Alaska Geobotany Center Library

Journal Articles and Books

  1. 2022

    1. Bergstedt, H., Jones, B.M., Walker, D.A., Peirce, J., Bartsch, A., Pointner, G., Kanevskiy, M., Raynolds, M. and Buchhorn, M. 2022. Quantifying the spatial and temporal influence of infrastructure on seasonal snowmelt timing and its influence on vegetation productivity and early season surface water cover in the Prudhoe Bay Oilfield. Arctic Science, Submitted.
    2. Kanevskiy, M., Shur, Y., Walker, D.A., Jorgenson, M.T., Raynolds, M., Peirce, J., Jones, B., Buchhorn, M., Matyshak, G., Bergstedt, H., Breen, A., Connor, B., Daanen, R., Liljedahl, A., Romanovsky, V. and Watson-Cook, E. 2022. The shifting mosaic of ice-wedge degradation and stabilization in response to infrastructure and climate change, Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, Alaska. Arctic Science, Just-IN 3 February 2022. doi:10.1139/as-2021-0024(Open Access)
    3. Liew, M., Ji, X., J., Xiao, M., Farquharson, L., Nicolsky, D., Romanovsky, V., Bray, M., Zhang, X. and McComb, C. 2022. Synthesis of physical processes of permafrost degradation and geophysical and geomechanical properties of permafrost. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 198:103522. doi:10.1016/j.coldregions.2022.103522
    4. Liew, M., Xiao, M., farguharson, L., Nicolsky, D., Jensen, A., Romanovsky, V., Peirce, J., Alessa, L., McComb, C., Zhang, X. and Jones, B. 2022. Understanding Effects of Permafrost Degradation and Coastal Erosion on Civil Infrastructure in Arctic Coastal Villages: A Community Survey and Knowledge Co-Production. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 10:422. doi:10.3390/jmse10030422(Open Access)
    5. Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Kanevskiy, Shur, Y., Romanovsky, V.E., Jones, B.M., Buchhorn, M., Jorgenson, M.T., Sibik, J., Breen, A.L., Kade, A., Watson-Cook, E., Matyshak, G., Bergstedt, H., Liljedahl, A., Daanen, R., Connor, B., Nicolsky, D. and Peirce, J.L. 2022. Cumulative impacts of a gravel road and climate change in an ice-wedge polygon landscape, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Arctic Science, Just-IN 2 March 2022. doi:10.1139/as-2021-0014(Open Access)
  1. 2021

    1. Bartsch, A., Pointner, G., Nitze, I., Efimova, A., Jakober, D., Ley, S., Högström, E.,, Grosse, G., and Schweitzer, P. 2021. Expanding infrastructure and growing anthropogenic impacts along Arctic coasts. Environmental Research Letters, 16:115013. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ac3176
    2. Bhatt, U.S., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Walsh, J.E., Bieniek, P.A., Cai, L., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Frost, G.V., Gersten, R., Hendricks, A.S., Pinzon, J.E., Stock, L. and Tucker, C. 2021. Climate drivers of Arctic tundra variability and change using an indicators framework. Environmental Research Letters, 16:055019. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/abe676
    3. Crump, S.E., Frechette, B., Power, M., Raynolds, M.K., Raberg, J.H., Briner, J.P., Thomas, E.K. & (...) Miller, G.H. 2021. Ancient plant DNA reveals High Arctic greening during the Last Interglacial. PNAS, 118:e2019069118. doi:10.1073/pnas.2019069118
    4. Frost, G.V., Bhatt, U.S., Epstein, H.E., Myers-Smith, I., Phoenix, G.K., Berner, L.T., Bjerke, J.W., Forbes, B.C., Goetz, S.J., Kerby, J.T., Macander, M.J., Park, T., Raynolds, M.K., Tømmervik, H. and Walker, D.A. 2021. Tundra greenness. In: R.L. Thoman, J. Richter-Menge, and M.L. Druckenmiller (eds.), Arctic Report Card 2020, pp. 68-78. doi:10.25923/46rm-0w23 (Website)
    5. Frost, G.V., Macander, M.J., Bhatt, U.S., Epstein, H.E., Berner, L.T., Bjerke, J.W., Forbes, B.C., Goetz, S.J., Lara, M.J., Park, T., Phoenix, G.K., Raynolds, M.K., Tømmervik, H. and Walker, D. A. 2021. Tundra greenness [in "State of the Climate in 2020"]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 102(8):S297-S299. doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-21-0086.1
    6. Kanevskiy, M., Shur, Y., Bigelow, N.H., Bjella, K.L., Douglas, T.A., Jones, B.M., Jorgenson, M.T. and Fortier, D. 2021. Yedoma cryostratigraphy of recently excavated sections of the CRREL Permafrost Tunnel near Fairbanks, Alaska. Frontiers in Earth Science, submitted.
    7. Schneider von Deimling, T., Lee, H., Ingeman-Nielsen, T., Westermann, S., Romanovsky, V., Lamoureux, S., Walker, D.A., Chadburn, S., Trochim, E., Cai, L., Nitzbon, J., Jacobi, S. and Langer, M. 2021. Consequences of permafrost degradation for Arctic infrastructure - bridging the model gap between regional and engineering scales. The Cryosphere, 15:2451-2471. doi:10.5194/tc-15-2451-2021
    8. Shur, Y., Fortier, D., Jorgenson, T., Kanevskiy, M., Schirrmeister, L., Strauss, J., Vasiliev, A. and Ward Jones, M. 2021. Yedoma Permafrost Genesis: More than 150 Years of Mystery and Controversy. Frontiers in Earth Science, submitted.
  1. 2020

    1. Beamish, A., Raynolds, M.K., Epstein, H., Frost, G.V., Macander, M.J., Bergstedt, H., Bartsch, A., Kruse, S., Miles, V. & (...) Wagner, J. 2020. Recent trends and remaining challenges for optical remote sensing of Arctic tundra vegetation: A review and outlook. Remote Sensing of Environment, 246:111872. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2020.111872
    2. Frost, G.V., Bhatt, U.S., Epstein, H.E., Berner, L.T., Bjerke, J.W., Forbes, B.C., Goetz, S.J., Lara, M.J., Macander, M.J., Phoenix, G.K., Raynolds, M.K., Tømmervik, H. and Walker, D.A. 2020. Tundra greenness [in "State of the Climate in 2019"]. In: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 101(8):S272-S274. doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-20-0086.1
    3. Raynolds, M.K., Jorgenson, J.C., Jorgenson, M.T., Kanevskiy, M., Liljedahl, A.K., Nolan, M., Sturm, M. and Walker, D.A. 2020. Landscape impacts of 3D-seismic surveys in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. Ecological Applications, 30(7):e02143. doi:10.1002/eap.2143
  1. 2019

    1. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Balser, A., Bay, C., Campbell, M., Cherosov, M.M., Daniëls, F.J.A., Eidesen, P.B., Ermokhina, K.A., Frost, G.V., et al. 2019. A raster version of the Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map (CAVM). Remote Sensing of Environment, 232:111297. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2019.111297
    2. Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E., Sibik, J., Bhatt, U., Romanovsky, V.E., Breen, A.L., et al. 2019. Vegetation on mesic loamy and sandy soils along a 1700-km maritime Eurasia Arctic Transect. Applied Vegetation Science, 2019; 22:150-167. doi:1111/avsc.12401 (PDF)
  1. 2018

    1. Frost, G.V., Epstein H.E., Walker, D.A., Matyshak G., & Ermokhina, K. 2018. Seasonal and Long-Term Changes to Active-Layer Temperatures after Tall Shrubland Expansion and Succession in Arctic Tundra. Ecosystems, 21:507-520. doi:10.1007/s10021-017-0165-5
    2. Reichle, L.M., Epstein, H.E., Bhatt, U.S., Raynolds, M.K. and Walker, D.A. 2018. Spatial Heterogeneity of the Temporal Dynamics of Arctic Tundra Vegetation. Geophysical Research Letters, 45:9206-9215. doi:10.1029/2018GL078820
    3. Walker, D.A., Daniëls, F.J.A., Matveyeva, N.V., Sibik, J., Walker, M.D., Breen, A.L., Druckenmiller, L.A., Raynolds, M.K. & (...) Wirth, L.M. 2018. Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Classification. Phytocoenologia, 48:181-201. doi:10.1127/phyto/2017/0192(Open Access) (PDF)
    4. Walker, D.A., Shur, Y., Kanevskiy, M., Raynolds, M., Kofinas, G., Romanovsky, V., et al. 2018. Cumulative effects of oilfield infrastructure and climate change in the Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, Alaska, illustrate the need for an international strategy to address rapid arctic transitions due to infrastructure and climate. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, submitted.
  1. 2017

    1. Bhatt, U.S., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Bieniek, P.A., Epstein, H.E., Comiso, J.C., Pinzon, J.E., Tucker, C.J., Steele, M.A., Ermold, W. and Zhang, J. 2017. Changing seasonality of Pan-Arctic tundra vegetation in relation to climatic variables. Environmental Research Letters, 12:055003. doi:1088/1748-9326/aa6b0b
    2. Bratsch, S.N., Epstein, H.E., Buchhorn, M., Walker, D.A. and Landes, H.A. 2017. Relationships between hyperspectral data and components of vegetation biomass in Low Arctic tundra communities at Ivotuk, Alaska. Environmental Research Letters, 12:025003.
    3. Epstein, H.E., Bhatt, U.S., Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Forbes, B.C., Horstkotte, T., Macias-Fauria, M., Martin, A., Phoenix, G., Bjerke, J., Tømmervik, Hl, Fauchald, P., Vickers, H., Myneni, R. and Dickerson, C. 2017. Tundra Greenness. In: Arctic Report Card 2017. (Website)
    4. Frost, G.V., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A., Matyshak, G. and Ermokhina, K. 2017. Seasonal and long-term changes to active-layer temperatures after tall shrubland expansion and succession in arctic tundra. Ecosystems, 16, 1296. doi:1007/s10021-017-0165-5
    5. Kanevskiy, M., Shur, Y., Jorgensen, T., Brown, D.R.N., Moskalenko, N., Brown, J., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K. & Buchhorn, M. 2017. Degradation and stabilization of ice wedges: Implications for assessing risk of thermokarst in northern Alaska. Geomorphology, 297:20-42. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.09.001
    6. Mård, J., Box, J.E., Brown, R., Mack, M., Mernild, S.H., Walker, D. and Walsh, J. 2017. Cross-cutting scientific issues. In: AMAP (Ed.), Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA) 2017. Oslo, Norway: Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), pp. 231-256. (Website)
    7. Romanovsky, V., Isaksen, K., Drozdov, D., Anisimov, O., Instanes, A., Leibman, M., et al. 2017. Changing permafrost and its impacts. In: AMAP (Ed.), Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA) 2018. Oslo, Norway: Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), pp. 65-102. (Website)
    8. Romanovsky, V.E., Smith, S.L., Shiklomanov, N.I., Streletskiy, D.A., Isaksen, K., Kholodov, A.L., Christiansen, H.H., Drozdov, D.S., Malkova, G.V. and Marchenko, S.S. 2017. [The Arctic] Terrestrial Permafrost [in State of the Climate in 2016]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 98:S147-S151. (Website)
    9. Yu, Q., Epstein, H., Engstrom, R. and Walker, D. 2017. Circumpolar arctic tundra biomass and productivity dynamics in response to projected climate change and herbivory. Global Change Biology, 23:3895–3907. doi:1111/gcb.13632
  1. 2016

    1. Bratsch, S.N., Epstein, H.E., Buchhorn, M. and Walker, D.A. 2016. Differentiating among Four Arctic Tundra Plant Communities at Ivotuk, Alaska Using Field Spectroscopy. Remote Sensing, 8(1):51. doi:10.3390/rs8010051
    2. Frost, G.V., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A. and Matyshak, G. 2016. Changes to active-layer temperature after tall shrub expansion in arctic tundra. Ecosystems, in prep.
    3. Grosse, G., Goetz, S., McGuire, A., Romanovsky, V. and Schuur, E. 2016. Review and synthesis: Changing permafrost in a warming world and feedbacks to the earth system. Environmental Research Letters, 11(4):040201. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/4/040201
    4. Kanevskiy, M., Shur, Y., Strauss, J., Jorgenson, M.T., Fortier, D., Stephani, E. and Vasiliev, A. 2016. Patterns and rates of riverbank erosion involving ice-rich permafrost (yedoma) in northern Alaska. Geomorphology, 253:370-384. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.10.023
    5. Khomutov, A., Dvornikov, Y., Gubarkov, A. and Mullanurov, D. 2016. Activation of thermal denudation under recent climatic fluctuations, Central Yamal, Russia. Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2016.
    6. Leibman, M., Kizyakov, A., Khomutov, A., Dvornikov Y., Streletskaya I. and Gubarkov, A. 2016. Gas-emission crater in Central Yamal, West Siberia, Russia, a new permafrost feature. Geophysical Research Abstracts. EGU General Assembly 2016.
    7. Liljedahl A.K., Boike, J., Daanen, R.P., Fedorov, A.N., Frost, G.V., Grosse, G., Hinzman, L.D., Iijma, Y., Jorgenson, J.C., Matveyeva, N., Necsoiu, M., Raynolds, M.K., Romanovsky, V.E., Jörg Schulla, Tape, K.D., Walker, D.A., Wilson, C.J., Yabuki, H. and Zona, D. 2016. Pan-Arctic ice-wedge degradation in warming permafrost and its influence on tundra hydrology. Nature Geoscience, 9:312-318. doi:10.1038/NGEO2674
    8. Raynolds, M.K. and Walker, D.A. 2016. Increased wetness confounds Landsat-derived NDVI trends in the central Alaska North Slope region, 1985–2011. Environmental Research Letters, 11:085004. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/8/085004
    9. Walker, D.A., Daniëls, F.J.A., Alsos, I., Bhatt, U.S., Breen, A.L., Buchhorn, M., Bültmann, H., Druckenmiller, L.A., Edwards, M.E., Ehrich, D., Epstein, H.E., Gould, W.A., Ims, R.A., Meltofte, H., Raynolds, M.K., Sibik, J., Talbot, S.S. and Webber, P.J. 2016. Circumpolar arctic vegetation: A hierarchic review and roadmap toward an internationally consistent approach to survey, archive and classify tundra plot data. Environmental Research Letters, 11:055005. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/5/055005
  1. 2015

