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CURRICULUM VITAE: F. Stuart Chapin, III

http://terrychapin.org/

Affiliation: Institute of Arctic Biology and Dept. of Biology and Wildlife, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK 99775 and Institute of Sustainable Places, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales CF10 3AT.

Education

            B.A. in Biology, Swarthmore College, l966

            Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, Stanford University, l973

Honors Received

Guggenheim Fellowship, l979-l980; Member-Ecology Institute (Germany) 1986-; Hill Professor, 1995 (Univ. of Minnesota); Kempe Award for Distinguished Ecologist, 1996 (Univ. of Umea); Usabelli Award (top researcher in all fields; Univ. of Alaska) 2000; AAAS Fellow 2000; Member Swedish Royal Academy of Agriculture and Forestry 2000; Outstanding faculty member, Univ. of Alaska (selected by students) 2002; Member American Academy of Arts and Sciences 2002; Member National Academy of Sciences 2004; US Forest Service Wilderness Research Award on behalf of the Resilience and Adaptation Program, 2006; first UAF Distinguished Professor, 2007, Distinguished Professor Emeritus (2011-); first Ecol. Soc. Amer. Recent Advances Lecture, 2007; Fellow, Beijer Inst. of Ecological Economics, 2007; College award for excellence in graduate student mentoring, 2008; Sustainability Science Award, Ecological Society of America, 2008; Dennis Demmert Award for support of Alaska Native students, 2011; Honorary Fellowship of the Sociedad Cientifica Mexicana de Ecologia, 2011; NREL Award of Excellence in Ecosystem Science, 2011; UAF Lifetime Achievement Award, 2012; Fellow, Ecological Society of America, 2012; SparcS Fellow, Wageningen, 2013; WAISC award (Distinguished Contributions in Science; promoting science in western Alaska, 2014; Honorary Professor, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 2015; Honorary Distinguished Professor, Sustainable Places Research Institute, Cardiff University, 2015; Honorary Doctor of Science, Swarthmore College, 2016; Resilience Alliance Fellow, 2016; Alexander von Humboldt Award, International Association of Vegetation Science, 2017.

Positions Held

Distinguished Professor Emeritus, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2011-, Professor1984-1989 and 1996-2011, Assistant/Assoc. Professor 1973-1984; Honorary Distinguished Professor, Cardiff University 2015-; Professor of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, 1989-98; Assistant Director, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 1981-1983; Visiting Instructor in Biology (Peace Corps) Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, Columbia, 1966-1968.

Professional Activities

National Academy of Sciences

Polar Research Board (1989-93); Global change working group on terrestrial ecosystems, (Chair 1990-93); Global change working group on nutrient and trace gas fluxes (1988-91); Senior Science Advisor: Young Investigator Exchange with Russia (1993-94); NRC Committee on Ecological Impacts of Climate Change (2008); NRC Panel on Climate Change Adaptation (2009-10); NRC Climate Change Education Roundtable (2010-12); NRC Board on Environmental Change and Society (2012-); US Natl Committee for DIVERSITAS (2012-); Committee on preparing for nine billion on the planet (2013); Review of U.S. Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (2015-16).

International Committees

Global Change in Terrestrial Ecosystems (GCTE), Science Steering Comm (1993-99)

Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project (IGAC), High-latitude coordinating committee (1992-95)

International Science Foundation Review Panel: Biospheric Sciences (1993)

National Committees

Arctic System Science (ARCSS) Steering Committee (1998-2002)

ARCSS Land-Atmosphere-Ice Interactions Steering Comm. (1990- 2002); chair (1998-2002)

Editorial Boards 

Ecology and Ecological Monographs (1982-1985); Tree Physiology (1986-88); Oecologia (1985-96); American Naturalist (1990-93); Ecology Series, Academic Press (1988-05); Conservation Ecology (1995-00); Ecosystems (1996-99); Ecology and Society (2003-11); PNAS, Sustainability Science (2012-); Ecosystem Health and Sustainability (Advisory Committee, 2014-)

Ecological Society of America

Mercer Awards Committee (1988-1991; Chair 1989-1991); Eminent Ecologist Awards Committee (1993-96); Council Member at Large (1992-1994); Sustainability Science Award (Chair 2003-06); President (2010-11).

Advisory Boards

Inst. of Arctic and Alpine Research (1989-96); Glacier Bay Science Board 1988-94); National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (1995-98); H.J. Andrews LTER (2001-04); LTER Network, National Advisory Board (2006-09); International Arctic Research Center Advisory Board (2005-11); Board member, Resilience Alliance (2006-11); Beijer Inst. Of Ecological Economics Advisory Board (2012-)

Director

Resilience and Adaptation Program (IGERT, Univ. of Alaska) (2001-11); Principal Investigator, Bonanza Creek LTER site (1996-2010)

Climate Policy Advisory Groups

IPCC 2004, 2007; Co-chair Arctic Transform (European Union and Heinz Center) working group on global arctic governance; NRC Panel on America’s Climate Choices: Panel on Adapting to the Impacts of Climate Change; Member of Alaska Governor’s Sub-cabinet on Climate Change Adaptation; Collaborative discussion with regional and community tribal organizations in Alaska to develop climate-change adaptation options; US National Climate Assessment Advisory Committee (2011-14); IPCC review editor 2012-13.


 REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

 

l. Chapin, F.S., III.  l973.  Morphological and physiological mechanisms of temperature compensation in phosphate absorption along a latitudinal gradient.  Ph.D. Thesis, Stanford Univ., l34 pp.

2. Chapin, F.S., III.  l974.  Phosphate absorption capacity and acclimation potential in plants along a latitudinal gradient.  Science l83:52l-523. 

3. Chapin, F.S., III.  l974.  Morphological and physiological mechanisms of temperature compensation in phosphate absorption along a latitudinal gradient.  Ecology 55:ll80-ll98. 

4. Chapin, F.S., III.  l974.  Effect of low phosphate pretreatment of plant species with different relative growth rates on subsequent phosphate uptake.  Science l86:847. 

5. Chapin, F.S., III, and D.F. Holleman.  l974.  Radioassay of 32P in intact plant roots using Cerenkov radiation detection.  Int. J. Appl. Radiat. Isotopes 25:568-570. 

6. Chapin, F.S., III, K. Van Cleve, and L.L. Tieszen.  l975.  Seasonal nutrient dynamics of tundra vegetation at Barrow, Alaska.  Arct. Alp. Res. 7:209-226. 

7. Chapin, F.S., III, and A. Bloom.  l976. Phosphate absorption: adaptation of tundra graminoids to a low temperature, low phosphorus environment.  Oikos 27:lll-l2l. 

8. Chapin, F.S., III.  l977.  Temperature compensation in phosphate absorption occurring over diverse time scales.  Arct. Alp. Res. 9:l39-l48.

9. Chapin, F.S., III.  l977.  Thermal adaptations of the phosphate absorption process in plants along a latitudinal gradient.  Pages 99-l09 In The Belowground Ecosystem:  A Synthesis of Plant - Associated Processes (J. K. Marshall, ed.).  Range Science Dept. Sciences Series No. 26.  Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins. 

10. Chapin, F.S., III.  l978.  Phosphate uptake and nutrient utilization by Barrow tundra vegetation.  Pp. 483-507 In Vegetation and Production Ecology of an Alaska Arctic Tundra (L. L. Tieszen, ed.).  Springer-Verlag, New York.

11. Chapin, F.S., III, R.J. Barsdate, and D. Barel.  l978.  Phosphorus cycling in Alaskan coastal tundra:  a hypothesis for the regulation of nutrient cycling.  Oikos 3l:l89-l99.

12. Chapin, F.S., III, and K. Van Cleve.  l978.  Nitrogen and phosphorus distribution in an Alaskan tussock tundra ecosystem:  natural patterns and implications for development.  Pp. 738-753 In Environmental Chemistry and Cycling Processes (D. C. Adriano and I. L. Brisbin, eds.).

13. Kedrowski, R.A., and F.S. Chapin, III.  l978.  Comparison of lipid composition of Carex aquatilis from hot spring and permafrost-dominated sites in Alaska: Implications for nutrient requirements.  Physiol. Plant. 44:23l-237.

14. Miller, P.C., W.A. Stoner, L.L. Tieszen, M.L. Allessio, B.H. McCown, F.S. Chapin, III, and G. Shaver.  l978.  A model of carbohydrate, nitrogen and phosphorus allocation and growth in tundra production.  Pp. 577-598 In Vegetation and Production Ecology of an Alaskan Arctic Tundra (L. L. Tiezen, ed.). Springer-Verlag, New York.

15. Chapin, F.S., III.  l979.  Nutrient uptake and utilization by tundra plants.  Pp. 2l5-234 In Comparative Mechanisms of Cold Adaptation (L.S. Underwood, L.L. Tieszen, A.B. Callahan, G.E. Folk, eds.).  Academic Press, New York.

16. Chapin, F.S., III, and M. Slack.  l979.  Effect of defoliation upon root growth, phosphate absorption and respiration in nutrient-limited tundra graminoids.  Oecologia (Berl.) 42:67-79.

17. Chapin, F.S., III., K. Van Cleve, and M.C. Chapin.  l979.  Soil temperature and nutrient cycling in the tussock growth form of Eriophorum vaginatum.  J. Ecol. 67:l69-l89.

18. Shaver, G.A., F.S. Chapin, III, and W.D. Billings.  l979.  Ecotypic differentiation in Carex aquatilis on ice-wedge polygons in the Alaskan coastal tundra.  J. Ecol. 67:l025-l046.

19. Chapin, F.S., III.  l980.  The mineral nutrition of wild plants.  Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. ll:233-260. 

20. Chapin, F.S., III.  l980.  Nutrient allocation and responses to defoliation in tundra plants.  Arct. Alp. Res.  l2:553-563.

21. Chapin, F.S., III, and M.C. Chapin.  l980.  Revegetation of an arctic disturbed site by native tundra species:  Implications for community restoration.  J. Appl. Ecol.  l7:449-456.

22. Chapin, F.S., III, D.A. Johnson, and J.D. McKendrick.  l980.  Seasonal movement of nutrients in plants of differing growth form in an Alaskan tundra ecosystem:  Implications for herbivory.  J. Ecol. 68:l89-209.

23. Chapin, F.S, III, P.C. Miller, W.D. Billings, and P. Coyne. l980.  Carbon and nutrient budgets and their control in coastal tundra.  Pp. 458-482 In An Arctic Ecosystem:  The Coastal Tundra at Barrow, Alaska (J. Brown, P. Miller, L. Tieszen, and F. Bunnell eds.).  Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Stroudsburg.

24. Chapin, F.S., III, L.L. Tieszen, M. Lewis, P.C. Miller, and B.H. McCown.  l980.  Control of tundra plant allocation patterns and growth.  Pp. l40-l85 In An Arctic Ecosystem:  The Coastal Tundra at Barrow, Alaska  (J. Brown, P. Miller, L. Tieszen, and F. Bunnell eds.).  Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Stroudsburg.

25. Shaver, G.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  l980.  Response to fertilization by various plant growth forms in an Alaskan tundra:  Nutrient accumulation and growth.  Ecology 6l:662-675.

26. Webber, P.J., P.C. Miller, F.S. Chapin, III, and B.H. McCown. l980.  The vegetation:  Pattern and succession.  Pp. l86-2l8 In An Arctic Tundra Ecosystem:  The Coastal Tundra at Barrow, Alaska (J. Brown, P. C. Miller, L. L. Tieszen, and F. Bunnell eds.).  Dowden, Hutchinson and Ross, Stroudsburg.

27. Bloom, A.J., and F.S. Chapin, III.  l98l.  Differences in steady-state net ammonium and nitrate influx by cold and warm-adapted barley varieties.  Plant Physiol.  68:l064-l067.

28. Chapin, F.S., III.  l98l.  Field measurements of growth and phosphate absorption in Carex aquatilis along a latitudinal gradient.  Arct. Alp. Res. l3:83-94

29. Chapin, F.S., III, and M.C. Chapin.  l98l.  Ecotypic differentiation of growth processes in Carex aquatilis along latitudinal and local gradients.  Ecology 62:l000-l009.

30. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  l98l.  Changes in soil properties and vegetation following disturbance in Alaskan arctic tundra.  J. Appl. Ecol.  l8:605-6l7. 

31. Chapin, F.S. III, and K. Van Cleve.  l98l.  Plant nutrient absorption and retention under differing fire regimes.  Pp. 30l-32l In Fire Regimes and Ecosystem Processes (H. A. Mooney, T. M. Bonnickson, N. L. Christensen, J. E. Lotan, and W. A. Reiners, eds.).  USDA Forest Service, General Technical Rept. WO-26, Washington, DC.

32. Dowding, P., F.S. Chapin, III, F.E. Wielgolaski, and P. Kilfeather.  l98l.  Nutrients in tundra ecosystems.  Pp. 647-683 In Tundra Ecosystems:  A Comparative Analysis (L.C. Bliss, O.W. Heal, J.J. Moore, eds.).  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

33. Tieszen, L.L., P.C. Miller, M.C. Lewis, J. Mayo, F.S. Chapin, III, and W.C. Oechel.  l98l.  An analysis  of processes of primary production in tundra growth forms.  Pp.  285-356 In Tundra Ecosystems:  A Comparative Analysis.  (L.C. Bliss, O. W. Heal, J. J. Moore eds.).  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

34. Chapin, F.S., III, and R.L. Bieleski.  l982.  Mild phosphorus stress in barley and a related low-phosphorus-adapted barley grass:  Phosphorus fractions and phosphate absorption relation to growth. Physiol. Plant. 54:309-3l7.

35. Chapin, F.S., III, J. Follett, and K.F. O'Connor.  l982.  Growth, phosphate absorption, and phosphorus chemical fractions in two Chionochloa species.  J. Ecol. 70:305-32l.

36. Chapin, F.S., III, and P.R. Tryon.  l982.  Phosphate absorption and root respiration of different plant growth forms from northern Alaska.  Holarct. Ecol. 5:l64-l7l.

37. Bryant, J.P., F.S. Chapin, III, and D.R. Klein.  1983.  Carbon/nutrient balance of boreal plants in relation to herbivory.  Oikos 40:357-368. 

38. Chapin, F.S., III.  1983.  Adaptation of selected trees and grasses to low availability of phosphorus.  Plant  Soil 72:283-287.

39. Chapin, F.S., III.  1983.  Direct and indirect effects of temperature on arctic plants.  Polar Biol. 2:47-52.

40. Chapin, F.S., III.  1983.  Nitrogen and phosphorus nutrition and nutrient cycling by evergreen and deciduous understory shrubs in an Alaskan black spruce forest.  Can. J. For. Res. 13:773-781. 

41. Chapin, F.S., III.  1983.  Patterns of nutrient absorption and use by plants from natural and man-modified environments.  Pp. 175-187.  In Disturbance and ecosystems.  Components of response.  (H.A. Mooney and M. Godron, eds.).  Springer-Verlag, Berlin. 

42. Chapin, F.S., III, and R.A. Kedrowski.  1983.  Seasonal changes in nitrogen and phosphorus fractions and autumn retranslocation in evergreen and deciduous taiga trees.  Ecology 64:376-391. 

43. Chapin, F.S., III, and Oechel, W.  1983.  Photosynthesis, respiration, and phosphate uptake by Carex aquatilis ecotypes along latitudinal and local environmental gradients.  Ecology 64:743-751. 

44. Chapin, F.S., III, and P.R. Tryon.  1983.  Habitat and leaf habit as determinants of growth, nutrient absorption, and nutrient use by Alaskan taiga forest species.  Can. J. For. Res. 13:818-826. 

45. Chapin, F.S., K. Van Cleve, and P.R. Tryon.  1983.  Influence of phosphorus on the growth and biomass allocation of Alaskan taiga tree seedlings.  Can. J. For. Res. 13:1092-1098. 

46. Gartner, B.L., F.S. Chapin, III, and G.R. Shaver.  1983.  Demographic patterns of seedling establishment and growth of native graminoids in an Alaskan tundra disturbance.  J. Appl. Ecol. 20:965-980. 

47. Kummerow, J., B.A. Ellis, S. Kummerow, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1983.  Spring growth of shoots and roots in shrubs of an Alaskan muskeg.  Amer. J. Bot. 70:1509-1515. 

48. Shaver, G.R., B.L. Gartner, F.S. Chapin, III, and A.E. Linkins.  1983.  Revegetation of arctic disturbed sites by native tundra plants.  Pp. 1133-1138.  In Permafrost:  Fourth International Conference, Proceedings.  National Academy Press, Washington. 

49. Tryon, P.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1983.  Temperature control over root growth and root biomass in taiga forest trees.  Can. J. For. Res. 13:827-833. 

50. Van Cleve, K., C.T. Dyrness, L.A. Viereck, J. Fox, F.S. Chapin, III, and W. Oechel.  1983.  Taiga ecosystems in interior Alaska.  BioScience 33:39-44. 

51. Chapin, F.S., III.  1984.  The impact of increased air temperature on tundra plant communities.  Pp. 143-148.  In The potential effects of carbon dioxide-induced climatic changes in Alaska.  (J.H. McBeath, ed.).  School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management.  University of Alaska, Fairbanks. 

52. Miller, P.C., P.M. Miller, M. Blake-Jacobson, F.S. Chapin, III, K.R. Everett, D.W. Hilbert, J. Kummerow, A.E. Linkins, G.M. Marion, W.C. Oechel, S.W. Roberts, and L. Stuart.  1984.  Plant-soil processes in Eriophorum vaginatum tussock tundra in Alaska:  a systems modeling approach.  Ecol. Monogr. 54:361-405.

53. Shaver, G.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1984.  Limiting factors for plant growth in northern ecosystems.  Pp. 53-60.  In Future directions for ecological research in Nouveau-Quebec (T.R. Moore, ed.).  McGill Subarctic Research Paper No. 39.  McGill University, Montreal.

54. Bloom, A.J., F.S. Chapin, III, and H.A. Mooney.  1985.  Resource limitation in plants - an economic analogy.  Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 16:363-392.

55. Bryant, J.P., F. S. Chapin, III, P. Reichardt, and T. Clausen.  1985.  Adaptation to resource availability as a determinant of chemical defense strategies in woody plants.  Pp. 219-237 In Chemically mediated interactions between plants and other organisms (G.A. Cooper-Driver, T. Swain and E.E. Conn, eds.)  Plenum Press.

56. Chapin, F.S., III, J.P. Bryant, and J.F. Fox.  1985.  Lack of induced chemical defense in juvenile Alaskan woody plants in response to simulated browsing.  Oecologia (Berl.) 67:457-459.

57. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  1985.  Individualistic growth response of tundra plant species to manipulation of light, temperature, and nutrients in a field experiment.  Ecology 66:564-576.

58. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  1985.  Arctic.  Pages 16-40 In Physiological Ecology of North American Plant Communities (B.F. Chabot and H.A. Mooney, eds.).  Chapman and Hall, New York.

59. Coley, P.D., J.P. Bryant, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1985.  Resource availability and plant anti-herbivore defense.  Science. 230:895-899.

60. Jonasson, S., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1985.  Significance of sequential leaf development for nutrient balance of the cotton sedge, Eriophorum vaginatum  L.  Oecologia (Berl.) 67:511-518. 

61. Mark, A.F., N. Fetcher, G.R. Shaver, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1985.  Estimated ages of mature tussocks of cotton sedge, Eriophorum vaginatum along a latitudinal gradient in central Alaska.  Arct. Alp. Res. 17:1-5.

62. McNaughton, S.J., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1985.  Effects of phosphorus nutrition and defoliation on C4 graminoids from the Serengeti Plains.  Ecology 66:1617-1629.

63. Bryant, J.P., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1986.  Browsing-woody plant interactions during boreal forest plant succession.  Pp. 213-225 In Forest ecosystems in the Alaskan taiga.  A synthesis of structure and function (K. Van Cleve, F.S. Chapin, III, P.W. Flanagan, L.A. Viereck and C.T. Dyrness, eds.).  Springer-Verlag,  New York.

64. Chapin, F.S., III.  1986.  Controls over growth and nutrient use by taiga forest trees.  Pp. 96-111 In Forest ecosystems in the Alaskan taiga.  A synthesis of structure and function (K. Van Cleve, F.S. Chapin, III, P.W. Flanagan, L.A. Viereck and C.T. Dyrness, eds.).  Springer-Verlag, New York.

65. Chapin, F.S., III, J.D. McKendrick, and D.A. Johnson.  1986.  Seasonal changes in carbon fractions in Alaskan tundra plants of differing growth form:  Implications for herbivores.  J. Ecol. 74:707-731.

66. Chapin, F.S., III, G.R. Shaver, and R.A. Kedrowski.  1986.  Environmental controls over carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus chemical fractions in Eriophorum vaginatum L. in Alaskan tussock tundra.  J. Ecol.  74:167-195. 

67. Chapin, F.S., III, K. Van Cleve, and P.R. Tryon.  1986.  Relationship of ion absorption to growth rate in taiga trees.  Oecologia 69:238-242.

68. Chapin, F.S., III, P.M. Vitousek, and K. Van Cleve.  1986.  The nature of nutrient limitation in plant communities.  Am. Nat.  127:48-58. 

69. Gartner, B.L., F.S. Chapin, III, and G.R. Shaver.  1986.  Reproduction of Eriophorum vaginatum by seed in Alaskan tussock tundra.  J. Ecol. 74:1-18.

70. Jonasson, S., J.P. Bryant, F.S. Chapin, III, and M. Andersson.  1986.  Plant phenols and nutrients in relation to variations in climate and rodent grazing.  Am. Nat. 128:394-408.

71. Shaver, G.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1986.  Effect of fertilizer on production and biomass of tussock tundra, Alaska, U.S.A.  Arct. Alp. Res. 18:261-268.

72. Shaver, G.R., F.S. Chapin, III, and B.L. Gartner.  1986.  Factors limiting seasonal growth and peak biomass accumulation in Eriophorum vaginatum in Alaskan tussock tundra.  J. Ecol. 74:257-278. 

73. Shaver, G.R., N. Fetcher, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1986.  Growth and flowering in Eriophorum vaginatum:  Annual and latitudinal variation.  Ecology 67:1524-1535.

74. Walker, L.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1986.  Physiological controls over seedling growth in primary succession on an Alaskan flood plain.  Ecology 67:1508-1523.

75. Walker, L.R., J.C. Zasada, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1986.  The role of life history processes in primary succession on an Alaskan floodplain.  Ecology 67:1243-1253.

76. Bryant, J.P., F.S. Chapin, III, P.B. Reichardt, and T.P. Clausen.  1987.  Response of winter chemical defenese in Alaska paper birch and green alder to manipulation of plant carbon/nutrient balance.  Oecologia (Berl.) 72:510-514.

77. Bryant, J.P., F.S. Chapin, III, P.B. Reichardt, and T.P. Clausen.  1987.  Effect of resource availability upon the woody plant-mammal interaction.  Pp. 3-8 In Proceedings-Symposium on Plant-Herbivore Interactions (F.D. Provenza, J.T. Flinder and E.D. McArthur, eds.).  U.S. Forest Service, Ogden, Utah.

78. Cargill, S. and F.S. Chapin, III.  1987.  Application of successional theory to problems of ecosystem restoration in arctic tundra.  Arct. Alp. Res. 19:366-372.

79. Chapin, F.S., III.  1987.  Environmental controls over growth of tundra plants.  Ecol. Bull. 38:69-76.

80. Chapin, F.S., III.  1987.  Adaptations and physiological responses of wild plants to nutrient stress.  Pp. 15-25 In Genetic aspects of plant mineral nutrition (H.W. Gabelman and B.C. Loughman, eds.). Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

81. Chapin, F.S., III, A.J. Bloom, C. Field, and R.H. Waring.  1987.  Plant response to multiple environmental factors.  BioScience 37:49-57.

82. Chapin, F.S., III, W.C. Oechel, K. Van Cleve, and W. Lawrence.  1987.  The role of mosses in the phosphorus cycling of an Alaskan black spruce forest.  Oecologia (Berl.) 74:310-315.

83. Schulze, E.-D. and F.S. Chapin, III.  1987. Plant specialization to environments of different resource availability.  Pp. 120-148.  In Potentials and limitations in ecosystem analysis (E.-D. Schulze and H. Zwolfer, eds.).  Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

84. Tuomi, J., P. Niemala, F.S. Chapin, III, J.P. Bryant, and S. Siren. 1987.  Defensive responses of trees in relation to their carbon/nutrient balance.  Pp. 55-70. In Mechanisms of woody plant defenses against insects:  search for pattern.  (W.J. Mattson, J. Levieux and C. Bernard-Dagan, eds.).  Springer-Verlag, New York.    

85. Walker, L.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1987.  Interactions among processes controlling successional change.  Oikos 50:131-135.

86. Chapin, F.S., III.  1988.  Ecological aspects of plant mineral nutrition.  Adv. Mineral Nutrition 3:161-191.

87. Chapin, F.S., III, D.T. Clarkson, J.R. Lenton, and C.H.S. Walter.  1988.  Effect of nitrogren stress and abscisic acid on nitrate absorption and transport in barley and tomato.  Planta 173:340-351.

88. Chapin, F.S., III, N. Fetcher, K. Kielland, K.R. Everett, and A.E. Linkins.  1988.  Productivity and nutrient cycling of Alaskan tundra:  enchancement by flowing soil water.  Ecology 69:693-702.

89. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  1988.  Differences in carbon and nutrient fractions among arctic growth forms.  Oecologia (Berl.) 77:506-514

90. Chapin, F.S., III, C.H.S. Walter, and D.T. Clarkson.  1988.  Growth response of barley and tomato to nitrogen stress and its control by abscisic acid, water relations and photosynthesis.  Planta 173:352-366.

91. Chapin, F.S., III, and I.F. Wardlaw.  1988.  Effect of phosphorus deficiency on source-sink interactions between the flag leaf and developing grain in barley.  J. Exp. Bot. 39:165-177.

92. DeFoliart, L.S., M. Griffith, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1988.  Seasonal patterns of photosynthesis and nutrient storage in Eriophorum vaginatum L., an arctic sedge.  Functional Ecology 2:185-194.

93. Bishop, S.C., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1989.  Establishment of Salix alaxensis on a gravel pad in arctic Alaska. J. Appl. Ecol. 26:575-583.

94. Bishop, S.C., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1989.  Patterns of natural revegetation on abandoned gravel pads in arctic Alaska.  J. Appl. Ecol. 26:1073-1081.

95. Chapin, F.S., III.  1989.  The cost of tundra plant structures: evaluation of concepts and currencies.  Am. Nat. 133:1-19.

96. Chapin, F.S., III, R.H. Groves, and L.T. Evans.  1989.  Response of growth, photosynthesis, and phosphate absorption to phosphorus stress in wild, weedy, and cultivated Hordeum species.  Oecologia (Berl.).  79:96-105.

97. Chapin, F.S., III, J.B. McGraw, and G.R. Shaver.  1989.  Competition causes regular spacing of alder in Alaskan shrub tundra.  Oecolgia (Berl.) 79:412-416.

98. Chapin, F.S., III, and S.J. McNaughton.  1989.  Lack of compensatory growth under phosphorus stress in grazing-adapted grasses from the Serengeti Plains.  Oecologia (Berl.). 79:551-557.

99. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  1989.  Lack of latitudinal variations in graminoid storage reserves.  Ecology 70:269-272.

100. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  1989.  Differences in growth and nutrient use among arctic plant growth forms.  Funct. Ecol. 3:73-80.

101. Chapin, F.S., III, and K. Van Cleve.  1989.  Approaches to studying nutrient uptake, use and loss in plants. Pages 185-207.  In Plant physiological ecology.  Field methods and instrumentation. (R.W. Pearcy, J. Ehleringer, H.A. Mooney, and P.W. Rundel, eds.).  Chapman and Hall, London.

102. Mark, A.F., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1989.  Seasonal control over allocation to reproduction in a tussock-forming and a rhizomatous species of Eriophorum in central Alaska.  Oecologia 78:27-34.

