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Book Chapter
C. Daly, Taylor, G. H., Hannaway, D. B., and Fribourg, H. A., Chapter 3: Climate and Agro-ecological Zones, in Country pasture/forage resource profile for the United States of America., 2011.
D. B. Hannaway, Japhet, K., Daly, C., and Chapman, D., GIS-Based Forage Species Suitability Mapping, in Proc. of Victoria and New South Wales Grasslands Conference, 2003.
Journal Article
C. Daly, Bachelet, D., Lenihan, J. M., Neilson, R. P., Parton, W., and Ojima, D. S., Dynamic simulation of tree–grass interactions for global change studies, Ecological applications, vol. 10, pp. 449–469, 2000.
C. Daly, Halbleib, M. D., Hannaway, D. B., and Eaton, L. M., Environmental Limitation Mapping of Potential Biomass Resources across the Conterminous United States, Global Change Biology: Bioenergy, pp. 1-18, 2018.
D. Bachelet, Lenihan, J. M., Daly, C., and Neilson, R. P., Interactions between fire, grazing and climate change at Wind Cave National Park, SD, Ecological Modelling, vol. 134, pp. 229–244, 2000.
D. Bachelet, Lenihan, J. M., Daly, C., Neilson, R. P., Ojima, D. S., and Parton, W. J., MC1: a dynamic vegetation model for estimating the distribution of vegetation and associated ecosystem fluxes of carbon, nutrients, and water, Pacific Northwest Station General Technical Report PNW-GTR-508, 2001.
D. Bachelet, Lenihan, J. M., Daly, C., Neilson, R. P., Ojima, D. S., and Parton, W. J., MC1: a dynamic vegetation model for estimating the distribution of vegetation and associated carbon, nutrients, and water—technical documentation. Version 1.0., 2001.
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.
T. G. F. Kittel, Rosenbloom, N. A., J Royle, A., Daly, C., Gibson, W. P., Fisher, H. H., Thornton, P., Yates, D. N., Aulenbach, S., Kaufman, C., and , VEMAP phase 2 bioclimatic database. I. Gridded historical (20th century) climate for modeling ecosystem dynamics across the conterminous USA, 2004.