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Mapped Atmosphere-Plant-Soil System Study
Personnel: Ron Neilson Curriculum Vitae
RONALD P. NEILSON
BioClimatologist, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
Selected Relevant Publications:
Bachelet,D., J.M.Lenihan, C.Daly, R.P.Neilson, D.S.Ojima, and W.J.Parton. 2001. MC1: A dynamic vegetation model for estimating the distribution of vegetation and associated ecosystem fluxes of carbon, nutrients and water. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, PNW-GTR-508 1-95.
Bachelet,D., R.P.Neilson, J.M.Lenihan, and R.J.Drapek. 2001. Climate Change Effects on Vegetation Distribution and Carbon Budget in the U.S. Ecosystems 4:164-185.
Daly, C., D. Bachelet, J.M. Lenihan and R.P. Neilson. 2000. Dynamic simulation of tree-grass interactions for global change studies. Ecological Applications 10:449-469.
Hansen,A.J., R.P.Neilson, V.Dale, C.Flather, L.Iverson, D.J.Currie, S.Shafer, R.Cook, and P.J.Bartlein. 2001. Global change in forests: responses of species, communities, and biomes. BioScience 51:765-779.
Joyce,L., J.Aber, S.McNulty, V.Dale, A.Hansen, L.Irland, R.Neilson, and K.Skog. 2001. Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change for the Forests of the United States. Pages 489-522 in J.Melillo, A.Janetos, T.Karl, E.Barron, V.Burkett, T.Cecich, R.Corell, K.Jacobs, L.Joyce, B.Miller, M.Morgan, E.Parson, R.Richels, and D.Schimel, editors. Climate Change Impacts on the United States: Foundation. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Lenihan J.M., C. Daly, D. Bachelet and R.P. Neilson. 1998. Simulating broad-scale fire severity in a dynamic global vegetation model. Northwest Science 72(2):91-103.
Neilson,R. 2003. The Importance of Precipitation Seasonality in Controlling Vegetation Distribution. J.Weltzin and G.McPherson, editors. Precipitation and Terrestrial Ecosystems. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. Pp. 47-71.
Neilson, R.P. 1995. A model for predicting continental scale vegetation distribution and water balance. Ecological Applications 5:362-385.
Neilson, R.P and R.J. Drapek. 1998. Potentially Complex Biosphere Responses to Transient Global Warming. Global Change Biology 4: 505-521.
Neilson, R.P. and S.W. Running. 1996. Global dynamic vegetation modelling: coupling biogeochemistry and biogeography models. Pages 451-465 in B. Walker and W. Steffen, editors. Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Neilson, R.P. and D. Marks. 1994. A global perspective of regional vegetation and hydrologic sensitivities and risks from climatic change. Journal of Vegetation Science 5:715-730.
Neilson, R.P., I.C. Prentice, B. Smith et. al. 1998. Annex C. Simulated Changes in Vegetation Distribution under Global Warming, Pages 439-456, in: Watson, R.T., M.C. Zinyowera, and R.H. Moss, eds., IPCC, Special Report on Regional Climate Impacts. Contribution of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
VEMAP Members. 1995. Vegetation/Ecosystem Modeling and Analysis Project (VEMAP): Comparing Biogeography and Biogeochemistry Models in a Continental-Scale Study of Terrestrial Ecosystem Responses to Climate Change and CO2 Doubling. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 9(4):407-437.
US Forest Service - Pacific Northwest Research Station, Mapped
Atmosphere-Plant-Soil System Study