    1. Bieniek, P.A, Bhatt, U.S., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Pinzon, J.E., Tucker, C.J., Thoman, R.L. & (...) Ermold, W. 2015. Climate drivers linked to changing seasonality of Alaska coastal tundra vegetation productivity. Earth Interactions, 19:1-29. doi:1175/EI-D-15-0013.1
    2. De Cáceres, M., Chytrý, M., Agrillo, E., Attorre, F., Botta-Dukát, Z., Capelo, J., Czúcz, B., Dengler, J., Ewald, J., Faber-Langendoen, D., Feoli, E., Franklin, S.B., Gavilán, R., Gillet, F., Jansen, F., Jiménez-Alfaro, B., Krestov, P., Landucci, F., Lengyel, A., Loidi, J., Mucina, L., Peet, R.K., Roberts, D.W., Role?ek, J., Schaminée, J.H.J., Schmidtlein, S., Theurillat, J.-P., Tichý, L., Walker, D.A., Wildi, O., Willner, W., Wiser, S.K. 2015. A comparative framework for broad-scale plot-based vegetation classification. Applied Vegetation Science, 18:543-560. doi:10.1111/avsc.12179
    3. Dvornikov, Yu. A., Khomutov, A. V., Mullanurov, D. R., Ermokhina, K. A., Gubarkov, A. A., Leibman, M. O. 2015. GIS- and field data based modeling of snow water equivalent in shrub tundra. Fennia, 193:2.
    4. Epstein, H.E., Bhatt, U.S., Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Bieniek, P.A., Tucker, C.J., Pinzon, J., Myers-Smith, I.H., Forbes, B.C., Macias-Fauria, M., Boelman, N.T. and Sweet, S.K. 2015. Tundra Greenness. In: Arctic Report Card 2015. (Website)
    5. Epstein, H.E., Frost, G.V., Walker, D.A. and R. Kwok, R. 2015. [The Arctic] Declassified high-resolution visible imagery for observing the Arctic [in "State of the Climate in 2014"]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 96:S142-S143. doi:10.1175/2013BAMSStateoftheClimate.1
    6. Jorgenson, T., Kanevskiy, M.Z., Shur, Y., Moskalenko, N.G., Brown, D.R.N., Wickland, K., Striegl, R. and Koch, J. 2015. Ground ice dynamics and ecological feedbacks control ice-wedge degradation and stabilization. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 120(11):2280-2297. doi:1002/2015JF003602
    7. Khitun, O., Ermokhina, K., Czernyadjeva, I., Leibman, M.O. and Khomutov, A. 2015. Floristic complexes on landslides of different age in Central Yamal, West Siberian Low Arctic, Russia. Fennia, 193:31–52.
    8. Koven, C. D., Schuur, E. A. G., Schädel, C., Bohn, T., Burke, E.J., Chen, G., Chen, X., Ciais, P., Grosse, G., Harden, J. W., Hayes, D. J., Hugelius, G., Jafarov, E. E., Krinner, G., Kuhry, P., Lawrence, D. M., MacDougall, A. H., Marchenko, S. S., McGuire, A. D., Natali, S. M., Nicolsky, D. J., Olefeldt, D., Peng, S., Romanovsky, V. E., Schaefer, K. M., Strauss, J., Treat, C. and Turetsky, M. 2015. A simplified, data-constrained approach to estimate the permafrost carbon-climate feedback. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 373:20140423. doi:10.1098/rsta.2014.0423
    9. Matyshak, G.V., Goncharova, O.Y., Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E., Moskalenko, N.G., and Shur, Y. 2015. Contrasting soil thermal regimes in the forest-tundra transition near Nadym, West Siberia, Russia. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 10.1002/ppp.1882.
    10. Muskett, R., Romanovsky, V., Cable, W. and Kholodov, A. 2015. Active-layer soil moisture content regional variations in Alaska and Russia by ground-based and satellite-based methods, 2002 through 2014. International Journal of Geosciences, 6(1):12-41. doi:10.4236/ijg.2015.61002
    11. Myers-Smith, I.H., Elmendorf, S., Beck, P., Wilmking, M., Hallinger, M., Blok, D., Tape, K.D., Rayback, S.A., Macias-Fauria, M., Forbes, B.C., Speed, J.D.M., Boulanger-Lapointe, N., Rixen, C., Levesque, E., Schmidt, N.M., Baittinger, C., Trant, A., Dawes, M., Lantz, T., Weijers, S., Jørgensen, R.H., Buchwal, A., Buras, A., Naito, A., Ravolainen, V., Schaepman-Strub, G., Wheeler, J., Wipf, S., Hik, D., Guay, K and Vellend, M. 2015. Climate sensitivity of shrub growth across the tundra biome. Nature Climate Change, 5:887–891. doi:10.1038/NCLIMATE2697
    12. Noetzli, J., Christiansen, H. H., Romanovsky, V.E., Shiklomanov, N.I., Smith, S.L., Vieira, G. and Zhao, L. 2015. [Global Climate] Cryosphere, permafrost thermal state [in “State of the Climate in 2014”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 96(7):S17-S18. doi:10.1175/2015BAMSStateoftheClimate.1
    13. Raynolds, M.K., Magnússon, B., Metúsalemsson, S. and Magnússon, S.H. 2015. Warming, Sheep and Volcanoes: Land Cover Changes in Iceland Evident in Satellite NDVI Trends. Remote Sensing, 2015, 7(8), 9492-9506. doi:10.3390/rs70809492
    14. Romanovsky, V. E., Smith, S.L., Christiansen, H.H., Shiklomanov, N.I., Streletskiy, D.A., Drozdov, D.S., Malkova, G.V., Oberman, N.G., Kholodov, A. L. and Marchenko, S.S. 2015. [The Arctic] Terrestrial Permafrost [in "State of the Climate in 2014"]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 96(7):S139-S141. doi:10.1175/2015BAMSStateoftheClimate.1
    15. Yu, Q., Epstein, H. E., Engstrom, R., Shiklomanov, N. and Strelestskiy, D. 2015. Land cover and land use changes in the oil and gas regions of Northwestern Siberia under changing climatic conditions. Environmental Research Letters, 10(12):124020. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/10/12/124020
  1. 2014

    1. Bhatt, U.S., Walker, D.A., Walsh, J.E., Carmack, E.C., Frey, K.E., Meier, W.N., Moore, S.E., Parmentier, F.W., Post, E., Romanovsky, V.E. and Simpson, W.R. 2014. Implications of Arctic Sea Ice Decline for the Earth System. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 39:57-89. doi:10.1146/annurev-environ-122012-094357 (Supplemental Materials) (PDF)
    2. Breen, A.L., Murray, D.F., Raynolds, M.K., Timling, I. and Walker, D.A. 2014. Ecology and evolution of plants in arctic and alpine environments. In: N. Rajakaruna, R. Boyd and T. B. Harris (eds.), Plant Ecology and Evolution in Harsh Environments, pp. 149-177. Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers. (Website)
    3. Epstein, H.E., Bhatt, U.S., Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Bieniek, P.A., Tucker C.J., Pinzon, J., Zeng, H., Jia, G.J., Guay, K.C. and Goetz, S.J. 2014. Tundra Greenness. In: Arctic Report Card 2014. (Website)
    4. Frost, G. V., Epstein, H. E. and Walker, D. A. 2014. Regional and landscape-scale variability of Landsat-observed vegetation dynamics in northwest Siberian tundra. Environmental Research Letters, 9(2) 025004. doi:1088/1748-9326/9/2/025004
    5. Raynolds, M. K., Walker, D. A., Ambrosius, K. J., Brown, J., Everett, K. R., Kanevskiy, M., et al. 2014. Cumulative geoecological effects of 62 years of infrastructure and climate change in ice-rich permafrost landscapes, Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, Alaska. Global Change Biology, 20(4):1211-1224. doi:10.1111/gcb.12500
    6. Timling, I., Walker, D. A., Nusbaum, C., Lennon, N. J. and Taylor, D. L. 2014. Rich and cold: Diversity, distribution and drivers of fungal communities in patterned-ground ecosystems of the North American Arctic. Molecular Ecology, 23: 3258–3272. doi:1111/mec.12743
    7. Walker, D.A., Hamilton, T.D., Munger, C. and Maier, H.A. 2014. Glacial history and long-term ecology in the Toolik Lake region. In: J. Hobbie and G. Kling (eds.), A changing Arctic: Ecological consequence for tundra, streams and lakes, pp. 61-80. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  1. 2013

    1. Bhatt, U., Walker, D., Raynolds, M., Bieniek, P., Epstein, H., Comiso, J., et al. 2013. Recent Declines in Warming and Vegetation Greening Trends over Pan-Arctic Tundra. Remote Sensing, 5(9):4229-4254. doi:10.3390/rs5094229
    2. Epstein, H.E., Myers-Smith, I., & Walker, D.A. 2013. Recent dynamics of arctic and sub-arctic vegetation. Environmental Research Letters, 8(1), 015040. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/1/015040
    3. Frost, G. V., Epstein, H. E., Walker, D. A., Matyshak, G., & Ermokhina, K. 2013. Patterned-ground facilitates shrub expansion in Low Arctic tundra. Environmental Research Letters, 8(1), 015035. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/1/015035
    4. Ims, R.A., Ehrich, D., Forbes, B.C., Huntley, B., Walker, D.A., Wookey, P.A., Berteaux, D., Bhatt, U.S., Bråthen, K.A., Edwards, M.E., Epstein, H.E., Forchhammer, M.C., Fuglei, G. Gauthier, G. Gilbert, S., Leung, M., Menyushina, I.E., Ovsyanikov, N., Post, E., Raynolds, M.K., Reid, D.G., Schmidt, N.M., Stien, A., Sumina, O.I. and R. van der Wal 2013. Terrestrial ecosystems. In: H. Meltofte, A. B. Josefson, and D. Payer (eds.), Arctic Biodiversity Assessment: Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity (pp. 385-440), pp. 385-440. Akureyri, Iceland: Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF).
    5. Parmentier, F., Christensen, T.R., Sørensen, L.L., Rysgaard, S., McGuire, D., Miller, P.A. and Walker, D.A. 2013. The impact of lower sea-ice extent on Arctic greenhouse-gas exchange. Nature Climate Change, 3(3):195-202. doi:10.1038/nclimate1784
    6. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Verbyla, D. and Munger, C.A. 2013. Patterns of Change within a Tundra Landscape: 22-year Landsat NDVI Trends in an Area of the Northern Foothills of the Brooks Range, Alaska. Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (INSTAAR). University of Colorado. doi:10.1657/1938-4246-45.2.249 (PDF)
    7. Walker, D.A., Bay, C., Breen, A.L., Bültmann, H., Christiansen, T., Damgaard, C., Daniëls, F.J.A., Hennekens, S.M., Luoto, M., Pellisier, L., Peet, R.K., Schmidt, N.-M., Yoccoz, N.G., Wisz, M.S. 2013. Rescuing valuable Arctic vegetation data for biodiversity and ecosystem models: CBIO-NET—IAVD workshop, Roskilde, Denmark, 29-31 May 2012. Arctic, 68(1):133-138. (PDF)
  1. 2012

    1. Chytrý, M. 2012. Vegetation of the Czech Republic: diversity, ecology, history and dynamics. Preslia, 84:427-504. (PDF)
    2. Epstein, H.E., Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Bhatt, U.S., Tucker, C.J., Pinzon, J.E. 2012. Dynamics of aboveground phytomass of the circumpolar arctic tundra during the past three decades. Environmental Research Letters, 7(1):12. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/1/015506 (PDF)
    3. Kelley, A.M., Epstein, H.E., Ping, C.-L., Walker, D.A. 2012. Soil nitrogen transformations associated with small patterned-ground features along a North American Arctic transect. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 23:196-206. doi:10.1002/ppp.1748 (PDF)
    4. Kent, M. 2012. Vegetation Description and Data Analysis: A Practical Approach. Wiley-Blackwell. New York. .
    5. Kumpula, T., Forbes, B.C., Stammler, F., Meschtyb, N. 2012. Dynamics of a Coupled System: Multi-Resolution Remote Sensing in Assessing Social-Ecological Responses during 25 Years of Gas Field Development in Arctic Russia. Remote Sensing: Human-Induced Global Change, 4(4):1046-1068. doi:10.3390/rs4041046 (PDF)
    6. Macias-Fauria, M., Forbes, B.C., Zetterberg, P. and Kumpula, T. 2012. Eurasian Arctic greening reveals teleconnections and the potential for novel ecosystems. Nature Climate Change. doi:10.1038/nclimate1558
    7. Masson-Delmotte, V., Swingedouw, D., Landais, A., Siedenkrantz, M.-S., Gauthier, E., Bichet, V., Massa, C., Perren, B., Jomelli, V., Adalgeirsdottir, G., Christensen, J., Arneborg, J., Bhatt, U.S., Walker, D.A., Elberling, B., Gillet-Chaulet, F., Ritz, C., Gallee, H., van den Broeke, M., Fettweis, X., de Vernal, A. 2012. Greenland climate change: from the past to the future. Climate Change, draft:(unk):45. doi:10.1002/wcc.186 (PDF)
    8. Michaelson, G.J., Ping, C.-L., Walker, D.A. 2012. Soils associated with biotic activity on frost boils in Arctic Alaska. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 76:2265. (PDF)
    9. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E., Pinzon, J.E., Tucker, C.J. 2012. A new estimate of tundra-biome phytomass from trans-Arctic field data and AVHRR NDVI. Remote Sensing Letters, 3:403-411. doi:10.1080/01431161.2011.609188 (PDF)
    10. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Verbyla, D., Munger, C.A. 2012. Patterns of change within a tundra landscape: 22-year Landsat NDVI trends in an area of the northern foothills of the Brooks Range, Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research.
    11. Timling, I. and Taylor, D.L. 2012. Peeking through a frosty window: molecular insights into the ecology of Arctic soil fungi. Fungal Ecology, 5(4):419-429. (PDF)
    12. Timling, I., Walker, D.A., Gardes, M., Charcosset, J.Y., Welker, J.A., Taylor, D.L. 2012. Distribution and drivers of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities across the North American Arctic. Ecosphere, 3:1-25. (PDF)
    13. Walker, D.A., Bhatt, U.S., Epstein, H.E., Bieniek, P.A., Comiso, J.C., Frost, G.V., Pinzon, J., Raynolds, M.K., Tucker, C.J. 2012. [The Arctic] Changing Arctic tundra vegetation biomass and greenness [in "State of the Climate in 2011"]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 93(7):S138-139. doi:10.1175/2012BAMSStateoftheClimate.1 (PDF)
    14. Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E., Raynolds, M.K., Kuss, P., Kopecky, M.A., Frost, G.V., Daniëls, F.J.A., Leibman, M.O., Moskalenko, N.G., Matyshak, G.V., Khitun, O.V., Khomutov, A.V., Forbes, B.C., Bhatt, U.S., Kade, A.N., Vonlanthen, C.M., Tichy, L. 2012. Environment, vegetation and greenness (NDVI) along the North America and Eurasia Arctic transects. Environmental Research Letters, 7(1). doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/1/015504 (PDF)
    15. Wilson, J.B., Chiarucci, A., Chytrý, M., Pärtel, M. 2012. Editors' Award, vegetation survey, remote sensing and restoration. Applied Vegetation Science, 15:(1-3). doi:10.1111/j.1654-109X.2011.01170.x (PDF)
  1. 2011