103. McGraw, J.B., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1989.  Competitive ability and adaptation to fertile and infertile soils in two Eriophorum species.  Ecology 70:736-749.

104. Chapin, F.S., III.  1990.  Effects of nutrient deficiency on plant growth:  evidence for a centralized stress-response system.  British Plant Growth Regulator Group, Monograph 21:135-148.

105. Chapin, F.S., III, E.-D. Schulze, and H.A. Mooney.  1990. The ecology and economics of storage in plants.  Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 21:423-447.

106. Chapin, F.S., III, and L.R. Walker.  1990.  The importance of Glacier Bay to tests of current theories of plant succession.  Pages 136-139.  In Proceedings of Second Glacier Bay Science Symposium (A.M. Milner and J.D. Wood, Jr., eds).  National Park Service, Anchorage.

107. Chapin, F.S., III.  1991.  Effects of multiple environmental stresses on nutrient availability and use by plants.  Pages 67-88.  In Response of plants to multiple stresses.  (H.A. Mooney, W.E. Winner and E.J. Pell, eds.).  Academic Press, San Diego.

108. Chapin, F.S., III.  1991.  Integrated responses of plants to stress: A centralized system of physiological responses.  BioScience 41:29-36.

109. Chapin, F.S., III, and L. Moilanen.  1991. Nutritional controls over nitrogen and phosphorus resorption from Alaskan birch leaves.  Ecology 72:709-715.

110. Jonasson, S. and F.S. Chapin, III.  1991.  Seasonal uptake and allocation of phosphorus in Eriophorum vaginatum L., measured by labelling with 32P.  New Phytologist 118:349-357.

111. Koch, G.W., A.J. Bloom, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1991.  Ammonium and nitrate as nitrogen sources in two Eriophorum species.  Oecologia 88:570-573.

112. Reichardt, P.B., J.P. Bryant, B.R. Mattes, T.P. Clausen, F.S. Chapin, III, and M. Meyer.  1991.  The winter chemical defense of Alaskan poplar against snowshoe hares.  J. Chem. Ecol. 16:1941.

113. Reichardt, P.B., F.S. Chapin, III, J.P. Bryant, B.R. Mattes, and T.P. Clausen.  1991.  Carbon/nutrient balance as a predictor of plant defense in Alaskan balsam poplar: potential importance of metabolite turnover.  Oecologia 88:401-406.

114. Shaver, G.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1991.  Production: biomass relationships and element cycling in contrasting arctic vegetation types.  Ecol. Monogr. 61:1-31.

115. Van Cleve, K., F.S. Chapin, III, C.T. Dyrness, and L.A. Viereck.  1991.  State factor control of element cycling in Alaskan taiga forests.  BioScience 41:78-88.

116. Chapin, F.S., III, R.L. Jefferies, J.F. Reynolds, G.R. Shaver, and J. Svoboda.  1992.  Arctic plant physiological ecology in an ecosystem context.  Pages 441-451.  In Arctic ecosystems in a changing climate (F.S. Chapin, III, R.L. Jefferies, J.F. Reynolds, G.R. Shaver and J. Svoboda, eds.).  Academic Press, San Diego.

117. Chapin, F.S., III, R.L. Jefferies, J.F. Reynolds, G.R. Shaver and J. Svoboda.  1992.  Arctic plant physiological ecology: a challenge for the future.  Pages 3-8.  In Arctic ecosystems in a changing climate (F.S. Chapin, III, R.L. Jefferies, J.F. Reynolds, G.R. Shaver and J. Svoboda, eds.).  Academic Press, San Diego.  

118. Field, C.B., F.S. Chapin, III, P.A. Matson, and H.A. Mooney.  1992.  Responses of terrestrial ecosystems to the changing atmosphere: a resource-based approach.  Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 23:201-235.

119. Kielland, K., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1992.  Nutrient absorption and accumulation in arctic plants: implications for climate change.  Pages 321-335.  In Arctic ecosystems in a changing climate (F.S. Chapin, III, R.L. Jefferies, J.F. Reynolds, G.R. Shaver and J. Svoboda, eds.).  Academic Press, San Diego.

120. Pugnaire, F.I., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1992.  Environmental and physiological factors governing nutrient resorption efficiency in barley.  Oecologia 90:120-126.   

121. Shaver, G.R., W.D. Billings, F.S. Chapin, III, A.E. Giblin, K.J. Nadelhoffer, W.C. Oechel, and E.B. Rastetter.  1992.  Global change and the carbon balance of arctic ecosystems.  BioScience 42:433-441.

122. Chapin, F.S., III.  1993.  Physiological controls over plant establishment in primary succession.  Pages 161-178 In Primary succession.  (J. Miles and D.W.H. Walton, eds.)  Blackwells, Oxford.

123. Chapin, F.S., III.  1993.  Functional role of growth forms in ecosystem and global processes.  Pages 287-312.  In Scaling physiological processes: leaf to globe. (J.R. Ehleringer and C.B. Field, eds.).  Academic Press, San Diego.

124. Chapin, F.S., III.  1993.  The evolutionary basis of biogeochemical soil development.  Geoderma 57:223-227.

125. Chapin, F.S., III, K. Autumn, and F. Pugnaire. 1993. Evolution of suites of traits in response to environmental stress. Am Nat. 142:S78-S92

126. Chapin, F.S., III, and E. Matthews.  1993.  Boreal carbon pools: Approaches and constraints in global extrapolations.  Pages 9-20 In Global change and carbon cycling in northern ecosystems (T. Vinson and T. Kolchugina, eds.). EPA, Corvallis.

127. Chapin, F.S., III, L. Moilanen and K. Kielland.  1993.  Preferential use of organic nitrogen for growth by a non-mycorrhizal arctic sedge.  Nature 361:150-153.

128. Chapin, F.S., E. Rincon, and P. Huante. 1993. Environmental responses of plants and ecosystems as predictors of the impact of global change.  J. Biosci. 18:515-524.

129. Chapin, F.S. III, and L.R. Walker.  1993.  Direct and indirect effects of calcium sulfate and nitrogen on growth and succession of taiga floodplain trees.  Can. J. For. Res. 23;995-1000.

130. Dawson, T.E., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1993.  Grouping plants by their form-function characteristics as an avenue for simplification in scaling between leaves and landscapes.  Pages 313-319 In Scaling physiological processes: leaf to globe. (J.R. Ehleringer and C.B. Field, eds.).  Academic Press, San Diego.

131. Hobbie, S.E., D.B. Jensen, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1993.  Resource supply and disturbance as controls over present and future plant diversity.  Pages 385-407 In Ecosystem function of biodiversity (E.-D. Schulze and H.A. Mooney, eds.).  Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

132. Pugnaire, F.I. and F.S. Chapin, III.  1993.  Controls over nutrient resorption from senescing leaves of evergreen Mediterranean species.  Ecology 74:124-129.

133. Torn, M.S. and F.S. Chapin, III.  1993.  Environmental and biotic controls over methane flux from arctic tundra.  Chemosphere 26:357-368.

134. Berg, E.E., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1994.  Needle loss as a mechanism of winter drought avoidance in boreal conifers. Can J. For. Res. 24:1144-1148.

135. Chapin, F.S., III, Walker, L.R., Fastie, C.L., and L.C. Sharman. 1994. Mechanisms of primary succession following deglaciation at Glacier Bay, Alaska. Ecol. Monogr.64:149-175.

136. Kielland, K., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1994. Phosphate uptake in arctic plants in relation to phosphate supply: the role of spatial and temporal variability.  Oikos 70:443-448

137. Momen, B., J.W. Menke, J.M. Welker, K.J. Rice, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1994. Blue oak regeneration and seedling water relations in four sites within a California blue oak savanna.  Int. J. Plant Sci. 155:744-749.

138. National Research Council. 1994. The role of terrestrial ecosystems in global change: a plan for action.  National Academy Press, Washington (Chapin primary author).

139. Schulze, E.-D., F.S. Chapin, III, and G. Gebauer. 1994. Nitrogen nutrition and isotope differences among life forms at the northern treeline of Alaska.  Oecologia 100:406-412.

140. Bonan, G.B., F.S. Chapin, III, and S.L. Thompson. 1995. Boreal forest and tundra ecosystems as components of the climate system. Climatic Change 29:145-167.

141. Chapin, F.S., III. 1995. New cog in the nitrogen cycle. Nature 377: 199-200.

142. Chapin, F.S., III, C.L. Fastie, L.R. Walker, and L.C. Sharman. 1995. Mechanisms of primary succession at Glacier Bay: Implications for present and future vegetation patterns. Pages 96-100 In D.R. Engstrom, ed.  Proc. Third Glacier Bay Science Symp., 1993. National Park Service, Anchorage.

143. Chapin, F.S., S.E. Hobbie, M.S. Bret-Harte, and G. Bonan. 1995. Causes and consequences of functional diversity in arctic ecosystems. Pages 225-237 In: F.S. Chapin, III, and Ch. Korner, eds. Arctic and Alpine Biodiversity: Patterns, Causes and Ecosystem Consequences. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

144. Chapin, F.S., III, and Ch. Korner. 1995. Patterns, causes, changes and consequences of biodiversity in arctic and alpine ecosystems.  Pages 313-320 In: F.S. Chapin, III, and Ch. Kˆrner, eds. Arctic and Alpine Biodiversity: Patterns, Causes and Ecosystem Consequences. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

145. Chapin, F.S., III, and Ch. Kˆrner.  1995.  Arctic and alpine ecosystems.  Pages 335-339 In: Global Biodiversity Assessment.  UNEP. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.

146. Chapin, F.S., III, J. Lubchenco, and H.L. Reynolds. 1995. Biodiversity effects on patterns and processes of communities and ecosystems.  Pages 289-301 In: Global Biodiversity Assessment. UNEP. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.

147. Chapin, F.S., III, G.R.Shaver, A.E. Giblin, K.G. Nadelhoffer, and J.A. Laundre. 1995. Responses of arctic tundra to experimental and observed changes in climate.  Ecology 76:694-711.

148. Field, C.B. F.S. Chapin, III, N.R. Chiariello, E.A. Holland, and H.A. Mooney. 1996. The Jasper Ridge CO2 experiment: Design and motivation. Pages 121-145 In G.W. Koch and H.A. Mooney, eds. Carbon dioxide and terrestrial ecosystems. Academic Press, San Diego.

149. Hobbie, J.E., L.A. Deegan, B.J. Peterson, E.B. Rastetter, G.R. Shaver, G.W.Kling, W.J. O'Brien, F.S. Chapin, III, M.C. Miller, G.W. Kipphut, W.B. Bowden, A.E. Hershey, and M.E. McDonald. 1995. Long-term measurements at the arctic LTER site. Pages 391-409 In T. M. Powell and J. H. Steele and , eds. Ecological time series. Chapman and Hall, New York.

150. Huante, P., E. Rincon, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1995. Responses to phosphorus of contrasting successional tree-seedling species from the tropical deciduous forest of Mexico.  Functional Ecology 9:760-766.

151. Robles, M., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1995. Comparison of the influence of two exotic species on ecosystem processes in the Berkeley hills. MadroÒo 42:349-357.

152. Sharman, L.C., A.M. Milner, F. S. Chapin, III, and D.R. Engstrum. 1995. Qualitative successional models in Glacier Bay: A comparison of terrestrial, marine, stream, and lake systems. Pages 190-195 In D.R. Engstrom, ed.  Proc. Third Glacier Bay Science Symp., 1993. National Park Service, Anchorage.

153. Shaver, G.R., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1995. Long-term responses to factorial, NPK fertilizer treatment by Alaskan wet and moist tundra sedge species. Ecography 18:259-275.

154. Weller, G., F.S. Chapin, III, K.R. Everett, J.E. Hobbie, D. Kane, W.C. Oechel, C.L. Ping, W.S. Reeburgh, D. Walker, and J. Walsh. 1995. The arctic flux study: a regional view of trace gas release. Journal of Biogeography 22:365-374

155. Young, O.R., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1995. Anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity in the Arctic. Pages 183-196 In: F. S. Chapin, III, and Ch. Kˆrner, eds. Arctic and Alpine Biodiversity: Patterns, Causes and Ecosystem Consequences. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

156. Zimov, S.A., V.I. Chuprynin, A.P. Oreshko, F.S. Chapin, III, M.C. Chapin, and J.F. Reynolds.  1995. Effects of mammals on ecosystem change at the Pleistocene-Holocene boundary.  Pages 127-135 In: F. S. Chapin, III, and Ch. Kˆrner, eds. Arctic and Alpine Biodiversity: Patterns, Causes and Ecosystem Consequences. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

157. Zimov, S.A., V.I. Chuprynin, A.P. Oreshko, F.S. Chapin, III, J.F. Reynolds, M.C. Chapin.  1995.  Steppe-tundra transition: an herbivore-driven biome shift at the end of the Pleistocene.  Am. Nat. 146:765-794.

158. Bassirirad, H., D.T. Tissue, J.F. Reynolds, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1996. Response of Eriophorum vaginatum to CO2 enrichment at different soil temperatures: effects on growth, root respiration and PO43- uptake kinetics. New Phyol. 133:423-430.

159. Chapin, F. S., III, M.S. Bret-Harte, S.E. Hobbie, and H. Zhong. 1996. Plant functional types as predictors of the transient response of arctic vegetation to global change.  J. Veg. Sci. 7:347-358.

160. Chapin, F.S., III, S., M. Howden, J. Puigdefabregas, M. Stafford Smith, T. Benning, F. Bryant, B. Campbell, J. duToit, K. Galvin, E. Holland, L. Joyce, A.K. Knapp, P. Matson, R. Miller, D. Ojima, W. Polley, T. Seastedt, A. Suarez, T. Svejcar, and C. Wessman. 1996. Rangelands in a changing climate: impacts, adaptations and mitigation. In: R.T. Watson, M.C. Zinyowera, and R.G. Moss (eds.) Climatic Change 1995. Impacts, adaptations and mitigation of climate change: Scientific-Technical analyses. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.

161. Chapin, F.S., III, and Ch. Korner. 1996. Arctic and alpine biodiversity: Its patterns, causes, and ecosystem consequences. Pages 7-32 In H.A. Mooney, J.H. Cushman, E. Medina, O.E. Sala, and E.-D. Schulze, eds. Functional roles of biodiversity: a global perspective. Wiley, New York.

162. Chapin, F.S., III, H. L. Reynolds, C. M. D'Antonio, and V. M. Eckhart.  1996. The functional role of species in terrestrial ecosystems.  Pages 403-428 In B. Walker and W. Steffen, eds. Global change and terrestrial ecosystems. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.

163. Chapin, F.S., III and G.R. Shaver. 1996. Physiological and growth responses of arctic plants to a field experiment simulating climatic change.  Ecology 77:822-840.

164. Chapin, F.S., III, M.S. Torn, and M. Tateno. 1996. Principles of ecosystem sustainability.  Am. Nat. 148:1016-1037.

165. Chapin, III, S.A. Zimov, G.R. Shaver, and S.E. Hobbie. 1996. CO2 fluctuation at high latitudes.  Nature 383: 585-586.

166. Hobbie, S.E., and F. S. Chapin, III.  1996. Winter regulation of tundra litter carbon and nitrogen dynamics. Biogeochemistry 35:327-338.

167. Hungate, B.A., J. Canadell, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1996.  Plant species mediate changes in soil microbial N in response to elevated CO2.  Ecology 77:2505-2516.

168. Hungate, B.A., R.B. Jackson, C.B. Field, and F.S. Chapin III.  1996.  Detecting changes in soil carbon in CO2 enrichment experiments. Plant Soil 187:135-145.

169. Reynolds, J.F., J.D. Tenhunen, P.W. Leadley, H. Li, D.L. Moorhead, B.Ostendorf, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1996. Patch and landscape models of arctic tundra: Potentials and limitations.  Pages 295-324 In Landscape function and disturbance in arctic tundra (J.F. Reynolds and J.D. Tenhunen, eds.).  Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

170. Ruohomaki, K., F.S. Chapin, III, E. Haukioja, S. Neuvonen, and J. Suomela. 1996. Delayed inducible resistance in mountain birch in response to fertilization and shade.  Ecology 77:2302-.

171. Schimel, J.P. and F.S. Chapin, III. 1996. Tundra plants compete effectively with soil microbes for amino-acid nitrogen. Ecology 77:2142-2147.

172. Schimel, J.P., K. Kielland, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1996.  Nutrient availability and uptake by tundra plants.  Pages 203-221 In Landscape function and disturbance in arctic tundra (J.F. Reynolds and J. Tenhunen, eds.).  Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

173. Starfield, A.M., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1996. A dynamic model of arctic and boreal vegetation change in response to global changes in climate and land-use.  Ecol. Applica. 6:842-864.

174. Zimov, S.A., S.P. Davidov, Y.V. Voropaev, S.F. Prosiannikov, I.P. Semiletov, M.C. Chapin, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1996. Siberian CO2 efflux in winter as a CO2 source and cause of seasonality in atmospheric CO2. Climatic Change 33:111-120

175. Chapin, F.S., III, S.E. Hobbie, and G.R. Shaver. 1997. Impacts of global change on composition of arctic communities: Implications for ecosystem functioning. Pages 221-228 In Global change and arctic terrestrial ecosystems. W.C. Oechel, T. Callaghan, T. Gilmanov, J.I. Holten, B. Maxwell, U. Molau, and B. Sveinbjornsson (eds.). Springer-Verlag, New York.

176. Chapin, F. S., III, J. P. McFadden, and S.E. Hobbie. 1997. The role of arctic vegetation in ecosystem and global processes. Pages 97-112 In Ecology of arctic environments. (S. J. Woodin and M. Marquiss, eds.) Blackwell Science, Oxford.

177. Chapin, F.S., III and A.M. Starfield. 1997. Time lags and novel ecosystems in response to transient climatic change in arctic Alaska. Climatic Change 35:449-461.

178. Chapin, F.S., III, B.H. Walker, R.J. Hobbs, D.U. Hooper, J.H. Lawton, O.E. Sala, and D. Tilman. 1997. Biotic control over the functioning of ecosystems. Science 277:500-504.

179. Eckhart, V. M. and F.S. Chapin, III. 1997. Nutrient sensitivity of the cost of male function in gynodioecious Phacelia linearis (Hydrophyllaceae). Am. J. Bot.

180. Eugster, W., J.P. McFadden, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1997. A comparative approach to regional variation in surface fluxes using mobile eddy correlation towers. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 85:293-307.

181. Eviner, V.T., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1997. Plant-microbial interactions. Nature 385:26-27.

182. Franck, V.M., B.A. Hungate, F.S. Chapin III, and C. B. Field. 1997.  Decomposition of litter produced under elevated CO2: dependence on plant species and nutrient supply. Biogeochemistry 36: 223-237.

183. Hungate, B.A., F.S. Chapin III, H. Zhong, E.A. Holland, and C.B. Field. 1997. Stimulation of grassland nitrogen cycling under carbon dioxide enrichment.  Oecologia 109:149-153.

184. Hungate, B.A., E.A. Holland, R.B. Jackson, F.S. Chapin III, H.A. Mooney, and C.B. Field. 1997. The fate of carbon in grasslands under carbon dioxide enrichment. Nature 388:576-579.

185. Hungate, B.A., C.P. Lund, H.L. Pearson, and F.S. Chapin III. 1997.  Elevated CO2 and nutrient addition alter soil N cycling and N trace gas fluxes with early season wet-up in a California annual grassland.  Biogeochemistry 37:89-109.

186. Leadley, P.W., J.F. Reynolds, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1997. A model of ammonium, nitrate, and glycine uptake by Eriophorum vaginatum roots in the field: ecological implications. Ecol. Monogr. 67:1-22.

187. Leiva, M.J., F.S. Chapin, III, and R. Fernandez Ales. 1997.  Differences in species composition and diversity among Mediterranean grasslands with different history--the case of California and Spain.  Ecography 20: 97-106

188. McKane, R.B., E. B. Rastetter, G.R. Shaver, K.J. Nadelhoffer, A.E. Giblin, J.A. Laundre, and F. S. Chapin, III. 1997. Climatic effects on tundra carbon storage inferred from experimental data and a model. Ecology 78:1170-1187.

189. McKane, R.B., E. B. Rastetter, G.R. Shaver, K.J. Nadelhoffer, A.E. Giblin, J.A. Laundre, and F. S. Chapin, III. 1997. Reconstruction and analysis of historical changes in carbon storage in arctic tundra. Ecology 78:1188-1198.

190. Reynolds, H.L., B.A. Hungate, F.S. Chapin, III, and C.M. D'Antonio. 1997. Soil heterogeneity and plant competition in an annual grassland. Ecology 78:2076-2090.

191. Tateno, M. and F. S. Chapin, III. 1997. The logic of carbon and nitrogen interactions in terrestrial ecosystems.  Am. Nat. 149:723-744.

192. Zimov, S.A., Y.V. Voropaev, I.P. Semiletov, S.P. Davidov, S.F. Prosiannikov, F.S. Chapin, III, M.C. Chapin, S. Trumbore, and S. Tyler. 1997. North Siberian lakes: a methane source fueled by Pleistocene carbon. Science 277:800-802.

193. Chapin, F.S., III, O.E. Sala, I.C. Burke, J.P. Grime, D.U. Hooper, W.K. Lauenroth, A. Lombard, H.A. Mooney, A.R. Mosier, S. Naeem, S.W. Pacala, J. Roy, W.L. Steffen, and D. Tilman. 1998. Ecosystem consequences of changing biodiversity. BioScience 48:45-52.

194. Chapin, F.S., III and G. Whiteman. 1998. Sustainable development of the boreal forest: interaction of ecological, social and consumer feedbacks. Conservation Ecology 2:12.

195. Craine, J.M., D.A. Wedin, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1998.  Predominance of ecophysiological over environmental controls over CO2 flux in a Minnesota grassland. Plant and Soil 207:77-86.

196. Hobbie, S.E. and F.S. Chapin, III. 1998. The response of tundra plant biomass, aboveground production, nitrogen, and CO2 flux to experimental warming.  Ecology 79:1526-1544.

197. Hobbie, S.E. and F.S. Chapin, III. 1998. An experimental test of limits to tree establishment in arctic tundra.  J. Ecol. 86:449-461.

198. Huante, P., E. RincÛn, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1998.  Effect of changing light availability on nutrient foraging in tropical deciduous tree-seedlings. Oikos 82:449-458.

199. Huante, P., E. RincÛn, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1998.  Foraging for nutrients, responses to light and competition in tropical deciduous tree-seedlings.  Oecologia 117:209-216.

200. McFadden, J.P., F.S. Chapin, III, and D.Y. Hollinger. 1998.  Subgrid-scale variability in the surface energy balance of arctic tundra. J. Geophys. Res. 103:28,947-28,961.

201. Verville, J.H., S.E. Hobbie, F.S. Chapin, III, and D.U. Hooper. 1998.  Response of tundra CH4 and CO2 flux to manipulation of temperature and vegetation.  Biogeochemistry 41:215-235.

202. Walker, D.A., N.A. Auerbach, J.G. Bockheim, F.S. Chapin, III, W. Eugster, J.Y. King, J.P. McFadden, G.J.Michaelson, F.E. Nelson, W.C. Oechel, C.L. Ping, W.S. Reeburgh, S. Regli, N.I. Shiklomanov, and G.L. Vourlitis. 1998. Energy and trace-gas fluxes across a soil pH boundary in the Arctic. Nature 394:469-472.

203. Grogan, P. and F.S. Chapin, III. 1999. Arctic soil respiration: effects of climate and vegetation depend on season.  Ecosystems 2:451-459.

204. Hobbie, S.E., A. Shevtsova, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1999. Plant responses to species removal and experimental warming in Alaskan tussock tundra. Oikos 84:417-434.

205. Hu, S., M.K. Firestone, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1999. Soil microbial feedbacks to atmospheric CO2 enrichment.  Trends Ecol. Evolu. 14:433-437.

206. Lynch, A.H., G.B. Bonan, F.S. Chapin, III, W. Wu. 1999. The impact of tundra ecosystems on the surface energy budget and climate of Alaska.  J. Geophys. Res. 104:6647-6660

207. Lynch, A.H., F.S. Chapin, III, L.D. Hinzman, W. Wu, E. Lilly, G. Vourlitis, and E. Kim. 1999. Surface energy balance on the arctic tundra: measurements and models. J. Climate 12: 2585-2606.

208. Mooney, H.A., J. Canadell, F.S. Chapin, III, J.R. Ehleringer, Ch. Kˆrner, R.E. McMurtrie, W.J. Parton, L.F. Pitelka, E.-D. Schulze. 1999. Ecosystem physiology responses to global change.  Pages 141-189 In:  The terrestrial biosphere and global change: Implications for natural and managed ecosystems (B. Walker, W. Steffen, J. Canadell, and J. Ingram, eds). Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.

209. Naeem, S., F.S. Chapin, III, R. Costanza, P.R. Ehrlich, F.B. Golley, D.U. Hooper, J. H. Lawton, R.V. OíNeill, H.A. Mooney, O.E. Sala, A.J. Symstand, and D. Tilman.  1999. Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: maintaining natural life support processes. Issues in Ecology 4:1-12.

210. Sala, O.E., F.S. Chapin, III, R.H. Gardner, W.K. Lauenroth, H.A. Mooney, and P.S. Ramakrishnan. 1999. Global change, biodiversity and ecological complexity. Pages 304-328 In:  The terrestrial biosphere and global change: Implications for natural and managed ecosystems (B. Walker, W. Steffen, J. Canadell, and J. Ingram, eds). Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.

211. Schulze, E.-D., Scholes, R.J., J.R. Ehlringer, L.A. Hunt, J. Canadell, F.S. Chapin, III, and W.L. Steffen. 1999. The study of ecosystems in the context of global change.  Pages 19-44 In:  The terrestrial biosphere and global change: Implications for natural and managed ecosystems (B. Walker, W. Steffen, J. Canadell, and J. Ingram, eds). Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.

212. Vavrek, M.C., N. Fetcher, J.B. McGraw, G.R. Shaver, F.S. Chapin, III,  and B.Bovard. 1999. Recovery of productivity and species diversity in tussock tundra following disturbance.  Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 31.:254-258.

213. Zimov, S.A., S.P. Davidov, G.M.Zimova, A.I. Davidova, F.S. Chapin, III, M.C. Chapin, and J.F. Reynolds. 1999. Contribution of disturbance to high-latitude amplification of atmospheric CO2. Science 284: 1973-1976.

214. Aerts, R., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. The mineral nutrition of wild plants revisited: a re-evaluation of processes and patterns. Adv. Ecol. Res. 30:1-67.

215. Cater, T.C., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Differential species effects on boreal tree seedling establishment after fire: resource competition or modification of microenvironment.  Ecology 81:1086-1099.

216. Chapin, F.S., III, W. Eugster, J.P. McFadden, A.H. Lynch, and D.A. Walker.  2000. Summer differences among arctic ecosystems in regional climate forcing. J. Climate 13:2002-2010.

217. Chapin, F.S., III, A.D. McGuire, J. Randerson, R. Pielke, Sr., D. Baldocchi, S.E. Hobbie, N. Roulet, W. Eugster, E. Kasischke, E.B. Rastetter, S.A. Zimov, and S.W. Running. 2000. Arctic and boreal ecosystems of western North America as components of the climate system.  Global Change Biology 6(Suppl. 1): 211-223.

218. Chapin, F.S., III, E.S. Zaveleta, V.T. Eviner, R.L. Naylor, P.M. Vitousek, S. Lavorel, H.L. Reynolds, D.U. Hooper, O.E. Sala, S.E. Hobbie, M.C. Mack, and S. Diaz. 2000. Consequences of changing biotic diversity. Nature 405: 234-242.

219. Epstein, H.E., M.D. Walker, F.S. Chapin, III, and A.M. Starfield. 2000. A transient, nutrient-based model of arctic plant community response to climatic warming.  Ecological Applications 10:824-841.

