[58] Figueiredo, G. K. D. A., B. H. Higa, N. A. Brunsell, J. V. Rocha, and R. A. C. Lamparelli: 2015, Using correlation maps to assess soybean yield from EVI data in Parana state, Brazil. Scientia Agricola, in press. 

[57] Figueiredo, G. K. D. A., N. A. Brunsell,  J. V. Rocha, and R. A. C. Lamparelli: 2015, Using temporal stability to estimate soybean yield. A case study in Parana state, Brazil. International Journal of Remote Sensing, in press.

[56] Eck, D., M. Qin, D. Hirmas, D. Gimenez and N. A. Brunsell: 2015, Relating quantitative soil structure metrics to saturated hydraulic conductivity. Vadose Zone Journal,  doi:10.2136/vzj2015.05.0083, in press.

[55] Hu, L., A. J. Monaghan and N. A. Brunsell: 2015, Investigation of urban air temperature and humidity patterns during extreme heat conditions using satellite-derived data. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, in press.

[54] Wagle, P., X. Xiao, R. Scott, T. Kolb, D. Cook, N. A. Brunsell, D. Baldocchi, J. Basara, R. Matamala, Y. Zhou, and R. Bajgain: 2015, Bio- physical Controls on Carbon and Water Budgets across a Grassland Cli- matic Gradient in the United States. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, in press.


[53] Logan, K.E. and N. A. Brunsell: 2015, Influence of drought on growing season carbon and water cycling with changing land cover. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 213, 217-225.  

[52] Miller, L. M., N. A. Brunsell, D. B. Mechem, F. Gans, A. J. Monaghan, R. Vautard, D. W. Keith and A. Kleidon: 2015, Turbine-atmosphere interactions limits large scale wind power. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, doi:10.1073/pnas.1408251112.


[51] Cochran, F. V., N. A. Brunsell, A. Cabalzar, P-J van der Veld, E. Azevedo, R. A. Azevedo, R. A. Pedrosa, and L. Winegar: 2015, Indigenous ecological calendars define scales for climate change and sustainability assessments. Sustainability Science, doi:10.1007/s11625-015-0303-y.


[50] El Kenawy, A., J. I. Lopez-Moreno, M. F. McCabe, N. A. Brunsell, and S. M. Vicente-Serrano: 2015, Daily Temperature Changes and Variability in ENSEMBLES Regional Models Predictions: Evaluation and Intercomparison for the Ebro Valley (NE Iberia). Atmospheric Research, 155, 141-157


[49] Hu, L. and N. A. Brunsell: 2015, A new perspective to assess the urban heat island through remotely sensed atmospheric profiles. Remote Sensing of Environment, 158, 393-406.




[48] Brown, J. C., E. Hanley, J. Bergtold, M. Caldas, V. Barve, D. Peterson, R. Callihan, J. Gibson, B. Gray, N. Hendricks, N. Brunsell, K. Dobbs, D. Earnhart: 2014: Ethanol plant location and intensification vs. extensification of corn cropping in Kansas. Applied Geography, 53, 141-148.


[47] Monaghan, A. J., L. Hu, N. A. Brunsell, M. Barlage, and O. V. Wilhelmi: 2014, Evaluating the impact of urban morphology configurations on the accuracy of urban canopy model temperature simulations with MODIS. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 119, 6376-6392.


[46] Huber, D. B., D. B. Mechem and N. A. Brunsell: 2014, Effects of Great Plains irrigation on regional climate. Climate, doi: 10.3390/cli2020103, 2, 103-128.


[45] Hu, L. N. A. Brunsell, A. J. Monaghan, M. Barlage and O. V. Wilhelmi: 2014, How can we use MODIS land surface temperature to validate long-term urban model simulations? Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, 119, 3185-3201.


[44] Barve, N., C. Martin, N. A. Brunsell, and A. T. Peterson: 2014, Role of physiological optima in shaping the geographic distribution of Spanish moss. Global Ecology and Biogeography, doi:10.1111/geb.12150, 23, 633-645.