    1. Blinnikov, M.S., Gaglioti, B., Walker, D.A., Wooler, M.J., Zazula, G.D. 2011. Pleistocene graminoid-dominated ecosystems in the Arctic. Quaternary Science Reviews, 30:2906-2929. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.07.002 (PDF)
    2. Callaghan, T.V., Johansson, M., Brown, R.D., Groisman, P.Y., Labba, N., Radionov, V., Barry, R.G., Bulygina, O.N., Essery, R.L.H., Frolov, D.M., Golubev, V.N., Grenfell, T.C., Petrushina, M.N., Razuvaez, V.N., Robinson, D.A., Romanov, P., Shindell, D., Shmakin, A.B., Sokratov, S.A., Warren, S., Yang, D. 2011. The Changing Face of Arctic Snow Cover: A Synthesis of Observed and Projected Changes. Ambio, (40):17-31. doi:-011-0212-y (PDF)
    3. Ehrich, D., Henden, J.-A., Ims, R.A., Doronina, L.O., Killengren, S.T., Lecomte, N., Pokrovsky, I.G., Skogstad, G., Sokolov, A.A., Sokolov, V.A., Yoccoz, N.G. 2011. The importance of willow thickets for ptarmigan and hares in shrub tundra: the more the better?. Oecologia, (168):141-151. doi:-011-2059-0 (PDF)
    4. Elmendorf, S.C., Henry, G.H.R., Hollister, R.D., Björk, R.G., Bjorkman, A.D., Callaghan, T.V., Collier, L.S., Cooper, E.J., Cornelissen, J.H.C., Day, T.A., Fosaa, A.M., Gould, W.A., Grétarsdóttir, J., Harte, J., Hermanutz, L., Hik, D.S., Hofgaard, A., Jarrad, F., Jónsdóttir, I.S., Keuper, F., Klanderud, K., Klein, J.A., Koh, S., Kudo, G., Lang, S.I., Loewen, V., May, J.L., Mercado, J., Michelsen, A., Molau, U., Myers-Smith, I.H., Oberbauer, S.F., Pieper, S., Post, E., Rixen, C., Robinson, C.H., 2011. Global assessment of experimental climate warming on tundra vegetation: heterogeneity over space and time. Ecology Letters, 15:164-175. doi:1-0248.2011.01716.x (PDF)
    5. Goetz, S.J., Epstein, H.E., Alcaraz, J.D., Beck, P.S.A., Bhatt, U.S., Bunn, A., Comiso, J.C., Jia, G.J., Kaplan, J.O., Lilschke, H., Lloyd, A., Walker, D.A., Yu, Q. 2011. Recent changes in Arctic vegetation: Satellite observations and simulation model predictions. In: G. Gutman and A. Reissell (eds.), Eurasian Arctic Land Cover and Land Use in a Changing Climate, pp. 9-36. Springer: New York, NY. (PDF)
    6. Kumpula, T., Pajunen, A., Kaarlejärvi, E., Forbes, B.C., Stammler, F. 2011. Land use and land cover change in Arctic Russia: Ecological and social implications of industrial development. Global Environ. Change. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2010.12.010 (PDF)
    7. Leibman, M.O., Moskalenko, N.G., Orekov, P.T., Khomutov, A.V., Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E. 2011. Interaction of cryogenic and biotic components in cryolithozone of the West Siberia along the Yamal transect. In: Polar cryosphere and hydrosphere of the Land.
    8. Tichý, L., Holt, J., Nejezchlebová, M. 2011. JUICE program for management, analysis and classification of ecological data. Vegetation Science Group, Masaryk University. Brno. . (2nd Edition of the Program Manual)
    9. Walker, D.A., Bhatt, U.S., Callaghan, T.V., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Forbes, B.C., Gill, M., Gould, W.A., Henry, G.H.R., Jia, G.J., Kokelj, S.V., Lantz, T.C., Oberbauer, S.F., Pinzon, J.E., Raynolds, M.K., Shaver, G.R., Tucker, C.J., Tweedie, C.E., Webber, P.J. 2011. [The Arctic] Land: Vegetation [in "State of the Climate in 2010"]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 92:S150-S152. doi:10.1175/1520-0477-92.6.S1 (Website)
    10. Walker, D.A., Bhatt, U.S., Callaghan, T.V., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Forbes, B.C., Gill, M., Gould, W.A., Henry, G.H.R., Jia, G.J., Kokelj, S.V., Lantz, T.C., Oberbauer, S.F., Pinzon, J.E., Raynolds, M.K., Shaver, G.R., Tucker, C.J., Tweedie, C.E., Webber, P.J. 2011. Vegetation. In: J. Richter-Menge, M.O. Jeffries and J.E. Overland (eds.), Arctic Report Card 2011. NOAA Arctic Research Program. (Website) (PDF)
    11. Walker, D.A., Forbes, B.C., Leibman, M.O., Epstein, H.E., Bhatt, U.S., Comiso, J.C., Drozdov, D.S., Gubarkov, A.A., Jia, G.J., Karlejaärvi, E., Kaplan, J.O., Khumutov, V., Kofinas, G.P., Kumpula, T., Kuss, P., Moskalenko, N.G., Raynolds, M.K., Romanovsky, V.E., Stammler, F. and Yu, Q. 2011. Cumulative effects of rapid land-cover and land-use changes on the Yamal Peninsula, Russia. In: G. Gutman and A. Reissel (eds.), Eurasian Arctic Land Cover and Land Use in a Changing Climate, pp. 206-236. Springer: New York, NY. doi:10.1007/978-90-481-9118-5_9 (PDF)
    12. Walker, D.A., Kuss, H.P., Epstein, H.E., Kade, A.N., Vonlanthen, C., Raynolds, M.K., Daniëls, F.J.A. 2011. Vegetation of zonal patterned-ground ecosystems along the North American Arctic Transect. Applied Vegetation Science, 14:440-463. (PDF)
    13. Yu, Q., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A., Frost, G.V., Forbes, B. 2011. Modeling dynamics of tundra plant communities on the Yamal Peninsula, Russia, in response to climate change and grazing pressure. Environmental Research Letters, 6(4). doi:10.1088/1748-9326/6/4/045505 (PDF)
  1. 2010

    1. Alcaraz, J.D., Cabello, J., Epstein, H.E., Jia, G.J. 2010. Trends in the surface vegetation dynamics of the tundra and taiga network of protected areas in Eurasia as observed by satellite sensors. (in prep).
    2. Bhatt, U.S., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Jia, G.J., Gens, R., Pinzon, J.E., Tucker, C.J., Tweedie, C.E., Webber, P.J. 2010. Circumpolar Arctic tundra vegetation change is linked to sea-ice decline. Earth Interactions, 14:(8):1-20. (PDF)
    3. Forbes, B.C., Fauria, M.M., Zetterberg, P. 2010. Russian Arctic warming and 'greening' are closely tracked by tundra shrub willows. Global Change Biology, 1542-1554. (PDF)
    4. Gould, W.A., Gonzalez, G., Walker, D.A., Ping, C.L. 2010. Commentary. Integrating research, education, and traditional knowledge in ecology: a case study of biocomplexity in Arctic ecosystems. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 42:(4):379-384. (PDF)
    5. Kumpula, T., Forbes, B.C., Stammler, F. 2010. Remote sensing and local knowledge of hydrocarbon exploitation: the case of Bovanenkovo, Yamal Peninsula, West Siberia, Russia. Arctic, 63:(2):165-178.
    6. Tape, K.D., Lord, R., Marshall, H.-P., Ruess, R.W. 2010. Snow-mediated ptarmigan browsing and shrub expansion in arctic Alaska. Ecoscience, (17):186-193. doi:323 (PDF)
    7. Walker, D.A., Bhatt, U.S., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Gould, W.A., Henry, G.H.R., Jia, G.J., Kokelj, S.V., Lantz, T.C., Mercado-Diaz, J.A., Pinzon, J.E., Raynolds, M.K., Shaver, G.R., Tucker, C.J., Tweedie, C.E., Webber, P.J. 2010. [The Arctic] Land: Vegetation [in "State of the Climate in 2009"]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 91(7):S115-S116. doi:10.1175/BAMS-91-7-StateoftheClimate (Website) (PDF)
    8. Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Maier, H.A., Barbour, E.M., Neufeld, G.P. 2010. Circumpolar geobotanical mapping: a web-based plant-to-planet approach for vegetation-change analysis in the Arctic. Viten, 1:125-128. (Conference Website) (PDF)
    9. Walker, D.A., Walker, M.D., Gould, W.A., Mercado, J., Auerbach, N.A., Maier, H.A., Neufeld, G.P. 2010. Maps for monitoring changes to vegetation structure and composition: The Toolik and Imnavait Creek grid plots. Viten, 1:121-123. (Conference Website) (PDF)
  1. 2009

    1. Faber-Langendoen, D., Crawford, R.H., Tart, D.L. 2009. Contours of the revised U.S. national vegetation classification standard. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am., 90:87-93. doi:10.1890/0012-9623-90.1.87 (PDF)
    2. Fierze, C., Armstrong, R.L., Durand, Y., Etchevers, P., Greene, E., McClung, D.M., Nishimura, K., Satyawali, P.K., Sokratov, S.A. 2009. The International Classification for Seasonal Snow on the Ground. UNESCO-IHP. Paris. IHP-VII Technical Documents in Hydrology (No. 83, IACS Contribution No. 1). . (PDF)
    3. Forbes, B.C., Stammler, F., Kumpula, T., Meschtyb, N., Pajunen, A., Kaarlejärvi, E. 2009. High resilience in the Yamal-Nenets social-ecological system, West Siberian Arctic, Russia. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 106:(52):22041-22048. (PDF)
    4. Groisman, P.Y., Clark, E.A., Kattsov, V.M., Lettenmaier, D.P., Sokolik, I.N., Aizen, V.B., Cartus, O., Chen, J., Conard, S., Katzenberger, J., Krankina, O., Kukkonen, J., Machida, T., Maksyutov, S., Ojima, D., Qi, J., Romanovsky, V.E., Santoro, M., Schmullius, C.C., Shiklomanov, A.I., Shimoyama, K., Shugart, H.H., Shuman, J.K., Sofiev, M.A., Sukhinin, A.I., Vorosmarty, C., Walker, D.A., Wood, E.F. 2009. The Northern Eurasia Earth Science Partnership: An example of Science Applied to Societal Needs. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 90:671-688. doi:10.1175/2008BAMS2556.1 (PDF)
    5. Jennings, M.D., Faber-Langendoen, D., Loucks, O.L., Peet, R.K., Roberts, D. 2009. Standards for associations and alliances of the U.S. National Vegetation Classification. Ecological Monographs, 79:173-199.
    6. Jia, G.J., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A. 2009. Vegetation greening in the Canadian Arctic related to decadal warming. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 11:2231-2238. doi:10.1039/B911677J (Purchase PDF)
    7. Kataoka, M. 2009. ESRI Map Book, Volume 24. ESRI Press. Redlands, CA. 24(24). 120 . (ESRI Map Book, Volume 24: Vegetation in the Vicinity of the Toolik Field Station, Alaska; Alaska Geobotany Center) (PDF)
    8. Kelley, A.M., Epstein, H.E. 2009. Effects of nitrogen fertilization on plant communities of nonsorted circles in moist nonacidic tundra, Northern Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 41(1):119-127. doi:10.1657/1523-0430-41.1.119 (BioOne online article) (PDF)
    9. Ravilious, K. 2009. Siberia's Arctic landscape is getting greener. Environmental Research Web. (Environmental Research Web)
    10. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A. 2009. Effects of deglaciation on circumpolar distribution of arctic vegetation. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 35:(2):118-129. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    11. Walker, D.A., Bhatt, U.S., Raynolds, M.K., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Jia, G.J. 2009. [The Arctic] Land: Vegetation [in "State of the Climate in 2008"]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 90(8):S104-S105. doi:10.1175/BAMS-90-8-StateoftheClimate (Website) (PDF)
    12. Walker, D.A., Bhatt, U.S., Raynolds, M.K., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Jia, G.J., Pinzon, J.E., Tucker, C.J. 2009. Vegetation. In: J. Richter-Menge, M.O. Jeffries and J.E. Overland (eds.), Arctic Report Card 2008. NOAA Arctic Research Program. (Website) (PDF)
    13. Walker, D.A., Hamilton, T.D., Ping, C.-L., Daanen, R.P., Streever, W.W. 2009. Dalton Highway Field Trip Guide for the Ninth International Conference on Permafrost. Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys. Fairbanks, AK. 9. 117 . (Print copy) (PDF)
    14. Walker, D.A., Leibman, M.O., Epstein, H.E., Forbes, B.C., Bhatt, U.S., Raynolds, M.K., Comiso, J., Gubarkov, A.A., Khomutov, A.V., Jia, G.J., Kaarlejärvi, E., Kaplan, J.O., Kumpula, T., Kuss, H.P., Matyshak, G., Moskalenko, N.G., Orechov, P., Romanovsky, V.E., Ukraientseva, N.K., Yu, Q. 2009. Spatial and temporal patterns of greenness on the Yamal Peninsula, Russia: interactions of ecological and social factors affecting the Arctic normalized difference vegetation index. Environmental Research Letters, 4:16. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/4/4/045004 (PDF)
    15. Yu, Q., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A. 2009. Simulating soil organic nitrogen and grazing effects on arctic vegetation dynamics on the Yamal Peninsula, Russia. Environmental Research Letters, 4(4). doi:10.1088/1748-9326/4/4/045027 (PDF)
  1. 2008

    1. Borner, A.P., Kielland, K., Walker, M.D. 2008. Effects of simulated climate change on plant phenology and nitrogen mineralization in Alaskan arctic tundra. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 40:27-38. (PDF)
    2. Comiso, J.C., Nishio, F. 2008. Trends in the sea ice cover using enhanced and compatible AMSR-E,SSM/I, and SMMR data. Journal of Geophysical Research, 113:C02S07. doi:10.1029/2007JC004257 (PDF)
    3. Comiso, J.C., Parkinson, C.L., Gersten, R., Stock, L. 2008. Accelerated decline in the Arctic sea ice cover. Geophysical Research Letters, 35:L01703. doi:10.1029/2007GL031972 (Abstract) (PDF)
    4. Cook, B., Bonan, G., Levis, S., Epstein, H. 2008. Rapid vegetation responses and feedbacks amplify climate model response to snow cover changes. Climate Dynamics, 30(4):391-406. doi:10.1007/s00382-007-0296-z (PDF)
    5. Cook, B.I., Bonan, G.B., Levis, S., Epstein, H.E. 2008. The thermoinsulation effect of snow cover within a climate model. Climate Dynamics, 31(1):107-124. doi:10.1007/s00382-007-0341-y (PDF)
    6. Daanen, R.P., Misra, D., Epstein, H., Walker, D., Romanovsky, V. 2008. Simulating nonsorted circle development in arctic tundra ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:1-10. doi:10.1029/2008JG000682 (PDF)
    7. Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Jia, G.J., Kelley, A.M. 2008. Phytomass patterns across a temperature gradient of the North American arctic tundra. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:1-11. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    8. Federal Geographic Data Committee, F.G.D.C. 2008. National Vegetation Classification Standard, Version 2. U.S. Geological Survey. Reston, VA. 126. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    9. Kade, A., Walker, D.A. 2008. Experimental alteration of vegetation on nonsorted circles: effects on cryogenic activity and implications for climate change in the Arctic. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 40(1):96-103. doi:10.1657/1523-0430(06-029)[KADE]2.0.CO;2 (Abstract) (PDF)
    10. Michaelson, G.J., Ping, C.L., Epstein, H., Kimble, J.M., Walker, D.A. 2008. Soils and frost boil ecosystems across the North American Arctic Transect. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:G03S11, 10.1029/2007JG000672. doi:10.1029/2007JG000672 (Abstract) (PDF)
    11. Nicolsky, D.J., Romanovsky, V.E., Tipenko, G.S., Walker, D.A. 2008. Modeling biogeophysical interactions in nonsorted circles in the Low Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:1-17. doi:10.1029/2007JG000565 (Abstract) (PDF)
    12. Peterson, R.A., Krantz, W.B.a. 2008. Differential frost heave model for patterned ground formation: Corroboration with observations along a North American Arctic Transect. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:G03S04, 1-17. doi:10.1029/2007JG000559 (Abstract) (PDF)
    13. Ping, C.-L., Michaelson, G.J., Jorgenson, M.T., Kimble, J.M., Epstein, H., Romanovsky, V.E., Walker, D.A. 2008. High stocks of soil organic carbon in North American Arctic region. Nature Geoscience, 1:615-619. doi:10.1038/ngeo284 (Abstract) (PDF)
    14. Ping, C.-L., Michaelson, G.J., Kimble, J.M., Romanovsky, V.E., Shur, Y.L., Swanson, D.K., Walker, D.A. 2008. Cryogenesis and soil formation along a bioclimate gradient in Arctic North America. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:G03S12. doi:10.1029/2008JG000744 (PDF)
    15. Raynolds, M.K., Comiso, J.C., Walker, D.A., Verbyla, D. 2008. Relationship between satellite-derived land surface temperatures, arctic vegetation types, and NDVI. Remote Sensing of Environment, 112(4):1884-1894. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2007.09.008 (PDF)
    16. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Munger, C.A., Vonlanthen, C.M., Kade, A.N. 2008. A map analysis of patterned-ground along a North American Arctic Transect. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:1-18. doi:10.1029/2007JG000512 (Abstract) (PDF)
    17. Vonlanthen, C.M., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Kade, A., Kuss, H.P., Daniëls, F.J.A., Matveyeva, N.V. 2008. Patterned-ground plant communities along a bioclimate gradient in the High Arctic, Canada. Phytocoenologia, 38:23-63. doi:10.1127/0340-269X/2008/0038-0023 (Abstract) (PDF)
    18. Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E., Romanovsky, V.E., Ping, C.L., Michaelson, G.J., Daanen, R.P., Shur, Y., Peterson, R.A., Krantz, W.B., Raynolds, M.K., Gould, W.A., Gonzalez, G., Nicolsky, D.J., Vonlanthen, C.M., Kade, A.N., Kuss, P., Kelley, A.M., Munger, C.A., Tarnocai, C.T., Matveyeva, N.V., Daniëls, F.J.A. 2008. Arctic patterned-ground ecosystems: A synthesis of field studies and models along a North American Arctic Transect. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:G03S01. doi:10.1029/2007JG000504 (PDF)
    19. Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E., Welker, J.M. 2008. Introduction to special section on Biocomplexity of Arctic Tundra Ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 113:G03S00. doi:10.1029/2008JG000740 (PDF)
    20. Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Gould, W.A. 2008. Fred Daniëls, Subzone A, and the North American Arctic Transect. Abhandlungen aus dem Westfälischen Museum für Naturkunde, 70:(3/4):387-400. (PDF)
  1. 2007