220. Eugster, W., W.R. Rouse, R. Pielke, J.P. McFadden, D.D. Baldocchi, T.G.F. Kittel, F.S. Chapin, III, G. Liston, P.L. Vidale, E. Vaganov, and S. Chambers. 2000. Land-atmosphere energy exchange in arctic tundra and boreal forest: available data and feedbacks to climate. Global Change Biol. 6(Suppl. 1): 84-115.

221. Eviner, V.T., F.S. Chapin, III and C. Vaughn. 2000. Nutrient manipulations in terrestrial ecosystems.  Pages 291-307 In: O.E. Sala, R.B. Jackson, H.A. Mooney, and R.W. Howarth, Eds.  Methods in Ecosystem Science.  Springer-Verlag, New York.

222. Fleming, M., F.S. Chapin, III, W. Cramer, G. Hufford, and M.C. Serreze. 2000. Geographic patterns and dynamics of Alaskan climate interpolated from a sparse station record. Global Change Biol. 6(Suppl. 1): 49-58.

223. Grogan, P. T.D. Bruns, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Fire effects on ecosystem nitrogen cycling in a Californian Bishop Pine forest. Oecologia 122:537-544.

224. Grogan, P. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000.  Nitrogen limitation of production in a Californian annual grassland: the contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizae.  Biogeochemistry 49:37-51.

225. Grogan, P. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Initial effects of experimental warming on above- and belowground components of net ecosystem CO2 exchange in arctic tundra.  Oecologia 125:512-520.

226. Hungate, B. A., C.H. Jaeger, G. Gamara, F.S. Chapin, III, C.B. Field. 2000 Soil microbiota in two annual grasslands: responses to elevated atmospheric CO2. Oecologia 124: 589-598.

227. Kittel, T.G.F., W.L. Steffen, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Global and regional modeling of arctic-boreal vegetation distribution and its sensitivity to altered forcing.  Global Change Biol. 6(Suppl. 1): 1-18

228. Rupp, T.S., F.S. Chapin, III, and A.M. Starfield.  2000. Response of subarctic vegetation to transient climatic change on the Seward Peninsula in northwest Alaska. Global Change Biology 6: 451-455.

229. Rupp, T.S., A.M. Starfield, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. A frame-based spatially explicit model of subarctic vegetation response to climatic change: comparison with a point model.  Landscape Ecology 15:383-400.

230. Sala, O.E., F.S. Chapin, III, J.J. Armesto, E. Berlow, J. Bloomfield, R. Dirzo, E. Huber-Sanwald, L.F. Huenneke, R. Jackson, A. Kinzig, R. Leemans, D. Lodge, H.A. Mooney, M. Oesterheld, N.L. Poff, M.T. Sykes, B.H. Walker, M. Walker, and D.H. Wall.  2000. Global biodiversity scenarios for the year 2100.  Science 287:1770-1776.

231. Serreze, M.C., J.E. Walsh, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Osterkamp, M. Dyurgerov, V. Romanovsky, W. Oechel, F. Morison, T. Zhang, and R.G. Barry. 2000. Observational evidence of recent change in the northern high-latitude environment. Climatic Change. 46:159-207.

232. Shaver, G.R., J. Canadell, F.S. Chapin, III, J. Gurevitch, J. Harte, G. Henry, P. Ineson, S. Jonasson, J. Melillo, L. Pitelka, and L. Rustad.  2000. Global warming and terrestrial ecosystems:  A conceptual framework for analysis.  BioScience 50: 871-882.

233. Williams, M., W. Eugster, E.B. Rastetter, J.P. McFadden, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. The controls on net ecosystem productivity along an arctic transect: A model comparison with flux measurements. Global Change Biology 6(Suppl. 1): 116-126.

234. Beringer, J., A.H. Lynch, F.S. Chapin, III, M. Mack, and G.B. Bonan. 2001. The representation of arctic soils in the Land Surface Model (LSM): The importance of mosses. J. Climate 14:3324-3335.

235. Beringer, J., N.J. Tapper, F.S. Chapin, III, I. McHugh, A.H. Lynch, M. Serreze, and A. Slater. 2001. Impact of arctic treeline on synoptic climate. Geophysical Research Letters 28:4247.

236. Cardon, Z.G., B.A. Hungate, C.A. Cambardella, F.S. Chapin, III, C.B. Field, E.A. Holland, and H.A. Mooney. 2001. Contrasting effects of elevated CO2 on old and new soil carbon pools. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33:365-373.

237. Chapin, F.S., III and K. Danell. 2001. Boreal forest. Pages 101-120 in F.S. Chapin, III, O. Sala, and E. Huber-Sannwald (eds). Global Biodiversity in a Changing Environment: Scenarios for the 21st Century. Springer-Verlag, New York.

238. Chapin, F.S., and R.W. Ruess. 2001. The roots of the matter. Nature 411:749-752.

239. Chapin, F.S., III, O. Sala, E. Huber-Sannwald, and R. Leemans. 2001.  The future of biodiversity in a changing world. Pages 1-4 in F.S. Chapin, III, O. Sala, and E. Huber-Sannwald (eds). Global Biodiversity in a Changing Environment: Scenarios for the 21st Century. Springer-Verlag, New York.

240. Cornelissen, J. H. C., T.V. Callaghan, J.M. Alatalo, A. Michelsen, E. Graglia, A.E. Hartley, D.S. Hik, S.E. Hobbie, M.C. Press, C.H. Robinson, G.H.R. Henry, G.R. Shaver, G.K. Phoenix, D. Gwynn Jones, S. Jonasson, F.S. Chapin III, U. Molau, C. Neill, J.A. Lee, J.M. Melillo, B. Sveinbjornsson and R. Aerts.  2001.  Global change and arctic ecosystems: Is lichen decline a function of increases in vascular plant biomass? Journal of Ecology 89: 984-994.

241. Craine J.M., Froehle J., Tilman D.G., Wedin D.A., Chapin F.S., III. 2001. The relationships among root and leaf traits of 76 grassland species and relative abundance along fertility and disturbance gradients. Oikos 93:274-285

242. Epstein, H.E., Chapin F.S. III, Walker, M.D., and Starfield, A.M. 2001. Analyzing the functional type concept in arctic plants using a dynamic vegetation model. Oikos 95:239-252.

243. Eviner, V.T. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2001. Animals and fungi can affect goatgrass establishment. California Agriculture 55(6):53.

244. Eviner, V.T. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2001. Plant species provide vital ecosystem functions for sustainable agriculture, rangeland management and restoration. California Agriculture 55(6):54-59.

245. Gitay, H., S. Brown, W. Easterling, B. Jallow, J. Antle, M. Apps, R. Beamish, F.S. Chapin, III, W. Cramer, J. Frangi, J. Laine, L. Erda, J. Magnuson, I. Noble, J. Price, T. Prowse, O. Sirotenko, T. Root, E.-D. Schulze, B. Sohngen, F.-F. Soussana. 2001. Ecosystems and their goods and services. Pages 235-342 in J.J. McCarthy, O.F. Canziana, N.A. Leary, D.J. Dokken, and K.S. White, editors. Climate Change 2001: Impacts Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge.

246. Hu, S., F.S. Chapin, III, M.K. Firestone, C.B. Field, and N.R. Chiariello. 2001. Nitrogen limitation of microbial decomposition in a grassland under elevated CO2. Nature 409:188-191.

247. Joel, G., Chapin, F.S., III, Chiariello, N.R., Thayer, S.S., Field, C.B. 2001. Species-specific responses of plant communities to altered carbon and nutrient availability.  Global Change Biology 7:435-450.

248. Jonasson, S., F.S. Chapin, III, and G.R. Shaver. 2001. Biogeochemistry in the arctic: Patterns, processes and controls.  Pages 139-150 In E.-D. Schulze, M. Heimann, S.P. Harrison, E.A. Holland, J.J. Lloyd, I.C. Prentice, and D. Schimel, eds. Global biogeochemical cycles in the climate system. Academic Press, San Diego.

249. McFadden, J.M., G.E. Liston, M. Sturm, R.A. Pielke, Sr., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2001. Interactions of shrubs and snow in arctic tundra: measurements and models. in Soil-vegetation-atmosphere transfer schemes and large-scale hydrological models. pages 317-325 in H. Dolman, J. Pomeroy, T. Oki, and A. Hall (editors). International Association of Hydrological Sciences, Wallingford, U.K.

250. Niemela, P., F.S. Chapin, III, K. Danell, and J.P. Bryant. 2001. Animal-mediated responses of boreal forest to climatic change. Climatic Change 48:427-440.

251. Rupp, T.S., F.S. Chapin, III, and A.M. Starfield.  2001.  Modeling the influence of topographic barriers on treeline advance at the forest-tundra ecotone in northwestern Alaska.  Climatic Change 48:399-416.

252. Shaver, G.R., M.S., Bret-Harte, M.H. Jones, J. Johnstone, L. Gough, J. Laundre, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2001. Species composition interacts with fertilizer to control long-term change in tundra productivity. Ecology 82:3163-3181.

253. Sturm, M., J.P. McFadden, G.E. Liston, F.S. Chapin, III, J. Holmgren, and M. Walker. 2001. Snow-shrub interactions in arctic tundra: A hypothesis with climatic implications. Journal of Climate 14:336-344

254. Vance, E.D. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2001. Substrate-environment interactions: multiple limitations to microbial activity in taiga forest floors. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33:173-188

255. Walker, D.A., J.G. Bockheim, F.S. Chapin, III, F.E. Nelson, and C.L. Ping. 2001. Calcium-rich tundra, wildlife, and the Mammoth Steppe.  Quaternary Science Reviews 20:149-163.

256. Walker, M.D., W.A. Gould, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2001.  Scenarios of biodiversity changes in arctic and alpine tundra. Pages 83-100 in F.S. Chapin, III, O. Sala, and E. Huber-Sannwald (eds). Global Biodiversity in a Changing Environment: Scenarios for the 21st Century. Springer-Verlag, New York.

257. Zimov, S.A., Y.V. Voropaev, S.P. Davydov, G.M. Zimova, A.I. Davydova, F.S. Chapin, III, and M.C. Chapin. 2001. Flux of methane from North Siberian aquatic systems: Influence on atmospheric methane. Pages 511-524 In R. Paepe and V. Melnikov (Eds.) Permafrost Response on Economic Development, Environmental Security and Natural Resources. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Hague.

258. Beringer, J., S. McIlwaine, A.H. Lynch, F.S. Chapin, III, and G.B. Bonan. 2002. The use of a reduced form model to assess the sensitivity of a land surface model to biotic surface parameters. Climate Dynamics 19:455-466.

259. Bret-Harte, M.S., G.R. Shaver, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2002. Primary and secondary stem growth in arctic shrubs: Implications for community response to environmental change. Journal of Ecology 90:251-267.

260. Chambers, S. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2002. Fire effects on surface-atmosphere energy exchange in Alaskan black spruce ecosystems: Implications for feedbacks to regional climate. J. Geophys. Res. 108, 8145, doi:10.1029/2001JD000530.

261. Craine J.M., Wedin D.A., Chapin F.S., III, and Reich P.B. 2002. Relationship between the structure of root systems and resource use for 11 North American grassland plants. Plant Ecology 165:85-100.

262. Eviner, V.T., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2002. The influence of plant species, fertilization and elevated CO2 on soil aggregate stability. Plant and Soil 246:211-219.

263. Gitay, H., A. Suarez, R. Watson, O. Anisimov, F.S. Chapin, III, R.V. Cruz, M. Finlayson, W. Hohenstein, G. Insarov, Z. Kundzewicz, R. Leemans, C. Magadza, L. Nurse, I. Noble, J. Price, N.H. Ravindranath, T. Root, B. Scholes, A. Millamizar, and X. Rumei. 2002. Climate Change and Biodiversity. IPCC Technical Paper V. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

264. Hooper, D.U., Z.G. Cardon, F.S. Chapin, III, and M. Durant. 2002. Corrected calculations for soil and ecosystem measurements of CO2 flux using the LI-COR 6200 portable photosynthesis system. Oecologia 132:1-11.

265. McGuire, A.D., C. Wirth, M. Apps, J. Beringer, J. Clein, H. Epstein, D.W. Kicklighter, J. Bhatti, F.S. Chapin III, B. de Groot, D. Efremov, W. Eugster, M Fukuda, T. Gower, L. Hinzman, B. Huntley, G.J. Jia, E. Kasischke, J. Melillo, V. Romanovsky, A. Shvidenko, E. Vaganov, and D. Walker. 2002. Environmental variation, vegetation distribution, carbon dynamics, and water/energy exchange in high latitudes. Journal of Vegetation Science 13:301-314.

266. Randerson, J.T., F.S. Chapin, III, J. Harden, J.C. Neff, and M.E. Harmon. 2002. Net ecosystem production: A comprehensive measure of net carbon accumulation by ecosystems. Ecological Applications 12:937-947.

267. Rupp, T.S., A.M. Starfield, F.S. Chapin III, and P. Duffy. 2002. Modeling the impact of black spruce on the fire regime of Alaskan boreal forest. Climatic Change 55:213-233.

268. Turner, M. G., D. B. Tinker, S. E. Gergel and F. S. Chapin, III.  2002.  Landscape disturbance: location, pattern and dynamics.  Pages 147-165 In: S. E. Gergel and M. G. Turner, editors.  Learning landscape ecology: a practical guide to concepts and techniques.  Springer-Verlag, New York.

269. Austin, A. T., R. W. Howarth, J. S. Baron, F.S. Chapin, III, T.R. Christensen, E. A. Holland, M.V. Ivanov, A.Y. Lein, L.A. Martinelli, J. M. Melillo, and C. Shang. 2003. Human disruption of element interactions: Drivers, consequences and trends for the 21st century. Pages 15-45 In Interactions of the Major Biogeochemical Cycles: Global Change and Human Impacts, J. M. Melillo, C. B. Field, and B. Moldan. Island Press, Washington DC.

270. Chapin, F.S., III. 2003. Effects of plant traits on ecosystem and regional processes: A conceptual framework for predicting the consequences of global change. Annals of Botany 91:455-463.

271. Chapin, F.S., III, T.S. Rupp, A.M. Starfield, L. DeWilde, E.S. Zavaleta, N. Fresco, and A.D. McGuire. 2003. Planning for resilience: Modeling change in human-fire interactions in the Alaskan boreal forest. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1:255-261.

272. Craine J.M., Wedin D.A., Chapin F.S., III, and Reich P.B. 2003. Development of grassland root systems and their effects on ecosystem properties. Plant and Soil 250:39-47.

273. Diaz, S., A.J. Symstad, F.S. Chapin, III, D.A.  Wardle and L. Huenneke. 2003. Functional diversity revealed by removal experiments. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18:140-146.

274. Eugster, W., G. Kling, T. Jonas, J.P. McFadden, A. Wust, S. MacIntyre, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. CO2 exchange between air and water in an arctic Alaskan and midlatitude Swiss lake: Importance of convective mixing. Journal of Geophysical Research D108:4362, doi:10.1029/2002JD002653.

275. Eviner, V.T., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. Gopher-plant-fungal interactions affect establishment of an invasive grass. Ecology 84:120-128.

276. Eviner, V.T., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. Functional matrix: A conceptual framework for predicting multiple plant effects on ecosystem processes. Annual Reviews of Ecology and Systematics 34: 455-485.

277. Eviner, V.T., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. Biogeochemical interactions and biodiversity. Pages 151-173 In Interactions of the Major Biogeochemical Cycles: Global Change and Human Impacts, J. M. Melillo, C. B. Field, and B. Moldan. Island Press, Washington DC.

278. Gruenzweig, J.M., S.D. Sparrow, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. Impact of forest conversion to agriculture on carbon and nitrogen mineralization in subarctic Alaska. Biogeochemistry 64:271-296.

279. Hinzman, L.D., M. Fukuda, D.V. Sandberg, F.S. Chapin, III and D. Dash. 2003. FROSTFIRE: An experimental approach to predicting the climate feedbacks from the changing boreal fire regime. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 108(D1), 8153, doi:10.1029/2001JD00415.

280. Johnstone, J.F. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. Non-equilibrium succession dynamics indicate continued northern migration of lodgepole pine. Global Change Biology 9:1401-1409.

281. McFadden, J.P., W. Eugster, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. A regional study of the controls on water vapor and CO2 fluxes in arctic tundra. Ecology 84: 2762-2776.

282. McGuire, A.D., M. Sturm, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. Arctic Transitions in the land-Atmosphere System (ATLAS): Background, objectives, results, and future directions. Journal of Geophysical Research 107, 8147, doi:10.1029/2001JD001244 [printed 108(D1), 2003].

283. Neff, J. C., F. S. Chapin, III, and P. M. Vitousek. 2003. Breaks in the cycle: Dissolved organic nitrogen in terrestrial ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1:205-211.

284. Sandberg, D.V., F.S. Chapin, III, and L. Hinzman. 2003. FROSTFIRE: a study of the role of fire in global change in the boreal forest. Pages 192-196 in K.E.M. Galley, R.C. Klinger, and N.G. Sugihara (eds.). Proceedings of Fire Conference 2000: The First National Congress on Fire Ecology, Prevention, and Management. Miscellaneous Publication No. 13, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL.

285. Symstad, A.J., F.S. Chapin, III, D.H. Wall, K.L. Gross, L.F. Huenneke, G.G. Mittelbach, D.P.C. Peters, G.D. Tilman. 2003. Long-term and large-scale perspectives on the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. BioScience 53:89-98.

286. Urcelay, C., S. Bret-Harte, S. Diaz, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. Mycorrhizal colonization mediated by species interactions in arctic tundra. Oecologia DOI: 10.1007/s00442-003-1349-6.

287. Van Wijk, M. T, K. E. Clemmensen, G. R. Shaver, M. Williams, T. V. Callaghan, F. S. Chapin III, J. H. C. Cornelissen, L. Gough, S. E. Hobbie, S. Jonasson, J. A. Lee, A. Michelsen, M. C. Press, S. J. Richardson, H. Rueth, 2003. Long-term ecosystem level experiments at Toolik Lake, Alaska, and at Abisko, Northern Sweden: Generalizations and differences in ecosystem and plant type responses to global change. Global Change Biology 10:105-123.

288. Walker, D.A., G.J. Jia, H.E. Epstein, M. K. Raynolds, F.S. Chapin, III, C. Copass, L.D. Hinzman, J.A. Knudson, H. Maier, G.J. Michaelson, F. Nelson, C.L. Ping, V.E. Romanovsky, and N. Shiklomanov. 2003. Vegetation-soil-thaw-depth relationships along a Low-Arctic bioclimate gradient, Alaska: Synthesis of information from the ATLAS studies. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 14:103-123.

289. Bret-Harte, M. S., E.A. Garcia, V.M. Sacré, J.R. Whorley, J.L. Wagner, S.C. Lippert, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Plant and soil responses to neighbour removal and fertilization in Alaskan tussock tundra. Journal of Ecology 92:635-647.

290. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, G. Shaver, S. Schaphoff, S. Sitch, and C. Zöckler. 2004. Key findings and extended summaries. Ambio 33(7):386-392.

291. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, G. Shaver, S. Schaphoff, S. Sitch, and C. Zöckler. 2004. Rationale, concepts and approach to the assessment. Ambio 33(7):393-397.

292. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, and G. Shaver. 2004. Past changes in arctic terrestrial ecosystems, climate and UV radiation. Ambio 33(7):398-403.

293. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, G. Shaver, J. Elster, H. Henttonen, K. Laine, K. Taulavuori, E. Taulavuori, and C. Zöckler. 2004. Biodiversity, distributions and adaptations of arctic species in the context of environmental change. Ambio 33(7):404-417.

294. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, G. Shaver, J. Elster, I.S. Jonsdottir, K. Laine, K. Taulavuori, E. Taulavuori, and C. Zöckler. 2004. Responses to projected changes in climate and UV-B at the species level. Ambio 33(7):418-435.

295. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, G. Shaver, and H. Henttonen. 2004. Effects on the structure of arctic ecosystems in the short- and long-term perspectives. Ambio 33(7):436-447.

296. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, and G. Shaver. 2004. Effects on the function of arctic ecosystems in the short- and long-term perspectives. Ambio 33(7):448-458.

297. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, G. Shaver, S. Schaphoff, and S. Sitch. 2004. Effects of changes in climate on landscape and regional processes, and feedbacks to the climate system. Ambio 33(7):459-468.

298. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, G. Shaver, S. Schaphoff, S. Sitch and C. Zöckler. 2004. Synthesis of effects in four arctic subregions. Ambio 33(7):469-473.

299. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, Y. Chernov, F.S. Chapin, III, T. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, N. Panikov, W. Oechel, and G. Shaver. 2004. Uncertainties and recommendations. Ambio 33(7):474-479.

300. Chapin, F.S., III. T.V. Callaghan, Y. Bergeron, M. Fukuda, J.F. Johnstone, G. Juday, and S.A. Zimov. 2004. Global change and the boreal forest: Thresholds, shifting states or gradual change? Ambio 33: 361-365.

301. Chapin, F. S., III. and V.T. Eviner. 2004. Biogeochemistry of terrestrial net primary production. Pages 215-247 In W.H. Schlesinger (Ed. Treatise on Geochemistry volume 8, Executive editors H.D. Holland and K.K. Turekian Elsevier, Amsterdam.

302. Chapin, F.S., III, L. Henry, and L. DeWilde. 2004. Wilderness in a changing Alaska: Managing for resilience. International Journal of Wilderness 10(2): 9-13.

303. Chapin, F.S., III, G. Peterson, F. Berkes, T.V. Callaghan, P. Angestam, M. Apps, C. Beier, Y. Bergeron, A.-S. Crepin, K. Danell, T. Elmqvist, C. Folke, B. Forbes, N. Fresco, G. Juday, J. Niemela, A. Shvidenko, and G. Whiteman. 2004. Resilience and vulnerability of northern regions to social and environmental change. Ambio 33:344-349.

304. Epstein, H.E., J. Beringer, W.A. Gould, A.H. Lloyd, C.D. Thompson, F.S. Chapin, III, G.J. Michaelson, C.L. Ping, T.S. Rupp, and D.A. Walker. 2004. The nature of spatial transitions in the Arctic. Journal of Biogeography 31: 1917-1933.

305. Epstein, H.E., M.P. Calef, M.D. Walker, F.S. Chapin, III, and A.M. Starfield. 2004. Detecting changes in arctic tundra plant communities in response to warming over decadal time scales. Global Change Biology 10:1325-1334.

306. Forbes, B., N. Fresco, A. Shvedenko, K. Danell, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Geographic variations in anthropogenic drivers that influence the vulnerability and resilience of high-latitude nations. Ambio 33:377-382.

307. Gruenzweig, J. M., S.D. Sparrow, D. Yakir, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Impact of agricultural land-use change on carbon storage in boreal Alaska. Global Change Biology 10:452-472.

308. Heijmans, M.M.P.D., W.J. Arp, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Carbon dioxide and water vapour exchange from understory species in boreal forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 123:135-147.

309. Heijmans, M.M.P.D., W.J. Arp, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Controls on moss evaporation in a boreal black spruce forest. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 18:GB2004, doi:10.1029/2003GB002128.

310. Johnstone, J. F., F.S. Chapin, III, J. Foote, S. Kemmett, K. Price, and L. A. Viereck. 2004. Decadal observations of tree regeneration following fire in boreal forests. Can. J. For. Res. 34:267-273

311. Kruse, J.A., R.G. White, H.E. Epstein, B. Archie, M.D. Berman, S.R. Braund, F.S. Chapin, III, J. Charlie, Sr., C.J. Daniel, J. Eamer, N. Flanders, B. Griffith, S. Haley, L. Huskey, B. Joseph, D.R. Klein, G.P. Kofinas, S. Martin, S. Murphy, W. Nebesky, C. Nicholson, D.E. Russell, J. Tetlichi, A. Tussing, M.D. Walker, and O.R. Young. 2004. Modeling sustainability of arctic communities: An interdisciplinary collaboration of researchers and local knowledge holders. Ecosystems 7:815-828; DOI:10.1007/s10021-004-0008-z.

312. Mack, M.C., E.A.G. Schuur, M.S. Bret-Harte, G.R. Shaver, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Ecosystem carbon storage in arctic tundra reduced by long-term nutrient fertilization. Nature 431:440-443.

313. McGuire, A.D., M. Apps, F.S. Chapin III, R. Dargaville, M.D. Flannigan, E.S. Kasischke, D. Kicklighter, J. Kimball, W. Kurz, D.J. McRae, K. McDonald, J. Melillo, R. Myneni, B.J. Stocks, D.L. Verbyla, and Q. Zhuang. 2004. Land cover disturbances and feedbacks to the climate system in Canada and Alaska. Pages 139-161 in Gutman, G., Janetos, A.C., Justice, C.O., Moran, E.F., Mustard, J.F., Rindfuss, R.R., Skole, D., Turner II, B.L., Cochrane, M.A. (Eds.) Land Change Science: Observing, Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface. Dordrecht, Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

314. Thompson, C., J. Beringer, F. S. Chapin, III, and A. D. McGuire. 2004. Structural complexity and land-surface energy exchange along a vegetation gradient from arctic tundra to boreal forest. Journal of Vegetation Science 15:397-406.

315. Ullsten, O., J. G. Speth, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Options for enhancing the resilience of northern countries to rapid social and environmental change: A message to policy makers. Ambio 33:343.

316. Whiteman, G., B.C. Forbes, J. Niemela, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Bringing feedback and resilience of high-latitude ecosystems into the corporate boardroom. Ambio 33:371-376.

317. Wright, I. J., P.B. Reich, M. Westoby, D.D. Ackerly, Z. Barusch, F. Bongers, J. Cavender-Bares, F.S. Chapin, III, J.H.C. Cornelissen, M. Diemer, J. Flexas, E. Garnier, P.K. Groom, J. Gulias, K. Hikosaka, B.B. Lamont, T. Lee, W. Lee, C. Lusk, J.J. Midgley, M.-L. Navas, U. Niinemets, J. Oleksyn, N. Osada, H. Poorter, P. Poot, L. Prior, V.I. Pyankov, C. Roumet, S.C. Thomas, M.G. Tjoelker, E.J. Veneklaas, and R. Villar. 2004. The world-wide leaf economics spectrum. Nature 428:821-827.

318. Beringer, J., F.S. Chapin III, C.C. Thompson, and A.D. McGuire. 2005. Surface energy exchanges along a tundra-forest transition and feedbacks to climate. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology 131:143-161.

319. Callaghan, T., L.O. Bjorn, F.S. Chapin, III, Y. Chernov, T.R. Christensen, B. Huntley, R. Ims, M. Johansson, D. Jolly Reidlinger, S. Jonasson, N. Matveyeva, W. Oechel, N. Panikov, and G. Shaver. 2005. Arctic tundra and polar desert ecosystems. Pp. 243-352 In ACIA (Ed.) Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

320. Canals, R.M., V.T. Eviner, D.J. Herman, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2005. Plant colonizers shape early N-dynamics in gopher mounds. Plant and Soil 276:327-334.

321. Chambers, S., J. Beringer, J. Randerson, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2005. Fire effects on net radiation and energy partitioning: Contrasting responses of tundra and boreal forest ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres 110(D9):D09106 http://dx.doi.org/10.1029/2004JD005299.

322. Chapin, F.S., III, M. Berman, T.V. Callaghan, P. Convey, A.-S. Crepin, K. Danell, H. Ducklow, B. Forbes, G. Kofinas, A.D. McGuire, M. Nuttall, R. Virginia, O. Young, and S. Zimov. 2005. Polar Systems. Pages 717-743 In H. Hassan, R. Scholes, and N. Ash (Eds.) Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Current State and Trends. Island Press, Washington, ISBN 1-55963-227-5.

323. Chapin, F.S., M. Sturm, M.C. Serreze, J. P. McFadden, J.R. Key, A.H. Lloyd, A.D. McGuire, T.S. Rupp, A.H. Lynch, J.P. Schimel, J. Beringer, W.L. Chapman, H.E. Epstein, E.S. Euskirchen, L. D. Hinzman, G. Jia, C.-L. Ping, K.D. Tape, C.D.C. Thompson, D.A. Walker, and J.M. Welker. 2005. Role of land-surface changes in arctic summer warming. Science 310:657-660.