[43] Shi, Z., M. L. Thomey, W. Mowll, M. Litvak, N. A. Brunsell, S. L. Collins, W. T. Pockman, M. D. Smith, A. K. Knapp, and Y. Luo: 2014, Differential effects of extreme drought on production and respiration: Synthesis and modeling analysis. Biogeosciences, 11, 621-633.


[42] Brunsell, N. A., J. B. Nippert, and T. L. Buck: 2014, The impact of seasonality and surface heterogeneity on water use efficiency in mesic grasslands. Ecohydrology, doi:10.1002/eco.1455, 7, 1223-1233.


[41] Oleson, K. W., A. Monaghan, M. Barlage, N. Brunsell, J. Feddema, L. Hu, O. Wilhelmi, and D. F. Steinhoff: 2014, Interactions between urbanization, heat stress, and climate change. Climatic Change, doi:10.1007/s10584-013-0936-8, in press.




[40] Lin, P. and N. A. Brunsell: 2013, Assessing regional climate and local landcover impacts on vegetation with remote sensing. Remote Sensing, doi:10.3390/rs5094347, 5, 4347-4369.


[39] Brunsell, N. A. and C. J. Wilson: 2013, Multiscale interactions between water and carbon fluxes and environmental variables in a central US grassland. Entropy, doi:10.3390/e15041324, 15, 1324-1341.


[38] Hu, L., and N. A. Brunsell: 2013, The impact of temporal aggregation of land surface temperature data for surface urban heat island (SUHI) monitoring. Remote Sensing of Environment, 134, 162-174.


[37] Cochran, F. V., N. A. Brunsell and D. B. Mechem: 2013, Comparing surface and mid-troposphere CO2 concentrations from central U.S. grasslands. Entropy,15, 606-623.


[36] Ruddell, B. L., N. A. Brunsell and P. Stoy: 2013, Applying information theory to quantify process uncertainty, feedback, and scale in the Earth system. EoS, doi: 10.1002/2013EO050007, 94, 56.


[35] Brunsell, N. A. and L. Hu: 2013, The role of scale in determining surface energy fluxes from remote sensing. in Remote Sensing of Land Surface Turbulent Fluxes and Soil Surface Moisture Content: State of the Art, ed: G. Petropoulos, CRC Press, 283-300.


[34] Campbell, P. P. K., E. Middleton, K. J. Thome, R. F. Kokaly, K. F. Huemmrich, D. Lagomasino, K. Novik and N. A. Brunsell: 2013, EO-1 Hyperion reflectance time series at calibration and validation sites: Stability and sensitivity to seasonal dynamics. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, doi:10.1109/JSTARS.2013.2246139, 6, 276-290.


[33] El Kenawy, A., J. I. Lopez-Moreno, N. A. Brunsell and S. M. Vicente-Serrano: 2013, Anomalously severe cold nights and warm days in northeast Spain: their spatial variability, driving forces and future projections. Global and Planetary Change, 101, 12-32.




[32] Cochran, F. V. and N. A. Brunsell: 2012, Temporal scales of tropospheric CO2, precipitation, and ecosystem responses in central Great Plains. Remote Sensing of Environment, 127, 316-328.


[31] Wohl, E., A. Barros, N. Brunsell, N. Chappell, M. Coe, T. Giambelluca, S. Goldsmith, R. Harmon, J. Hendrickx, J. Juvik, J. McDonnell, and F. Ogden: 2012, The hydrology of the humid tropics. Nature Climate Change, doi:10.1038/NCLIMATE1556, 2, 655-662.


[30] Petrie, M. D. and N. A. Brunsell: 2012, The role of precipitation variability on the ecohydrology of grasslands. Ecohydrology, doi:10.1002/eco.224, 5, 337-345.


[29] Barve, N., A. J. Bonilla, J. Brandes, J. C. Brown, N. Brunsell, F. V. Cochran, R. Crosthwait, J. Gentry, L. M. Gerhart, T. Jackson, A. J. Kern, H. Owens, A. T. Peterson, A. S. Reed, J. Soberon, A. D. Sundberg, and L M. Williams: 2012, Climate-change causation of mass mortality events in overwintering monarch butterflies. Revista Mexicana de la Biodiversidad, 83, 817-824.