    1. Cook, B.I., Bonan, G.B., Levis, S., Epstein, H.E. 2007. Dynamic vegetation amplifies climate model response to snow cover changes. Climate Dynamics .
    2. Daanen, R., Misra, D., Epstein, H.E. 2007. Active-layer hydrology in nonsorted circle ecosystems of the arctic tundra. Vadose Zone Journal, 6(4):694-704.
    3. Daanen, R.P., Misra, D., Epstein, H.E. 2007. Active-layer hydrology in non-sorted circle ecosystems of the Arctic tundra. Vadose Zone Journal, 6:694-704. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    4. Epstein, H.E., Yu, Q., Kaplan, J.O., Lischke, H. 2007. Simulating future changes in arctic and subarctic vegetation. Computing in Science and Engineering, 9(4):12-23. doi:10.1109/MCSE.2007.84 (PDF)
    5. Walker, D.A. 2007. The Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map, the Alaska Arctic Tundra Vegetation Map, and the Arctic Geobotanical Atlas. Proceedings of the Fourth International CAFF Flora Group Workshop, 15:60-62. (CAFF Website) (PDF)
    6. van Bogaert, R., Walker, D.A., Jia, G.J., Grau, O., Hallinger, M., De Dapper, M., Jonasson, C. and Callaghan, T.V. 2007. Recent changes in vegetation. In: J. Richter-Menge, M.O. Jeffries and J.E. Overland (eds.), Arctic Report Card 2007. NOAA Arctic Research Program. (Website) (PDF)
  1. 2006

    1. Hollingsworth, T.N., Walker, M. D., Chapin III, F.S., Parsons, A.L. 2006. Scale-dependent environmental controls over species composition in Alaskan black spruce communities. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 36(7):1781-1796. (PDF)
    2. Jia, G.J., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A. 2006. Spatial heterogeneity of tundra vegetation response to recent temperature changes. Global Change Biology, 12:42-55. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2005.01079.x (PDF)
    3. Kade, A., Romanovsky, V.E., Walker, D.A. 2006. The N-factor of nonsorted circles along a climate gradient in Arctic Alaska. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 17(4):279-289. doi:10.1002/ppp.563 (PDF)
    4. Matveyeva, N.Y. 2006. Vegetation of the southern part of Bolshevik Island (Severnaya Zemlya Archipelago). Vegetation of Russia, 8:3-87.
    5. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Maier, H.A. 2006. NDVI patterns and phytomass distribution in the circumpolar Arctic. Remote Sensing of Environment, 102:271-281. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2006.02.016 (PDF)
    6. Richter-Menge, J., Overland, J., Proshutinsky, A., Romanovsky, V., Bengtsson, L., Brigham, L., Dyurgerov, M., Gascard, J.C., Gerland, S., Graversen, R., Hass, C., Karcher, M., Kuhry, P., Maslanik, J., Melling, H., Maslowski, W., Morison, J., Perovich, D., Przybylak, R., Rachold, V., Rigor, I., Shiklomanov, A., Stroeve, J., Walker, D., Walsh, J. 2006. State of the Arctic Report. NOAA/OAR/PMEL. Seattle, WA. NOAA OAR Special Report(2952). 36 . (State of the Arctic) (PDF)
    7. Sieg, B., Drees, B., Daniëls, F.J.A. 2006. Vegetation and altitudinal zonation in continental West Greenland. Meddelelser om Grønland, Bioscience, 57:1-93. (PDF)
    8. Walker, D.A., Hamilton, T.D., Walker, M.D., Balser, A.W., Maier, H.A., Munger, C.A. and Auerbach, N.A. 2006. Vegetation of the Toolik Lake region in relationship to glacial geology. In: Toolik Lake LTER.
    9. Warkentin, B.P. 2006. Footprints in the Soil. Elsevier. Amsterdam. 548 .
    10. Zhurbenko, M.P., Matveeva, N.V., Vonlanthen, C., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K. 2006. Lichens from Ellef Ringnes Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Evansia, 23:(3):69-78. (PDF)
  1. 2005

    1. Afonina, O.M., Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A. 2005. On the moss flora of Mould Bay (Prince Patrick Island, Canadian Arctic Archipelago). Arctoa, 14:135-142. (PDF)
    2. Callaghan, T.V., Bjorn, L.O., Chapin III, F.S., Chernov, Y., Christensen, T.R., Huntley, B., Ims, R., Johanson, M., Riedlinger, D.J., Jonasson, S., Matveyeva, N., Oechel, W., Panikov, N., Shaver, G. 2005. Arctic tundra and polar desert ecosystems. In: C. Symon, L. Arris, B. Heal (eds.) Arctic Climate Impact Assessment - Scientific Report. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. pp. 243-352. (Website) (PDF)
    3. Chapin, F.S.I., Sturm, M., Serreze, M.C., McFadden, J.P., Key, J.R., Lloyd, A.H., McGuire, A.D., Rupp, T.S., Lynch, A.H., Schimel, J.P., Beringer, J., Chapman, W.L., Epstein, H.E., Euskirchen, E.S., Hinzman, L.D., Jia, G., Ping, C.-L., Tape, K.D., Thompson, C.D.C., Walker, D.A., Welker, J.M. 2005. Role of land-surface changes in Arctic summer warming. Science, 310:(5748):657-660. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    4. Hinzman, L.D., Bettez, N.D., Bolton, W.R., Chapin, F.S., III, Dyurgerov, M.B., Fastie, C.L., Griffith, B., Hollister, R.D., Hope, A., Huntington, H.P., Jensen, A., Jia, G.J., Jorgenson, T., Kane, D.L., Klein, D.R., Kofinas, G., Lynch, A.H., Lloyd, A.H., McGuire, A.D., Nelson, F., Oechel, W.C., Osterkamp, T.E., Racine, H.C., Romanovsky, V.E., Stone, R., Stow, D.A., Sturm, M., Tweedie, C.E., Vourlitis, G.L., Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A., Webber, P.J., Welker, J.M., Winker, K.S., Yoshikawa, K. 2005. Evidence and implications of recent climate change in northern Alaska and other Arctic regions. Climatic Change, 72:251-298. doi:10.1007/s10584-005-5352-2 (Abstract) (PDF)
    5. Kade, A., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K. 2005. Plant communities and soils in cryoturbated tundra along a bioclimate gradient in the Low Arctic, Alaska. Phytocoenologia, 35:761-820. (Abstract) (PDF)
    6. Misra, D., Daanen, R. 2005. Visualizing Frost Boils. Challenges - in science and engineering, 13:(1):18-19, 23. (PDF)
    7. Ping, C.-L., Michaelson, G.J., Kimble, J.M., Walker, D.A. 2005. Soil acidity and exchange properties of cryogenic soils in Arctic Alaska. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 51(5):649-653. doi:10.1111/j.1747-0765.2005.tb00083.x (Abstract) (PDF)
    8. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Maier, H.A. 2005. Plant community-level mapping of arctic Alaska based on the Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map. Phytocoenologia, 35:821-848. doi:10.1127/0340-269X/2005/0035-0821 (Abstract) (PDF)
    9. Riedel, S.M., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A. 2005. Biotic controls over spectral reflectance of arctic tundra vegetation. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 26(11):2391-2405. doi:10.1080/01431160512331337754 (PDF)
    10. Riedel, S.M., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A., Richardson, D.L., Calef, M.P., Edwards, E., Moody, A. 2005. Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of vegetation properties among four tundra plant communities at Ivotuk, Alaska, USA. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 37(1):25-33. doi:10.1657/1523-0430(2005)037[0025:SATHOV]2.0.CO;2 (PDF)
    11. Sappington, N. 2005. ESRI Map Book, Volume 20. ESRI Press. Redlands, CA. 20 (20). 120 . (ESRI Map Book, Volume 20: Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation) (PDF)
    12. Talbot, S.S., Talbot, S.L., Daniëls, F.J.A. 2005. Comparative phytosociological investigation of subalpine alder thickets in southwestern Alaska and the North Pacific. Phytocoenologia, 35:727-759. doi:10.1127/0340-269X/2005/0035-0727 (Purchase PDF)
    13. Walker, D.A., Elvebakk, A., Talbot, S.S., Daniels, F.J.A. 2005. The Second International Workshop on Circumpolar Vegetation Classification and Mapping: a tribute to Boris A. Yurtsev. Phytocoenologia, 35:715-725. doi:10.1127/0340-269X/2005/0035-0715 (Abstract) (PDF)
    14. Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Daniëls, F.J.A., Einarsson, E., Elvebakk, A., Gould, W.A., Katenin, A.E., Kholod, S.S., Markon, C.J., Melnikov, E.S., N.G., M., Talbot, S.S., Yurtsev, B.A., CAVM Team 2005. The Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map. Journal of Vegetation Science, 16(3):267-282. doi:10.1658/1100-9233(2005)016[0267:TCAVM]2.0.CO;2 (PDF)
    15. Zhurbenko, M.P., Laursen, G.A., Walker, D.A. 2005. New and rare lichenicolous fungi and lichens from the North American Arctic. Mycotaxon, 92:201-212. (Abstract) (PDF)
    16. Zhurbenko, M.P., Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Matveeva, N.V. 2005. Lichens and lichenicolous fungi from the Kolyma delta region, Russian Arctic. Graphis Scripta, 17:27-29. (PDF)
  1. 2004

    1. Epstein, H.E., Beringer, J., Copass, C., Gould, W., Lloyd, A., Chapin III, F.S., Ping, C.L., Michaelson, G., Rupp, S., Walker, D.A. 2004. The nature of spatial transitions in arctic ecosytems. Journal of Biogeography, 31:1917-1933. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2004.01140.x (Abstract) (PDF)
    2. Jia, G.J., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A. 2004. Controls over intra-seasonal dynamics of AVHRR NDVI for the Arctic tundra in northern Alaska. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 25(9):1547-1564. doi:10.1080/0143116021000023925 (PDF)
    3. Kelley, A.M., Epstein, H., Walker, D.A. 2004. Role of vegetation and climate in permafrost active layer depth in arctic tundra of Northern Alaska and Canada. Journal of Glaciology and Climatology, 26:269-273. (PDF)
    4. Ping, C.L., Jorgensen, T., Shur, Y. 2004. Soil cryogenic structures and their implications for land use in Alaska. Journal of Glaciology and Geocryology, 26:(z1).
    5. Ping, C.L., Swanson, D.K. and Clark, M.H. 2004. Cryosols in Alaska. In: J. M. Kimble (ed.), Permafrost-affected soils, pp. 71-94. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Heidelberg. (PDF)
    6. Stow, D.A., Hope, A., D., M., Verbyla, D., Gamon, J., Huemmrich, F., Houston, S., Racine, C., Sturm, M., Tape, K., Hinzman, L., Yoshikawa, K., Tweedie, C., Noyle, B., Silapaswan, C., Douglas, D., Griffith, B., Jia, G., Epstein, H., Walker, D., Daeschner, S., Petersen, A., Zhou, L., Myneni, R. 2004. Remote sensing of vegetation and land-cover change in arctic tundra ecosystems. Remote Sensing of Environment, 89:281-308. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2003.10.018 (Abstract) (PDF)
    7. Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E., Gould, W.A., Kelley, A.M., Kade, A.N., Knudson, J.A., Krantz, W.B., Michaleson, G., Peterson, R.A., Ping, C.L., Raynolds, M.K., Romanovsky, V.E., Shur, Y.L. 2004. Frost-boil ecosystems: complex interactions between landforms, soils, vegetation, and climate. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 15(2):171-188. doi:10.1002/ppp.487 (Abstract) (PDF)
  1. 2003

    1. Bigelow, N.H., Brubaker, L.B., Edwards, M.E., Harrison, S.E., Prentice, I.C., Anderson, P.M., Andreev, A.A., Bartlein, P.J., Christensen, T.R., Cramer, W., Kaplan, J.O., Lozhkin, A.V., Matveyeva, N.V., Murray, D.F., McGuire, A.D., Razzhivin, Y.Y., Ritchie, J.C., Smith, B., Walker, D.A., Gajewski, K., Wolf, V., Holmqvist, B.H., Igarashi, Y., Kremenetskii, K.V., Paus, A., Pisaric, M.F.J., Volkova, V.S. 2003. Climate change and Arctic ecosystems I: Vegetation changes north of 55° N between the last glacial maximum, mid-Holocene and present. Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D19). doi:10.1029/2002JD002558 (PDF)
    2. Comiso, J.C. 2003. Warming trends in the Arctic from clear sky satellite observations. Journal of Climate, 16:3498-3510. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    3. Gould, W.A., Raynolds, M.A., Walker, D.A. 2003. Vegetation, plant biomass, and net primary productivity patterns in the Canadian Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D2):1-14. doi:10.1029/2001JD000948 (Abstract) (PDF)
    4. Gould, W.A., Walker, D.A., Biesboer, D. 2003. Combining research and education: Bioclimatic Zonation along a Canadian Arctic Transect. Arctic, 56:(1):45-54. (Abstract) (PDF)
    5. Hamilton, T.D. 2003. Surficial geology of the Dalton Highway (Itkillik-Sagavanirktok rivers) area, southern Arctic foothills, Alaska. 1 map sheet, 1:63,360 scale + 32 p text. Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, Professional Report 121. 1-32 . (Report and map) (PDF)
    6. Jia, G.J., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A. 2003. Greening of arctic Alaska, 1981-2001. Geophysical Research Letters, 30(20):1-4. doi:10.1029/2003GL018268 (Abstract) (PDF)
    7. Kaplan, J.O., Bigelow, N.H., Prentice, I.C., Harrison, S.P., Bartlein, P.J., Christensen, T.R., Cramer, W., Matveyeva, N.V., McGuire, A.D., Murray, D.F., Razzhivin, V.Y., Smith, B., Walker, D.A., Anderson, P.M., Andreev, A.A., Brubaker, L.B., Edwards, M.E., Lozhkin, L.V. 2003. Climate change and Arctic ecosystems II: Modeling, paleodata-model comparisons, and future projections. Journal of Geophysical Research, 108 (D19). doi:10.1029/2002JD002559 (Abstract) (PDF)
    8. McGuire, A.D., Sturm, M., Chapin III, F.S. 2003. Arctic transitions in the Land-Atmosphere system (ATLAS): Background, objectives, results, and future directions. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 108(D2):8166 ALT 7 (p1-7). doi:10.1029/2002JD002367 (Abstract) (PDF)
    9. NRC, Orians, G., Albert, T., Brown, G., Cameron, R., Cochran, P., Gerlach, S., Gramling, R., Gryc, G., Hite, D., Kennicutt II, M., Lachenbruch, A., Lowry, L., L., M., Pielou, C., Sedingr, J., Lindstedt-Siva, K.J., Speer, L., Walker, D.A., NAS, N.A.o.S.-., NRC, N.R.C.-. 2003. Cumulative Environmental Effects of Oil and Gas Activities on Alaska's North Slope. National Academies Press. Washington, D.C. 288 . (Website) (PDF)
    10. Oswald, W.W., Brubaker, L., Hu, F.S., Kling, G.W. 2003. Holocene pollen records from the central Arctic Foothills, northern Alaska: testing the role of substrate in the response of tundra to climate change. Journal of Ecology, 91:1034-1048. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2745.2003.00833.x (PDF)
    11. Peterson, R.A., Krantz, W.B. 2003. A mechanism for differential frost heave and its implications for patterned ground formation. Journal of Glaciology, 49:(164):69-80. (Abstract) (PDF)
    12. Walker, D.A., Epstein, H.E., Jia, J.G., Balser, A.W., Copass, C., Edwards, E.J., Gould, W.A., Hollingsworth, J., Knudson, J., Maier, H.A., Moody, A., Raynolds, M.K. 2003. Phytomass, LAI, and NDVI in northern Alaska: Relationships to summer warmth, soil pH, plant functional types, and extrapolation to the circumpolar Arctic. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 108(d2):8169. doi:10.1029/2001JD000986 (Abstract) (PDF)
    13. Walker, D.A., Hamilton, T.D., Balser, A.W., Anderson, J.A. 2003. Glacial Geology of Toolik Lake and the Upper Kuparuk River Region. University of Alaska Printing Services. Fairbanks, AK. 24 . (PDF)
    14. Walker, D.A., Jia, G.J., Epstein, H.E., Raynolds, M.K., Chapin , F.S., III, Copass, C.D., Hinzman, L.D., Knudson, J.A., Maier, H.A., Michaelson, G.J., Nelson, F., Ping, C.L., Romanovsky, V.E., Shiklomanov, N. 2003. Vegetation-soil-thaw-depth relationships along a low-arctic bioclimate gradient, Alaska: synthesis of information from the ATLAS studies. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 14(2):103-123. doi:10.1002/ppp.452 (Abstract) (PDF)
  1. 2002

