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Hino, Miyuki, Christopher B. Field, and Katharine J. Mach. 2017. “Managed Retreat as a Response to Natural Hazard Risk.” NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE 7 (5). NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP: 364-?

Badgley, Grayson, Christopher B. Field, and Joseph A. Berry. 2017. “Canopy near-Infrared Reflectance and Terrestrial Photosynthesis.” Science Advances 3 (3).

Field, Christopher B., and Katharine J. Mach. 2017. “Rightsizing Carbon Dioxide Removal.” Science (New York, N.Y.) 356 (6339): 706–7.

Mach, Katharine J., and Christopher B. Field. 2017. “Toward the Next Generation of Assessment.” ANNUAL REVIEW OF ENVIRONMENT AND RESOURCES, VOL 42 42. ANNUAL REVIEWS: 569–97.

Strong, Aaron L., Tera P. Johnson, Nona R. Chiariello, and Christopher B. Field. 2017. “Experimental Fire Increases Soil Carbon Dioxide Efflux in a Grassland Long-Term Multifactor Global Change Experiment.” Global Change Biology 23 (5): 1975–87.


Zhu, Kai, Nona R. Chiariello, Todd Tobeck, Tadashi Fukami, and Christopher B. Field. 2016. “Nonlinear, Interacting Responses to Climate Limit Grassland Production under Global Change.” PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 113 (38). NATL ACAD SCIENCES: 10589–94.

Hallegatte, Stephane, Joeri Rogelj, Myles Allen, Leon Clarke, Ottmar Edenhofer, et al. 2016. “Mapping the Climate Change Challenge.” NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE 6 (7). NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP: 663–68.

Le Roux, Xavier, Nicholas J. Bouskill, Audrey Niboyet, Laure Barthes, Paul Dijkstra, et al. 2016. “Predicting the Responses of Soil Nitrite-Oxidizers to Multi-Factorial Global Change: A Trait-Based Approach.” FRONTIERS IN MICROBIOLOGY 7. FRONTIERS MEDIA SA.

Ravi, Sujith, Jordan Macknick, David Lobell, Christopher Field, Karthik Ganesan, et al. 2016. “Colocation Opportunities for Large Solar Infrastructures and Agriculture in Drylands.” APPLIED ENERGY 165. ELSEVIER SCI LTD: 383–92.

McManus, Kelly M., Gregory P. Asner, Roberta E. Martin, Kyle G. Dexter, W. John Kress, et al. 2016. “Phylogenetic Structure of Foliar Spectral Traits in Tropical Forest Canopies.” REMOTE SENSING 8 (3). MDPI AG.

Buizer, James L., Kirstin Dow, Mary E. Black, Katharine L. Jacobs, Anne Waple, et al. 2016. “Building a Sustained Climate Assessment Process.” CLIMATIC CHANGE 135 (1). SPRINGER: 23–37.


Oster, Marina, John J. Beck, Robert E. Furrow, Kara Yeung, and Christopher B. Field. 2015. “In-Field Yellow Starthistle (Centaurea Solstitialis) Volatile Composition under Elevated Temperature and CO2 and Implications for Future Control.” CHEMOECOLOGY 25 (6). SPRINGER BASEL AG: 313–23.

Duffy, Philip B., Paulo Brando, Gregory P. Asner, and Christopher B. Field. 2015. “Projections of Future Meteorological Drought and Wet Periods in the Amazon.” PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 112 (43). NATL ACAD SCIENCES: 13172–77.

Anderegg, William RL, Alan Flint, Cho-Ying Huang, Lorraine Flint, Joseph A. Berry, et al. 2015. “Tree Mortality Predicted from Drought-Induced Vascular Damage.” NATURE GEOSCIENCE 8 (5). NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP: 367–71.


Dahlin, Kyla M., Gregory P. Asner, and Christopher B. Field. 2014. “Linking Vegetation Patterns to Environmental Gradients and Human Impacts in a Mediterranean-Type Island Ecosystem.” LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY 29 (9). SPRINGER: 1571–85.

Oster, Marina, Lincoln Smith, John J. Beck, Abigail Howard, and Christopher B. Field. 2014. “Orientation Behavior of Predaceous Ground Beetle Species in Response to Volatile Emissions Identified from Yellow Starthistle Damaged by an Invasive Slug.” ARTHROPOD-PLANT INTERACTIONS 8 (5). SPRINGER: 429–37.

Anderegg, William RL, Leander DL Anderegg, Joseph A. Berry, and Christopher B. Field. 2014. “Loss of Whole-Tree Hydraulic Conductance during Severe Drought and Multi-Year Forest Die-Off.” OECOLOGIA 175 (1). SPRINGER: 11–23.

Broadbent, Eben N., Angelica MAlmeyda Zambrano, Gregory P. Asner, Christopher B. Field, Brad E. Rosenheim, et al. 2014. “Linking Rainforest Ecophysiology and Microclimate through Fusion of Airborne LiDAR and Hyperspectral Imagery.” ECOSPHERE 5 (5). ECOLOGICAL SOC AMER.

Ravi, Sujith, David B. Lobell, and Christopher B. Field. 2014. “Tradeoffs and Synergies between Biofuel Production and Large Solar Infrastructure in Deserts.” Environmental Science & Technology 48 (5): 3021–30.

Funk, Jason M., Christopher B. Field, Suzi Kerr, and Adam Daigneault. 2014. “Modeling the Impact of Carbon Farming on Land Use in a New Zealand Landscape.” ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & POLICY 37. ELSEVIER SCI LTD: 1–10.

Hernandez, Rebecca R., Madison K. Hoffacker, and Christopher B. Field. 2014. “Land-Use Efficiency of Big Solar.” ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 48 (2). AMER CHEMICAL SOC: 1315–23.