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Constraining urban-to-global scale estimates of black carbon distributions, sources, regional climate impacts, and co-benefit metrics with advanced coupled dynamic - chemical transport - adjoint models. 2016..
Influences of historical and projected changes in climate and land management practices on nutrient fluxes in the Mississippi River Basin, 1948-2100. 2016..
This is the Anthropocene, and we're not just input files anymore: coupling urban Human and Earth Systems models for decision support. 2016..
Identifying a Safe Operating Space for Humanity at the urban scale using high-throughput environmental modeling. 2016..