    1. Gould, W.A., Edlund, S., Zoltai, S., Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Maier, H.A. 2002. Canadian Arctic vegetation mapping. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 23(21):4597-4609. doi:10.1080/01431160110113962 (Abstract) (PDF)
    2. Jia, G.J., Epstein, H.E., Walker, D.A. 2002. Spatial characteristics of AVHRR-NDVI along latitudinal transects in northern Alaska. Journal of Vegetation Science, 13:(3):315-326. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    3. Kruckeberg, A.R. 2002. Geology and Plant Life: The Effects of Landforms and Rock Types on Plants. University of Washington Press. Seattle and London. 363 .
    4. Kruckeberg, A.R. 2002. Geology and Plant Life: The Effects of Landforms and Rock Types on Plants. Reviewed in Ecoscience, 362.
    5. Litaor, M.I., Seastedt, T.R., Walker, D.A. 2002. Spatial analysis of selected soil attributes across an alpine topographic/snow gradient. Landscape Ecology, 17:71-85. (PDF)
    6. McCune, B., Grace, J.B., Urban, D.L. 2002. Analysis of Ecological Communities. MJM Software Design. Gleneden Beach, OR. 304 . (MJM Software Design)
    7. McGuire, A.D., Wirth, C., Apps, M., Beringer, J., Clein, J., Epstein, H., Kicklighter, D.W., Blatti, J., Chapin III, F.S., de Groot, B., Efremov, D., Eugster, W., Fukuda, M., Gower, T., Hinzman, L., Huntley, B., Jia, G.J., Kasischke, E., Melillo, J., Romanovsky, V., Shvidenko, A., Vaganov, E., Walker, D. 2002. Environmental variation, vegetation distribution, carbon dynamics and water/energy exchange at high latitudes. Journal of Vegetation Science, 13:(3):301-314. (BioOne online article) (PDF)
    8. Schickhoff, U., Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A. 2002. Riparian willow communities on the Arctic Slope of Alaska and their environmental relationships: A classification and ordination analysis. Phytocoenologia, 32:145-204. doi:10.1127/0340-269X/2002/0032-0145 (Abstract) (PDF)
    9. Walker, D.A., Gould, W.A., Maier, H.A., Raynolds, M.K. 2002. The Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map: AVHRR-derived base maps, environmental controls, and integrated mapping procedures. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 23(21):4551-4570. doi:10.1080/01431160110113854 (Abstract) (PDF)
  1. 2001

    1. Aitchison, C.A. 2001. The effect of snow cover on small animals. In: Jones, H.G., Hoham, R.W., Pomeroy, J.W., Walker, D.A. (eds.), Snow Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Examination of Snow-covered Ecosystems, pp. 229-265. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK. (PDF)
    2. Davis, N. 2001. When the Ground Freezes. In: Chapter 3, Permafrost: A Guide to Frozen Ground in Transition, pp. 45-99. University of Alaska Press. Fairbanks. (PDF)
    3. Davis, N. 2001. Land Forms Created by Cryogenic Action. In: Chapter 4, Permafrost: A Guide to Frozen Ground in Transition, pp. 101-200. University of Alaska Press: Fairbanks, AK. (PDF)
    4. Davis, N. (ed.) 2001. A short introduction to permafrost and seasonally frozen ground. In: Permafrost: A Guide to Frozen Ground in Transition (pp. 15-44). University of Alaska Press. Fairbanks, AK, pp. 1-14. (PDF)
    5. Davis, T.N. (ed.) 2001. The whys and wherefores of permafrost. In: Permafrost: A Guide to Frozen Ground in Transition. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Press, pp. 15-44. (PDF)
    6. ESRI 2001. Digital Chart of the World 2000. Environmental Systems Research Institute. Redlands, CA. 31 . (PDF)
    7. Epstein, H.E., Chapin, F.S., III, Walker, M.D., Starfield, A.M. 2001. Analyzing the functional type concept in arctic plants using a dynamic vegetation model. Oikos, 95:(2):239-252. (Abstract) (PDF)
    8. Guthrie, R.D. 2001. Origin and causes of the mammoth steppe: a story of cloud cover, woolly mammal tooth pits, buckles, and inside-out Beringia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 20:549-574. (PDF)
    9. Hoham, R.W., Duval, B. 2001. Microbial Ecology of Snow and Freshwater Ice with Emphasis on Snow Algae. In: Jones, H.G., Pomeroy, J.W., Walker, D.A., Hoham, R.W. (eds.), Snow Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Examination of Snow-covered Ecosystems, pp. 168-228. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK. (PDF)
    10. Jones, H.G., Pomeroy, J., Walker, D.A., Hoham, R.W. 2001. Snow Ecology. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK. 378 .
    11. Maybeck, M., Green, P., Vörösmarty, C. 2001. A new typology for mountains and other relief classes: an application to global continental water resources and population distribution. Mountain Research and Development, 21:(1):34-45. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    12. Munroe, J.S., Bockheim, J.G. 2001. Soil development in low-arctic tundra of the northern Brooks Range, Alaska, U.S.A.. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 33:78-87.
    13. Müller, T., Leya, R., Fuhr, G. 2001. Persistent snow algal fields in Spitsbergen: field observations and a hypothesis about the annual cell circulation. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 33:42-51.
    14. Pomeroy, J.W., Brun, E. 2001. Physical properties of snow. In: H.G. Jones, J.W. Pomeroy, D.A. Walker, R.W. Hoham (eds.) Snow Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Examination of Snow-covered Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. pp. 45-126. (PDF)
    15. Pomeroy, J.W., Hoeller, P., Marsh, P., Walker, D.A., Williams, M.W. 2001. Snow vegetation interactions: Issues for a new initiative. In: A.J. Dolman, A.J. Hall, M.L. Kavvas, T. Oki, J.W. Pomeroy (eds.), Soil, Vegetation, Atmosphere Transfer Schemes and Large Scale Hydrological Models (IAHS Publ. No. 270), pp. 299-306. IAHS Press. Wallingford, UK.
    16. Sturm, M., McFadden, J.P., Liston, G.E., Chapin III, F.S., Racine, C.H., Holmgren, J. 2001. Snow-shrub interactions in arctic tundra: a hypothesis with climatic implications. Journal of Climate, 14:336-344. (PDF)
    17. Tranter, M., Jones, G. 2001. The Chemistry of Snow: Processes and Nutrient Cycling. In: H.G. Jones, J. Pomeroy, D.A. Walker, R. Hoham (eds.) Snow Ecology. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. pp. 127-167. (PDF)
    18. Walker, D.A., Billings, W.D., de Molenaar, J.G. 2001. Snow-vegetation interactions in tundra environments. In: H.G. Jones, R.W. Hoham, J.W. Pomeroy and D.A. Walker (eds.), Snow Ecology, pp. 266-324. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK. (Google Books) (PDF)
    19. Walker, D.A., Bockheim, J.G., Chapin, F.S., III, Eugster, W., Nelson, F.E., Ping, C.L. 2001. Calcium-rich tundra, wildlife, and ''the Mammoth Steppe''. Quaternary Science Reviews, 20:149-163. doi:10.1016/S0277-3791(00)00126-8 (PDF)
    20. Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A., Theodose, T.A., Webber, P.J. 2001. Vegetation: hierarchical species-environment relationships. In: W.D. Bowman, T.R. Seastedt (eds.), Structure and Function of an Alpine Ecosystem: Niwot Ridge, Colorado, pp. 99-127. Oxford University Press. New York, NY. (PDF)
  1. 2000

    1. Chapin, F.S., III, Eugster, W., McFadden, J.P., Lynch, A.H., Walker, D.A. 2000. Summer differences among arctic ecosystems in regional climate forcing. Journal of Climate, 13(12):2002-2010. doi:10.1175/1520-0442(2000)013<2002:SDAAEI>2.0.CO;2 (PDF)
    2. Daniëls, F.J., Bültmann, H., Lünterbusch, C., Wilhelm, M. 2000. Vegetation zones and biodiversity of the North-American Arctic. Berichte der Reinhold-Tüxen-Gesellschaft, 12:131-151.
    3. Epstein, H.E., Walker, M.D., Chapin, F.S., III, Starfield, A.M. 2000. A transient, nutrient-based model of arctic plant community response to climatic warming. Ecological Applications, 10(3):824-841. doi:10.1890/1051-0761(2000)010[0824:ATNBMO]2.0.CO;2 (PDF)
    4. Gough, L., Shaver, G.R., Carroll, J., Royer, D.L., Laundre, J.A. 2000. Vascular plant species richness in Alaskan arctic tundra: the importance of soil pH. Journal of Ecology, 88:54-66. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2745.2000.00426.x (Wiley online library) (PDF)
    5. Jorgenson, M.T. 2000. Hierarchical organization of ecosystems at multiple spatial scales on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska, U.S.A.. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 32:221-239. (JSTOR)
    6. Oechel, W.C., Vourlitis, G.L., Verfaillie Jr., J., Crawford, T., Brooks, S., Dumas, E., Hope, A., Stow, D., Boynton, B., Nosov, V., Zulueta, R. 2000. A scaling approach for quantifying the net CO2 flux of the Kuparuk River Basin, Alaska. Global Change Biology, 6:(S1):160-173. (Wiley Online Library) (PDF)
    7. Walker, D.A. 2000. Hierarchical subdivision of arctic tundra based on vegetation response to climate, parent material, and topography. Global Change Biology, 6(S1):19-34. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2486.2000.06010.x (Wiley online library) (PDF)
    8. Weber, H.E., Moravec, J., Therurillat, J.-P. 2000. International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature. 3rd Edition. Journal of Vegetation Science, 11:739-768. (Abstract) (PDF)
    9. Wielgolaski, F.E. 2000. Polar and Alpine Tundra. Reviewed in Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 32:930. (PDF)
  1. 1999

    1. Birkeland, P.W. 1999. Soils and Geomorphology. Oxford University Press. New York. 430 .
    2. Elvebakk, A. 1999. Bioclimatic delimitation and subdivision of the Arctic. In: I. Nordal, V.Y. Razzhivin (eds.), The Species Concept in the High North - A Panarctic Flora Initiative, pp. 81-112. The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. Oslo, NO. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    3. Elvebakk, A., Elven, R., Razzhivin, V.Y. 1999. Delimitation, zonal and sectorial subdivision of the Arctic for the Panarctic Flora Project. In: Nordal, I., Razzhivin, V.Y. (eds.), The Species Concept in the High North - A Panarctic Flora Initiative, pp. 375-386. The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. Oslo, NO. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    4. Liston, G.E. 1999. Interrelationships among snow distribution, snowmelt, and snow cover depletion: implications for atmospheric, hydrologic, and ecologic modeling. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 38:1474-1487. doi:10.1175/1520-0450(1999)038<1474:IASDSA>2.0.CO;2 (PDF)
    5. Mucinal, L., Pignatti, S., Rodwell, J.S., Schaminée, J.H.J., Chytrý, M. 1999. European Vegetation Survey: Case Studies. Reviewed in Journal of Vegetation Science, 10:(1):138. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    6. Muller, S.V., Racoviteanu, A.E., Walker, D.A. 1999. Landsat MSS-derived land-cover map of northern Alaska: extrapolation methods and a comparison with photo-interpreted and AVHRR-derived maps. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 20:2921-2946. doi:10.1080/014311699211543 (PDF)
    7. Razzhivin, V.Y. 1999. Zonation of vegetation in the Russian Arctic. In: I Nordal, V.Y. Razzhivin (eds.), The Species Concept in the High North - A Panarctic Flora Initiative, pp. 113-130. The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Oslo, Norway.
    8. Walker, D.A. 1999. An integrated vegetation mapping approach for northern Alaska (1:4 M scale). International Journal of Remote Sensing, 20(15-16):2895-2920. doi:10.1080/014311699211534 (PDF)
    9. Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A., Welker, J.M., Arft, A.M., Bardsley, T., Brooks, P.D., Fahnestock, J.T., Jones, M.H., Losleben, M., Parsons, A.N., Seastedt, T.R., Turner, P.L. 1999. Long-term experimental manipulation of winter snow regime and summer temperature in arctic and alpine tundra. Hydrological Processes, 13:2315-2330. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1099-1085(199910)13:14/15<2315::AID-HYP888>3.0.CO;2-A (Abstract) (PDF)
  1. 1998

    1. Bockheim, J.G., Tarnocai, C. 1998. Gelisols: the permafrost-affected soils.. In: M.E. Sumner, et al. (eds.), Handbook of Soil Science. CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL.
    2. Bockheim, J.G., Walker, D.A., Everett, L.R., Nelson, F.E. and Shiklomanov, N.I. 1998. Soils and cryoturbation in moist nonacidic and acidic tundra in the Kuparuk river basin, arctic Alaska, USA. Arctic and Alpine Research, 30:(2):166-174. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    3. Fahnestock, J.T., Jones, M.H., Brooks, P.D., Walker, D.A., Welker, J.M. 1998. Winter and early spring CO2 efflux from tundra communities of northern Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(D22):29,023-29,027. doi:10.1029/98JD00805 (PDF)
    4. Hobbie, J.E., Kwiatkowski, B.L., Rastetter, E.B., Walker, D.A., McKane, R.B. 1998. Carbon cycling in the Kuparuk basin: plant production, carbon storage, and sensitivity to future changes. Journal of Geophysical Research, 103:(D22):29065-29073. (Abstract) (PDF)
    5. Hoefle, C.M., Ping, C.L., Kimble, J.P. 1998. Properties of permafrost soils on northern Seward Peninsula, northwest Alaska. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 62:1629-1639. (Purchase PDF)
    6. Jones, M.H., Fahnestock, J.T., Walker, D.A., Walker, M.D., Welker, J.M. 1998. Carbon dioxide fluxes in moist and dry arctic tundra during the snow-free season: responses to increases in summer temperature and winter snow accumulation. Arctic and Alpine Research, 30:(4):373-380. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    7. Kane, D.L., Reeburgh, W.S. 1998. Introduction to special section: Land-Air-Ice Interactions (LAII) Flux Study. Journal of Geophysical Research, 103:28,913-28,915. doi:10.1029/1998JD200017 (PDF)
    8. Matveyeva, N.V. 1998. Zonation of Plant Cover in the Arctic. Russian Academy of Science. St. Petersburg. 21. 220 .
    9. Muller, S.V., Walker, D.A., Nelson, F.E., Auerbach, N., Bockheim, J., Guyer, S. and Sherba, D. 1998. Accuracy assessment of a land-cover map of the Kuparuk River basin, Alaska: considerations for remote regions. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 64:(6):619-628. (Abstract) (PDF)
    10. Nelson, F.E., Hinkel, K.M., Shiklomanov, N.I., Mueller, G.R., Miller, L.L., Walker, D.A. 1998. Active-layer thickness in north central Alaska: Systematic sampling, scale, and spatial autocorrelation. Journal of Geophysical Research, 103:(D22):28963-28973. (Abstract) (PDF)
    11. Ping, C.-L., Bockheim, J.G., Kimble, J.M., Michaelson, G.J., Walker, D.A. 1998. Characteristics of cryogenic soils along a latitudinal transect in Arctic Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research, 103:(D22):28917-28928. (Abstract) (PDF)
    12. Reeburgh, W.S., King, J.Y., Regli, S.K., Kling, G.W., Auerbach, N.A., Walker, D.A. 1998. A CH4 emission estimate for the Kuparuk River basin, Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research, 103(D22):29,005-29,013. doi:10.1029/98JD00993 (Abstract) (PDF)
    13. Ruess, R.W., Hendrick, R.L., Bryant, J.P. 1998. Regulation of fine root dynamics by mammalian browsers in early successional Alaskan taiga forests. Ecology, 79:(8):2706-2720. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    14. Stow, D., Hope, A., Boynton, W., Phinn, S., Walker, D., Auerbach, N. 1998. Satellite-derived vegetation index and cover type maps for estimating carbon dioxide flux for Arctic tundra regions. Geomorphology, 21:313-327. doi:10.1016/S0169-555X(97)00071-8 (Abstract) (PDF)
    15. Walker, D.A., Auerbach, N.A., Bockheim, J.G., Chapin, F.S., III, Eugster, W., King, J.Y., McFadden, J.P., Michaelson, G.J., Nelson, F.E., Oechel, W.C., Ping, C.L., Reeburg, W.S., Regli, S., Shiklomanov, N.I., Vourlitis, G.L. 1998. Energy and trace-gas fluxes across a soil pH boundary in the Arctic. Nature, 394:469-472. doi:10.1038/28839 (PDF)
  1. 1997