324. Diaz, S., D. Tilman, J. Fargione, F.S. Chapin, III, R. Dirzo, T. Kitzberger, B. Gemmill, M. Zobel, M. Vilà, C. Mitchell, A. Wilby, G.C. Daily, M. Galetti, W.F. Laurance, J. Pretty, R. Naylor, A. Power, and D. Harvell. 2005. Biodiversity regulation of ecosystem services. Pages 297-329 In H. Hassan, R. Scholes, and N. Ash (Eds.) Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Current State and Trends. Island Press, Washington.

325. Eugster, W., J.P. McFadden, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2005. Differences in surface roughness, energy and CO2 fluxes in two moist tundra vegetation types, Kuparuk Watershed, Alaska, U.S.A. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 37 (1):61-67.

326. Eviner, V. T. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2005. Selective gopher disturbance influences plant species effects on nitrogen cycling. Oikos 109:154-166.

327. Foley, J. A., R. DeFries, G. P. Asner, C. Barford, G. Bonan, S. R. Carpenter, F. S. Chapin, III, M. T. Coe, G. C. Daily, H. K. Gibbs, J. H. Helkowski, T. Holloway, E. A. Howard, C. J. Kucharik, C. Monfreda, J. A. Patz, I. C. Prentice, N. Ramankutty, and P. K. Snyder. 2005. Global consequences of land use. Science 309:570-574.

328. Hinzman, L.D., N.D. Bettez, W.R. Bolton, F.S. Chapin, III, M. B. Dyurgerov, C. L. Fastie, B. Griffith, R.D. Hollister, A. Hope, H.P. Huntington, A.M. Jensen, G.J. Jia, T. Jorgenson, D.L. Kane, D.R. Klein, G. Kofinas, A.H. Lynch, A. H. Lloyd, A.D. McGuire, F.E. Nelson, M. Nolan, W.C. Oechel, T.E. Osterkamp, C. H. Racine, V.E. Romanovsky, R.S. Stone, D.A. Stow, M. Sturm, C.E. Tweedie, G.L. Vourlitis, M.D. Walker, D. A.Walker, P.J. Webber, J. Welker, K.S. Winker, and K. Yoshikawa. 2005. Evidence and implications of recent climate change in northern Alaska and other arctic regions. Climatic Change 72(3)251-298.

329. Hooper, D.U., F.S. Chapin, III, J.J. Ewel, A. Hector, P. Inchausti, S. Lavorel, J.H. Lawton, D.M. Lodge, M. Loreau, S. Naeem, B. Schmid, H. Setälä, A.J. Symstad, J. Vandermeer, and D.A. Wardle. 2005. Effects of biodiversity on ecosystem functioning: A consensus of current knowledge and needs for future research. Ecological Monographs 75:3-35.

330. Hooper, D.U., F.S. Chapin III, J.J. Ewel, A. Hector, P. Inchausti, W.K. Lauenroth, S. Lavorel, D.M. Lodge, M. Loreau, S. Naeem, B. Schmid, H. Setälä, A.J. Symstad, J. Vandermeer, D.A. Wardle. 2005. Effects of biodiversity on ecosystem processes: Implications for ecosystem management. Ecological Society of America Position Statement. http://www.esa.org/pao/esaPositions/Statements/effectsBiodiversity.php

331. Liu, H.P., J.T. Randerson, J. Lindfors, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2005. Changes in the surface energy budget following fire in boreal ecosystems of interior Alaska: An annual perspective. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres 110, D13101, doi:10.1029/2004JD005158.

332. Overpeck, J.T., M. Sturm, J.A. Francis, D.K. Perovich, M.C. Serreze, R. Benner, E.C. Carmack, F.S. Chapin, III et al. 2005. Arctic system on trajectory to new, seasonally ice-free state. EOS 86(34):309, 312-313.

333. Smithwick, E. A. H., M. C. Mack, M. G. Turner, F. S. Chapin, III, J. Zhu, and T.C. Balser. 2005. Spatial heterogeneity and soil nitrogen dynamics in a burned black spruce forest stand: Distinct controls at different scales. Biogeochemistry 76:517-537.

334. Smithwick, E., M. Turner, M. Mack, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2005. Post-fire soil N cycling in northern conifer forests affected by severe, stand-replacing wildfires. Ecosystems 8:163-181.

335. Turner, M.G. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2005. Causes and consequences of spatial heterogeneity in ecosystem function. Pages 9-30 In Ecosystem Function in Heterogeneous Landscapes. Ed. By G.M. Lovett, C.G. Jones, M.G. Turner, and K.C. Weathers. Springer, New York.

336. Amiro, B.D., A.L. Orchansky, A.G. Barr, T.A. Black, S.D. Chambers, F.S. Chapin III, M.L. Goulden, M. Litvak, H. Liu, J.H. McCaughey, and J.T. Randerson. 2006. The effect of post-fire stand age on the boreal forest energy balance. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology 140:41-50.

337. Chapin, F.S., III, M. Hoel, S.R. Carpenter, J. Lubchenco, B. Walker, T.V. Callaghan, C. Folke, S. Levin, K.-G. Mäler, C. Nilsson, S. Barrett, F. Berkes, A.-S. Crépin, K. Danell, T. Rosswall, D. Starrett, T. Xepapadeas, and S.A. Zimov. 2006. Building resilience and adaptation to manage arctic change. Ambio 35(4):198-202.

338. Chapin, F.S., III, T. Hollingsworth, D.F. Murray, L.A. Viereck, and M.D. Walker. 2006. Floristic diversity and vegetation distribution in the Alaskan boreal forest. Pages 81-99 in F.S. Chapin, III, M. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (Eds.) Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York.

339. Chapin, F.S., III, A.L. Lovecraft, E.S. Zavaleta, J. Nelson, M.D. Robards, G.P. Kofinas, S.F. Trainor, G.D. Peterson, H.P. Huntington, and R.L. Naylor. 2006. Policy strategies to address sustainability of Alaskan boreal forests in response to a directionally changing climate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103(45):16637-16643. [2008 Sustainability Science Award, Ecological Society of America]

340. Chapin, F.S., III, A.D. McGuire, R.W. Ruess, M.W. Walker, R. Boone, M. Edwards, B. Finney, L.D. Hinzman, J. B. Jones, G.P. Juday, E.S. Kasischke, K. Kielland, A.H. Lloyd, M.W. Oswood, C.-L. Ping, E. Rexstad, V. Romanovsky, J. Schimel, E. Sparrow, B. Sveinbjornsson, D.W. Valentine, K. Van Cleve, D.L. Verbyla, L.A. Viereck, R.A. Werner, T.L. Wurtz, and J. Yarie. 2006. Summary and synthesis: Past and future changes in the Alaskan boreal forest. Pages 332-338 in F.S. Chapin, III, M. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (Eds.) Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York.

341. Chapin, F.S., III, M.D. Robards, H.P. Huntington, J.F. Johnstone, S.F. Trainor, G.P Kofinas R.W. Ruess, N. Fresco, D.C. Natcher, and R.L. Naylor. 2006. Directional changes in ecological communities and social-ecological systems: A framework for prediction based on Alaskan examples. American Naturalist 168:S36-S49.

342. Chapin, F.S., III, L.A. Viereck, P. Adams, K. Van Cleve, C.L. Fastie, R.A. Ott, D. Mann, and J.F. Johnstone. 2006. Successional processes in the Alaskan boreal forest. Pages 100-120 In F.S. Chapin, III, M. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (Eds.) Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York.

343. Chapin, F.S., III, G.M. Woodwell, J.T. Randerson, G.M. Lovett, E.B. Rastetter, D.D. Baldocchi, D.A. Clark, M.E. Harmon, D.S. Schimel, R. Valentini, C. Wirth, J.D. Aber, J.J. Cole, M.L. Goulden, J.W. Harden, M. Heimann, R.W. Howarth, P.A. Matson, A.D. McGuire, J.M. Melillo, H.A. Mooney, J.C. Neff, R.A. Houghton, M.L. Pace, M.G. Ryan, S.W. Running, O.E. Sala, W.H. Schlesinger, and E.-D. Schulze. 2006. Reconciling carbon-cycle concepts, terminology, and methods. Ecosystems 9(7):1041-1050.

344. Chapin, F.S., III, J. Yarie, K. Van Cleve, and L.A. Viereck. 2006. The conceptual basis of LTER studies in the Alaskan boreal forest. Pages 3-11 In F.S. Chapin, III, M. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (Eds.) Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York.

345. DeWilde, L., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Human impacts on the fire regime of Interior Alaska: Interactions among fuels, ignition sources, and fire suppression. Ecosystems 9:1342-1353.

346. Diaz, S. J. Fargione, F.S. Chapin, III, and D. Tilman. 2006. Biodiversity loss threatens human well-being. Plant Library of Science (PLoS) 4(8):1300-1305.

347. Eviner, V.T., F.S. Chapin, III, and C.E. Vaughn. 2006. Seasonal variations in plant species effects on soil N and P dynamics. Ecology 87(4):974-986.

348. Hollingsworth, T.N., M.D. Walker, F.S. Chapin, III, and A.L. Parsons. 2006. Scale-dependent environmental controls over species composition in Alaskan black spruce communities. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:1781-1796.

349. Huntington, H. P., S.F. Trainor, D.C. Natcher, O.H. Huntington, L. DeWilde, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. The significance of context in community-based research: Understanding discussions about wildfire in Huslia, Alaska. Ecology and Society 11 (1): 40. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol11/iss1/art40/.

350. Johnstone, J.F. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Effects of burn severity on patterns of post-fire tree recruitment in boreal forests. Ecosystems 9:14-31.

351. Johnstone, J.F. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Fire interval effects on successional trajectory in boreal forests of northwest Canada. Ecosystems 9:268-277.

352. McGuire, A.D., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Climate feedbacks in the Alaskan boreal forest. Pages 309-322 in F.S. Chapin, III, M. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (Eds.) Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York.

353. McGuire, A.D., F.S. Chapin, III, J.E. Walsh, and C. Wirth. 2006. Integrated regional changes in arctic climate feedbacks: Implications for the global climate system. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 31:61-91.

354. Myers-Smith, I.H., B.K. Constantine, R.M Thompson, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Cumulative impacts on Alaskan arctic tundra to a quarter century of road dust. Ecoscience 13(4): 503-510.

355. Pugnaire, F.I., F.S. Chapin, III, and T.M. Hardig. 2006. Evolutionary changes in correlations among functional traits in Ceanothus in response to Mediterranean conditions. Web Ecology 6:17-26.

356. Randerson, J. T., H. Liu, M. Flanner, S. D. Chambers, Y. Jin, P. G. Hess, G. Pfister, M. C. Mack, K. K. Treseder, L. Welp, F. S. Chapin, III, J. W. Harden, M. L. Goulden, E. Lyons, J. C. Neff, E. A. G. Schuur, and C. Zender. 2006. The impact of boreal forest fire on climate warming. Science 314:1130-1132.

357. Schimel, J.P., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Microbial processes in the Alaskan boreal forest. Pages 227-240. in F.S. Chapin, III, M. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (Eds.) Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York.

358. Sparrow, E.B., J.C. Dawe, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Communication of Alaskan boreal science with broader communities. Pages 323-331 in F.S. Chapin, III, M. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (Eds.) Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York.

359. Thompson, C. C., A.D. McGuire, J.S. Clein, F.S. Chapin, III, and J. Beringer. 2006. Net carbon exchange across the arctic tundra-boreal forest transition in Alaska 1981-2000. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 11(4):805-827.

360. Valentine, D.W., K. Kielland, F.S. Chapin, III, A.D. McGuire, and K. Van Cleve. 2006. Patterns of biogeochemistry in Alaskan boreal forests. Pages 241-266 in F.S. Chapin, III, M. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L. Verbyla (Eds.) Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York.

361. Walter, K.M., S.A. Zimov, J.P. Chanton, D. Verbyla, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Methane bubbling from Siberian thaw lakes as a positive feedback to climate warming. Nature 443:71-75.

362. Zimov, S.A., S.P. Davydov, G.M. Zimova, A.I. Davydova, E.A.G. Schuur, K. Dutta, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Permafrost carbon: Stock and decomposability of a globally significant carbon pool. Geophysical Research Letters 33, L20502, doi:10.1029/2006GL027484.

363. Zimov, S.A., E.A.G. Schuur, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Permafrost and the global carbon budget. Science 312:1612-1613.

364. Brinkman, T. J., G. P. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III, and D. K. Person. 2007. Influence of hunter adaptability on resilience of subsistence hunting systems.  Journal of Ecological Anthropology 11:58-63.

365. Chapin, F.S., III. 2007. The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: A framework for wilderness stewardship in a directionally changing world. International journal of Wilderness. Wild Planet Project 13:19-20, 23.

366. Chapin, F.S., III. 2007. Alaska parks in a warming climate: Conserving a changing future. Alaska Park Science 6(2):7-11.

367. Chapin, F.S., III, K. Danell, T. Elmqvist, C. Folke, and N. Fresco. 2007. Managing climate change impacts to enhance the resilience and sustainability of Fennoscandian forests. Ambio 36(7):528-533.

368. Cornelissen, J.H.C., P.M. van Bodegom, R. Aerts, T.V. Callaghan, R.S.P. van Logtestijn, J. Alatalo, F.S. Chapin, III, et al. 2007. Global negative vegetation feedback to climate warming responses of leaf litter decomposition rates in cold biomes. Ecology Letters 10:619-627.

369. Diaz, S., S. Lavorel, F.S., Chapin, III, P.A. Tecco, D. E. Gurvich, and K. Grigulis. 2007. Functional diversity: At the crossroads between ecosystem functioning and environmental filters. Pages 81-91 In: Terrestrial Ecosystems in a Changing World. (eds. Canadell, J.G., Pataki, D.E., and Pitelka, L.F.). IGBP Series, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

370. Euskirchen, S.E., A.D. McGuire, and F.S. Chapin III. 2007. Energy feedbacks to the climate system due to reduced high latitude snow cover during 20th century warming. Global Change Biology 13:2425-2438.

371. McGuire, A.D., F.S. Chapin III, C. Wirth, M. Apps, J. Bhatti, T. Callaghan, T.R. Christensen, J.S. Clein, M. Fukuda, T. Maximov, A. Onuchin, A. Shvidenko, and E. Vaganov. 2007. Responses of high latitude ecosystems to global change: Potential consequences for the climate system. In: Terrestrial Ecosystems in a Changing World. (eds. Canadell, J.G., Pataki, D.E., and Pitelka, L.F.), pp. 297-310. IGBP Series, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

372. Milner, A.M., C. Fastie, F.S. Chapin, III, D.R. Engstrom, and L. Sharman. 2007. Interactions and linkages among ecosystems during landscape evolution. BioScience 57:237-247.

373. Myers-Smith, I. H., A. D. McGuire, J. W. Harden, and F. S. Chapin III 2007. Influence of disturbance on carbon exchange in a permafrost collapse and adjacent burned forest, J. Geophys. Res., 112, G04017, doi:10.1029/2007JG000423.

374. Natcher, D. C., M. Calef, O. Huntington, S. Trainor, H. P. Huntington, L. DeWilde, S. Rupp and F. S. Chapin, III 2007. Factors Contributing to the Cultural and Spatial Variability of Landscape Burning by Native Peoples of Interior Alaska. Ecology and Society 12 (1): 7. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss1/art7/.

375. Natcher, D., O. Huntington, H. Huntington, F.S. Chapin, III, S.F. Trainor, and L. DeWilde. 2007. Notions of time and sentience: Methodological considerations for arctic change research. Arctic Anthropology 44(2):113-126.

376. Potvin, C., F.S. Chapin, III, A. Gonzalez, P. Leadley, P. Reich, and J. Roy. 2007. Ecosystem functioning in a more uniform and species-poorer world: Plant biodiversity and responses to elevated carbon dioxide. Pages 125-134 In: Terrestrial Ecosystems in a Changing World. (eds. Canadell, J.G., Pataki, D.E., and Pitelka, L.F.). IGBP Series, Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

377. Soja, A.J., N.M.Tchebakova, N.N.E. French, M.D. Flannigan, H.H. Shugart, B.J. Stocks, A.I. Sukhinin, E.I. Parfenova, F.S. Chapin, III, and P.W. Stackhouse, Jr. 2007. Climate-induced boreal forest change: Predictions versus current observations. Global and Planetary Change 56(3-4): 274-296.

378. Trainor, S.F., F.S. Chapin, III, H.P. Huntington, D.C. Natcher, and G. Kofinas. 2007. Arctic climate impacts: Environmental injustice in Canada and the United States. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability 12(6):627-643.

379. Walter, K. M., M. E. Edwards, G. Grosse, F. S. Chapin III, S. A. Zimov. 2007. Thermokarst lakes as a source of atmospheric CH4 during the last deglaciation. Science 318:633-636.

380. Walter, K. M., L. C. Smith, and F. S. Chapin, III. 2007. Methane bubbling from northern lakes: Present and future contributions to the global methane budget. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 365:1657-1676.

381. Alessa, L. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. Anthropogenic biomes: A key contribution to earth-system science. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23(10):529-531.

382. Beier, C.M., T.M. Patterson, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. Ecosystem services and emergent vulnerability in managed ecosystems: A geospatial decision-support tool. Ecosystems 11(6):923-938.

383. Bret-Harte, M.S., M.C. Mack, G.R. Goldsmith, D.B. Sloan, J. DeMarco, G.R. Shaver, P.M. Ray, Z. Biesinger, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. Plant functional types do not predict biomass responses to removal and fertilization in Alaskan tussock tundra. Journal of Ecology 96(4):713-726.

384. Calef, M.P., A.D. McGuire, F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. Human influence on wildfire in Alaska from 1988 through 2005: An analysis of the spatial patterns of human impacts. Earth Interactions 12(1) doi: 10:10.1175/2007EI220.1.

385. Chapin, F.S., III. 2008. Climate change and the biosphere. The Scientist 22(1):37.

386. Chapin, F.S., III, V.T. Eviner, L.M. Talbot, B.A. Wilcox, D.R. Magness, C.A. Brewer, and D.S. Keebler. 2008. Disease effects on landscape and regional systems: A resilience framework. Pages 284-303 in R. Ostfeld, F. Keesing, and V.T. Eviner, editors. The Ecology of Infectious Diseases. Princeton University Press, Princeton.

387. Chapin, F.S., III, J.T. Randerson, A.D. McGuire, J.A. Foley, and C.B. Field. 2008. Changing feedbacks in the earth-climate system. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6(6):313-320.

388. Chapin, F. S., III, S. F. Trainor, O. Huntington, A. L. Lovecraft, E. Zavaleta, D. C. Natcher, A. D. McGuire, J. L. Nelson, L. Ray, M. Calef, N. L. Fresco, H. Huntington, T. S. Rupp, L. DeWilde, and R. L. Naylor. 2008. Increasing wildfire in the boreal forest: Pathways to potential solutions of a wicked problem. BioScience 58(6):531-540.

389. Cole, D.N., L. Yung, E.S. Zavaleta, G.H. Aplet, F.S. Chapin, III, D.M. Graber, E.S. Higgs, R.J. Hobbs, P.B. Landres, C.I. Millar, D.J. Parsons, J.M. Randall, N.L. Stephenson, K.A. Tonnessen, P.S. White, and S. Woodley. 2008. Naturalness and beyond: Protected area stewardship in an era of global environmental change. The George Wright Forum 25(1):36-56.

390. Committee on Ecological Impacts of Climate Change. 2008. Ecological Impacts of Climate Change. National Research Council, Washington.

391. Correll, R.W., S.J. Hassol, J.M. Melillo, D. Archer, E. Euskirchen, F.S. Chapin III, A.D. McGuire, T.R. Christensen, V.P. Fichelet, K. Walter, Q. Zhuang, T. Callaghan, S. Bech, and C. McMullen. 2008. Methane from the Arctic: Global warming wildcard. In: UNEP Year Book 2008 (ed P. Harrison), pp 37-48. United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi, Kenya.

392. Hollingsworth, T.N., E.A.G. Schuur, F.S. Chapin, III, and M.D. Walker. 2008. Plant community composition as a predictor of regional soil carbon storage in Alaskan boreal black spruce ecosystems. Ecosystems 11(4):629-642.

393. Johnstone, J.F., T.N. Hollingsworth, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. A key for predicting post-fire successional trajectories in black spruce stands in Interior Alaska. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Station General Technical Report 767.

394. Kasischke, E.S., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. Increasing vulnerability of Alaska’s boreal forest as a result of climate warming and the changing fire regime. Pages 175-192 in Sudden and Disruptive Climate Change: Exploring the Real Risks and How We Can Avoid Them. M.C. MacCracken, F. Moore, and J.C. Topping, Jr., editors. Earthscan, London.

395. Loring, P., F.S. Chapin, III, and S.C. Gerlach. 2008. The services-oriented architecture: Ecosystem services as a framework for diagnosing change in social-ecological systems. Ecosystems 11(3):478-489.

396. Mack, M.C., K.K. Treseder, K.L. Manies, J.W. Harden. E.A.G. Schuur, J.G. Vogel, J.T. Randerson, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. Recovery of aboveground plant biomass and productivity after fire in mesic and dry black spruce forests of Interior Alaska. Ecosystems 11:209-225.

397. Miller, T.R., T.D. Baird, C.M. Littlefield, G.P. Kofinas, F.S. Chapin, III, and C.L. Redman. 2008. Epistemological pleuralism: Reorganizing interdisciplinary research. Ecology and Society 13(2): 46. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol13/iss2/art46/.

398. Myers-Smith, I.H., J.W. Harden, M. Wilmking, C.C. Fuller, A.D. McGuire, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. Wetland succession in a permafrost collapse: Interactions between fire and thermokarst. Biogeosciences 5:1273-1286.

399. Nelson, J. L., E. Zavaleta, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. Boreal fire effects on subsistence resources in Alaska and adjacent Canada. Ecosystems 11:156-171.

400. Suding, K.N., S. Lavorel, F.S. Chapin, III, J.H.C. Cornelissen, S. Diaz, E. Garnier, D. Goldberg, D.U. Hooper, S.T. Jackson, and M.-L. Navas. 2008. Scaling environmental change through the community level: A trait-based response- and-effect framework for plants. Global Change Biology 14:1125-1140.

401. Walter, K. M., J.P. Chanton, F.S. Chapin III, E.A.G. Schuur, and S.A. Zimov. 2008. Methane production and bubble emissions from arctic lakes: Isotopic implications for source pathways and ages. Journal Geophysical Research 113: G00A08, doi:10.1029/2007JG000569.

402. Walter, K.M., C. Duguay, M. Jeffries, M. Engram, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. The potential use of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) for estimating methane ebullition from arctic lakes. Journal of the American Water Research Association 44(2): 305-315.

403. Wirth, C., J.W. Lichstein, J. Dushoff, A. Chen, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2008. White spruce meets black spruce: Dispersal, postfire establishment, and growth in a warming climate. Ecological Monographs 78(4):489-505.

404. Beier, C. M., A. L. Lovecraft and F. S. Chapin, III. 2009. Growth and collapse of a resource system: An adaptive cycle of change in public lands governance and forest management in Alaska. Ecology and Society 14(2):5. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss2/art5/.

405. Berkes, F., G.P. Kofinas, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2009. Conservation, community, and livelihoods: Sustaining, renewing, and adapting cultural connections to the land. Pages 129-147 in F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York.

406. Brinkman, T.J., F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and D.K. Person. 2009. Linking hunter knowledge with forest change to understand changing deer harvest opportunities in intensively logged landscapes. Ecology and Society 14(1) 36. [Online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss1/art36/.

407. Carpenter, S.R., V. Armbrust, P. Arzberger, F.S. Chapin, III, J. Elser, E. Hackett, A.R. Ives, P. Kareiva, M. Leibold, P. Lundberg, M. Mangel, N. Merchant, W. Murdoch, M. Palmer, D. Peters, S. Pickett, K. Smith, D.H. Wall, and A. Zimmerman. 2009. Accelerate synthesis in ecology and environmental sciences. BioScience 59:699-701.

408. Chapin, F.S., III. 2009. Managing ecosystems sustainably: The key role of resilience. Pages 29-53 in F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York.

409. Chapin, F.S., III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke. 2009. A framework for understanding change. Pages 3-28 in F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York.

410. Chapin, F.S., III, G.P. Kofinas, C. Folke, S.R. Carpenter, P. Olsson, N. Abel, R. Biggs, R.L. Naylor, E. Pinkerton, D.M. Stafford Smith, W. Steffen, B. Walker, and O.R. Young. 2009. Resilience-based stewardship: Strategies for navigating sustainable pathways in a changing world. Pages 319-337 in F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York.

411. Chapin, F.S., III, J. McFarland, A.D. McGuire, E.S. Euskirchen, R.W. Ruess, and K. Kielland. 2009. The changing global carbon cycle: Linking plant-soil carbon dynamics to global consequences. Journal of Ecology 97(5):840-850.

412. Eck, T.F., B.N. Holben, J.S. Reid, A. Sinyuk, E.J. Hyer, N.T. O’Neill, G.E. Shaw, J.R. van de Castle, F.S. Chapin, O. Dubovik, A. Smirnov, E. Vermote, J.S. Schafer, D. Giles, I. Slutsker, M. Sorokine, and W.W. Newcomb. 2009. Optical properties of boreal region biomass burning aerosols in central Alaska and seasonal variation of aerosol optical depth at an Arctic coastal site. Journal of Geophysical Research 114, D11201, doi:10.1029/2008JD010870.

413. Euskirchen, E.S., A.D. McGuire, F.S. Chapin, III, S. Yi, and C.C. Thompson. 2009. Changes in vegetation in northern Alaska under scenarios of climate change, 2003-2100: Implications for climate feedbacks. Ecological Applications 19(4): 1022-1043.

414. Euskirchen, E.S., A.D. McGuire, T.S. Rupp, F.S. Chapin, III, and J.E. Walsh. 2009. Projected changes in atmospheric heating due to changes in fire disturbance and the snow season in the western arctic, 2003-2100. Journal of Geophysical Research 114:G04022, doi:10.1029/2009JG001095.

415. Fagre, D.B., C.W. Charles, C.D. Allen, C. Birkeland, F.S. Chapin III, P.M. Groffman, G.R. Gunternspergen, A.K. Knapp, A.D. McGuire, P.J. Mulholland, D.P.C. Peters, D.D. Roby, and G. Sugihara. 2009. Thresholds of Climate Change in Ecosystems. A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, USA. 170 pages.

416. Feng, Z., R. Liu, D.L. DeAngelis J.P. Bryant, K. Kielland, F.S. Chapin, III, and R. Swihart. 2009. Plant toxicity, adaptive herbivory, and plant community dynamics. Ecosystems 12:534-547.

417. Folke, C., F.S. Chapin, III, and P. Olsson. 2009. Transformations in ecosystem stewardship. Pages 103-125 in F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York.

418. Fresco, N., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2009. Assessing the potential for conversion to biomass fuels in Interior Alaska. Research Paper PNW-RP-579. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Experiment Station, Portland OR, 56 pp.

419. Kofinas, G.P., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2009. Sustaining livelihoods and human well-being during social-ecological changes. Pages 55-75 in F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York.

420. Power, M.E., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2009. Planetary stewardship. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(8):399.

421. Rockström, J., W. Steffen, K. Noone, Å. Persson, F. S. Chapin, III, E. F. Lambin, T. M. Lenton, M. Scheffer, C. Folke, H. J. Schellnhuber, B. Nykvist, C. A. de Wit, T. Hughes, S. van der Leeuw, H. Rodhe, S. Sörlin, P. K. Snyder, R. Costanza, U. Svedin, M. Falkenmark, L. Karlberg, R. W. Corell, V. J. Fabry, J. Hansen, B. Walker, D. Liverman, K. Richardson, P. Crutzen, and J. A. Foley. 2009. A safe operating space for humanity. Nature 461:472-475.

