Publications

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2020

  • "A multi-year constraint on ammonia emissions and deposition within the U.S. Corn Belt", C. Hu, T.J. Griffis et al., (to be submitted)
  • "Aircraft-based inversions quantify the importance of wetlands and livestock for Upper Midwest methane emissions" Xueying et al., (submitted)
  • "Impacts of vegetation phenology on aerodynamic resistance and sensible heat flux: A continental-scale synthesis using data from AmeriFlux and PhenoCam", A.M. Young et al., (submitted)
  • "Modern dairy forage production practices result in unsustainable carbon losses" J.D. Gamble, G.W. Feyereisen, T.J. Griffis, C.D. Wente, and J.M. Baker (submitted)
  • "Anthropogenic and natural controls on atmospheric δ13C-CO2 variations in the Yangtze River Delta: Insights from a carbon isotope modeling framework" C. Hu et al., (submitted)
  • "Biophysical controls on the carbon source and sink behavior of an ephemeral lake" X. Zhao et al., (submitted)
  • "Atmospheric CO2 observations reveal negative warming impact on summer carbon uptake in the U.S. Corn Belt" Z. Yu, T.J. Griffis, and J.M. Baker (submitted)
  • "Biases in open-path carbon dioxide flux measurements: Roles of instrument surface heat exchange and analyzer temperature sensitivity", M.J. Deventer et al., (submitted)
  • "Hydrometeorological sensitivities of net ecosystem carbon dioxide and methane exchange of an Amazonian palm swamp peatland", T.J. Griffis et al., (submitted)
  • "Climate sensitivity of peatland methane emissions mediated by seasonal hydrologic dynamics" X. Feng, M. J. Deventer, R. Lonchar, G.H. Ng, S.D.
    Sebestyen, D. T. Roman, T.J. Griffis, D.B. Millet, and R.K. Kolka (Geophysical Research Letters, in press)
  • “ECOSTRESS: NASA's next generation mission to measure evapotranspiration from the International Space Station”, J.B. Fisher et al., (Water Resources Research, 2020, 56, e2019WR026058)
  • "Redefining droughts for the U.S. Corn Belt: the dominant role of VPD over soil moisture in regulating stomatal behavior of Maize and Soybean" Kimm et al., (Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2020, 287, 107930, doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2020.107930)
  • "Modeling the sources and transport processes during extreme ammonia episodes in the US Corn Belt", C. Hu, T.J. Griffis, J.M. Baker, J.D. Wood, D.B. Millet and X. Lee (Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 2020, 125, e2019JD031207, doi.org/10.1029/2019JD031207)
  • "Top-down constraints on methane point source emissions from animal agriculture and waste based on GEM airborne measurements in the US Upper Midwest", X. Yu, D. B. Millet, K.C. Wells, T.J. Griffis, X. Chen, J.M. Baker, S. A. Conley, M.L. Smith, A. Gvakharia, E.A. Kort, G. Plant, and J.D. Wood (Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences, 2020, 125, e2019JG005429. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JG005429)

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2006

  • "Interpreting the dependence of soil respiration on soil temperature and water content in a boreal aspen stand." D.Gaumont-Guay, T.A.Black, T.J.Griffis, A.G.Barr, R.S.Jassal and Z.Nesic. (Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2006, 140:220-235)
  • "Influence of temperature and drought on seasonal and interannual variations of soil, bole and ecosystem respiration in a boreal aspen stand." D.Gaumont-Guay, T.A.Black, T.J.Griffis, A.G.Barr, K.Morgenstern, R.S.Jassal and Z.Nesic. (Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2006, 140:203-219)
  • "Response of Net Ecosystem Productivity of Three Boreal Forest Stands to Drought." N.Kljun, T.A.Black, T.J.Griffis, A.G.Barr, D.Gaumont-Guay, K.Morgenstern, J.H.McCaughey and Z.Nesic. (Ecosystems, 2006, 9: 1128-1144)
  • "Using Continuous Stable Isotope Measurements to Partition Net Ecosystem CO2 Exchange." J.Zhang, T.J.Griffis, and J.M.Baker. (Plant, Cell and Environment, 2006, 29: 483-496)

2005

2004

  • "Seasonal Variation and Partitioning of Ecosystem Respiration in a Southern Boreal Aspen Forest." T.J.Griffis, T.A.Black, D.Gaumont-Guay, G.Drewitt, K.Morgenstern, Z.Nesic, A.Barr (Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2004, 125:207-223)
  • "Measuring Field-Scale Isotopic CO2 Fluxes with Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy and Micrometeorological Techniques." T.J.Griffis, J.M.Baker, S.Sargent, B.Tanner and J.Zhang (Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2004, 124:15-29)
  • "Sensitivity and uncertainty of the carbon balance of a pacific northwest douglas-fir forest during an El Nino/La Nina cycle" K. Morgenstern, T. A. Black, E. R. Humphreys, T. J. Griffis, G. B. Drewitt T. Cai, Z. Nesic, D.L. Spittlehouse, and N.J. Livingston, (Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2004, 123: 201-219) (Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2004, 123:201-219)

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2001

2000

  • "Synoptic and Surface Climatology Interactions in the Central Canadian Arctic: Normal and El Nino Seasons." R.M. Petrone, T.J. Griffis, and W.R. Rouse. (Physical Geography, 2000, 20: 368-384)
  • "Controls on Energy and Carbon Fluxes from High Latitude Terrestrial Surfaces." W.R. Rouse, P.M. Lafleur, and T.J. Griffis. (Physical Geography, 2000, 20: 345-367)
  • "Interannual Variablility in Net Ecosystem CO2 Exchange at a Subarctic Fen." T.J.Griffis, W.R.Rouse and J.M.Waddington. (Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2000,14: 1109-1121) Erratum
  • "Scaling Net Ecosystem CO2 Exchange from the Community to Landscape-Level at a Subarctic Sedge Fen." T.J.Griffis, W.R.Rouse, J.M.Waddington (Global Change Biology, 2000, 6:459-473)

1998

1996

  • "Meteorological analysis of daily maximum ground-level ozone for the Niagara Region." A. B. Shaw and T. J. Griffis. (Physical Geography, 1996, 17: 371-399)