    1. Auerbach, N.A., Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A. 1997. Effects of roadside disturbance on substrate and vegetation properties in arctic tundra. Ecological Applications, 7(1):218-235. doi:/10.1890/1051-0761(1997)007[0218:EORDOS]2.0.CO;2 (JSTOR) (PDF)
    2. Bay, C. 1997. Floristical and ecological characterization of the polar desert zone of Greenland. Journal of Vegetation Science, 8:(5):685-696. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    3. Bazilevich, N.I., Tishkov, A.A., Vilchek, G.E. 1997. Live and dead reserves and primary production in polar desert, tundra and forest tundra of the former Soviet Union. In: F. E. Wielgolaski (ed.), Polar and Alpine Tund, pp. 509-539. Elsevier: Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Catalog)
    4. Bliss, L.C. 1997. Arctic Ecosystems of North America. In: F.E. Wielgolaski (eds.), Polar and Alpine Tundra, pp. 551-683. Elsevier: Amsterdam, Netherlands. (PDF)
    5. Bockheim, J.G., D.A. Walker and Everett, L.R. 1997. Soil carbon distribution in nonacidic and acidic tundra of Arctic Alaska. In: R. Lal, J.M. Kimble, R.F. Follett, B.A. Stewart (eds.), Soil processes and the carbon cycl, pp. 143-155. CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL. (PDF)
    6. Chernov, Y.I., Matveyeva, N.V. 1997. Arctic ecosystems in Russia. In: F. E. Wielgolaski (eds.), Polar and Alpine Tundra, pp. 361-507. Elvesier. Amsterdam. (PDF)
    7. Elvebakk, A. 1997. Tundra diversity and ecological characteristics of Svalbard. In: Wielgolaski, F.E. (eds.) Polar and Alpine Tundra. Elsevier. Amsterdam. pp. 347-399.
    8. Eugster, W., J. P. McFadden, F. S. Chapin III, Walker, D.A. 1997. Importance of Landscape Age and Plant Community Composition for the Surface Energy Budget and Carbon Fluxes in Alaskan Arctic Tundra. Annales Geophysicae, 15:(Supplement II):C356.
    9. Nelson, F.E., Shiklomanov, N.I., Mueller, G.R., Hinkel, K.M., Walker, D.A. and Bockheim, J.G. 1997. Estimating active-layer thickness over a large region: Kuparuk River Basin, Alaska, USA. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 29:(4):367-378. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    10. Smith, T.M., Woodward, I.A., Shugart, H.H. 1997. Plant Functional Types. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, England. 369 .
    11. Walker, D.A. 1997. Arctic Alaskan vegetation disturbance and recovery: a hierarchic approach to the issue of cumulative impacts. In: R.M.M. Crawford (eds.) Disturbance and Recovery in Arctic Lands. Kluwer Academic Publishers Publishers. Dordrecht. pp. 457-479. (Purchase book) (PDF)
    12. Walker, D.A., Talbot, S.S. 1997. Toward a new circumpolar arctic vegetation map. Arctic Research of the United States, 11:80-81.
  1. 1996

    1. Astakhov, V.I., Kaplyanskaya, F.A., Tarnogradsky, V.D. 1996. Pleistocene permafrost of West Siberia as a deformable glacier bed. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 7:(2):165-191. (Abstract) (PDF)
    2. Begét, J.E., Hopkins, D.M., Charron, S.D. 1996. The largest known maars on Earth, Seward Peninsula, Northwest Alaska. Arctic, 49:(1):62-69. (Abstract) (PDF)
    3. Box, E.O. 1996. Plant functional types and climate at the global scale. Journal of Vegetation Science, 7:(3):309-320.
    4. Dierssen, K. 1996. Vegetation Nordeuropas. Ulmer. Stuttgart. 838 .
    5. Duguay, C.R., Walker, D.A. 1996. Environmental modeling and monitoring with GIS: Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research Site. In: M. F. Goodchild, L.T. Steyaert, B.O. Parks, C.A. Johnston, D.R. Maidment, M. Crane, S. Glendinning (eds.), GIS and Environmental Modeling: Progress and Research Issues, pp. 219-223.
    6. Hamilton, T.D. 1996. Late Pleistocene stratigraphic sections from northern Alaska. In: F.H. West (eds.), American Beginnings-The Prehistory and Palaeoecology of Beringia, pp. 21-34. University of Chicago Press. Chicago, IL.
    7. Leadley, P.W., Ostendorf, L.B. and Reynolds, J.F. 1996. Road-related disturbances in an Arctic watershed: Analyses by a a spatially explicit model of vegetation and ecosystem processes. In: J.F. Reynolds and J.D. Tenhunen (eds.), Landscape Function: Implications for Ecosystem Disturbance, a Case Study in Arctic Tundra, pp. 387-415. Springer-Verlag: New York, NY.
    8. Ostendorf, B., Quinn, P., Bevan, K. and Tenhunen, J.D. 1996. Hydrological controls on ecosystem gas exchange in an Arctic landscape. In: J.F. Reynolds and J.D. Tenhunen (eds.), Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra (pp. 370-386). Springer-Verlag: New York , NY.
    9. Walker, D.A. 1996. Disturbance and recovery of Arctic Alaskan vegetation. In: J.F. Reynolds and J.D. Tenhunen (eds.), Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra (pp. 35-71). Springer-Verlag: Berlin/Heidelberg, Germany. (Purchase book) (PDF)
    10. Walker, D.A. and Walker, M.D. 1996. Terrain and vegetation of the Imnavait Creek Watershed. In: J.F. Reynolds and J.D. Tenhunen (eds.), Landscape Function: Implications for Ecosystem Disturbance, a Case Study in Arctic Tundra, pp. 73-108. Springer-Verlag: New York, NY. (Purchase book) (PDF)
    11. Walker, M.D., Everett, K.R., Walker, D.A., Birkland, P.W. 1996. Soil development as an indicator of relative pingo age, Northern Alaska, USA. Arctic and Alpine Research, 28:(3):352-362. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1995

    1. Brooks, P.D., Williams, M.K., Walker, D.A., Schmidt, S.K. 1995. The Niwot Ridge snowfence experiment: biogeochemical responses to changes in the seasonal snowpack. International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 228:293-302. (PDF)
    2. Markon, C., Fleming, M.D., Binnian, E.F. 1995. Characteristics of vegetation phenology over the Alaskan landscape using AVHRR time-series data. Polar Record, 31:179-190.
    3. Rodwell, J.S., Pignatti, S., Mucina, L., Schaminée, J.H.J. 1995. European vegetation survey: update on progress. Reviewed in Journal of Vegetation Science, 10:(138):759-762.
    4. Shippert, M.M., Walker, D.A., Auerbach, N.A., Lewis, B.E. 1995. Biomass and leaf-area index maps derived from SPOT images for Toolik Lake and Imnavait Creek areas, Alaska. Polar Record, 31(177):147-154. doi:10.1017/S0032247400013644 (Abstract) (PDF)
    5. Svoboda, J., Freedman, B. 1995. Ecology of a Polar Oasis. Reviewed in Arctic and Alpine Research, 286. (PDF)
    6. Walker, D.A. 1995. Toward a new circumpolar arctic vegetation map: St. Petersburg workshop. Arctic and Alpine Research, 31:169-178.
    7. Walker, D.A., Auerbach, N.A., Shippert, M.M. 1995. NDVI, biomass, and landscape evolution of glaciated terrain in northern Alaska. Polar Record, 31(177):169-178. doi:10.1017/S003224740001367X (Abstract) (PDF)
    8. Walker, D.A., Bay, C., Daniels, F.J.A., Einarsson, E., Elvebakk, A., Johansen, B.E., Kapitsa, A., Kholod, S.S., Murray, D.F., Talbot, S.S., Yurtsev, B.A., Zoltai, S.C. 1995. Toward a new arctic vegetation map: a review of existing maps. Journal of Vegetation Science, 6(3):427-436. doi:10.2307/3236242 (Abstract) (PDF)
    9. Walker, D.A., Walker, M.D., Welker, J.M., Parsons, A.N., Seastedt, T.R., Lewis, B.E., Brooks, P.D. 1995. Long-term snow-fence experiments to examine effects of altered winter precipitation regimes in arctic and alpine tundra. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 76:(2):276.
    10. Walker, M.D. 1995. Patterns and causes of arctic plant community diversity. In: F.S. III Chapin and C. Körner (eds.), Arctic and alpine biodiversity: patterns, causes, and ecosystem consequences (pp. 3-20). Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Germany. (PDF)
    11. Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A., Everett, K.R. 1995. Pingos as models of arctic landscape development. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 76:(2):276.
    12. Welker, J.M., Parsons, A.N., Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A., Seastedt, T.R., Robinson, C.H., Wookey, P.A. 1995. Comparative responses of Dryas octopetala to simulated changes in climate from alpine, low- and high- arctic ITEX sites. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 76:(2):281.
    13. Weller, G., Chapin, F.S., III, Everett, K.R., Hobbie, J.E., Kane, D.L., Oechel, W.C., Ping, C.L., Reeburgh, W.S., Walker, D.A., Walsh, J. 1995. The Arctic Flux Study: a regional view of trace gas release. Journal of Biogeography, 22:(2/3):365-374. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    14. Zhurbenko, M., Santesson, R., Walker, D.A., Auerbach, N.A., Lewis, B. 1995. New and interesting lichenicolous fungi and lichens from Alaska. Evansia, 12:92-97.
  1. 1994

    1. Babcock, C.A., Ely, C.R. 1994. Classification of vegetation communities in which geese rear broods on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Botany, 72:(9):1294-1301.
    2. Chapin, F.S.I., Walker, L.R., Fastie, C.L., Sharman, L.C. 1994. Mechanisms of primary succession following deglaciation at Glacier Bay, Alaska. Ecological Monographs, 64:(2):149-175. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    3. Daniëls, F.J.A. 1994. Vegetation classification in Greenland. Journal of Vegetation Science, 5:(6):781-790. (PDF)
    4. Elvebakk, A. 1994. A survey of plan associations and alliances from Svalbard. Journal of Vegetation Science, 5:(6):791-802.
    5. Grantz, A., May, S.D., Hart, P.E. 1994. Geology of the Arctic continental margin of Alaska. In: G. Plafker, H.C. Berg (eds.), The Geology of Alaska, (G-1), pp. 17-48. Geological Society of America. Boulder, CO.
    6. Hamilton, T.D. 1994. Late Cenozoic glaciation of Alaska. The Geology of North America, G-1:813-844.
    7. Houmark-Nielsen, M., Hansen, L., Jÿrgensen, M.E., Kronborg, C. 1994. Stratigraphy of a Late Pleistocene ice-cored moraine at Kap Herschell, Northeast Greenland. Boreas, 23:(4):505-512. (Purchase PDF)
    8. Jones, H.G., Pomeroy, J.W., Walker, D.A., Wharton, R.A. 1994. Snow ecology: a report on a new initiative. Arctic and Alpine Research, 26:(2):195-196. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    9. Jones, H.G., Pomeroy, J.W., Walker, D.A., Wharton, R.A. 1994. Snow Ecology: A Report on a New Initiative. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 75:(1):29-31. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    10. Shippert, M.M., D.A. Walker, N.A. Auerbach, B.E. Lewis 1994. Regional biomass and leaf-area estimates derived from satellite imagery as inputs to spatial trace-gas models for arctic tundra. Annual Ecological Society of America (ESA) Meeting: science and public policy, 75:(2):211. (Abstract)
    11. Walker, D.A. 1994. Information: Toward a new arctic vegetation map: St. Petersburg workshop. Arctic and Alpine Research, 27:103-104. (Presentation)
    12. Walker, M.D., Daniels, F.J.A., Van der Maarel, E. 1994. Circumpolar arctic vegetation: Introduction and perspectives. Special Features in Journal of Vegetation Science, 5:(6):757-920. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    13. Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A., Auerbach, N.A. 1994. Plant communities of a tussock tundra landscape in the Brooks Range Foothills, Alaska. Journal of Vegetation Science, 5:(6):843-866. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    14. Walker, M.D., Webber, P.J., Arnold, E.H., Ebert-May, D. 1994. Effects of interannual climate variation on aboveground phytomass in alpine vegetation. Ecology, 75:(2):393-408. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    15. Yurtsev, B.A. 1994. The floristic division of the Arctic. Journal of Vegetation Science, 5:(6):765-776. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1993

    1. ESRI 1993. Digital Chart of the World 1993. Environmental Systems Research Institute. Redlands, CA. . (Metadata for Data and Maps)
    2. Lewis, B.E., E.T. Price, Walker, D.A. 1993. A snow fence experiment to examine long-term ecosystem response to altered snow regimes in the Colorado alpine. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 74:(2):328-329.
    3. Vaikmae, R., F.A. Michel, V. I. Solomatin 1993. Morphology, stratigraphy and oxygen-isotope composition of fossil glacier ice at Ledyanaya Gora, northwest Siberia, Russia. Boreas, 22:(3):205-213. (ISI Web of Knowledge)
    4. Walker, D.A., Auerbach, N.A., Everett, K.R., Shippert, M.M., Walker, M.D. 1993. Large-scale disturbance features in northern Alaska affect regional carbon budgets. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 74:(2):475.
    5. Walker, D.A., Halfpenny, J.C., Walker, M.D., Wessman, C. 1993. Long-term studies of snow-vegetation interactions. BioScience, 43:(5):287-301. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1992

    1. Astakhov, V.I. 1992. The last glaciation in West Siberia. In: A.-M. Robertsson (ed.), Quaternary Stratigraphy, Glacial Morphology and Environmental Changes (pp. 21-30). Series Ca. 81. Sveriges Geologiska Undersokning: Uppsala, Sweden.
    2. Bliss, L.C. and Matveyeva, N.V. 1992. Circumpolar arctic vegetation. In: F.S. Chapin III, R.L. Jefferies, J.F. Reynolds, G.R. Shaver, J. Svoboda and E.W. Chu (eds.), Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective, pp. 59-89. Academic Press: San Diego, CA. ( listing)
    3. Coates, P.A. 1992. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline Controversy: Technology, Conservation and the Frontier. Reviewed in Arctic and Alpine Research, 24:(4):363-364. (PDF)
    4. Kent, M., Coker, P. 1992. Vegetation Description and Analysis: A Practical Approach. John Wiley and Sons Ltd. New York. 363 .
  1. 1991

    1. Bryant, J.P., Provenza, F.P., Pastor, J., Reichardt, P.B., Clausen, T.P., du Toit, J.T. 1991. Interactions between woody plants and browsing mammals mediated by secondary metabolites. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 22:431-446. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    2. McKendrick, J.D. 1991. Colonizing tundra plants to vegetate abandoned gravel pads in arctic Alaska. Advances in Ecology, 1:209-223.
    3. Shaver, G., Nadelhoffer, K.J. and Giblin, A.E. 1991. Biogeochemical diversity and element transport in a heterogeneous landscape, the North Slope of Alaska. In: M.G. Turner and R.H. Gardner (eds.), Ecological Studies, 82, Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology: The Analysis and Interpretation of Landscape Heterogeneity, pp. 105-125. Springer-Verlag: New York, NY.
    4. Van Cleve, K., Chapin, F.S., III, Dyrness, C.T., Viereck, L.A. 1991. Element cycling in taiga forests: state-factor control. BioScience, 41:(2):78-88. (ProQuest link) (PDF)
    5. Walker, D.A., Everett, K.R. 1991. Loess ecosystems of northern Alaska: regional gradient and toposequence at Prudhoe Bay. Ecological Monographs, 61:(4):437-464. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    6. Walker, D.A., Walker, M.D. 1991. History and pattern of disturbance in Alaskan Arctic terrestrial ecosystems: A hierarchical approach to analysing landscape change. Journal of Applied Ecology, 28:(1):244-276. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    7. Walker, M.D., Walker, D.A., Everett, K.R. and Short, S.K. 1991. Steppe vegetation on south-facing slopes of pingos, central Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska, USA. Arctic and Alpine Research, 23:170-188. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1990