422. Rockström, J., W. Steffen, K. Noone, Å. Persson, F. Chapin, E. Lambin, T.M. Lenton, M. Scheffer, C. Folke, H. Schellnhuber, B. Nykvist, C. A. DeWit, T. Hughes, S. Van der Leeuw, H. Rodhe, S. Sörlin, P. K. Snyder, R. Costanza, U. Svedin, M. Falkenmark, L. Karlberg, R. W. Corell, V. J. Fabry, J. Hansen, B. Walker, D. Liverman, K. Richardson, P. Crutzen and J. Foley. 2009. Planetary Boundaries:  Exploring the Safe Operating Space for Humanity. Ecology and Society 14 (2): 32. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss2/art32/

423. Stafford Smith, D.M., N. Abel, B. Walker, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2009. Drylands: Coping with uncertainty, thresholds, and changes in state. Pages 171-195 in F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based4Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York.

423. Swanson, F.J. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2009. Forest systems: Living with long-term change. Pages 149-170 in F.S. Chapin, III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York.

425. Trainor, S. F., M. Calef, D. Natcher, F.S. Chapin, III, A. D. McGuire, O. Huntington, P. Duffy, T. S. Rupp, L. DeWilde, M. Kwart, N. Fresco, and A. Lovecraft. 2009. Vulnerability and adaptation to climate-related fire impacts in rural and urban interior Alaska. Polar Research 28:100-118.

426. Trainor, S. F., A. Godduhn, L. K. Duffy, F. S. Chapin, III, H. P. Huntington, D. C. Natcher, and G. P. Kofinas. 2009. Environmental injustice in the Canadian far north: Persistent organic pollutants and arctic climate impacts. Pages 144-162 in J. Agyeman, P. Cole, H. Haluza-DeLay, and P. O'Riley, editors. Speaking for Ourselves: Environmental Justice in Canada. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, BC.

427. Urcelay, C., S. Diaz, D.E. Gurvich, et al. 2009. Mycorrhizal community resilience in response to experimental plant functional type removals in a woody ecosystem. Journal of Ecology 97(6): 1291-1301.

428. Zimov, N. S., S. A. Zimov, A. E. Zimova, G. M. Zimova, V. I. Chuprynin, and F. S. Chapin, III (2009), Carbon storage in permafrost and soils of the mammoth tundra-steppe biome: Role in the global carbon budget, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L02502, doi:10.1029/2008GL036332.

429. Chapin, F.S., III. 2010. The planet is shouting but nobody listens. Pages 75-78 in K.D. Moore and M. P. Nelson (editors). Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril. Trinity Press, San Antonio.

430. Chapin, F.S., III, S.R. Carpenter, G.P. Kofinas. C. Folke, N. Abel, W.C. Clark, P. Olsson, D.M. Stafford Smith, B. Walker, O.R. Young, F. Berkes, R. Biggs, J.M. Grove, R.L. Naylor, E. Pinkerton, W. Steffen, and F.J. Swanson. 2010. Ecosystem stewardship: Sustainability strategies for a rapidly changing planet. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25(4):241-249.

431. Chapin, F.S., III, A.D. McGuire, R.W. Ruess, T.N. Hollingsworth, M.C. Mack, J.F. Johnstone, E.S. Kasischke, E.S. Euskirchen, J. B. Jones, M.T. Jorgenson, K. Kielland, G.P. Kofinas, M. R. Teretsky, J. Yarie, A.H. Lloyd, and D.L. Taylor. 2010. Resilience of Alaska’s boreal forest to climatic change.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40(7):1360-1370.

432. Chapin, F.S., III, E.S. Zavaleta, L.A. Welling, P. Deprey, and L. Yung. 2010. Planning in the context of uncertainty: Flexibility for adapting to change. Pages 216-233 In D.N. Cole and L. Yung, editors. Beyond Naturalness: Rethinking Park and Wilderness Stewardship in an Era of Rapid Change. Island Press, Washington.

433. Euskirchen, E. S., A.D. McGuire, F.S. Chapin, III, and T.S. Rupp. 2010. The changing effects of Alaska’s boreal forests on the climate system. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40(7):1336-1346.

434. Folke, C., S. Carpenter, B. Walker, M. Scheffer, F.S. Chapin, III, and J. Rockström. 2010. Resilience thinking: Integrating resilience, adaptability, and transformability. Ecology and Society 15 (4): 20. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss4/art20/.

435. Gleick, P. H. et al. 2010. Climate change and the integrity of science. Science. 328:689-690.

436. Hobbs, R.J., D.N. Cole, L. Yung, E.S. Zavaleta, G.H. Aplet, F.S. Chapin, III, P.B. Landres, D.J. Parsons, N.L. Stephenson, P.S. White, D.M. Graber, E.S. Higgs, C.I. Millar, J.M. Randall, K.A. Tonnessen, and S. Woodley. 2010. Guiding concepts for park and wilderness stewardship in an era of global environmental change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8(9):483-490.

437. Johnstone, J.F., F.S. Chapin, III, T.N. Hollingsworth, M.C. Mack, V. Romanovsky, and M. Turetsky. 2010. Fire, climate change, and forest resilience in interior Alaska. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40(7):1302-1312.

438. Johnstone, J.F., T.N. Hollingsworth, F.S. Chapin, III, and M.C. Mack. 2010. Changes in fire regime break the legacy lock on successional trajectories in the Alaskan boreal forest. Global Change Biology 16:1281-1295.

439. Joly, K., F.S. Chapin, III, and D.R. Klein. 2010. Winter habitat selection by caribou in relation to lichen abundance, wildfires, grazing and landscape characteristics in northwest Alaska. Ecoscience 17(3):321-333.

440. Joly, K., T.S. Rupp, R.R. Jandt, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2010. Fire in the range of the Western Arctic Caribou Herd. Alaska Park Science 8(2):68-73.

441. Kofinas, G.P. F.S. Chapin, III, S. BurnSilver, J.I. Schmidt, N.L. Fresco, K. Kielland, S. Martin, A. Springsteen, and T.S. Rupp. 2010. Resilience of Athabascan subsistence systems to interior Alaska’s changing climate. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40(7):1347-1359.

442. McGuire, A.D., F.S. Chapin III, and R.W. Ruess. 2010. The Dynamics of Change in Alaska's Boreal Forests: Resilience and Vulnerability in Response to Climate Warming. Foreword. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40(7): 1195-1196.

443. Nilsson, C., R. Jansson, E.C.H. Keskitalo, T. Vlassova, M.-L. Sutinen, J. Moen, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2010. Challenges to adaptation in northernmost Europe as a result of global climate change. Ambio 39:81-84.

444. Power, M.E., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2010. Planetary stewardship in a changing world: Paths towards resilience and sustainability. ESA Bulletin 91(2):165-195.

445. Walter Anthony, K.M., D.A. Vas, L. Brosius, F.S. Chapin, III, S.A. Zimov, and Q. Zhuang. 2010. Estimating methane emissions from northern lakes using ice-bubble surveys. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 8:592-609.

446. Whiteman, G. D.R. deVos, F.S. Chapin, III, V. Yli-Pelkonen, J. Niemelä, and B.C. Forbes. 2010. Business strategies and the transition to low-carbon cities. Business Strategy and the Environment doi: 10.1002/bse.691.

447. Zavaleta, E.S., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2010. Resilience frameworks: Enhancing the capacity to adapt to change. Pages142-158 In D.N. Cole and L. Yung, editors. Beyond Naturalness: Rethinking Park and Wilderness Stewardship in an Era of Rapid Change.7

448. Adger, W. N., J. Barnett, F.S. Chapin, III, and H. Ellemor. 2011. This must be the place: Underrepresentation of identity and meaning in climate change decision-making. Global Environmental Politics 11(2):1-25.

449. Bernhardt, E.L., T.N. Hollingsworth, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2011. Fire severity mediates climate-driven shifts in understory composition of black spruce stands in interior Alaska. Journal of Vegetation Science 22:32-44.

450. Brinkman, T.J., D.K. Person, F.S. Chapin, III, W. Smith, and K.J. Hundertmark. 2011. Estimating abundance of Sitka black-tailed deer using DNA from fecal pellets. Journal of Wildlife Management 75(1):232-242.

451. Callaghan, T.V., M. Johansson, O. Anisimov, H.H. Christiansen, A. Instanes, V. Romanovsky, S. Smith, M. Allard, F.S. Chapin III, T.R. Christensen, B. Etzelmuller, S. Fronzek, D. Gilichinsky, L. Hinzman, H.-W. Hubberten, O. Humlum, M.T. Jorgensen, P. Kuhry, A. Lewkowicz, S.S. Marchenko, A.D. McGuire, J. Murton, N.G. Oberman, P. Overduin, M. Parsons, S.A. Reneva, E.A.G. Schuur, I. Semiletov, N. Shakhova, N.I. Shiklomanov, A.A. Velichko, Y. Zhang. 2011. Changing permafrost and its impacts. Chapter 5 in Snow, Water, Ice, and Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA): Climate Change in the Cryosphere. Edited by: C. Symon, H. Thing and J. Pawlak. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), Oslo, Norway, pp. 5.1-5.62

452. Chapin, F.S., III and A.L. Lovecraft. 2011 Contextualizing Alaska’s climate change from global to local scales: The boreal forest, people, and wildfire. Pages 41-52 In A.L. Lovecraft and H. Eicken, editors. North by 2020: Perspectives on Alaska’s Changing Social-Ecological Systems. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks.

453. Chapin, F.S., III, S.T.A. Pickett, M.E. Power, R.B. Jackson, D.M. Carter, and C. Duke. 2011. Earth stewardship: A strategy for social-ecological transformation to reverse planetary degradation. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 1(1):44-53.

454. Chapin, F.S., III, M.E. Power, and J.J. Cole. 2011. Coupled biogeochemical cycles and earth stewardship. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 9(3):3.

455. Chapin, F.S., III, M.E. Power, S.T.A. Pickett, A. Freitag, J. A. Reynolds, R.B. Jackson, D.M. Lodge, C. Duke, S.L. Collins, A.G. Power, and A. Bartuska. 2011. Earth Stewardship: Science for action to sustain the human-earth system. Ecosphere 2(8):art89. doi:10.1890/ES11-00166.1.

456. Folke, C., Å. Jansson, J. Rockström, P. Olsson, S. Carpenter, F.S. Chapin III, A.-S. Crepín, G. Daily, K. Danell, J. Ebbesson, T. Elmqvist, V. Galaz, F. Moberg, M. Nilsson, H. Österblom, E. Ostrom, Å. Persson, G. Peterson, S. Polasky, W. Steffen, B. Walker, and F. Westley. 2011. Reconnecting to the biosphere. Ambio 40:719-738.

457. Joly, K., D.R. Klein, D.L. Verbyla, T.S. Rupp, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2011. Linkages between large-scale climate patterns and the dynamics of Alaskan caribou populations. Ecography 34:345-352.

458. Kattge, J., S. Díaz, S. Lavorel, I. C. Prentice, P. Leadley, G. Bönisch, E. Garnier, M. Westoby, P. B. Reich, I. J. Wright, J. H. C. Cornelissen, C. Violle, S. P. Harrison, P. M. v. Bodegom, M. Reichstein, N. A. Soudzilovskaia, D. Ackerly, M. Anand, O. K. Atkin, M. Bahn, T. R. Baker, D. Baldocchi, R. Bekker, C. Blanco, B. Blonder, W. Bond, R. Bradstock, D. E. Bunker, F. Casanoves, J. Cavender-Bares, J. Chambers, F. S. Chapin, J. Chave, D. Coomes, W. K. Cornwell, J. M. Craine, B. H. Dobrin, W. Durka, J. Elser, B. J. Enquist, G. Esser, M. Estiarte, W. F. Fagan, J. Fang, F. Fernández, A. Fidelis, B. Finegan, O. Flores, H. Ford, D. Frank, G. T. Freschet, N. M. Fyllas, R. Gallagher, W. Green, A. G. Gutierrez, T. Hickler, S. Higgins, J. G. Hodgson, A. Jalili, S. Jansen, C. Joly, A. J. Kerkhoff, D. Kirkup, K. Kitajima, M. Kleyer, S. Klotz, J. M. H. Knops, K. Kramer, I. Kühn, H. Kurokawa, D. Laughlin, T. D. Lee, M. Leishman, F. Lens, T. Lenz, S. L. Lewis, J. Lloyd, J. Llusià, F. Louault, S. Ma, M. D. Mahecha, P. Manning, T. Massad, B. Medlyn, J. Messier, A. Moles, S. Müller, K. Nadrowski, S. Naeem, Ü. Niinemets, S. Nöllert, A. Nüske, R. Ogaya, J. Oleksyn, V. G. Onipchenko, Y. Onoda, J. Ordoñez, G. Overbeck, W. A. Ozinga, S. Patiño, S. Paula, J. G. Pausas, J. Peñuelas, O. L. Phillips, V. Pillar, H. Poorter, L. Poorter, P. Poschlod, R. Proulx, A. Rammig, S. Reinsch, B. Reu, L. Sack, B. Salgado, J. Sardans, A. Siefert, S. Shiodera, B. Shipley, E. Sosinski, J.-F. Soussana, E. Swaine, N. G. Swenson, K. Thompson, P. Thornton, M. Waldram, E. Weiher, M. White, S. J. Wright, S. Zaehle, A. E. Zanne and C. Wirth. 2011. TRY – a global database of plant traits. Global Change Biology 17(9):2905-2935.

459. Kinzig, A.P., C. Perrings, F.S. Chapin III, S. Polasky, V.K. Smith, D. Tilman, and B.L. Turner II. 2011. Paying for ecosystem services: Promise and peril. Science 334 (6056): 603-604.

460. Magness, D. R., J. M. Morton, F. Huettmann, F. S. Chapin, III, and A. D. McGuire. 2011. A climate-change adaptation framework to reduce continental-scale vulnerability across the U.S. National Wildlife Refuge System. Ecosphere 2: art112. doi:10.1890/ES11-00200.1.

461. Peters, D.P.C ., A.E. Lugo, F.S. Chapin, III, S.T.A. Pickett, M. Duniway, A.V. Roca, F.J. Swanson, C. Laney, and J. Jones. 2011. Cross-system comparisons elucidate disturbance complexities and generalities. Ecosphere 2(7):art81. doi:10.1890/ES11-00115.1.

462. Robards, M.D., H. Eicken, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2011.  Tracking changes in coastal-community subsistence to improve understanding of arctic climate change.  Pages 389-403 In A.L. Lovecraft and H. Eicken, editors. North by 2020: Perspectives on Alaska’s Changing Social-Ecological Systems. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks.

463. Schuur, E.A.G., B. Abbott, and the Permafrost Carbon Network. 2011. High risk of permafrost thaw. Nature 480:32-33.

464. Wolken, JM, TN Hollingsworth, TS Rupp, FS Chapin III, SF Trainor, TM Barrett, PF Sullivan, AD McGuire, ES Euskirchen, PE Hennon, EA Beever, JS Conn, LK Crone, DV D'Amore, N Fresco, TA Hanley, K Kielland, JJ Kruse, T Patterson, EAG Schuur, DL Verbyla, J Yarie. 2011. Evidence and implications of recent and projected climate change in Alaska's forest ecosystems. Ecosphere 2(11):124. doi:10.1890/ES11-00288.1

465. Young, B., J. Liang, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2011. Effects of species and tree size diversity on recruitment in the Alaskan boreal forest: A geospatial approach. Forest Ecology and Management 262:1608-1617.

466. Chapin, F.S., III, A.F. Mark, R.A. Mitchell, and K.J.M. Dickinson. 2012. Design principles for social-ecological transformation toward sustainability: Lessons from New Zealand sense of place. Ecosphere 3:art40. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES12-00009.1.

467. DeFries, R., E. Ellis, F.S. Chapin III, P. Matson, B.L. Turner II, A. Agrawal, P. Crutzen, C. Field, P. Gleick, P. Kareiva, E. Lambin, D. Liverman, E. Ostrom, P. Sanchez, and J. Syvitsky. 2012. Plantetary opportunities: A social contract for global change science to contribute to a sustainable future. BioScience 62(6): 603-606.

468. Driscoll, C. T., K.F. Lambert, F.S. Chapin, III, D. Nowak, T. Spies, F.J. Swanson, D.B. Kittredge, Jr., and C. M. Hart. 2012. Science and Society: The Role of Long-Term Studies in Environmental Stewardship. BioScience 62(4): 354-366.

469. Feng, Z., J.A. Alfaro-Murillo, D.L. DeAngelis, J. Schmidt, M. Barga, Y. Zheng, M.H.B.A. Tamrin, M. Olson, T. Glaser, K. Kielland, F.S. Chapin, III, J.P. Bryant. 2012. Plant toxins and trophic cascades alter fire regime and succession on a boreal forest landscape. Ecological Modelling 224:79-92.

470. Halpern, B.S., C. Longo, D. Hardy, K.L. McLeod, J.F. Samhouri, S.K. Katona, K. Kleisner, S.E. Lester, J. O’Leary, M. Ranelletti, A.A. Rosenberg, C. Scarborough, E.R. Selig, B.D. Best, D.R. Brumbaugh, F.S. Chapin III, L.B. Crowder, K.L. Daly, S.C. Doney, C. Elfes, M.J. Fogarty, S.D. Gaines, K. Jacobsen, L. Bunce Karrer, H.M. Leslie, E. Neeley, D. Pauly, S. Polasky, B. Ris, K. St. Martin, G.S. Stone, U.R. Sumaila, D. Zeller. 2012. An index to assess the health and benefits of the global ocean. Nature 488: 615-622.

471. Kinzig, A.P. C. Perrings, F.S. Chapin III, S. Polasky, V.K. Smith, D. Tilman, and B.L. Turner. 2012. Response—Ecosystem services: Free lunch no more. Science 335(6069):656-657.

472. Markon, C.J., Trainor, S.F., and Chapin, F.S., III, eds., 2012, The United States National Climate Assessment—Alaska Technical Regional Report: U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1379, 148 p. http://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/1379/

473. Ray, L. A., C. A. Kolden, and F. S. Chapin, III. 2012. A case for developing place-based fire management strategies from traditional ecological knowledge. Ecology and Society 17 (3): 37. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol17/iss3/art37/.

474. Scheffer, M., M. Hirota, M. Holmgren, E.H. Van Nes, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2012. Thresholds for boreal biome transitions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 109(52): 21384-21389.

475. Staudinger, M. D., N. B. Grimm, A. Staudt, S. F. Carter, F. S. Chapin, III, P. Kareiva, M. Ruckelshaus, and B. A. Stein. 2012. Impacts of climate change on biodiversity, ecosystems, and ecosystem services: technical input to the 2013 National Climate Assessment. 296 pp.  Cooperative Report to the 2013 National Climate Assessment, Available at: http://assessment.globalchange.gov.

476. Templer, P.H., M.C. Mack, F.S. Chapin, III, L.M. Chriestenson, J. E. Compton, H.D. Crook, W.S. Currie, C.J. Curtis, D.B. Dail, C.M. D’Antonio, B.A. Emmett, H.E. Epstein, C.L. Goodale, P. Gunderson, S.E. Hobbie, K. Holland, D.U. Hooper, B.A. Hungate, S. Lamontagne, K.J. Nadelhoffer, C.W. Osenberg, S.S. Perakis, P. Schleppi, J. Schimel, I.K. Schmidt, M. Sommerkorn, J. Spoelstra, A. Tietema, W.W. Wessel, and D.R. Zak. 2012. Sinks for nitrogen inputs in terrestrial ecosystems: A meta-analysis of 15N tracer field studies. Ecology 93(8): 1816-1829.

477. Vicca, S., S. Luyssaert, J. Peñuelas, M. Campioli, F.S. Chapin, III, P. Ciais, A. Heinemeyer, P. Högberg, W.L. Kutsch, B.E. Law, Y. Malhi, D. Papale, S.L. Piao, M. Reichstein, E.D. Schulze, and I. A. Janssens. 2012. Fertile forests produce biomass more efficiently. Ecology Letters 15:520-526.

478. Zimov, S.A., N.S. Zimov, A.N. Tikhonov, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2012. Mammoth steppe: A high-productivity phenomenon. Quaternary Science Reviews 57:26-45.

479. Bierbaum, R., J.B. Smith, A. Lee, M. Blair, L. Carter, F.S. Chapin, III, P. Fleming, S. Ruffo, M. Stults, S. McNeeley, E. Wasley, and L. Verduzco. 2013. A comprehensive review of climate adaptation in the United States: More than before, but less than needed. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 18(3):361-406.

480. Brinkman, T. J., G. Kofinas, W. D. Hansen, F. S. Chapin, III, and S. Rupp. 2013. A new framework to manage hunting: why we should shift focus from abundance to availability. The Wildlife Professional, Fall Edition.

481. Brinkman, T.J., D.K. Person, W. Smith, F.S. Chapin, III, K. McCoy, M. Leonawicz, K. J. Hundertmark. 2013. Using DNA to test the utility of pellet-group counts as an index of deer counts. Wildlife Society Bulletin DOI:10.1002/wsb.270.

482. Bronen, R. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2013. Adaptive governance and institutional strategies for climate-induced community relocations in Alaska. PNAS 110(23): 9320-9325.

483. Chapin F.S., III 2013. Overview of Ecosystem Functions and Services: Their Importance and Vulnerability. Pages 3-11 in Climate Vulnerability: Understanding and Addressing Threats to Essential Resources. Elsevier Inc., Academic Press, 3–11.

484. Chapin, F.S., III. 2013. Earth’s modest expectations: Dialogue, respect, and reciprocity. Center for Humans and Nature: Featured questions. http://www.humansandnature.org/earth-ethic---terry-chapin-response-87.php.

485. Chapin, F.S., III, P. Cochran, O.H. Huntington, C.N. Knapp, T.J. Brinkman, and L.R. Gadamus. 2013. Traditional knowledge and wisdom: A guide for understanding and shaping Alaskan social-ecological change. Pages 49-62 In R. Rozzi, S.T.A Pickett, C. Palmer, J.J. Armesto, and J.B . Callicott (eds.). Linking Ecology and Ethics for a Changing World: Values, Philosophy, and Action. Springer, Dordrecht.

486. Chapin, F.S., III and E. Fernandez. 2013. Proactive ecology for the Anthropocene. Elementa doi:10.12952/journal.elementa.000013.

487. Chapin, F.S., III, M.D. Robards, J.F. Johnstone, T.C. Lantz, and S.V. Kokelj. 2013. Case study: Novel Socio-ecological systems in the North: Potential pathways toward ecological and societal resilience. Pages 334-344 in R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs, and C.M. Hall, editors. Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

488. Cochran, P., O. H. Huntington, C. Pungowiyi, S. Tom, F. S. Chapin, III, H. P. Huntington, N. G. Maynard, and S. F. Trainor. 2013. Indigenous frameworks for observing and responding to climate change in Alaska. Climatic Change 120(3):157-167.

489. Craine, J.M., W.L. Silver, F.S. Chapin III, and T. Mourad. 2013. Teaching biogeochemistry and ecosystem ecology in the United States: Survey results. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 94(1):105-106.

490. Cumming, G.S., P. Olsson, F.S. Chapin, III, and C.S. Holling. 2013. Resilience, experimentation, and scale mismatches in social-ecological landscapes. Landscape Ecology 28(6):1139-1150.

491. Grimm, N.B., F.S. Chapin, III, B. Bierwagen, P. Gonzalez, P.M. Groffman, Y. Luo, F. Melton, K. Nadelhoffer, A. Pairis, P.A. Raymond, J. Schimel, and C.E. Williamson. 2013. The impacts of climate change on ecosystem structure and function. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(9):474-482.

492. Grimm, N.B., M.D. Staudinger, A. Staudt, S. Carter, F.S. Chapin, III, P. Kareiva, M. Ruckelshaus, B.A. Stein. 2013. Climate-change impacts on ecological systems: Introduction to a US assessment. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(9):456-464.

493. Hansen, W., T.J. Brinkman, F.S. Chapin, III, and C. Brown. 2013. Meeting indigenous subsistence needs: The case for prey switching in rural Alaska. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 18(2):109-123.

494. Hansen, W.D., T.J. Brinkman, M. Leonawicz, F.S. Chapin, III, and G.P. Kofinas. 2013. Changing daily wind speeds on Alaska’s North Slope: Implications for rural hunting opportunities. Arctic 66(4):448-458.

495. Hewett, R.E., E. Bent, T.N. Hollingsworth, F.S. Chapin, III, and D.L. Taylor. 2013. Resilience of arctic mycorrhizal fungal communities after wildfire facilitated by resprouting shrubs. Ecoscience 20:296-310.

496. Hinzman, L.D., F.S. Chapin, III, and M. Fukuda. 2013. Current fire regimes, impacts, and likely changes: Boreal permafrost biomes. Pages 79-88 In J. Goldhammer (ed.) Vegetation Fires and Global Change: Challenges for Concerted International Action. Kessel Publishing House, Remagen, Germany.

497. Hollingsworth, T.N., J.F. Johnstone, E.L. Bernhardt, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2013. Fire severity filters regeneration traits to shape community assembly in Alaska's boreal forest. PLoS ONE 8(2): e56033. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056033.

498. Knapp, C.N., J. Cochran, F.S. Chapin III, G. Kofinas, and N. Sayre. 2013. Putting local knowledge and context to work for Gunnison sage-grouse conservation. Human-Wildlife Interactions 7(2):195-213.

499. Peters, D.P.C., A.E. Lugo, F.S. Chapin III, A.J. Tepley, and F.J. Swanson. 2013. Disturbance regimes and ecological responses across sites. Pp. 58-71 in D.P.C. Peters, C.M. Laney, A.E. Lugo, S.C. Collins, C.T. Driscoll, P.M. Groffman, J.M. Grove, A.K. Knapp, T.K. Kratz, M.D. Ohman, R.B. Waide, and J. Yao (editors) Long-term Trends in Ecological Systems: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. USDA Technical Bulletin 1931, Washington DC.

500. Sayre, N.F., R. Kelty, M. Simmons, S. Clayton, K.-A. Kassam, S.T.A. Pickett, F.S. Chapin, III. 2013. Invitation to earth stewardship. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(7):39, doi: 10.1890/1540-9295-11.7.339.

501. Schuur, E.A.G, B.W. Abbott, W.B. Bowden, V. Brovkin, P. Camill, J.P. Canadell, J.P. Chanton, F.S. Chapin III, T.R. Christensen, P. Ciais, B.T. Crosby, C.I Czimczik, G. Grosse, J. Harden, D.J. Hayes, G. Hugelius, J.D. Jastrow, J.B. Jones, T. Kleinen, C.C. Koven, G. Krinner, P. Kuhry, D.M. Lawrence, A.D. McGuire, S.M. Natali, J.A. ODonnell, C.L. Ping, W.J.Riley, A. Rinke, V.E. Romanovsky, A.B.<. Sannel, C. Schadel, K. Schaefer, J. Sky, Z.M. Subin, C. Tarnocai, M. Turetsky, M. Waldrop, K.M. Walter-Anthony, K.P. Wickland, C.J. Wilson, and S.A. Zimov. 2013. Expert assessment of vulnerability of permafrost carbon to climate change. Climatic Change 119:359-374.

502. Seastadt, T.R., K.N. Suding, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2013. Ecosystem stewardship as a framework for conservation in a directionally changing world. Pages 326-333 in R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs, and C.M. Hall, editors. Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

503. Xu, L., R.B. Myneni, F.S. Chapin, III, T.V. Callaghan, J.E. Pinzon, C.J. Tucker, Z. Zhu, J. Bi, P. Ciais, H. Tømmervik, E. S. Euskirchen, B. C. Forbes, S.L. Piao, B.T. Anderson, S. Ganguly, R. R. Nemani, S. J. Goetz, P. S. A. Beck, A. G. Bunn, C. Cao, and J. C. Stroeve. 2013. Temperature and vegetation seasonality diminishment over northern lands. Nature Climate Change 3(6):581-586, DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE1836.

