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J. M. Lenihan, Bachelet, D., Drapek, R., Neilson, R. P., and , The response of vegetation distribution, ecosystem productivity, and fire in California to future climate scenarios simulated by the MC1 dynamic vegetation dynamic., 2006.
J. M. Lenihan, Drapek, R., Bachelet, D., and Neilson, R. P., Climate change effects on vegetation distribution, carbon, and fire in California, Ecological Applications, vol. 13, pp. 1667–1681, 2003.
J. M. Lenihan, Bachelet, D., Neilson, R. P., and Drapek, R., Response of vegetation distribution, ecosystem productivity, and fire to climate change scenarios for California, Climatic Change, vol. 87, pp. 215–230, 2008.
J. M. Lenihan, Daly, C., Bachelet, D., and Neilson, R. P., Simulating broad-scale fire severity in a dynamic global vegetation model, Northwest Science, vol. 72, pp. 91–101, 1998.
J. M. Lenihan, Bachelet, D., Neilson, R. P., and Drapek, R., Simulated response of conterminous United States ecosystems to climate change at different levels of fire suppression, CO 2 emission rate, and growth response to CO 2, Global and Planetary Change, vol. 64, pp. 16–25, 2008.
J. M. Lenihan and Bachelet, D., Historical Climate and Suppression Effects on Simulated Fire and Carbon Dynamics in the Conterminous United States, Global Vegetation Dynamics: Concepts and Applications in the MC1 Model, pp. 17–30, 2015.
J. M. Lenihan, Drapek, R., Neilson, R., and Bachelet, D., Appendix IV: Climate Change Effects on Vegetation Distribution, Carbon Stocks, and Fire Regimes in California, Global Climate Change and California: Potential Implications for Ecosystems, Health, and the Economy. Draft Final Report. February, vol. 10, 2003.
J. M. Lenihan, Bachelet, D., Drapek, R., and Neilson, R. P., Simulating changes in fire occurrence, behavior, and effects in North America ecosystems under multiple future climate scenarios, in Sixth Symposium on Fire and Forest Meteorology, 2005.