    1. Dangermond, J., Harnden, E. 1990. Map data standardization: a methodology for integrating thematic cartographic data before automation. ARC News, 12:(2):16-19. (PDF)
    2. Edlund, S. 1990. Bioclimate zones in the Canadian Archipelago. In: C.R. Harrington (eds.), Canada's Missing Dimension: Science and History in the Canadian Arctic Islands, pp. 421-441. Canadian Museum of Nature. Ottowa, CA. ( listing)
    3. Fetcher, N., Shaver, G.R. 1990. Environmental sensitivity of ecotypes as a potential influence on primary productivity. American Naturalist, 136:126-131. (PDF)
    4. Klinger, L.F. 1990. Global patterns in community succession. 1. Bryophytes and Forest Decline. Memoirs of the Torrey Botanical Club, 24:1-50.
    5. Slaughter, C.W., Racine, C.H., Walker, D.A., Johnson, L.A., Abele, G. 1990. Use of off-road vehicles and mitigation of effects in Alaska permafrost environments: a review. Environmental Management, 14:63-72. doi:10.1007/BF02394020 (PDF)
    6. Thannheiser, D., Geesink, B. 1990. Dryasreiche vegetationseinheiten mit besonderer berucksichtigung des westlichen Kanadischen Arktis-Archipels. In: J. Lafrenz, F.N. Nagel (eds.) Der nordatlantische Raum. Geographische Gesellschaft. Hamburg. 80 pp. 175-205.
    7. Walker, M.D. 1990. Vegetation and floristics of pingos, Central Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska. J. Cramer. Stuttgart, Germany. 149. 283 . (Purchase book) (PDF)
  1. 1989

    1. Chapin, F.S., III 1989. Research in Arctic Life and Earth Sciences. Present Life and Future Perspectives. Reviewed in Arctic and Alpine Research, 21:(1):103-104. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    2. Edlund, S.A., Alt, B.T. 1989. Regional congruence of vegetation and summer climate patterns in the Queen Elizabeth Islands, Northwest Territories, Canada. Arctic, 42:3-23. (Abstract)
    3. Evans, B.M., Walker, D.A., Benson, C.S., Nordstrand, E.A., Petersen, G.W. 1989. Spatial interrelationships between terrain, snow distribution and vegetation patterns at an arctic foothills site in Alaska. Holarctic Ecology, 12:270-278. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    4. Oswood, M.W., Everett, K.R., Schell, D.M. 1989. Some physical and chemical characteristics of an arctic beaded stream. Holarctic Ecology, 12:290-295.
    5. Sonesson, M. 1989. Research in Arctic life and earth sciences: present knowledge and future perspectives. Reviewed in Arctic and Alpine Research, 21:(1):103-104. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    6. Thannheiser, D., Hellfritz, K.-P. 1989. Die vegetation der salzwiesen auf den Queen Charlotte Islands (Westkanada). Essener Geogr. Arbeiten, 17:153-175.
    7. Walker, D.A., Binnian, E., Evans, B.M., Lederer, N.D., Nordstrand, E., Webber, P.J. 1989. Terrain, vegetation and landscape evolution of the R4D research site, Brooks Range Foothills, Alaska. Holarctic Ecology, 12:(3):238-261. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    8. Walker, D.A., Lederer, N.D., Walker, M.D., Binnian, E., Everett, K.R., Nordstrand, E., Webber, P.J. 1989. Impacts of petroleum development in the Arctic: Response. Science, 245:764-765. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1988

    1. Ellenberg, H. 1988. Vegetation Ecology of Central Europe. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. 731 .
    2. Thannheiser, D. 1988. Eine landschaftsökologische studie bei Cambridge Bay, Victoria Island, N.W.T., Canada. Geographischen Gesellschaft, 78:1-51.
  1. 1987

    1. Barbour, M.G., Burk, J.H., Pitts, W.D., Gilliam, F.S., Schwartz, M.W. 1987. Terrestrial Plant Ecology. Benjamin/Cummings. Menlo Park. 688 . (PDF)
    2. Barry, R.G., Chorley, R.J. 1987. Atmosphere, Weather and Climate. Methuen. New York. 460 . (GoogleBooks)
    3. Jongman, R.H.G., ter Braak, C.J.F., van Tongeren, O.F.R. 1987. Data Analysis in Community and Landscape Ecology. Pudoc. Wageningen. 299 .
    4. McGraw, J.B. 1987. Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes. IV. Fitness response to reciprocal transplanting in ecotypes with differing plasticity. Oecologia, 73:465-468. (PDF)
    5. McGraw, J.B. 1987. Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes. V. Field photosynthesis of reciprocal transplants. Holarctic Ecology, 10:308-311. (PDF)
    6. Nams, M.L.N., Freedman, B. 1987. Ecology of heath communities dominated by Cassiope tetragona at Alexandra Fiord, Ellesmere Island, Canada. Holarctic Ecology, 10:22-32.
    7. Racine, C.H., Johnson, L.A., Viereck, L.A. 1987. Patterns of vegetation recovery after tundra fires in northwestern Alaska, U.S.A.. Arctic and Alpine Research, 19:(4):461-469. (Editors: Salzberg, K. A., Fridriksson, S., Webber, P. J.)
    8. Walker, D.A. 1987. Height and growth-ring response of Salix lanata ssp. richardsonii along the coastal temperature gradient of northern Alaska. Canadian Journal of Botany, 65(5):988-993. (Abstract) (PDF)
    9. Walker, D.A., Everett, K.R. 1987. Road dust and its environmental impact on Alaskan taiga and tundra. Arctic and Alpine Research, 19:(4):479-489. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    10. Walker, D.A., Webber, P.J., Binnian, E.F., Everett, K.R., Lederer, N.D., Nordstrand, E.A., Walker, M.D. 1987. Cumulative Impacts of Oil Fields on Northern Alaskan Landscapes. Science, 238:(4828):757-761. (Permanent link) (PDF)
  1. 1986

    1. Blake, G.R., Hartge, K.H. 1986. Bulk density. Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 1. Physical and Mineralogical Methods, 363-376.
    2. Cooper, D.J. 1986. Arctic-alpine tundra vegetation of the Arrigetch Creek Valley, Brooks Range, Alaska. Phytocoenologia, 14:467-555.
    3. Gee, G.W., Bauder, J.W. 1986. Particle size analysis. In: A. Klute (eds.), Methods of soil analysis. Part 1. Physical and mineralogical methods. Agronomy Society of America and Soil Science Society of America. Madison, WI.
    4. Hamilton, T.D. 1986. Late Cenozoic glaciation of the Central Brooks Range. In: Hamilton, T.D., Reed, K.M., Thorson, R.M. (eds.) Glaciation in Alaska: the Geologic Record. Alaska Geological Society. Anchorage. pp. 9-49. (PDF)
    5. Hamilton, T.D., Reed, K.M., Thorson, R.M. 1986. Glaciation in Alaska: The Geologic Record. Glaciation in Alaska: The Geologic Record, 265. ( listing)
    6. Olson, R., Hastings, R., Geddes, F. 1986. Northern Ecology and Resource Management: Memorial Essays Honouring Don Gill. Reviewed in Arctic and Alpine Research, 18:(1):127-128.
    7. Rannie, W.F. 1986. Summer air temperature and number of vascular species in arctic Canada. Arctic, 39:133-137. (Abstract)
    8. Tuhkanen, S. 1986. Delimitation of climatic-phytogeographical regions at the high-latitude area. Nordia, 20:(1):105-112.
    9. Walker, D.A., Webber, P.J., Walker, M.D., Lederer, N.D., Meehan, R.H., Nordstrand, E.A. 1986. Use of geobotanical maps and automated mapping techniques to examine cumulative impacts in the Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, Alaska. Environmental Conservation, 13(2):149-160. doi:10.1017/S0376892900036754 (Abstract) (PDF)
    10. Walker, L.R., Zasada, J.C., Chapin, F.S.I. 1986. The role of life history processes in primary succession on an Alaskan floodplain. Ecology, 67:(5):1243-1253. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1985

    1. Fetcher, N. 1985. Effects of removal of neighboring species on growth, nutrients, and microclimate of Eriophorum vaginatum. Arctic and Alpine Research, 17:7-17. (PDF)
    2. Gorham, E., Eisenreich, S.J., Ford, J., Santelmann, M.V. 1985. The chemistry of bog waters. In: W. Stumm (eds.), Chemical processes in lakes, pp. 339-363. John Wiley & Sons. New York, NY.
    3. McGraw, J.B. 1985. Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes: relative response to competitors. New Phytologist, 100:(2):233-241. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    4. McGraw, J.B. 1985. Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes. III. Environmental factors and plant growth. Arctic and Alpine Research, 17:(3):229-239. (PDF)
    5. Ritchie, J.C. 1985. Past and Present Vegetation of the Far Northwest of Canada. Reviewed in Arctic and Alpine Research, 17:(3):349-350. (PDF)
    6. Walker, D.A., Lederer, N.D. 1985. Summer 1983 observations at the Prudhoe Bay experimental seawater spill sites three years after the spills. Attachment I. In: P.J. Webber, D. A. Walker, V. Komárková, J.J. Ebersole (eds.) Baseline Monitoring Methods and Sensitivity Analysis of Alaskan Arctic Tundra. Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Hanover, NH. pp. 13.
    7. Walker, D.A., N.D. Lederer, Walker, M.D. 1985. Vegetation changes at permanent transects along the Dalton Highway and the Prudhoe Bay Spine Road. Attachment F. In: P.J. Webber, D. A. Walker, V. Komárková, J.J. Ebersole (eds.) Baseline Monitoring Methods and Sensitivity Analysis of Alaskan Arctic Tundra. Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Hanover, NH.
    8. Walker, D.A., Walker, M.D., Everett, K.R., Webber, P.J. 1985. Pingos of the Prudhoe Bay region. Arctic and Alpine Research, 17:(3):321-336. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    9. Walker, D.A., Walker, M.D., Lederer, N.D. 1985. 1983 Observations at the Prudhoe Bay and Franklin Bluffs hydrocarbon spill sites. Attachment H. In: P.J. Webber, D. A. Walker, V. Komárková, J.J. Ebersole (eds.) Baseline Monitoring Methods and Sensitivity Analysis of Alaskan Arctic Tundra. Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Hanover, NH. pp. 22.
  1. 1984

    1. Bates, R.L., Jackson, J.A. 1984. Dictionary of Geological Terms. Anchor Press/Doubleday. Garden City, New York. 571 .
    2. Dargie, T.C.D. 1984. On the integrated interpretation of indirect site ordinations: a case study using semi-arid vegetation in southeastern Spain. Vegetatio, 30:15-32. doi:10.1007/BF00039980
    3. Noble, M.G., Lawrence, D.B., Streveler, G.P. 1984. Sphagnum invasion beneath an evergreen forest canopy in southeastern Alaska. The Bryologist, 87:119-127.
    4. Walker, D.A. 1984. Permafrost: Fourth International Conference, Proceedings. Reviewed in Arctic and Alpine Research, 16:(1):127-128. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1983

    1. Brown, J., Kreig, R.A. 1983. Guidebook to permafrost and related features along the Elliot and Dalton highways, Fox to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys. Fairbanks, AK. 4. 230 . (Print copy) (PDF)
    2. Fetcher, N. 1983. Optimal life-history characteristics and vegetative demography in Eriophorum vaginatum. Journal of Ecology, 71:561-570. (PDF)
    3. Fetcher, N., Shaver, G.R. 1983. Life histories of tillers of Eriophorum vaginatum in relation to tundra disturbance. Journal of Ecology, 71:131-147. (PDF)
    4. Glaser, P.H. 1983. Vegetation patterns in the North Black River peatland, northern Minnesota. Canadian Journal of Botany, 61:2085-2104.
    5. Klinger, L.F., Walker, D.A., Walker, M.D., Webber, P.J. 1983. The effects of a gravel road on adjacent tundra vegetation. In: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (eds.), Prudhoe Bay Waterflood Project Environmental Monitoring Program 1982, pp. 162. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Anchorage, AK.
    6. McGraw, J.B., Antonovics, J. 1983. Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes. I. Ecotypic differentiation and life-cycle stages of selection. Journal of Ecology, 71:879-897. (PDF)
    7. McGraw, J.B., Antonovics, J. 1983. Experimental ecology of Dryas octopetala ecotypes. II. A demographic model of growth, branching and fecundity. Journal of Ecology, 71:899-912. (PDF)
    8. Moses, T.A., Walker, D.A. 1983. Chapter 6: Surface hydrology. In: D.M. Troy (ed.) Prudhoe Bay Unit-Eileen West End Environmental Studies Program, Summer 1982. LGL Alaska Research Associates, Inc.: Fairbanks, AK. pp. 14.
    9. Walker, D.A., Everett, K.R., Webber, P.J. 1983. Chapter 2: Geobotany. In: D.M. Troy (eds.) Prudhoe Bay Unit-Eileen West End Environmental Studies Program, Summer 1982. LGL Research Associates, Inc. Fairbanks, AK. pp. 77.
  1. 1982

    1. Burns, S.J., Tonkin, P.J. 1982. Soil-geomorphic models and the spatial distribution and development of alpine soils. In: C.E. Thorn (eds.), Space and Time in Geomorphology, pp. 25-43. Allen and Unwin. London, UK.
    2. Clymo, R.S., Hayward, P.M. 1982. The ecology of Sphagnum. In: A. J. F. Smith (ed.), Bryophyte ecology, pp. 229-289. Chapman and Hall: London-New York.
    3. Daniëls, F.J.A. 1982. Vegetation of the Angmagssalik District, Southeast Greenland, IV. Shrub, dwarf shrub and terricolous lichens. Meddelelser om Grønland, Bioscience, 10:1-78.
    4. Elvebakk, A. 1982. Geological preferences among Svalbard plants. Inter-Nord, 16:11-31.
    5. Guthrie, R.D. 1982. Mammals of the mammoth steppe as paleoenvironmental indicators. In: D.M. Hopkins, J.V. Matthews Jr., C.E. Schweger, S.B. Young (eds.), Paleoecology of Beringia, pp. 307-326. Academic Press. New York, NY. (PDF)
    6. Hamilton, T.D. 1982. A late Pleistocene glacial chronology for the southern Brooks Range -- stratigraphic record and regional significance. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 93:700-716.
    7. Hopkins, D.M. 1982. Aspects of the paleogeography of Beringia during the late Pleistocene. In: D.M. Hopkins, J.V. Matthews Jr., C.E. Schweger, S.B. Young (eds.) Paleoecology of Beringia. Academic Press. New York. pp. 3-28.
    8. Keeney, D.R., Nelson, D.W. 1982. Nitrogen - inorganic forms. In: A.L. Page, R.H. Miller, and D.R. Keeney (eds.) Methods of soil analysis, Part II: Chemical and microbiological properties.. Madison, WI. pp. 643-698.
    9. Klute, A., Page, A.L. 1982. Methods of soil analysis. American Society of Agronomy: Soil Science Society of America. Madison, WI. 2nd ed. . ( listing)
    10. Miller, P.C. 1982. Environmental and vegetational variation across a snow accumulation area in montane tundra in central Alaska. Holarctic Ecology, 5:85-98.
    11. Nelson, D.W., Sommers, L.E. 1982. Total carbon, organic carbon and organic matter. In: A.L. Page, R.H. Miller, D.R. Keeney (eds.) Methods of Soil Analysis, Part 2. Chemical and Microbiological Properties. American Society of Agronomy: Soil Science Society of America. Madison, WI. 2nd.
    12. Ostler, W.K., Harper, K.T., McKnight, K.B., Anderson, D.C. 1982. The effects of increasing snowpack on a subalpine meadow in the Uinta Mountains, Utah, U.S.A.. Arctic and Alpine Research, 14:203-214.
    13. Page, A.L., Miller, R.H., Keeney, D.R. 1982. Methods of soil analysis, Part 2. Chemical and microbiological properties. American Society of Agronomy, Inc. and Soil Science Society of America, Inc. Madison, WI. 1159 .
    14. Thomas, G.W. 1982. Exchangeable cations. In: A.L. Page, R.H. Miller, D.R. Keeney (eds.) Methods of soil analysis, Part 2. Chemical and microbiological properties. American Society of Agronomy and Soil Science Society of America. Madison, WI..
    15. Walker, D.A., Everett, K.R., Acevedo, W., Gaydos, L., Brown, J., Webber, P.J. 1982. Landsat assisted environmental mapping in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. In: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (eds.) Draft environmental impact statement and draft regulations for the proposed oil and gas exploration within the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. Department of the Interior. Washington, D.C. pp. 829-890 with 3 maps.
    16. Yurtsev, B.A. 1982. Relics of the xerophyte vegetation of Beringia in northeastern Asia. In: D.M. Hopkins, J.V. Matthews Jr., C.E. Schweger, S.B. Young (eds.) Paleoecology of Beringia. Academic Press. New York. pp. 157-177.
  1. 1981