504. Yung, L., A.Schwarze, W. Carr, F.S. Chapin, III, and E. Marris 2013. Engaging the public in novel ecosystems. Pages 247-256 in R.J. Hobbs, E.S. Higgs, and C.M. Hall, editors. Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the New Ecological World Order. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

505. Barrett, S., T.M. Lenton, A. Milner, A. Tavoni, S. Carpenter, J.M. Anderies, F.S. Chapin, III, A.-S. Crépin, G. Daily, P. Ehrlich, C. Folke, V. Galaz, T. Hughes, N. Kautsky, E. Lambin, R. Naylor, K. Nyborg, S. Polasky, M. Scheffer, J. Wilen, A. Xepapadeas, and A. de Zeeuw. 2014. Climate engineering reconsidered. Nature Climate Change 4:527-529.

506. Bierbaum, R., J.B. Smith, A. Lee, M. Blair, L. Carter, F.S. Chapin, III, P. Fleming, S. Ruffo, S. McNeeley, M. Stults, L. Verduzco, and E. Seyller. 2014. Adaptation In Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment. J.M. Melillo, T.C. Richmond, and G.W. Yohe (editors), U.S. Global Change Research Program, pp. 670-706.

507. Bryant, J.P. K. Joly, F.S. Chapin III, D.L. DeAngelis, and K. Kielland, 2014. Can antibrowsing defense regulate the spread of woody vegetation in arctic tundra? Ecography 37(3):204-211.

508. Chapin, F. S., III, and V.T. Eviner. 2014. Biogeochemical interactions governing terrestrial net primary production. Pages 189-216 In H.D. Holland and K.K. Turekian (Eds.) Treatise on Geochemistry, 2nd edition, vol. 10. Elsevier, Oxford.

509. Chapin, F.S., III, S.F. Trainor, P. Cochran, H. Huntington, C. Markon, M. McCammon, A.D. McGuire, and M. Serreze. 2014. Alaska. In Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment. J.M. Melillo, T.C. Richmond, and G.W. Yohe (editors), U.S. Global Change Research Program, pp. 514-536. Doi:10.7930/J00Z7150.

510. Fernández-Martínez, M., S. Vicca, I. A. Janssens, J. Sardans, S. Luyssaert, M. Campioli, F.S. Chapin III, P. Ciais, Y. Malhi, M. Obersteiner, D. Papale, S.L. Piao, M. Reichstein, F. Rodà, J. Peñuelas. 2014. Nutrient availability as the key regulator of global forest carbon balance. Nature Climate Change 4:471-476; DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2177.

511. Hobbs, R.J., E.S. Higgs, C.M. Hall, P. Bridgewater, F.S. Chapin III, E.C. Ellis, J.J. Ewel, L.M. Hallett, J.A. Harris, K.B. Hulvey, S.T. Jackson, P.L. Kennedy, C. Kueffer, L. Lach, T.C. Lantz, A.E. Lugo, J. Mascaro, S.D. Murphy, C.R. Nelson, M.P. Perring, D.M. Richardson, T.R. Seastedt, R.J. Standish, B.M. Starzomski, K.N. Suding, P.M. Tognetti, L. Yakob, and L. Yung. 2014. Managing the whole landscape: Historical, hybrid, and novel ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(10):557-564, doi:10.1890/130300.

512. Jørgensen, D., C. Nilsson, A.R. Hof, E.M. Hasselquist, S. Baker, F.S. Chapin III, K Eckerberg, J. Hjältén, L. Polvi, and L.A. Meyerson. 2014. Policy language in restoration ecology. Restoration Ecology 22(1): doi: 10.1111/rec.12069.

513. Knapp, C.N., F.S. Chapin III, G P. Kofinas, N. Fresco, C. Carothers, and A Craver. 2014. Parks, people, and change: The importance of multi-stakeholder engagement in adaptation planning for conserved areas. Ecology and Society 19(4): 16. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol19/iss4/art16/.

514. Krupa, M.B., F.S. Chapin, and A.L. Lovecraft. 2014. Robustness or Resilience? Managing the intersection of ecology and engineering in an urban Alaskan fishery. Ecology and Society 19(2): 17. http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-06274-190217.

515. Mace, G., B. Reyers; R. Alkemade, R, Biggs, F. S. Chapin III, S. E. Cornell, S. Díaz, S. Jennings, P. Leadley, P.J. Mumby, A. Purvis, R.J Scholes, A.W.R. Seddon, M. Solan, W. Steffen, G. Woodward. 2014. Approaches to defining a planetary boundary for biodiversity. Global Environmental Change 28:289-297.

516. Milla, R., J. Morente, J. Morente-López, J. M. Alonso-Rodrigo, N. Martín-Robles, and F. S. Chapin III. 2014. Shifts and disruptions in resource-use trait syndromes during the evolution of herbaceous crops. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series B 281.

517. Moen, J., L. Rist, K. Bishop, F.S. Chapin, III, D. Ellison, T. Kuuluvainen, H. Petersson, K.j. Puettmann, J. Rayner, I.G. Warkentin, C.J.A. Bradshaw. 2014. Eye on the Taiga: Removing global policy impediments to safeguard the boreal forest. Conservation Letters 7(4):408-418.

518. Niu, S., Y. Luo, M.C. Dietze, T. Keenan, Z. Shi, J. Li, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2014. The role of data assimilation in predictive ecology. Ecosphere 5(5):65. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES13-00273.1.

519. Ruhl, J. B. and F.S. Chapin III. 2014. Ecosystem services, ecosystem resilience, and resilience of ecosystem management policy. Pages 204-234 in A.S. Garmestani and C.R. Allen (Eds.) Social-Ecological Resilience and Law. Columbia University Press, New York.

520. Schmidt, J. and F.S. Chapin III. 2014. Relationship of community characteristics to harvest reporting: Comparative study of household surveys and harvest tickets in Alaska. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 19(4):334-346.

521. Shaver, G.R., J.A. Laundre, M.S. Bret-Harte, F.S. Chapin, III, J.A.M. Díaz, A.E. Giblin, L. Gough, S.E. Hobbie, G.W. Kling, M.C. Mack, J.C. Moore, K.J. Nadelhoffer, E.B. Rastetter, and J.P. Schimel. 2014. Terrestrial ecosystems at Toolik Lake, Alaska. Pages 90-142 In J. Hobbie and G. Kling, eds. Alaska’s Changing Arctic. Ecological Consequences for Tundra, Streams, and Lakes. Oxford University Press, New York.

522. Tallis, H. et al. 2014. A call for inclusive conservation. Nature 515: 27-28.

523. Walter Anthony, K.M., S.A. Zimov, G. Grosse, M.C. Jones, P.M. Anthony, F.S. Chapin III, J.C. Finlay, M.C. Mack, S. Davydov, P. Frenzel, and S. Frolking. 2014. A shift of thermokarst lakes from carbon sources to sinks during the Holocene epoch. Nature 511:452-456. DOI: 10.1038/nature13560.

524. Calef, M., A. Varvak, A. McGuire, F.S. Chapin III, and K. Reinhold, 2015. Recent changes in annual area burned in Interior Alaska: The impact of fire management. Earth Interactions 19(5): 1-17; doi:10.1175/EI-D-14-0025.1

525. Campioli, M. S. Vicca, S. Luyssaert, J. Bilcke, E. Ceschia, F.S. Chapin III, P. Ciais, M. Fernández-Martínez, Y. Malhi, M. Obersteiner, D. Olefeldt, D. Papale, S.L. Piao, J. Peñuelas, P.F. Sullivan, X. Wang, T. Zenone, I.A. Janssens. 2015. Biomass production efficiency controlled by management in temperate and boreal ecosystems. Nature Geosciences DOI: 10.1038/NGEO2553

526. Chapin, F.S., III and Knapp, C.N. 2015. Sense of place: A process for identifying and negotiating potentially contested visions of sustainability. Environmental Science and Policy: 53:38-46 (doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2015.04.012).

527. Chapin, FS, III, Pickett, STA, Power, ME, Collins, SL, Baron, JS, Inouye, DW, Turner, MG. (2015) Earth stewardship: An initiative by the Ecological Society of America to foster engagement to sustain Planet Earth. In: R Rozzi, FS Chapin, III, JB Callicott, STA Pickett, ME Power and JJ Armesto (eds.), Earth Stewardship: Linking Ecology and Ethics in Theory and Practice.  pp 173-194. Dordrecht: Springer.

528. Chapin, F.S., III, M. Sommerkorn, M.D. Robards, and K. Hiller-Pegram. 2015. Ecosystem stewardship: A resilience framework for arctic conservation. Global Environmental Change 34:207-217. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2015.07.003.

529. Fernández-Martínez, M., S. Vicca, I. A. Janssens, J. Sardans, S. Luyssaert, M. Campioli, F.S. Chapin III, P. Ciais, Y. Malhi, M. Obersteiner, D. Papale, S.L. Piao, M. Reichstein, F. Rodà, J. Peñuelas. 2015. Reply to ‘Uncertain effects of nutrient availability on global forest carbon balance’ and ‘Data quality and the role of nutrients in forest carbon-use efficiency’. Nature Climate Change 5:960-961.

530. Gruenzweig, J., D. Valentine, and F.S. Chapin III. 2015. Successional changes in carbon stocks after logging and deforestation for agriculture in Interior Alaska: Implications for boreal climate feedbacks. Ecosystems 18(1):132-145.

531. Jansson, R., C. Nilsson, E. H. Keskitalo, T. Vlasova, M.-L. Sutinen, J. Moen, F. Chapin III, K. Bråthen, M. Cabeza, T. V. Callaghan, B. Van Oort, H. Dannevig, I. A. Bay-larsen, R. A. Ims, and P. Aspholm. 2015. Future changes in the supply of goods and services from natural ecosystems: prospects for the European north. Ecology and Society 20(3): 32. [online] http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07607-200332

532. Klaar, M., C. Kidd, E. Malone, R. Bartlett, G. Piney, F.S. Chapin, III, and A. Milner. 2015. Vegetation succession in deglaciated landscapes: Implications for sediment and landscape stability. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40(8):1088-1100.

533. Knapp, C.N., F.S. Chapin, III, and J.O. Cochran. 2015. Ranch owner perceptions and planned actions in response to a proposed Endangered Species Act listing. Rangeland Ecology and Management 68(6): 453-460. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rama.2015.08.003.

534. McKinley, D.C. A.J. Miller-Russing, H.L. Ballard, R. Bonney, H. Brown, D.M. Evans, R.A. French, J.K. Parrish, T.B. Phillips, S.F. Ryan, L. A. Shanley, J.L. Shirk, K.F. Stepenuck, J.F. Weltzin, A.Wiggins, O.D. Boyle, R.D. Briggs, F.S. Chapin, III, D.A. Hewitt, P.W. Preuss, and M.A. Soukip. 2015. Investigating in citizen science can improve natural resource management and environmental protection. Issues in Ecology 19.

535. Schmidt, J.I., K.A. Kellie, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2015. Detecting, estimating, and correcting for biases in harvest data. Journal of Wildlife Management 79(7):1152-1162.

536. Xu, C., M. Holmgren, E.H. Van Nes, M Hirota, F.S. Chapin III, and M. Scheffer. 2015. A changing number of alternative states in the boreal biome: Reproducibility risks of replacing remote sensing products. PLoS ONE 10(11): e0143014. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0143014.

537. Abbott, B.W., J.B. Jones, E.A.G. Schuur, F.S. Chapin, III, W.B. Bowden et al. 2016. Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: An expert assessment. Environmental Research Letters 11:034014.

538. Brinkman, T.J., W. Hansen, F.S. Chapin III, G. Kofinas, S. BurnSilver, and T.S. Rupp. 2016. Arctic communities perceive climate impacts on access as a critical challenge to availability of subsistence resources. Climatic Change 139(3):413-427.

539. Carson, M., M. Sommerkorn, C. Behe, S. Cornell, J. Gamble, T. Mustonen, G. Peterson, T. Vlasova, and F.S. Chapin III. 2016. An arctic resilience assessment. pp.1-26 in Arctic Council. Arctic Resilience Report. M. Carson and
G. Peterson (eds). Stockholm Environment Institute and Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm. http://www. arctic-council.org/arr.

540. Chapin, F.S. III, A.J. Conway, J.F. Johnstone, T.N. Hollingsworth, and J. Hollingsworth. 2016. Absence of net long-term successional facilitation by alder in a boreal Alaska floodplain. Ecology 97(11):2986-2997.

541. Chapin, F.S., III, C.N. Knapp, T.J. Brinkman, R. Bronen, and P. Cochran. 2016. Community-empowered adaptation for self-reliance. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19:67-75.

542. Hansen, W.D., F.S. Chapin III, H.T. Naughton, T.S. Rupp, and D. Verbyla. 2016. Forest landscape structure mediates effects of a spruce bark beetle (Dendroctonus rufipennis) outbreak on subsequent likelihood of burning in Alaskan boreal forest. Forest Ecology and Management 369:38-46.

543. Hewitt, R., A. P. Bennett, A.L. Breen, T.N. Hollingsworth, D.L. Taylor, F.S. Chapin III, and T.S. Rupp. 2016. Getting to the root of the matter: Landscape implications of plant-fungal interactions for tree migration in Alaska. Landscape Ecology 31(4):895-911.

544. Hewitt, R.E., T.N. Hollingsworth, F.S. Chapin III, and D.L. Taylor. 2016. Fire-severity effects on plant-fungal interactions after a novel tundra wildfire disturbance: Implications for arctic shrub and tree migration. BMC Ecology 16:25 DOI: 10.1186/s12898-016-0075-y.

545. Kofinas, G., S. Abdelrahim, M. Carson, F.S. Chapin III, J. Clement, N. Fresco, A. Gunn, G. Peterson, A.N. Petrov, A. Quinlan, M. Sommerkorn, and A. Veazey. 2016. Building resilience in the Arctic: From theory to practice. Pp. 180-208 26 in Arctic Council. Arctic Resilience Report. M. Carson and
G. Peterson (eds). Stockholm Environment Institute and Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm. http://www. arctic-council.org/arr.

546. Liu, H., Q. Zhang, G. Katul, J. Cole, F.S. Chapin III, and S. MacIntyre. 2016. Large CO2 effluxes at night and during synoptic weather events significantly contribute to CO2 emissions from a reservoir. Environmental Research Letters 11: doi:10.1088/1748-9326/11/6/064001.

547. Mathevet, R., J.D. Thompson, C. Folke, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2016. Protected areas and their surrounding territory: socioecological systems in the context of ecological solidarity. Ecological Applications 26(1):5-16.

548. McKinley, D.C. A.J. Miller-Russing, H.L. Ballard, R. Bonney, H. Brown, D.M. Evans, R.A. French, J.K. Parrish, T.B. Phillips, S.F. Ryan, L. A. Shanley, J.L. Shirk, K.F. Stepenuck, J.F. Weltzin, A.Wiggins, O.D. Boyle, R.D. Briggs, F.S. Chapin, III, D.A. Hewitt, P.W. Preuss, and M.A. Soukip. 2016. Citizen science can improve conservation science, natural resource management, and environmental protection. Biological Conservation http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.05.015.

549. Nilsson, A.E. G.K. Hovelsrud, H. Amundsen, T. Prior, M. Sommerkorn, M. Carson, F.S. Chapin III, G. Kofinas, C.L. Meek, D. McLennan, and T. Koivurova. 2016. Building capacity to adapt to and shape change. Pp. 164-179 26 in Arctic Council. Arctic Resilience Report. M. Carson and
G. Peterson (eds). Stockholm Environment Institute and Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm. http://www. arctic-council.org/arr.

550. Nilsson, A.E., T. Koivurova, M. Carson, N. Sellheim, H. Amundsen, F.S. Chapin III, G.K.Hovelsrud, G. Kofinas, C.L. Meek, D. McLennan, T. Prior, and M. Sommerkorn. 2016. Shared decision-making in a changing arctic political landscape. Pp. 128-146 26 in Arctic Council. Arctic Resilience Report. M. Carson and
G. Peterson (eds). Stockholm Environment Institute and Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm. http://www. arctic-council.org/arr.

551. Nilsson, A.E., C.L. Meek, H. Amundsen, F.S. Chapin III, G.K. Hovelsrud, G. Kofinas, D. McLennan, T. Koivurova, T. Prior, and M. Sommerkorn. 2016. Learning to live with change. Pp. 147-161 26 in Arctic Council. Arctic Resilience Report. M. Carson and
G. Peterson (eds). Stockholm Environment Institute and Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm. http://www. arctic-council.org/arr.

552. Nyborg, K., J.M. Anderies, A. Dannenberg, T. Lindahl, C. Schill, M. Schlüter, W.N. Adger, K.J. Arrow, S. Barrett, S.Carpenter, F.S. Chapin III, A.-S. Crépin, G. Daily, P. Ehrlich, C. Folke, W. Jager, N. Kautsky, S.A. Levin, O.J. Madsen, S. Polasky, M. Scheffer, B. Walker, E.U. Weber, J. Wilen, A. Xepapadeas, and A. de Zeeuw. 2016. Social norms as solutions. Science 354(6308):42-43.

553. Petrov, A.N., S. BurnSilver, F.S. Chapin III, G. Fondahl, J. Graybill, K. Keil, A.E. Nilsson, R. Riedlsperger and P. Schweitzer. 2016. Arctic sustainability research: toward a new agenda, Polar Geography, 39(3):165-178, DOI:10.1080/1088937X.2016.1217095

554. Pierce, S. et al. (40 authors, including Chapin). 2016. A global method for calculating plant CSR ecological strategies applied across biomes worldwide. Functional Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.12722.

555. Rist, L., C. Shackleton, L. Gadamus, F.S. Chapin III, C.M. Gowda, S. Setty, R. Kannan, and R.U. Shaanker. 2016. Ecological knowledge of communities, managers, and scientists: Bridging divergent perceptions to improve forest management outcomes. Environmental Management 57:798-813.

556. Turner, B.L. II, K.J. Esler, P. Bridgewater, J. Tewksbury, J.N. Sitas, B. Abrahams, F.S. Chapin III, R.R. Chowdhury, P. Christie, S. Diaz, P. Firth, C.N. Knapp, J. Kramer, R. Leemans, M. Palmer, D. Pietri, J. Pittman, J. Sarukhan, R. Shackleton, R. Seidler, B. van Wilgen, and H.A. Mooney. 2016. Socio-environmental systems (SES) research: What have we learned and how can we use this information in future research programs. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 19:160-168.

557. Young, B., J. Yarie, D. Verbyla, F. Huettman, K. Herrick, and F.S. Chapin III. 2016. Modeling and mapping forest diversity in the boreal forest of interior Alaska. Landscape Ecology doi:10.1007/s10980-016-0450-2.

558. Chapin, F.S., III. 2017. Managing arctic change: Learning from a biome in transformation. Pp. 83-88 in E. Kessler and A. Karlqvist (Eds.). Environmental Reality: Rethinking the Options. Pp83-88. 12th Royal Colloquium. Stockholm.

559. Hewitt, R.E., F.S. Chapin III, T.N. Hollingsworth, and D.L. Taylor. In press. The potential for mycobiont sharing between shrubs and seedlings to facilitate tree establishment after wildfire at Alaska arctic treeline. Molecular Ecology.

 

 

BOOKS

1. Van Cleve, K., F.S. Chapin, III, P.W. Flanagan, L.A. Vierick, and C.T. Dyrness (eds.).  1986.  Forest ecosystems in the Alaskan taiga.  A synthesis of structure and function.  Springer-Verlag, New York.

2. Chapin, F.S., III, R.L. Jefferies, J.F. Reynolds, G.R. Shaver, and J. Svoboda (eds.).  1992.  Arctic ecosystems in a changing climate.  Academic Press.  San Diego.

3. Caron, D.C. F.S. Chapin, III, J. Donoghue, M. Firestone, J. Harte, L.E. Wells, and R. Stewardson. 1994. Ecological and Social Dimensions of Global Change. Institute of International Studies, Berkeley.

4. Chapin, F.S., III, and Ch. Körner, eds. 1995. Arctic and Alpine Biodiversity: Patterns, Causes and Ecosystem Consequences. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

5. Lambers, H., F.S. Chapin, III, and J.L. Pons. 1998. Plant Physiological Ecology. Springer-Verlag, New York. [Published in Persian and in Chinese 2005]

6. Chapin, F.S., III, O. Sala, and E. Huber-Sannwald (eds). 2001.  Global Biodiversity in a Changing Environment: Scenarios for the 21st Century. Springer-Verlag, New York.

7. Chapin, F.S., III, P.A. Matson, and H.A. Mooney. 2002. Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology. Springer-Verlag, New York ISBN 0-387-95439-2. [Published in Chinese 2005]

8. Chapin, F.S., III, M.W. Oswood, K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, and D.L Verbyla (editors). 2006. Alaska’s Changing Boreal Forest. Oxford University Press, New York. ISBN 978-0-19-515431-3.

9. Lambers, H., F.S. Chapin, III, and J.L. Pons. 2008. Plant Physiological Ecology. Second Edition. Springer-Verlag, New York.

10. Chapin, F.S., III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke (editors). 2009. Principles of Ecosystem Stewardship: Resilience-Based Natural Resource Management in a Changing World. Springer, New York. ISBN 978-0-387-73032-5.

11. NRC. 2010. Adapting to the Impacts of Climate Change. National Academies Press, Washington.

12. Chapin, F.S., III, P.A. Matson, and P.M Vitousek. 2011. Principles of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology. 2nd edition. Springer, New York.

13. Rozzi, R., FS Chapin, III, JB Callicott, STA Pickett, ME Power and JJ Armesto (eds.), Earth Stewardship: Linking Ecology and Ethics in Theory and Practice. Dordrecht: Springer.

14. Petrov, A.N., S. BurnSilver, F.S. Chapin III, G. Fondahl, J. Graybill, K. Keil, A.E. Nilsson, R. Riedlsperger and P. Schweitzer. Arctic Sustainability Research: Past, Present and Future. 2017. Routledge, Milton Park, UK.

 


 NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

l. Chapin, F.S., III.  l97l.  Evaluation of the environmental impact of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.  Congressional Record, U.S. Senate, April, l97l, S5295-96. 

2. Chapin, F.S., III.  l972.  Phosphate uptake by Eriophorum vaginatum.  U.S. IBP Tundra Biome Symp., Seattle, Wash., pp. 46-50. 

3. Chapin, F.S., III, and A. Bloom.  l974.  Field measurements of phosphate absorption by tundra plants at Barrow, Alaska.  U.S. Tundra Biome Data Report 74-37. 

4. Chapin, F.S., III, L.L. Tieszen, and K. Van Cleve.  l974.  Seasonal patterns of aboveground nutrient content of vascular plants at Barrow, Alaska. U.S. Tundra Biome Data Report 74-38.

5. Chapin, F.S., III.  l975.  Successional relationships of Eriophorum vaginatum.  In Ecological and Limnological Reconnaissances from Prudhoe Bay into the Brooks Range, Alaska, RATE Data Report. 

6. Chapin, F.S., III.  l977.  Nutrient/carbon costs associated with tundra adaptations to a cold nutrient-poor environment.  I:l83-l94.  In Proceedings Circumpolar Conference on Northern Ecology.  Ottawa, Ontario. 

7. Chapin, F.S., III.  l980.  Effect of clipping upon nutrient status and forage value of tundra plants in arctic Alaska.  Pp. l9-25.  In Proc. 2nd Internatl. Reindeer/Caribou Symposium, Roros, Norway (ed. by E. Reimers, E. Gaare, and S. Skjenneberg). Direktoratet for vilt og ferskvannsfisk, Trondheim.

8. Chapin, F.S., III.  1982.  Patterns of phosphorus absorption and chemistry as adaptations to infertile soils.  Pp. 95-100. In Plant Nutrition 1982.  Proceedings of the Ninth International Plant Nutrition Colloquium.  (ed. by A. Scaife).  Commonwealth Agricultural Bureau.

9. Bryant, J.P., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1982.  Carbon/nutrient balance of boreal plants in relation to snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus) browsing.  Pp. 45-51.  In Carbon uptake and allocation in subalpine ecosystems as a key to management.  R.H. Waring (ed.).  Forest Research Laboratory,  Oregon State Univ., Corvallis.

10. Dirzo, R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1987.  Problemas importantes en el estudio de interacciones planta-herbivoro en los bosques tropicales.  In Ecologia y ecofisiologia de plantas en los bosques mesoamericanos.  D.A. Clark, R. Dirzo, and N. Fetcher (eds.)  Revista Tropical 35, supplement 1:207-211.

11. Chapin, F.S., III.  1988.  Review of following book:  On the economy of plant form and function.  T.J. Givnish (ed.) Cambridge Univ. Press.  Cambridge.  J. Ecol. 76:292.

12. Chapin, F.S., III, and J.R. Ehleringer.  1988.  Biography of H.A. Mooney, president of the Ecological Society of America.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 69:147-148.

13. Chapin, F.S., III, N.I. Bazilevich, G.E. Vilchek, and A.A. Tishkov.  1990.  The future response of arctic ecosystems to global warming.  Pages 130-134.  In Arctic Research - Advances and Prospects.  Part 2. Nauka, Moscow.

14. Chapin, F.S., III, E.-D. Schulze and H.A. Mooney.  1992.  Biodiversity and ecosystem function.  Trends Ecol. Evolu. 7:107-108.

15. Chapin, F.S., III and C. Kˆrner. 1994. Arctic and alpine biodiversity: Patterns, causes, and ecosystem consequences. Trends Ecol. Evolu. 9:45-47.

16. Mooney, H.A., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1994. Future directions of global change research in terrestrial ecosystems.  Trends Ecol. Evolu. 9:371-372.

17. Steffen, W.L., F.S. Chapin, III, and O.E. Sala. 1996. Global change and ecological complexity: An international research agenda. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11:186.

18. Chapin, F.S., III.  1996.  Review of following book:  H. Tiessen (Ed.) 1995. Phosphorus in the global environment. Transfers, cycles and management. Wiley, Chichester.  Geoderma 73:257-260.

19. Sala, O.E., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Scenarios of global biodiversity. IGBP Global Change News Letter 43:7-19.

20. Sandberg, D.V., F.S. Chapin III and L.D. Hinzman. 2003. Frostfire: a study of the role of fire in global change in the boreal forest. In proceedings of Fire Conference 2000: The First National Conference on Fire Ecology, Prevention, and Management., Tallahassee, FL, 2000. (Miscellaneous Publication No. 13, Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, FL, USA).

21. Sturm, M., F.S. Chapin, III, M. E. Edwards, D.B. Griffith, H.P. Huntington, G.P. Kofinas, A.H. Lloyd, A.H. Lynch, B.J. Peterson, R.A. Pielke, Sr., J.P. Schimel, M.C. Serreze, and G.R. Shaver. 2003. PACTS (Pan-Arctic Cycles, Transitions, and Sustainability): A Science Plan. Land-Atmosphere-Ice Interactions Science Management Office, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

22. Chapin, F.S., III. 2004. Review of the following book in Global Ecology and Biogeography 2004 13:477: Loreau, M., S. Naeem, and P. Inchausti (Eds.) 2002. Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning—Synthesis and Perspectives. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

23. Hooper, D.U., F.S. Chapin III, J.J. Ewel, A. Hector, P. Inchausti, W.K. Lauenroth, S. Lavorel, D.M. Lodge, M. Loreau, S. Naeem, B. Schmid, H. Setälä, A.J. Symstad, J. Vandermee, and D.A. Wardle. In press. Effects of biodiversity on ecosystem processes: Implications for ecosystem management. ESA position statement.

24. Kofinas, G., B. Forbes, F. Berkes, M. Berman H. Beach, F.S. Chapin, Y. Csonka, K. Danell, T. Semenova, J. Tetlichi, , O. Young, D. Magness. 2005. A Research Plan for the Study of Rapid Change, Resilience and Vulnerability in Social-Ecological Systems of the Arctic. CPR Digest of the International Association for the Study of Common Property  (6-7).

