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Ricketts TH, Lonsdorf EV. Mapping the Margin: Comparing Marginal Values of Tropical Forest Remnants for Pollination Services. Ecological Applications [Internet]. 2013. Available from: http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/12-1600.1
Anderson I, Hargy J, de Alba P, Dewoolkar MM. Measurement of Residual Strength of Liquefied Soil in Centrifuge Models. In: Hryciw RD, Athanasopoulos-Zekkos A, Yesiller N GeoCongress 2012GeoCongress 2012. GeoCongress 2012GeoCongress 2012. Oakland, California, United StatesReston, VA; 2012. p. 1740 - 1749. Available from: http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/9780784412121.179
Fitgerald E, Haselton B, Marsden E, McCabe DJ. Measuring and Modeling the Effects of Lakeshore Development on Littoral Habitat and Biota in Malletts Bay, Vermont.; 2014 p. .
McCabe DJ, Hayes-Pontius EM, Canepa A, Berry KS, Levine BC. Measuring standardized effect size improves interpretation of biomonitoring studies and facilitates meta-analysis. Freshwater Science. 2012;31(3):800-812.
Marshall JS, Chesnutt CKW, Udaykumar HS. Mesoscale Analysis Of Blood Flow. In: Image-based Computational Modeling of the Human Circulatory and Pulmonary Systems. Image-based Computational Modeling of the Human Circulatory and Pulmonary Systems. New York Dordrecht Heidelberg London; 2011. p. . Available from: http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=QwTSbXL5fA8C&oi=fnd&pg=PA235&dq=Mesoscale+Analysis+Of+Blood+Flow&ots=AXLUfOIcCp&sig=SZnMB46reS1rAZf7vD0hXW1WYHc#v=onepage&q=Mesoscale%20Analysis%20Of%20Blood%20Flow&f=false
Borg JL, Bierman PR, Dewoolkar MM. Meteoric 10Be adhered to suspended sediment: source and transport dynamics in a large New England watershed. Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface. 2013.
Larouche JR, Bowden WB, Giordano R, Flinn MB, Crump BC. Microbial Biogeography of Arctic Streams: Exploring Influences of Lithology and Habitat. Frontiers in Microbiology. 2012;3:1-9.
Larouche JR, Bowden WB, Giordano R. Microbial biogeography of streams in the Feniak Lake region, Noatak National Preserve. Alaska: Exploring influences of lithology and habitat. 2009.
Genter R, Minkoff D, Murphy A, Hokenberg J, Luther M, Harris E. Microbial source tracking of E. coli employing ribotyping in the Lamoille River basin, VT. New England Association of Environmental Biologists annual meeting. 2014.
Byron CJ, Pershing AJ, Stockwell JD, Xue H, Kocik J. Migration model of post-smolt Atlantic salmon ( Salmo salar ) in the Gulf of Maine. Fisheries Oceanography [Internet]. 2014;23(2):172 - 189. Available from: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/fog.12052/pdf
Chicakly K, Bowden WB, Eppstein MJ. Minimization of Cost, Sediment Load, and Sensitivity to Climate Change in a Watershed Management Application. Environmental Modelling and Software [Internet]. 2013. Available from: http://www.cs.uvm.edu/~meppstei/personal/ENVSOFT-D-12-00635AsAccepted.pdf
Giles CD, Isles PDF, Xu Y, Druschel GK, Schroth AW. The mobility of phosphorus and metals in the sediment-water continuum of a shallow freshwater lake under stratified and mixed water-column conditions. Limnol. Oceanogr. 2014.
Tsai Y, Zia A, Koliba C, Bucini G, Guilbert J, Beckage B. Modeling Landowners' Decisions on Land-use Transitions using A Generic Land-use Agent-based Model. Land Use Policy. 2014.
Bomblies A. Modeling the role of rainfall patterns in seasonal malaria transmission. Climatic Change. 2012.
Bomblies A. Modeling the role of rainfall patterns in seasonal malaria transmission. Climatic Change [Internet]. 2012;112(3-4):673 - 685. Available from: http://www.springerlink.com/content/w2t2736285427465/fulltext.pdf
Voigt B, Gustafson C, Erickson JD. Modeling Zoonotic Disease Regulation under Climate Change Scenarios in Semi-Arid Grasslands: a scoping model of water provisioning services in the Ruaha Landscape of Tanzania. Adapting Livestock to Climate Change Collaborative Research Support Program, Research Brief [Internet]. 2012;RB-08-2012. Available from: http://lcccrsp.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/RB_08_2012.pdf
Xu Y, Schroth AW, Rizzo DM. Modifying the fundamental framework of lake trophic status assessment through an integration of advanced statistical approach: Application to Lake Champlain. Limnology and Oceanography. 2014.
Beckage B, Kauffman S, Zia A, Koliba C, Gross LJ. More complex complexity: exploring the nature of computational irreducibility across physical, biological, and human social systems. In: Irreducibility and Computational Equivalence: Wolfram Science 10 Years After the Publication of A New Kind of Science. Vol. 2. Irreducibility and Computational Equivalence: Wolfram Science 10 Years After the Publication of A New Kind of Science. ; 2013. p. 79-88. Available from: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-35482-3_7#page-2
Wade MJ, Wilson DS, Goodnight CJ, Taylor D, Bar-Yam Y, de Aguiar MAM, Stacey B, Werfel J, Hoelzer GA, Brodie III ED, et al. Multilevel and kin selection in a connected world. Nature [Internet]. 2010;463(7283):E8 - E9. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3151728/pdf/nihms306839.pdf
Pechenick A, Rizzo DM, Morrissey LA, Garvey K, Underwood K, Wemple B. A multi-scale approach to assess the hydrological connectivity of road and stream networks. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 2014.
Pechenick A, Rizzo DM, Morrissey LA, Garvey K, Underwood K, Wemple B. A multi-scale approach to assessing the hydrological connectivity of road and stream networks. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 2013.

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