    1. Barry, R.G. 1981. Mountain Weather and Climate. Methuen. London. 313 . ( listing)
    2. Box, E.O. 1981. Macroclimate and Plant Forms: An Introduction to Predictive Modeling in Phytogeography. Dr. W. Junk. The Hague. 258 .
    3. Glaser, P.H., Wheeler, G.A., Gorham, E., Wright, H.E., Jr. 1981. The patterned mires of the Red Lake peatland, northern Minnesota: vegetation, water chemistry and landforms. Journal of Ecology, 69:575-599.
    4. Racine, C.H. 1981. Tundra fire effects on soils and three plant communities along a hill-slope gradient in the Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Arctic, 34:71-84.
    5. Walker, D.A. 1981. Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. In: L.C. Bliss, O.W. Heal, J.J. Moore (eds.) Tundra ecosystems: a comparative analysis. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK. pp. 766-676.
    6. Walker, D.A., Short, S.K., Andrews, J.T., Webber, P.J. 1981. Late Holocene pollen and present-day vegetation, Prudhoe Bay and Atigun River, Alaskan North Slope. Arctic and Alpine Research, 13:(2):153-172. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1980

    1. Alexandrova, V.D. 1980. The Arctic and Antarctic: Their Division into Geobotanical Areas. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. 247 . (Purchase book)
    2. Batzli, G.O. 1980. Patterns of vegetation and herbivory in arctic tundra: results from the research on arctic tundra environments (RATE) program. Arctic and Alpine Research, 12:(4):401-588.
    3. Chapin, F.S., III, Johnson, D.A., McKendrick, J.D. 1980. Seasonal movement of nutrients in plants of differing growth form in an Alaskan tundra ecosystem: implications for herbivory. Journal of Ecology, 68:189-209. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    4. Everett, K.R. 1980. Distribution and variability of soils near Atkasook, Alaska. Arctic and Alpine Research, 12:433-446.
    5. Gersper, P.L., Alexander, V., Barkley, L.A., Barsdate, R.J., Flint, P.S. 1980. The soils and their nutrients. In: J. Brown, P.C. Miller, L.L. Tieszen, F.L. Bunnell (eds.), An Arctic Ecosystem: The Coastal Tundra at Barrow, Alaska, pp. 219-254. Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Inc. Stroudsburg, PA. (Woods Hole Open Access Server) (PDF)
    6. Hill, M.O., Gauch, H.G. 1980. Detrended correspondence analysis, an improved ordination technique. Vegetatio, 42:47-58.
    7. Komárková, V., Webber, P.J. 1980. Two Low Arctic vegetation maps near Atkasook, Alaska. Arctic and Alpine Research, 12:447-472.
    8. Walker, D.A. 1980. Haul road mapping. In: P.J. Webber (eds.), Vegetation mapping and response to disturbances in northern Alaska, pp. 72. U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL), Hanover, NH..
    9. Washburn, A.L. 1980. Geocryology: A Survey of Periglacial Processes and Environments. Halsted Press, John Wiley and Sons. New York. 406 .
    10. Webber, P.J., Miller, P.C., Chapin, F.S., III, McCown, B.H. 1980. The vegetation: pattern and succession. In: Brown, J., Miller, P.C., Tieszen, L.L., Bunnell, F.L. (eds.) An Arctic Ecosystem: The Coastal Tundra at Barrow, Alaska. Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross. Stroudsburg, PA. pp. 186-218. doi:10.1575/1912/222 (Woods Hole Open Access Server) (PDF)
  1. 1979

    1. Bell, K.L., Bliss, L.C. 1979. Autecology of Kobresia bellardii: Why winter snow accumulation limits local distribution. Ecological Monographs, 49:377-402.
    2. Dick, W.A., Tabatabai, M.A. 1979. Ion chromatographic determination of sulfate and nitrate in soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 43:(5):899-904. (Abstract)
    3. Ellis, J.M., Calkin, P.E. 1979. Nature and distribution of glaciers, neoglacial moraines, and rock glaciers, east-central Brooks Range, Alaska. Arctic and Alpine Research, 11:403-420. (PDF)
    4. Hamilton, T.D. 1979. Late Cenozoic glaciations and erosion intervals, north-central Brooks Range. In: K.M. Johnson, J.R. Williams (eds.), The United States Geological Survey in Alaska: Accomplishments during 1978, 804-B, pp. B27-B29. U.S. Geological Survey. Arlington, VA. (PDF)
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    6. Leverich, W.J. 1979. Age-specific survivorship and reproduction in Phlox drummondii. American Naturalist, 113:(6):881-903. (JSTOR) (PDF)
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    8. Ugolini, F.C., Mann, D.H. 1979. Biopedological origins of peatlands in southeast Alaska. Nature, 281:366-368.
    9. Walker, D.A., Webber, P.J. 1979. Relationship of soil acidity and air temperature to the wind and vegetation at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Arctic, 32:(3):224-236. (Abstract) (PDF)
  1. 1978

    1. Flock, J.W. 1978. Lichen-bryophyte distribution along a snow-cover-soil-moisture gradient, Niwot Ridge, Colorado. Arctic and Alpine Research, 10:31-47.
    2. Hrapko, J.O., LaRoi, G.H. 1978. The alpine tundra vegetation of Signal Mountain, Jasper National Park. Canadian Journal of Botany, 56:309-332.
    3. Walker, D.A., Webber, P.J., Everett, K.R., Brown, J. 1978. Effects of crude and diesel spills on plant communities at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, and the derivation of oil spill sensitivity maps. Arctic, 31:(3):242-259. (Abstract) (PDF)
    4. Webber, P.J. 1978. Spatial and temporal variation in the vegetation and its productivity, Barrow, Alaska. In: L.L. Tieszen (ed.), Vegetation and Production Ecology of an Alaskan Arctic Tundra, pp. 37-112. Springer-Verlag: New York, NY. (PDF)
    5. Westhoff, V., van der Maarel, E. 1978. The Braun-Blanquet approach. In: Whittaker, R.H. (ed.) , Classification of Plant Communities, pp. 287-399. W. Junk: Den Haag, Netherlands. (PDF)
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  1. 1977

    1. Everett, K.R., Parkinson, R.J. 1977. Soil and landform associations, Prudhoe Bay area, Alaska. Arctic and Alpine Research, 9:1-19.
    2. Rebristaya, O.V. 1977. Flora of the East of Bolshezemelskaya Tundra. Nauka. Leningrad. .
    3. Tedrow, J.C.F. 1977. The tundra zone and its soils. In: Soils of the Polar Landscapes. Rutgers University Press: New Brunswick, NJ, pp. 145-196. (PDF)
    4. Walker, D.A., Everett, K.R., Webber, P.J. 1977. Observations at the Prudhoe Bay rolligon site one year following the test. Attachment G. In: P.J. Webber, D.A. Walker, V. Komárková, J.J. Ebersole (eds.) Baseline Monitoring Methods and Sensitivity Analysis of Alaskan Arctic Tundra. Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. Hanover, NH. pp. 19.
    5. Werner, P.A., Caswell, H. 1977. Population growth rates and age versus stage-distribution models for teasel (Dipsacus sylvestris Huds.). Ecology, 58:(5):1103-1111. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1976

    1. Black, R.F. 1976. Periglacial features indicative of permafrost: Ice and soil wedges. Quaternary Research, 6(1):3-26. doi:10.1016/0033-5894(76)90037-5 (Abstract)
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  1. 1975

    1. Hamilton, T.D., Porter, S.C. 1975. Itkillik glaciation in the Brooks Range, northern Alaska. Quaternary Research, 5:471-497. doi:10.1016/0033-5894(75)90012-5 (Abstract)
    2. Staff, U.S.T.S.S. 1975. Soil Taxonomy: A Basic System of Soil Classification for Making and Interpreting Soil Surveys. Soil Conservation Service, US Department of Agriculture (USDA). Washington, D.C. Agriculture Handbook No. 436. .
    3. Vitt, D.H., Crum, H., Snider, J. 1975. The vertical distribution of Sphagnum species in hummockhollow complexes in northern Michigan. Mich Bot, 14:190-200.
    4. Webber, P.J., Walker, D.A. 1975. Vegetation and landscape analysis at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska: a vegetation map of the Tundra Biome study area. In: J. Brown (ed.), Ecological investigations of the Tundra Biome in the Prudhoe Bay region, Alaska, pp. 81-91. University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. (Permanent link) (PDF)
    5. Webber, P.J., Walker, D.A., Rowley, F. 1975. Gradient analysis of plant growth forms. In: J. Brown (eds.) Ecological and limnological reconnaissances from Prudhoe Bay into the Brooks Range, Alaska. pp. 31-35. (PDF)
  1. 1974

    1. Mueller-Dombois, L.D. Ellenberg, H. 1974. Chapter 6, Measuring Species Quantities. In: Aims and Methods of Vegetation Ecology. John Wiley and Sons. New York. pp. 67-92. (PDF)
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    3. Mueller-Dombois, L.D. Ellenberg, H. 1974. Chapter 5, Community Sampling: The Relevé Method. In: Aims and Methods of Vegetation Ecology. John Wiley and Sons. New York. pp. 45-66. (PDF)
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    5. Sage, B.L. 1974. Ecological distribution of birds in the Atigun and Sagavanirktok river valleys, arctic Alaska. Canadian Field-Naturalist, 88:281-291.
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  1. 1973

    1. Billings, W.D. 1973. Arctic and alpine vegetations: similarities, differences, and susceptibility to disturbances. BioScience, 23:697-704.
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  1. 1972

    1. Lambert, J.D.H. 1972. Vegetation patterns in the Mackenzie Delta area, Northwest Territories. In: D.E. Kerfoot (eds.) Mackenzie delta monograph. Brock Univ., St. Catharines. Ontario. pp. 51-68.
  1. 1971

    1. Young, S.B. 1971. The vascular flora of St. Lawrence Island with special reference to floristic zonation in the arctic regions. Contributions from the Gray Herbarium, 201:11-115. (Purchase PDF)
  1. 1970

    1. Heinselman, M.L. 1970. Landscape evolution, peatland types, and the environment in the Lake Agassiz Peatlands Natural Area, Minnesota. Ecological Monographs, 40:235-261.
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  1. 1968

    1. Whittaker, R.H., Neiring, W.A. 1968. Vegetation of the Santa Catalina Mountains, Arizona. IV. Limestone and acid soils. Journal of Ecology, 56:(2):523-544. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1966

    1. Holowaychuk, N., Petro, J., Finney, H.R., Farnham, R.S., Gersper, P.L. 1966. Soils of Ogotoruk Creek watershed. In: N. J. Wilimovsky, J. N. Wolfe (eds.), The Environment of the Cape Thompson region, Alaska, pp. 221-273. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Oak Ridge, TN.
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  1. 1965

    1. Braun-Blanquet, J. 1965. Plant Sociology: The Study of Plant Communities. Hafner. London. 439 .
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  1. 1964

    1. Braun-Blanquet, J. 1964. Pflanzensoziologie: grundzüge der vegetationskunde. Springer: Wien, New York.
    2. Porter, S.C. 1964. Late Pleistocene glacial chronology of north-central Brooks Range, Alaska. American Journal of Science, 262:446-460.
  1. 1962

    1. Bliss, L.C. 1962. Adaptation of arctic and alpine plants. Biol. Rev., 43:481-529.
    2. Clymo, R.S. 1962. An experimental approach to part of the calcicole problem. Journal of Ecology, 50:(3):707-731. (JSTOR) (PDF)
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  1. 1961

    1. Mooney, H.A., Billings, W.D. 1961. Comparative physiological ecology of arctic and alpine populations of Oxyria digyna. Ecological Monographs, 31:(1):1-29. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1959

    1. Billings, W.D., Bliss, L.C. 1959. An alpine snowbank environment and its effects on vegetation, plant development, and productivity. Ecology, 40:388-397.
  1. 1958

    1. Detterman, R.L., Bowsher, A.L., Dutro, J.T., Jr. 1958. Glaciation on the arctic slope of the Brooks Range, northern Alaska. Arctic, 11:43-61.
    2. Jackson, M.L. 1958. Soil chemical analysis. Prentice-Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, NJ. 20.
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  1. 1957

    1. Bliss, L.C., Cantlon, J.E. 1957. Succession on river alluvium in northern Alaska. The American Midland Naturalist, 58(2):452-469. (JSTOR)
    2. Bray, R.J., Curtis, J.T. 1957. An ordination of the upland forest communities of southern Wisconsin. Ecological Monographs, 27(4):325-349. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1956

    1. Bliss, L.C. 1956. A comparison of plant development in microenvironments of arctic and alpine tundras. Ecological Monographs, 26(4):303-337.
    2. Cottam, C., Curtis, J.T. 1956. The use of distance measures in phytosociologial sampling. Ecology, 37:451-460. (JSTOR) (PDF)
    3. Whittaker, R.H. 1956. Vegetation of the Great Smoky Montains. Ecological Monographs, 26(1):1-80. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1955

    1. Churchill, E.D. 1955. Phytosociological and environmental characteristics of some plant communities in the Umiat region of Alaska. Ecology, 36:(4):606-627. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1954

    1. Böcher, T.W. 1954. Oceanic and continental vegetational complexes in southwest Greenland. Meddelelser om Grønland, 148:1-336.
  1. 1953

    1. Detterman, R.L. 1953. Sagavanirktok-Anaktuvuk region, northern Alaska. In: T.L. and others Péwé (eds.), Multiple Glaciation in Alaska, pp. 11-12.
    2. Hanson, H.C. 1953. Vegetation types in northwestern Alaska and comparisons with communities in other arctic regions. Ecology, 34(1):111-148. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1952

    1. Billings, W.D. 1952. The environmental complex in relation to plant growth and distribution. Quarterly Review of Biology, 27:251-265. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1951

    1. Hanson, H.C. 1951. Characteristics of some grassland, marsh, and other plant communities in western Alaska. Ecological Monographs, 21:317-378.
    2. Major, J. 1951. A functional, factorial approach to plant ecology. Ecology, 32:392-412.
    3. Polunin, N. 1951. The real Arctic: suggestions for its delimitation, subdivision and characterization. Journal of Ecology, 39:308-315. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1941

    1. Jenny, H. 1941. Factors of soil formation. McGraw Hill. New York. 281.
    2. Sorensen, T. 1941. Temperature relations and phenology of the northeast Greenland flowering plants. Meddelelser om Grønland, Bd. 125(9):1-315.
  1. 1937

    1. Hultén, E. 1937. Outline of the History of Arctic and Boreal Biota During the Quaternary Period; Their evolution during and after the glacial period as indicated by the equiformal progressive areas of present plant species. Strauss and Cramer. Germany. 168 (plus 43 plates). ( listing)
  1. 1936

    1. Clements, F.E. 1936. Nature and structure of the climax. Journal of Ecology, 24:252-284. (JSTOR) (PDF)
  1. 1935

    1. Milne, G. 1935. Some suggested units for classification and mapping of complex soil associations, particularly for East African soils. Soil Research, 4:183-198.
  1. 1932

    1. Ellis, J.H. 1932. A field classification of soils for use in the soil survey. Sci. Agr., 12:338-345.
  1. 1928

    1. Auer, V. 1928. Some future problems of peat bog investigations in Canada. Commentations Forestales, 1:1-31.
    2. Clements, F. E. 1928. Nature and structure of the climax. Journal of Ecology, 24:252-284. (Stable URL) (PDF)
  1. 1927

    1. Vysotsky, G.N. 1927. Theses on soil and moisture (conspectus and terminology). In: Lesovedenie (eds.) Sbornik Lesnogo Obschestva v Leningrade. Leningrad. pp. 67-79 (In Russian)..
  1. 1926

    1. Gleason, H.A. 1926. The individualistic concept of the plant association. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 53(1):7-26. (JSTOR) (PDF)

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