26. Chapin, F.S., III. 2007. Social-ecological sustainability in Alaskan boreal forests: The challenges of global change. Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute Occasional Paper No. 1, University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, B.C., Canada.

27. Chapin, F.S., III and N. Hamilton (co-chairs). 2009. Policy options for arctic environmental governance. Pages 1-8 in Transatlantic Policy Options for the Marine Arctic. Arctic Transform, Brussels.

28. Chapin, F.S., III. 2009. Resilience-building to conserve a rapidly changing future. The Arctic Circle 2:14-15.

29. Power, M.E., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2010. Planetary stewardship in a changing world: Paths toward resilience and sustainability. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 91(2): 143-175.

30. Baker, C., F.S. Chapin, III, A. Gagne-Hawes, K. Golux, S. Golux, S. Grace, C. Kremers, M. B. Leigh, and E. Viereck. 2010. In a Time of Change: Envisioning the Future. [Play performed in Fairbanks, AK September 2010].

31. Kofinas, G., D. Clark, G.K. Hovelsrud, et al. 2013. Adaptive and Transformative Capacity. Pages 73-93 in Arctic Resilience Interim Report 2013. Arctic Council, Stockholm.

 

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

l. Chapin, F.S., III.  l97l.  The phosphate nutrition of Eriophorum vaginatum.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

2. Chapin, F.S.  l976.  Effect of soil temperature on phosphate uptake by cottongrass, Eriophorum vaginatum. Proc. Alaska Science. Conf.

3. Chapin, F.S. III.  l976.  Phosphorus cycling in Alaskan coastal tundra:  a hypothesis for regulation of nutrient cycling.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

4. Chapin, F.S., III, and M.C. Chapin,  l976.  Manipulation of reproductive strategy to achieve revegetation by a native tundra species.  Proc. Alaska Science Conf. 

5. Chapin, F.S., III, and L. Hunt.  l976.  The nature of nutrient limitation in ecosystems.  Proc. Alaska Science Conf. 

6. Chapin, F.S., III.  l977.  The role of plant roots in phosphorus cycling in Alaskan tundra.  Oikos and Swedish Soil Science Soc. 

7. Chapin, F.S., III.  l977.  Nutrient uptake and utilization by tundra plants.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

8. Chapin, F.S., III.  l978.  Growth and nutrient allocation in plants after grazing.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

9. Shaver, G.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  l978.  Nutrient limitations to plant growth in Alaskan tussock tundra vegetation.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

l0. Chapin, F.S. III.  l98l.  Variation in growth, phosphate absorption and phosphorus fractions as adaptations to phosphorus stress in New Zealand tussock grasses.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

ll. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  l98l.  Changes in soil properties and vegetation following disturbance of Alaskan arctic tundra.  Proc. Alaska Science Conf.

l2. Lachenbruch, B., F.S. Chapin, III, and G.R. Shaver.  l98l.  The role of natural disturbance in seedling establish-ment of Eriophorum vaginatum in arctic tussock tundra. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

l3.  Shaver, G.R., and F.S. Chapin, III.  l98l.  Nutritional controls of tundra plant growth:  Carbon-nutrient interactions.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

14. Chapin, F.S., III.  l982.  Carbon-nutrient interactions and plant growth.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

15. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver. 1983.  Individualistic growth response of tundra plant species to manipulation of light, temperature and nutrients.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

16. Walker, L.R., and F.S. Chapin, III 1983.  The role of life history trails in an Alaskan floodplain succession.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

17. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver. 1984.  Controls over growth rate by carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus chemical fractions in Alaskan tundra plants.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

18. Kielland, K., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1984.  Controls over nitrogen mineralization in four Alaskan tundra communities.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

19. Shaver, G.R., E.M. Sechoka, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1984.  A demographic approach to woody stem production in four Alaskan tundra ecosystems.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

20. Walker, L.R., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1984.  Control over seedling establishment and growth in an Alaskan floodplain succession.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 

21. Chapin, F.S., III.  1985.  Individualistic response of plant species to short-term climatic change.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

22. Chapin, F.S., III, J.P. Bryant, P.R. Reichardt, and J.P. Clausen. 1985.  Response of growth and anti-herbivore defensive metabolites to changes in carbon/nutrient balance in Alaskan birch and alder.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

23. Kielland, K., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1985.  Soil phosphorusstatus and phosphate uptake capacity in arctic tundra plants.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

24. Walker, L.R., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1985.  Successional mechanisms and models in an Alaskan primary succession. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

25. Chapin, F.S., III.  1986.  Carbon and nutrient costs of plant growth in diverse ecosystems.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

26. Chapin, F.S., III, D.T. Clarkson, J. Lenton, and C. Walter.  1986.  Abscisic acid does not control nitrate absorption and transport in response to nitrogen stress in barley and tomato.  Aust. Soc. Pl. Physiol. Abstracts.

27. Kielland, K., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1986.  The role of soluble organic nitrogen in the nitrogen dynamics of arctic tundra.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

28. Shaver, G.R., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1986.  Production:biomass relationships and element cycling in four contracting Alaskan vegetation types.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

29. Chapin, F.S., III, J.P. Bryant, T.P. Clausen, and P.B. Reichardt.  1987.  El efecto del balance entre carbon y minerales en el crecimiento y en las defensas contra animales de plantas boreales.  Revista Tropical.

30. McGraw, J.B., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1987.  Effects of nutrient availability and competition on growth and survival of two nutritionally-distinct Eriophorum species.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

31. Cargill, S.M., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1988.  Natural revegetation of disturbed sites in arctic Alaska.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

32. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  1988.  Ecosystem consequences of multiple limiting factors in natural ecosystems.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

33. Griffith, M., L. Defoliart, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1988.  Nitrogen, phosphate and starch storage in Eriophorum vaginatum, an arctic Sedge.  Plant Physiol. Suppl.

34. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  1988.  Ecosystem consequences of multiple limiting factors in natural ecosystems.  Proc. Alaska Science Conf.

35. Bloom, A.J., G.W. Koch, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1989.  Ammonium and nitrate absorption kinetics in two tundra graminoids, Eriophorum scheuchzeri and E. vaginatum.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

36. Chapin, F.S., III.  1989.  Nutrient costs in plants.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

37. Chapin, F.S., III, E.-D. Schulze, and H.A. Mooney.  1990.  The ecology and economics of storage in plants.  Bull Ecol. Soc. Amer.

38. Chapin, F.S., III, and G.R. Shaver.  1991.  Experimental test of the sensitivity of tundra ecosystems to climate change.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

39. Pugnaire, F.I., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1991.  Nutrient resorption from senescent leaves of evergreen mediterranean species.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

40. Schimel, J.P., A.P. Doyle, K. Kielland, and F.S. Chapin, III.  1991.  Nitrogen uptake and turnover in arctic tussock tundra.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

41.  Vance, E.D., and F.S. Chapin, III.  1991.  Microbial activity and competitiveness for nitrogen in soils of the Alaskan taiga.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

42. Chapin, F.S., III, E.D. Vance, and H. Zhong.  1992.  Plant-microbial competition for nitrogen does not regulate productivity of arctic tundra.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 73:136.

43. Hobbie, S.E. and F.S. Chapin, III.  1992.  Increased temperatures in Alaskan tussock tundra result in enhanced net ecosystem CO2 uptake.  Bull. Ecol Soc. Amer. 73:209.

44. Schaber, E.J., F.S. Chapin, III, G.E. Vilchek, and E. Matthews.  1992.  Environmental controls over plant biomass and production in the circumpolar Arctic: Potential responses to climatic change.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 73:335.

45. Chapin, F.S., III. 1993. Principles of ecosystem sustainability. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 74:189-190.

46. Pugnaire, F.I., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1993. Evolution of suites of traits in Ceanothus.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 74:400.

47. Reynolds, H.L., and F.S. Chapin, III. 1993. Mechanisms of plant competition as a function of habitat fertility in serrpentine and sandstone annuals.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 74:408.

48. Walker, L.R., Chapin, F.S., III, Fastie, C.L., and L. Sharman. 1993. Mechanisms of primary succession at Glacier Bay, Alaska.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 74:475.

49. Bret-Harte, M.S. and F. S. Chapin, III 1994. Competition for nitrogen and species effects on ecosystem processes in Alaskan tundra plants. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 75:23.

50. Chapin, F.S., III, and A.M. Starfield. 1994. A model of northern treeline dynamics in response to transient changes in climate.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 75:35.

51. Field, C.B., F.S. Chapin, III, H.A. Mooney, E.A. Holland, and N.R. Chiariello. 1994. First-year biomass from Micro-Ecosystem for Climate Change Analysis (MECCA) experiments. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 75:65.

52. Hungate, B.A., E.A. Holland, J. Canadell, H. Zhong, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1994. Elevated atmospheric CO2 increases microbial nitrogen-demand, but plants outcompete microbes for inorganic N. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 75:101.

53. McKane, R., E. Rastetter, G. Shaver, K. Nadelhoffer, A. Giblin, F. Laundre, and F. S. Chapin, III. 1994. Effects of historical changes in climate on carbon storage in Alaskan arctic tundra. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 75:148.

54. Reynolds, H.L. and F.S. Chapin, III. 1994. Mechanisms of coexistance in a serpentine annual grassland. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 75:191.

55. Canadell, J., B. Hungate, F.S. Chapin, III, and C. Field. 1995. Plant response to elevated CO2 and simulated herbivory in a California grassland. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 76:38.

56. Hobbie, S. E. and F. S. Chapin, III. 1995. Air warming alters tundra CO2 flux directly and through changes in plant community composition. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 76:117-118.

57. Reynolds, H. L., C.B. Field, and F. S. Chapin, III. 1995. Elevated atmospheric CO2 and soil nutrients alter competitive performance of California annual grassland species.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 76:225

58. Verville, J.H., F.S. Chapin, III, S.E. Hobbie, and D.U. Hooper. 1995. Vegetation and environmental controls on CH4 flux in Alaskan tundra communities.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 76.

59. Eugster, W., F. S. Chapin, III, G. L. Gamarra, and J. P. McFadden. 1995. How large are the regional differences of surface heat and moisture fluxes in the Alaskan arctic tundra.  American Geophysical Union.

60. McFadden, J. P., F.S. Chapin, III, D. Hollinger, and I. Moore. 1995. Energy and water vapor fluxes differ among vegetation types in Alaskan arctic tundra.  American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting.

61. Chapin, F.S., III, J. McFadden, W. Eugster, and A. Lynch. 1996. Influence of vegetation on regional water and energy exchange of arctic ecosystems. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.

62. Eugster, W., J.P. McFadden, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1996. Energy, momentum and CO2 fluxes at the arctic treeline--How different are they from treeless tundra? American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.

63. Hooper, D.U., S.E. Hobbie, J.H. Verville, F.S. Chapin III (1996). Temperature and vegetation controls on soil CO2 flux in Alaskan tundra. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 77(3):202.

64. McFadden, J. P., F. S. Chapin, III, and W. Eugster. 1996. Plant growth forms and energy balance of arctic tundra (poster).  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.

65. Zimov, S.A., Y.V. Voropaev, I.P. Semiletov, S.P. Davydov, S.F. Prosiannikov, F.S. Chapin, III, M.C. Chapin, S. Trumbore, and S. Tyler. 1996. Pleistocene-aged methane emitted by North Siberian lakes: impact on the seasonal dynamics of atmospheric methane concentration.  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.

66. Zimova, G., S. Zimov, S. Davydov, A. Davydova, F.S. Chapin, III, and M.C. Chapin. 1996 Experimental evidence for the impact of past and present biome changes on the seasonal dynamics of atmospheric CO2 concentration.  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.

67. Eugster, W., J. P. McFadden, F. S. Chapin III and D. A. Walker. 1997. Importance of Landscape Age and Plant Community Composition for the Surface Energy Budget and Carbon Fluxes in Alaskan Arctic Tundra. Annales Geophysicae, vol. 15, supplement II: C356.

68. Hu, S., F.S. Chapin, III, and M.K Firestone. 1997. Soil microbial response to atmospheric carbon dioxide elevation in a California grassland. Soil Sci. Soc. Am.

69. Bassirirad, H., S. Holaday, J.D. Lewis, F.S. Chapin, III and J.F. Reynolds. 1997. Sink activity does not regulate photosynthetic downregulation of Eriophorum vaginatum at high CO2. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

70. Chapin, F.S., III, J. McFadden, and W. Eugster. 1997. Effects of arctic vegetation on regional water and energy exchange in present and future climates. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

71. Chiariello, N.R., C.B. Field, F.S. Chapin, III, and H.A. Mooney. 1997. Enhanced late season production under longterm CO2 fumigation in California annual grassland. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

72. Eckhart, V.M., F.S. Chapin, III, J. Funk, and M.Walker. 1997. Phylogenetic basis of suites of traits in arctic and boreal angiosperms: consequences for the relationship between biological diversity and ecosystem processes. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

73. Eviner, V.T., F.S. Chapin , III, C.B. Field, and N.R. Chiariello. 1997. Plant species effects on ecosystem dynamics: Can they help us understand community effects in response to elevated CO2? Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

74. Field, C.B., S. Thayer, N.R. Chiariello, H.A. Mooney, J. Verville, L. Kurina, F.S. Chapin III. 1997.  Elevated CO-2, ecosystem water use, nitrogen fixation, and the nitrogen budget of annual grassland microcosms. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78(4): 246.

75. Grogan, P. and F.S. Chapin, III. 1997. Belowground CO2 flux in Alaskan tundra: effects of climate and vegetation type with regional extrapolation. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

76. Hu, S., F.S. Chapin, III, C.B. Field, and M.K. Firestone. 1997. Carbon dioxide elevation promotes soil carbon storage in a California grassland. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

77. Huante, P., E. Rincon, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1997. Physiological and environmental controls over growth rate and plasticity in tropical deciduous tree seedlings. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

78. Jaeger, C.H., III, S.E. Lindow, M.K. Firestone, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1997. The effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on exudation of sucrose from roots of Avena barbata. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

79. McFadden, J.P. F.S. Chapin, III, and W. Eugster. 1997. Plant growth forms and energy balance of arctic tundra. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

80. Vavrek, M.C., N. Fetcher, J.B. McGraw, G.R. Shaver, F.S. Chapin, III, B. Bovard, and A. Gatesman. 1997. Recovery of species diversity in tundra following disturbance. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 78.

81. Lynch, A.H. and F.S. Chapin, III. 1998. Vegetation transition in Alaska: a column modelling approach.  Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography.

82. Beringer, J., F.S. Chapin, III, C. Copass, A. Lynch, A.D. McGuire, and V. Romanovsky. 1999. Potential impacts of vegetation changes in arctic tundra on Alaskan regional climate.  Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci. Arctic Division Annual meeting.

83. Chambers, S.D. and F.S. Chapin, III.  Post-fire succession in boreal forests: implications for climate feedback at various scales.  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 13-17, 1999, vol. 80, no. 46, pate F90.

84. Chambers, S.D. and F.S. Chapin, III. Fire effects on surface-atmosphere energy exchange in black spruce forests of interior Alaska.  Science in the North: 50 years of change. 50th Arctic Science Conference. Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska, September 19-22, 1999, page 199.

85. Chapin, F.S., III and G.P. Juday. 1999.  Fifty years of ecosystem studies and changes in Alaska: past and future.  Proc. Arctic AAAS.

86. Chapin, F.S., III, S.A. Zimov, G.M. Zimova, M.C. Chapin, and J.F. Reynolds. 1999. Contribution of disturbance to high-latitude amplification of atmospheric CO2.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 80.

87. Copass, C., A.D. McGuire, F.S. Chapin III, and D. Walker. 1999. Potential for vegetation change in the Alaskan Arctic based on observations and modeling. Arctic Division Science Conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

88. Durant, M.L., Chambers, S.D. and Chapin F.S.III. Effects of burn severity on surface CO2 exchange in Alaskan black spruce forests. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 13-17, 1999, vol. 80, no. 46, pate F75.

89. Eviner, V.T., F.S. Chapin, III, and M.K. Firestone. 1999. Plant species effects on ecosystem processes: The relative importance of litter quality, labile carbon inputs and microclimate.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 80.

90. Hooper, D.U., J.C. Neff, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1999. Links between production of CO2 and dissolved organic carbon in soils from Alaskan tundra.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 80.

91. Hu, S.J., F.S. Chapin, III, M.K. Firestone, and C.B. Field. 1999. Soil microbial feedbacks to atmospheric carbon dioxide encrichment.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 80.

92. Jaeger, C.H., S.E. Lindow, F.S. Chapin, III, and M.K. Firestone.  1999. Net N mineralization is enhanced in the rhizosphere of Avena barbata.  Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 80.

93. McGuire, A.D., and F. S. Chapin III. 1999. The Alaska Transect: Historical research background, present research activities, and future research opportunities. GCTE-IGBP Global Change Transects Workshop in Darwin, Australia.

94. McGuire, A.D., F.S. Chapin III, J.S. Clein, J.W. Harden, M. Heimann, T. Kaminski, D.W. Kicklighter, R.A. Meier, J.M. Melillo, J.T. Randerson, and E.B. Rastetter. 1999. The role of high latitude ecosystems in the global carbon cycle: Insights and uncertainties identified from retrospective analyses at large spatial scales.  Conference sponsored on behalf of GCTE-IGBP in Abisko, Sweden: "How nutrient cycles constrain carbon balances in boreal forests and arctic tundra".

95. Shaver, G.R., M.S. Bret-Harte, and F.S. Chapin, III. 1999. Fifteen years of change in fertilized Alaskan tundra: Feedbacks due to changes in species composition. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 80.

96. Beringer, J. F.S. Chapin, III, I. McHugh, and N. Tapper. 2000. Observations on the role of treeline in controlling atmospheric circulations. Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 54.

97. Bret-Harte, M., F.S. Chapin, III, J.R. Whorley, E.A. Garcia, and V. Sacre. 2000. Functional types affect ecosystem response to fertilization in arctic tundra. Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 61.

98. Chapin, F.S., III, S. Chambers, J. Beringer, D. Dissing, D. Verbyla,, A. Lynch, and A. McGuire. 2000. Effects of landscape structure and heterogeneity on terrestrial feedbacks to regional climate.  Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 9.

99. Chapin, F.S., III, S. Chambers, M.L. Gotholdt, S. Rupp, L. Lydic, E. Zavaleta, and R. Naylor. 2000. The Influence of Human-Fire-Vegetation Interactions on the Regional Climate of Alaska. American Geophysical Union. San Francisco.

100. Chapin, F.S., III, A.D. McGuire, and J. Randerson. 2000. Feedbacks from High-Latitude Ecosystems to Climate. American Geophysical Union. San Francisco.

101. Copass, C., J. Beringer, A.D McGuire, F.S.Chapin III, and D.A. Walker. 2000.Characterization of Vegetation Biomass and Structure Along a Gradient from Tundra to Forest at Treeline in Council, Alaska.  Abstract for poster presentation at the Fall-2000 AGU Meeting

102. Craine, J.M., D.A. Wedin, F.S. Chapin, III, and P.B. Reich. 2000. Beyond Weaver: The relationship between the structure of root systems and resource utilization. Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 79.

103. Epstein, H.E., F.S. Chapin, III, M.D. Walker, and A.M. Starfield. 2000. Simulating tundra vegetation at varying levels of aggregation: An analysis of functional groupings. Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 93.

104. Eviner, V.T., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Linking suites of plant physiological traits to ecosystem dynamics and feedbacks. Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 13-14.

105. Johnstone, J. F. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Effects of fire severity on early post-fire tree establishment in Yukon and Alaskan burn scars. Arctic Science Conference (AAAS) Abstracts.

106. Mack, M. J. Beringer, C. Copass, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Effects of soil organic matter quality and microclimate on soil nitrogen transformations in arctic treeline ecosystems. Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 150.

107. Rupp, T., A.M. Starfield, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Modeling the response of regional fire regimes to a warming climate in Alaska: Towards an understanding of the affects of vegetation pattern and land use. Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 32.

108. Sala, O.E., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Scenarios of global biodiversity. IGBP Newsletter 43:7-11.

109. Urcelay, C.R., D.E. Gurvich, S.M. Diaz, E. Cuevas, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2000. Effects of species and functional diversity of plants on ecosystem functioning: Preliminary results of a removal experiment. Bull. Ecol.. Soc. Amer. 350.

110. Zimov, S.A., M.C. Chapin, F.S. Chapin. Effects of Thawing of Pleistocene Permafrost on Atmospheric CO2. In: Eos, Transaction, American Geophysical  Union, Vol. 81, No. 48, November 28, 2000.

111. Copass , C.D., F.S. Chapin, A.D. McGuire. 2001. Carbon storage in Successional Landscape Following by Fire in the Cherskii Region, Northeast Siberia. In: Transaction, American Geophysical  Union, Vol. 82, No. 47, November 20, 2001.

112. Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman, W. Oechel, F.S. Chapin, III, and J. McNamara. 2001. Coupled surface water and energy fluxes in the Alaskan Arctic. IGBP International Science Conference, Amsterdam.

113. Zimov, S., S. Davidov, G. Zimova, A. Davidova, F.S. Chapin, III, and M.C. Chapin. 2001. Reconstructing mammoth densities and productivity of the mammoth steppe ecosystem. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco

114. Chapin, F.S. J. Beringer, H. Epstein, W. Eugster, A. Lloyd, A. Lynch, J. McFadden, D. McGuire, and M. Sturm. 2002. Vegetation feedbacks to climate warming in Alaskan arctic and boreal ecosystems. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

115. Copass, C.D. J. Beringer, F.S. Chapin, A.D. McGuire, and D.A. Walker. 2002. Relationship of structural complexity to land surface exchange along a gradient from arctic tundra to forest. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

116. Copass, C.D. J. Beringer, F.S. Chapin, A.D. McGuire, and D.A. Walker. 2002. Relationship of structural complexity to land surface exchange along a gradient from arctic tundra to forest. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

117. Eviner, V. T., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2002. Plant trait interactions determine ecosystem effects of plant species and plant species mixtures. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

118. Hinzman, L.D., N. Bettez, F.S. Chapin, M. Dyurgerov, C. Fastie, D.B. Griffith, A. Hope, H.P. Huntington, A. Jensen, D.L. Kane, G. Kofinas, A. Lynch, A. Lloyd, A.D. McGuire, F.E. Nelson, T. Osterkamp, W.C. Oechel, C. Racine, V.E. Romanovsky, J. Schimel, D. Stow, M. Sturm, C.E. Tweedie, G. Vourlitis, M. Walker, P.J. Webber, J. Welker, K. Winker, K. Yoshikawa. 2002. Evidence and Implications of Recent Climate Change in Terrestrial Regions of the Arctic. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. San Francisco, California.

119. Johnstone, J.F. F.S. Chapin, S. Olsen, and K. Price. 2002 Fire effects on succession trajectory in boreal forest. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

120. Mack, M.C., F.S. Chapin, III, E.A. Schuur, and D.W. Valentine. 2002. Post-fire plant species composition and fire severity determine nitrogen retention in upland black spruce forests. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

121. Walter, K. M., F. S. Chapin III, D. White. 2002, March. Lake ecosystems in transition: implications for CH4 and CO2 flux. Alaska Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, Annual Chapter Meeting, Fairbanks, Alaska. Presentation.

122. Wessman, C.A., P.T. Stapp, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2002. Spatially interactive approaches to scaling: Dynamics in motion. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer.

123. Zimov,  S.A.,  S.P. Davydov, G.M. Zimova, A.I. Davydova, F.S. Chapin, and M.C. Chapin. 2002. Role of Siberian Permafrost in the Global Atmospheric Carbon Budget. Abstract for AGU meeting in San-Francisco.

124. Chapin, F.S., III. 2003. The changing role of fire in Alaska’s boreal forest. Siberian Fire Conference. Sapporo, Japan.

125. Chapin, F.S., III, T.S. Rupp, A. Lovecraft, A. Starfield, L. DeWilde, and A.D. McGuire. 2003. Planning for resilience: Modeling change in human-fire interactions in the Alaskan boreal forest. LTER All Scientists Meeting. Seattle, Washington.

126. DeWilde, L., F.S. Chapin, III, T.S. Rupp, and D.L. Verbyla. 2003. A comparison of human impacts on fire regime in three areas of interior Alaska. SEARCH All-Scientist Conference, Seattle, Washington, November, 2003.

127. Johnstone, J. and F.S. Chapin, III. Provoking change in ecosystems: Lessons from the boreal forest. Invited speaker, Young Scientist's Global Change Conference, Trieste, Italy, November 12-16, 2003.

128. Johnstone, J. and F.S. Chapin, III. Initiation by fire: Formation and maintenance of aspen-dominated stands in boreal forest. International Association for Landscape Ecology, Banff, AB, Canada, April, 2003.

129. Robinson, Melissa A., Randy J. Brown and F. Stuart Chapin. 2003. Linking Western and traditional ways of knowing as a basis for management of humpback whitefish in Interior Alaska.  Presentation, 3rd International Wildlife Management Congress, 1-5 December 2003. Christchurch, New Zealand.

130. Robinson, Melissa A., Randy J. Brown and F. Stuart Chapin. 2003. Linking Western and traditional ways of knowing as a basis for management of humpback whitefish in Interior Alaska.  Presentation, 2003 Annual Alaska Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Conference, 3-6 November 2003, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA.

131. Thompson, C., J Beringer, A.D. McGuire, F.S. Chapin, III. 2003. Carbon exchange along a gradient from arctic tundra to boreal forest. Poster presentation. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California.

132. Trainor, S. F., F. S. Chapin III, J. Wisniewksi, L. DeWilde, D. Natcher, M. P. Calef, S. Rupp. 2004. A history of human-fire interactions in the Alaskan boreal forest. American Society for Environmental History.

133. Walter, K. M., F. S. Chapin III, S. A. Zimov, D. Draluk. 2003. The significance of methane ebullition. American Geophysical Union Meeting, San Francisco, California. Presentation.

134. Barber, V.A.; Juday, G.P.; D’Arrigo, R.; Berg, E.F.; Chapin, F.S. III; Hinzmann, L; Huntington. H.; Jorgensen, T.; Mcguire, D.; Osterkamp, T.; Riordan, B.; Romanovsky, V.; Rupp, S.; Sturm, M.; Verbyla, D.; Walsh, J.; Whiting, A.; Wilmking, M. 2004. A Synthesis of Recent Climate Warming Effects on Terrestrial Ecosystems of Alaska. Proceedings of the Pacific Division, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Volume 23, Part I June 13, 2004, 85th Annual Meeting of the AAAS Pacific Division Program with Abstracts. Pg. 21. http://www.sou.edu/aaaspd/Logan2004/Program23pp1-33.pdf

135. Beier, C.M. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Institutional inertia and adaptation of Tongass National Forest land planning in response to shifting political and economic conditions. International Arctic Social Sciences Association Conference, Fairbanks, AK.

136. Beier, C.M., G.P. Juday, P.E. Hennon, D.D’Amore, A.D. McGuire, and F.S. Chapin III. 2004. Dendroclimatology of declining Chamaecyparis nootkatensis (Yellow Cedar) forests in Southeast Alaska. 12th Conference of the International Boreal Forest Research Association. Fairbanks, Alaska.

137. Brinkman, T.J. R.T. Bowyer, D.K. Person, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Survivorship and habitat selection by your Sitka black-tailed deer: effects of logging and social factors.  84th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Mammalogists, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA  (Abstract Published)

138. Brinkman, T.J., R.T. Bowyer, D.K. Person, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Survivorship and habitat selection by young Sitka black-tailed deer: effects of logging and social factors.  Northwest Section of The Wildlife Society, Girdwood, AK (Abstract Published)

139. Chapin, F.S., III, P. Baer, C. Beier, B. Forbes, H. Huntington, G. Kofinas, A. Lovecraft, A. D. McGuire, D. Natcher, R. Naylor, S. Rupp, S.F. Trainor, E. Zavaleta, and S. Zimov. 2004. Limits to sustainability in a directionally changing world: Circumpolar patterns and a conceptual model of regional mechanisms. International Conference of Arctic Social Scientists. Fairbanks, AK.

140. Chapin, F.S.,  L. DeWilde, P. Duffy, T.S. Rupp, A.D. McGuire, E. Kasischke, D. Mann, D. Verbyla, S. Trainor, and M. Calef. 2004. Scale-dependency of human-fire interactions in the Alaskan boreal forest. International Boreal Forest Research Assn. Meeting. Fairbanks, AK.

141. Chapin, F.S., L. DeWilde, S.F. Trainor, M. Calef, A.D. McGuire, T.S. Rupp, and A. Lovecraft. 2004. Vulnerability and resilience: Changing fire regime in interior Alaska. Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR.

142. DeWilde, L., F.S. Chapin, III, T.S. Rupp, and D. Verbyla. 2004. Human impacts on fire regime in interior Alaska. Poster International Boreal Forest Research Assn. Meeting. Fairbanks, AK.

143. Fresco, N., H. Bader, F.S. Chapin, III, D. McGuire, and J. Rosenberg. 2004. Can Alaska Villages Earn Tradable Carbon Credits Through Conversion from Fossil Fuel Dependence to Renewable Energy Sources? An interdisciplinary framework for the assessment of the social, biological and economic feasibility of fuel offset programs in interior Alaska.”  International Arctic Social Sciences Association Conference, Fairbanks AK.

144. Fresco, N., F.S. Chapin, III, D. McGuire, J. Rosenberg, J. Dawe, and H. Bader. 2004. An interdisciplinary approach to investigating current and potential carbon sequestration in the boreal forest of interior Alaska: modeling biological, economic, and sociopolitical variables.” International Boreal Forest Research Association 12th Annual Conference, Fairbanks AK.

145. Hinzman,L.D., N. Bettez, W.R. Bolton, F.S. Chapin, M.B. Dyurgerov, C.L. Fastie, B. Griffith, R.D. Hollister, A. Hope, H.P. Huntington, A.M. Jensen, G.J. Jia, T. Jorgenson, D.L. Kane, D.R. Klein, G. Kofinas, A.H. Lynch, A.H. Lloyd, A.D. McGuire, F.E. Nelson, M. Nolan, W.C. Oechel, T.E. Osterkamp, C.H. Racine, V.E. Romanovsky, R.S. Stone, D.A. Stow, M. Sturm, C.E. Tweedie, G.L. Vourlitis, M.D. Walker, D.A. Walker, P.J. Webber, J. Welker, K.S. Winker, and K. Yoshikawa.  2004. Evidence and implications of recent climate change in northern Alaska and other Arctic Regions. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union. San Francisco, California.

146. Trainor, S. F., P. Baer, F.S. Chapin, III, H. Huntington, D. Natcher, R. Naylor, and E. Zavaleta. 2004. Human Factors in the Alaskan Fire Regime:  Comparing Economic, Subsistence & Ecological Values of Fire. International Boreal Forest Research Assn. Meeting. Fairbanks, AK.

147. Trainor, S.F., F. S. Chapin III, H. Huntington, D. Natcher, L. DeWilde, O. Huntingon, E. Zavaleta. 2004. Community Response to Wildfire in the Alaskan Interior and Yukon Territory. American Assn. for the Advancement of Science, Arctic Division Meeting  Anchorage, AK.

148. Trainor, S. F., F.S. Chapin, L. DeWilde, D. Natcher, P. Baer, R. Naylor, E. Zavaleta, J. Nelson, O. Huntington. 2004. Human Factors in the Alaskan Fire Regime:  Comparing Economic, Subsistence and Ecological Values of Fire.  Paper presented at the Environmental Policy & Natural Resources and the Native American Studies Sections of the Western Social Science Association, Salt Lake City, UT.

149. Trainor, S. F., F. S. Chapin, J. Wisniewski, L. DeWilde, D. Natcher, M. Calef, S. Rupp. 2004.  A History of Human-Fire Interactions in the Alaska-Yukon Boreal Forest.  Poster presented at the American Society for Environmental History, Victoria, BC, Canada.

150. Wurtz, T. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2004. Change in the boreal forest of Alaska: Results from the Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research group. Annual General Meeting and Convention of the Society of American Foresters and the Canadian Institute of Forestry. Edmonton, Canada

151. Beier, C., T. J. Brinkman, G. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III, and D. K. Person. 2005.  Building resilience into a multiple use ecosystem:  a conventional or adaptive management approach? Joint meeting of the Alaska Society of American Foresters and Alaska Chapter of The Wildlife Society, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska.

152. Calef, M.P., A.D. McGuire, F.S. Chapin, III, and L. DeWilde. 2005. The human footprint on wildfire in the boreal forest of interior Alaska. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal.

153. Chapin, F.S., III. 2005. Ecosystem services: A key link between ecosystem functioning and human well-being. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal.

154. Chapin, F.S., III, L. DeWilde, D. Natcher, O. Huntington, and L. Henry. 2005. Wilderness in a changing Alaska: Managing for resilience. 8th International Wilderness Congress.

155. Chapin, F.S., III and O. Huntington. 2005. Climate Change and Subsistence in Interior Alaska. Alaska Federation of Natives Annual Meeting, Fairbanks.

156. Chapin, F.S., III, M. Robards, H.P. Huntington, J.F. Johnstone, S.F. Trainor, R.W. Ruess, N. Fresco, D. Natcher, G. Kofinas. 2005. Predicting directional changes in ecological communities and social-ecological systems. American Society of Naturalists Annual Meeting, Fairbanks.

157. Johnstone, J.F., F.S., Chapin, III, and E. Kasischke. 2005. Do results from small-scale experiments help in understanding landscape patterns of boreal tree recruitment within a natural wildfire? Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal.

158. Mack, M.C., M.S. Bret-Harte, F.S. Chapin, III, E.A.G. Schuur, and D.W. Valentine. 2005. Nitrogen retention and partitioning following fire in boreal black spruce forests: The importance of plant functional types. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal.

159. Myers-Smith, I.H., A.D. McGuire, J.W. Harden, and F.S. Chapin. 2005. The influence of disturbance on carbon exchange and succession in a permafrost collapse. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Montreal.

160. Wall, S., and F.S. Chapin, III. 2005. An Economic Analysis of the Impact of Climate Change on Alaska's Forest Fire Regime. Western Forestry and Conservation Association, Portland.

161. Whiteman, G., F.S. Chapin, III, B. Forbes, A. King, and J. Niemelä. 2005. Corporate decision-making and management practices and the resilience of high-latitude ecosystems. AMAP Conference. St. Petersburg, Russia.

162. Brinkman, T. J., G. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III.  2006.  Influence of hunter adaptability on resilience of subsistence lifestyles.  The 66th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Vancouver,British Columbia, Canada.

163. Brinkman, T. J., G. P. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III, and D. K. Person.  2006.  Resilience of deer hunters in a rapidly changing social and ecological environment.  The Wildlife Society 13th Annual Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, USA

164. Brinkman, T. J., G. P. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III, and D. K. Person. 2006.  Resilience of a subsistence hunter system in a rapidly changing social and ecological environment. 12th International Symposium on Society and Natural Resources, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

165. Calef, M.P., A.D. McGuire, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. When suppression fails: A GIS-based analysis. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Memphis.

166. Calef, M., A.D. McGuire, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Human influence on fire at a regional scale in Alaska. Society of Human Ecology. Bar Harbor, ME.

167. Chapin, F.S., III. 2006. Alaskan National Parks in a Warming Climate: Preserving a Future that Differs from the Past. Keynote Address. Alaska Park Science Symposium. Denali Park, Alaska.

168. Chapin, F.S., III. 2006. Ecological and cultural resilience in a changing arctic. Helge Ingstad Memorial Symnposium on Arctic Change. Fairbanks, AK

169. Chapin, F.S., III, K. Danell, and N. Fresco. 2006. Strategies for Sustaining Ecosystem Services in a Changing World: Challenges and Opportunities for Swedish Forestry. Conference on Future Forests – Sustainable Strategies in a Changing World. Stockholm.

170. Chapin, F.S., III, A.L. Lovecraft, M.D. Robards, S.F. Trainor, G.P. Kofinas. 2006. Social-Ecological Sustainability of Ecosystem Services in a Directionally Changing World: Addressing Climatic Change in Interior Alaska. LTER All-Scientist Meeting, Estes Park, CO.

171. Chapin, F.S., III, S.F. Trainor, and A.L. Lovecraft. 2006. Fire-Mediated Changes in the Alaskan Boreal Forest: Interactions of Changing Climate and Human Activities. International Fire Congress, San Diego.

172. Chapin, F.S., III, S.F. Trainor, A.L. Lovecraft, D. Natcher, H. Huntington, T.S. Rupp, and A.D. McGuire. 2006. Impacts of global and national processes on local human-fire interactions in Interior Alaska: Constraints on future options. Society of Human Ecology. Bar Harbor, ME.

173. Eck, T.F., B. N. Holben, E. J. Hyer, J. S. Reid, N. C. Hsu, J. R. Vande Castle, F.S. Chapin,  N.T. O'Neill, A. Sinyuk, O. Dubovik, A. Smirnov. 2006. Optical Properties of Biomass Burning Aerosols In Alaska and Transport of Smoke to Remote Arctic Regions. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

174. Euskirchen, E.S., A.D. Mcguire, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. The relative influences of the responses of albedo and the exchange with the atmosphere of carbon dioxide in high latitude terrestrial ecosystems on the climate system. European Geophysical Union.

175. Fresco, N. and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Assessing the potential for conversion to biomass fuels in Interior Alaska: Cultural considerations, costs, and carbon credits. International Symposium on Society and Range Management. June 5, 2006. Vancouver BC.

176. Fresco, N., A.D. McGuire, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Forest carbon and social-ecological systems in Interior Alaska: Placing historical, landscape-level, and local analyses into a resilience context. AAAS, Arctic Division. Fairbanks, AK.

177. McGuire, A.D., F.S. Chapin III, J. Walsh, and C. Wirth. 2006. Integrated regional changes in arctic climate feedbacks: Implications for the global climate system.  Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California.

178. McGuire, A.D., E. Euskirchen, F.S. Chapin III, M. Balshi, Q. Zhuang, J. Melillo, D. Kicklighter, J. Walsh, and C. Wirth. 2006. Integrated regional changes in boreal forest climate feedbacks: Implications for the global climate system.  USGS Global Change Workshop. Denver, Colorado.

179. McGuire, A.D., E. Euskirchen, F.S. Chapin III, M. Balshi, Q. Zhuang, J. Melillo, D. Kicklighter, J. Walsh, and C. Wirth. 2006. Integrated regional changes in boreal forest climate feedbacks: Implications for the global climate system.  13th International Boreal Forest Research Association. Umea, Sweden.

180. Murdoch, P.S., R. Striegl, P. Dunn, L. Tieszen, B. Griffith, G. Juday, S. Chapin, T. Armstrong, J. Harden, G. Aiken. 2006. Rates and effects of climate warming and permafrost thawing in the Yukon River Basin: An arctic benchmark. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

181. Natcher, D.C., S.F. Trainor, H. Huntington, M. Calef, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Factors Contributing to the Spatial Variability of Landscape Burning by Natives Peoples in Interior Alaska. Society of Human Ecology. Bar Harbor, ME.

182. Rupp, P. Duffy, H. Huntington, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Assessing Past and Potential Future Human Influences on the Fire Regime, and Climate Feedbacks in Interior Alaska. Society of Human Ecology. Bar Harbor, ME.

183. Trainor, S.F., F.S. Chapin, III, M. Bifelt, M. Calef, L. DeWilde, N. Fresco, A.D. McGuire, H. Huntington, O. Huntington, A. Lovecraft, D.C. Natcher, J. Nelson, T.S. Rupp, A. Starfield, and E. Zavaleta. 2006. Human-Fire Interactions in the Boreal Forest of Alaska. AAAS, Arctic Div., Fairbanks, AK and International Fire Congress, San Diego, CA.

184. Trainor, S.F., A.L. Lovecraft, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Fire effects on ecosystem services and village economy. Society of Human Ecology. Bar Harbor, ME and International Fire Congress, San Diego, CA

185. Trainor, S.F., F.S. Chapin III. 2006. Cross-Scale Linkages, Resilience and the Multiple Economies of Rural Interior Alaska.  Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

186. Walter, K. M., Edwards M. E., Zimov, S. A., Chanton, J., Chapin, F. S. III. 2006. Bottom-up estimates of CH4 emissions from northern thaw lakes: modern and paleo- perspectives. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

187. Wirth, C., J.W. Lichstein, A. Chen, J. Dushoff, S.W. Pacala, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2006. Controls over local migration between black and white spruce stands in response to environmental gradients and a warmer climate in Interior Alaska. International Boreal Forest Association meeting. Stockholm. August 2006.

188. Beier, C.M., Patterson, T.M., and Chapin, FS. 2007. Mapping social-ecological vulnerability at the regional scale: ecosystem services, societal importance, and disturbance impacts. North American Forest Ecology Workshop, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.  Invited talk.

189. Chapin, F.S., III. 2007. Changing boreal fire regime: A key link between global change and society. VIth International Conference on Disturbance Dynamics in Boreal Forests. Fairbanks, AK May 30, 2007.

190. Chapin, F.S., III. 2007. Using climate change to restore biodiversity. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. San Jose, California.

191. Chapin, F.S., III. 2007. Ecological and Societal Consequences of Climate Change in the Arctic. AAAS Abelson Conference, Washington, DC. Invited talk.

192. Chapin, F.S., III, A. Kinzig, and B.L. Turner. 2007. Sustainability in a social-ecological context: Integrating the dynamics of social and ecological systems. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. San Jose, California. Invited.

193. Chapin, F.S., III, J. Randerson, A.D. McGuire, J. Foley, and C. Field.  2007. Changing feedbacks in the ecosystem-climate system. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. San Jose, California. Invited.

194. Edwards, M.E., K.M. Walter, G. Grosse, S.A. Zimov, P.J. Bartelin, P.J. Valdes, F.S. Chapin, III. 2007. Late-Quaternary dynamics of arctic thermokarst lakes contribute feedbacks to deglacial climate warming. International Quaternary Assn. Sydney. July 2007.

195. Euskirchen, E. S., A.D. McGuire, F.S. Chapin III, and S. Yi. 2007. Changes in plant communities in northern Alaska under scenarios of climate change, 2003-2100. AAAS, Anchorage AK, Sept. 26, 2007.

196. Johnstone, J., F.S. Chapin, III, T. Hollingsworth, E. Bernhardt, L. Boby, M. Mack, and E.A.G. Schuur. 2007. Can variations in surface fire severity drive landscape patterns of post-fire forest composition? Early results from Alaska’s black spruce forests. VIth International Conference on Disturbance Dynamics in Boreal Forests. Fairbanks, AK May 30, 2007.

197. Johnstone, J., F.S. Chapin, III, T. Hollingsworth, L. Boby, M. Mack, and E.A.G. Schuur. 2007. Fire-driven changes in Alaskan black spruce forests: Regeneration sensitivity to surface fuel consumption. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. San Jose, California. Aug. 10, 2007.

198. Mack, M.C., L. Boby, J. Johnstone, T. Hollingsworth, E.A.G. Schuur, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2007. Fire severity, nitrogen loss, and plant nitrogen availability in boreal black spruce forests. VIth International Conference on Disturbance Dynamics in Boreal Forests. Fairbanks, AK May 30, 2007

199. Mack, M.C., L. Boby, J. Johnstone, T. Hollingsworth, E.A.G. Schuur, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2007. Fire severity, nitrogen loss, and plant nitrogen availability in boreal black spruce forests. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. San Jose, California. Aug. 10, 2007.

200. McGuire, A.D., F.S. Chapin III, J. Walsh, C.Wirth, Q. Zhuang, and E. Euskirchen. 2007. Arctic feedbacks to the carbon-climate system.  AAAS Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California. Invited.

201. McGuire, A.D., E.S. Euskirchen, F.S. Chapin III, M. Balshi, Q. Zhuang, J. Melillo, D. Kicklighter, J. Walsh, and C.Wirth. 2007. Integrated regional changes in arctic climate feedbacks: Implications for the global climate system. CLASSIC Workshop on Land-Atmosphere Interactions in the Arctic, Abisko, Sweden. Invited. 

202. Myers-Smith, I., J. Harden, M. Wilmking, C. Fuller, A.D. McGuire, and F.S. Chapin III. 2007. The influence of disturbance on wetland succession in a permafrost collapse, Fairbanks, Alaska. 1st International Symposium on Carbon in Peatlands, Wageningen, Netherlands.

203. Trainor, S. F., F.S. Chapin, A. D. McGuire, M. Calef, N. Fresco, M. Kwart, P. Duffy, A. Lovecraft, T. S. Rupp, D. Natcher, L. DeWilde, O. Huntington. 2007. Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Related Fire Impacts in Alaska. AAAS, Arctic Division, Anchorage, AK Sept. 25, 2007.

204. Walter, K.M., M.E. Edwards, G. Grosse, T. Chapin, S. Zimov, S. Sarkar, L. Smith, L. Plug. 2007.  IPY: Impacts of permafrost degradation on methane emissions from arctic lakes. Proceedings of the ARCUS 19th Annual Meeting and Arctic Forum 2007 in Washington, DC, 23-24 May 2007.

205. Beier, C.M., Patterson, T.M., and F.S. Chapin. 2008. Landscape-scale assessment of emergent vulnerability: ecosystem services and disturbance feedbacks.  Resilience 2008 – Stockholm Resilience Centre and Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden.

206. Brinkman,T.,  Chapin, S., III, Kofinas, G.P. and Person, D.K. (2008). Linking hunter knowledge with forest change to understand changing deer harvest opportunities in an intensively logged landscape. In the 2008 Conference Pathways to Success: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fisheries and Wildlife Management, Estes Park, Colorado.       

207. Brinkman, T., Kofinas, G.P. and Person, D.K., Chapin, S., III. (2009). Estimating deer abundance on Prince of Wales Island. In the Federal Subsistence Board Southeast Alaska Regional Advisory Council Meeting, Alaska Native Brotherhood Hall, Petersburg, Alaska.  

208. Brinkman, T., Chapin, S., III, Kofinas, G.P. and Person, D.K. (2008). Linking hunter knowledge with forest change to understand changing deer harvest opportunities in an intensively logged landscape. In the Human Dimensions in the Circumpolar Arctic, Umeå University, Sweden.

209. Brinkman, T. J., Chapin, F. S., III, Kofinas, G. P. and Person, D. K. (2008). Linking hunter knowledge with forest change to understand changing deer harvest opportunities in an intensively logged landscape. In 2008 Conference Pathways to Success: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fisheries and Wildlife Management, Estes Park, Colorado, USA.

210. Brinkman, T. J., Chapin, F. S., III, Kofinas, G. P. and Person, D. K. (2008). Linking hunter knowledge with forest change to understand changing deer harvest opportunities in an intensively logged landscape. In Human Dimensions in the Circumpolar Arctic, Umeå University, Sweden

211. Chapin, F.S., III. 2008. Wildfires: The intersection of changes in climate, policy, and culture in Alaska’s boreal forest. LTER Science Council, Stockholm Sweden May 2008

212. Chapin, F.S., III, G.P. Kofinas, and C. Folke. 2008. Integrating vulnerability, adaptability, and resilience theories to address social-ecological sustainability. Resilience 2008 Conference, Stockholm, Sweden. April 2008

213. Chapin, F.S., III, A.D. McGuire, E. Euskirchen, R.W. Ruess, and K. Kielland. 2008. The changing global carbon cycle: Linking local plant-soil processes to global consequences. British Ecological Society, London. September 2008.

214. Hollingsworth T., J. Johnstone, and F.S. Chapin III. 2008. A Successional Trajectories Key for Burned Stands of Black Spruce in Interior Alaska: Providing a framework for predicting post-fire community composition. Alaska Fire Management Meeting, March 2008, Fairbanks, AK.

215. Johnstone, J.F., F.S. Chapin, III, E. Kasischke, and T. Hollingsworth. Resilience of black spruce forests to changes in fire regime. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution annual meeting, May 2008.

216. Rosenberger, A.E., S. Trienbenbach, A. Prakash, F.S. Chapin, III, J. Margraf. 2008. Effects of water loss on fish communities in the Arctic: Landscape perspectives and future research directions. American Fisheries Society.

217. Trainor, S.F., F.S. Chapin, III, H.P. Huntington, D.C. Natcher, and G. Kofinas. Arctic climate impacts and response: Environmental injustice in Canada and the United States. Association of American Geographers. April, 2008.

218. Chapin, F.S., III. 2009. Sustainability in a Changing World: Concepts and Policy Strategies to Address Climate Change in Alaska. INRA, Fairbanks, AK. March, 2009.

219. Chapin, F.S., III. 2009 Wildfires: The intersection of changes in climate, policy, and culture in Alaska’s boreal forest. LTER All-Scientist Meeting. Keynote speaker for graduate student symposium. Estes Park, CO. September 2009.

220. Chapin, F.S., III, G. Kofinas, L. Ray, S. Trainor, O. Huntington, S. BurnSilver, and T.S. Rupp. 2009. Resilience as a strategy for sustainability in Alaskan Athabascan communities in a rapidly changing world. Ecological Society of America. August, 2009.

221. Brinkman, T. J., T. S. Rupp, S. BurnSilver, G. Kofinas, T. Chapin.  2010.  Relating Climate Change Projections to the Availability of WildlifePresented at Annual Meeting of The Alaska Chapter and Northwest Section of the Wildlife Society, Anchorage, Alaska.

222. Brinkman, T. J., T. S. Rupp, W. Hansen, S. BurnSilver, G. Kofinas, T. Chapin. 2010. Impacts of high-latitude climate change on ecosystem services and society. Presented at the Maps and Locals (MALS) Workshop.  Sponsored by the National Science Foundation’s Long-Term Ecological Research Network. University of Alaska Fairbanks, USA.

223. Burnsilver, S. B., T. J. Brinkman, G. Kofinas, T. Chapin, and T. S. Rupp.  2010.  Working with Communities to Relate Climate Change Projections to the Availability of Wildlife.  Poster presented at the Alaska Forum on the Environment, Anchorage, Alaska.

224. Chapin, F.S., III. 2010. Ecosystem Service Impacts/Implications of Fire Regime on Human Subsistence. LTER Minisymposium. National Science Foundation, Washington. March, 2010

225. Chapin, F.S., III 2010. Climate change, wildfire, and subsistence: What is the likely future for Interior Alaska? Denali National Park, community presentation (+ climate change training for park service interpreters. May

226. Chapin, F.S., III. 2010. Ecosystem and planetary stewardship: An action-oriented framework for addressing sustainability in a rapidly changing world. Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences. Portland, June.

227. Chapin, F.S., III 2010. A resilience framework for planetary stewardship. Asia Flux Workshop. Tokyo. June 2010.

228. Chapin, F.S., III 2010. Linking carbon and water flux measurements to sustainability planning. Asia Flux Workshop. Tokyo. June 2010.

229. Chapin, F.S., III 2010. Diversity as a source of insights in designing sustainable solutions to local and global problems. Society for Wetland Science, Salt Lake City. June.

230. Chapin, F.S., III 2010. Planetary stewardship to sustain ecological and social values within safe boundaries of Earth’s life support system. Ecological Society of America. Pittsburgh.

231. Chapin, F.S., III. 2010. Ecosystem stewardship: Sustainability strategies for a rapidly changing planet. Global Land Project Conference. Tempe.

232. Chapin, F.S., III. 2010. Biodiversity loss threatens human well-being. Alaska Invasive Plants Conference. Fairbanks.

233. Chapin, F.S., III, M.E. Power, S.T.E. Pickett, R. Jackson, D. Carter, and J. Harden. 2010. Social-ecological controls over earth-system stewardship: A framework for sustainability of a rapidly changing world. American Geophysical Union. San Francisco.

234. Beier, C., A. Lovecraft, and F.S. Chapin, III. 2011. Growth and collapse of a resource system: an adaptive cycle of change in public lands. International Resilience Conference. Tempe.

235. Brinkman, T. J., W. Hansen, S. BurnSilver, G. Kofinas, T. Chapin, and S. Rupp.  2011.  Subsistence Resource Availability Project.  Presented to the NPR-A Subsistence Advisory Panel. Organized by the US Bureau of Land Management.  Community Center, Wainwright, Alaska, USA. 

236. Brinkman, T. J., W. Hansen, G. Kofinas, T. Chapin, and S. Rupp.  2011.  Impacts of Climate Change on Local Availability of Wildlife: an Integrative Model.  Presented at Classrooms for Climate: A Symposium on the Changing Chugach, Northern Ecosystems, and the Implications for Science and Society.  University of Alaska, Anchorage, USA. 

237. Brinkman, T. J., G. Kofinas, W. Hansen, T. Chapin, and S. Rupp.  2011.  Managing Hunting Opportunities: Shifting Focus from Wildlife Abundance to Availability.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Alaska Chapter of The Wildlife Society.  Centennial Hall, Juneau, Alaska, USA.

238. Brinkman, T. J., T. Chapin, W. Hansen, S. BurnSilver, G. Kofinas, S. Rupp.  2011.  Linking global change to community availability of wild resources at a landscape scale: a local-knowledge model.  Presented at Resilience 2011 - Resilience, Innovation, and Sustainability: Navigating the Complexities of Global Change.  Second International Science and Policy Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.

239, Brinkman, T. J., W. Hansen, G. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin, III, and S. Rupp.  2011.  Impacts of Climate Change on Local Availability of Game in Alaska: An Integrative Model.  Presented at the Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, Waikoloa, Hawaii.

240. Chapin, F.S., III. 2011. Planning and facilitating inevitable transformations. International Resilience Conference. Tempe.

241. Chapin, F.S., III. 2011. Earth Stewardship: Sustainability Strategies for a Rapidly Changing Planet. Mexican Ecological Congress, Veracruz. (keynote talk). Similar talk given as keynote to the Society of Human Ecology Conference in Las Vegas.

242. Chapin, F.S., III. 2011. Alaskan traditional ecological knowledge and long-term ecological research. Cary Conference. Millbrook

243. Chapin, F.S., III. 2011. Strengthening Sense of Place at Multiple Scales as a Foundation for Earth Stewardship. Ecological Society of America. Austin.

244. Chapin, F.S., III, R. B. Jackson, S. T. A. Pickett, M. E. Power, and C. Duke. 2011. Shaping sustainable change: Earth stewardship as a strategy to transform social-ecological systems in a rapidly changing world. Ecological Society of America. Austin.

245. Hansen, W., T. J. Brinkman, F. S. Chapin, III, and C. Brown.  2011.  Meeting Indigenous Subsistence Needs: Prey Switching in Rural Alaska.  Presented at the 96th Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting.  Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas.

246. Hansen, W, T. Brinkman, and T. Chapin.  2011.  Prey switching as an adaptive strategy to management restrictions on subsistence wildlife harvest in rural Alaska.  Presented at Resilience 2011 - Resilience, Innovation, and Sustainability: Navigating the Complexities of Global Change.  Second International Science and Policy Conference, Tempe, Arizona, USA.

247. Brinkman, T. J., W. Hansen, G. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin, III, and S. Rupp.  2012.  Impacts of high latitude climate change on subsistence resources: an integrative model. Presented at International Polar Year 2012 Conference. Palais des Congres, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

248. Hansen, W.D., T.J. Brinkman, M. Leonawicz, F.S. Chapin III, G.P. Kofinas. 2012. Changing Daily Wind Speeds: Implications for a Subsistence Hunting System. Presented at the Alaska Forum on the Environment. Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center, Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

249. Hansen, W.D., T.J. Brinkman, M. Leonawicz, F.S. Chapin III, G.P. Kofinas. 2012. Changing Daily Wind Speeds: Implications for a Subsistence Hunting System. Presented at International Polar Year 2012 Conference. Palais des congres, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

250. Zavaleta, E. and F.S Chapin III. 2014. Interdisciplinary collaborations to tackle wicked problems: boreal forest fire and endangered urban butterflies. Society of Conservation Biology.

 

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