[28] Craine, J. M., J. B. Nippert, A. J. Elmore, A. M. Skibbe, S. L. Hutchinson and N. A. Brunsell: 2012, The timing of climate variability and grassland productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi:10.1073/pnas.1118438109, 109, 3401-3405.


[27] Petrie, M. D., N. A. Brunsell and J. B. Nippert: 2012, Climate change alters growing season flux dynamics in mesic grasslands. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 107, 427-440.




[26] Brunsell, N. A. and M. C. Anderson: 2011, Characterizing the multi--scale spatial structure of remotely sensed evapotranspiration with information theory. Biogeosciences, doi:10.5194/bg-8-2269-2011, 8, 2269-2280.


[25] Brunsell, N. A., J. M. Ham and K. A. Arnold: 2011, Validating remotely sensed land surface fluxes in heterogeneous terrain with large aperture scintillometry. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 32, 6295-6314.


[24] Brunsell, N. A., S. Schymanski and A. Kleidon: 2011, Quantifying the thermodynamic entropy budget of the land surface: is this useful? Earth System Dynamics, doi:10.5194/esd-2-87-2011, 2, 87-103.


[23] Brunsell, N. A., D. B. Mechem and M. C. Anderson: 2011, Surface heterogeneity impacts on boundary layer dynamics via energy balance partitioning. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, doi:10.5194/acp-11-1-2011, 11, 3403-3416.


[22] Nippert, J. B., T. Ocheltree, A. Skibbe, L. Kangas, J. M. Ham, K. Arnold, and N. A. Brunsell: 2011, Scaling above-ground growth by landscape position in mesic grassland. Oecologia, doi:10.1007/s00442-011-1948-6, 1-12.




[21] Brunsell, N. A.: 2010, A multiscale information theory approach to assess spatial-temporal variability of daily precipitation. Journal of Hydrology, doi:j.jhydrol.2010.02.016, 385, 165-172.


[20] Brunsell, N. A., A. R. Jones, T. L. Jackson and J. J. Feddema: 2010, Seasonal trends in air temperature and precipitation in IPCC AR4 GCM output for Kansas, USA: evaluation and implications. International Journal of Climatology, doi:10.1002/joc.1958, 30, 1178-1193.


[19] Logan, K., N. A. Brunsell, A. R. Jones and J. J. Feddema: 2010, Assessing spatiotemporal variability of drought in the U. S. Central Plains. Journal of Arid Environments, 74, 247-255, doi:10.1016/j.jaridenv.2009.08.008.




[18] Brunsell, N. A., P. P. B. Pontes, and R. A. C. Lamparelli: 2009, Remotely sensed phenology of coffee and its relationship to yield. GIScience & Remote Sensing, 46, doi:10.2747/1548-1603.46.3.1, 289-304.


[17] Jones, A. R. and N. A. Brunsell: 2009, A scaling analysis of soil moisture-precipitation interactions in a regional climate model. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 98, doi:10.1007/s00704-009-0109-x, 221-235.


[16] Jones, A. R. and N. A. Brunsell: 2009, Energy balance partitioning and net radiation as controls on soil moisture-precipitation feedbacks. Earth Interactions, 13, doi: 10.1175/2009EI270.1, 1-25.




[15] Baum, K. A., J. M. Ham, N. A. Brunsell, and P. I. Coyne: 2008, Surface boundary layer of cattle feedlots: implications for emission measurement. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 148, 1882-1893.


[14] Lash, R. R., N. A. Brunsell and A. T. Peterson: 2008, Spatiotemporal environmental triggers to Ebola and Marburg virus transmission. GeoCarto International, 23, 451-466.


[13] Brunsell, N. A., J. M. Ham and C. E. Owensby: 2008, Assessing the multi-resolution information content of remotely sensed variables and elevation for evapotranspiration in a tall-grass prairie environment. Remote Sensing of Environment, 112, 2977-2987.


[12] Lyon, S., F. Dominguez, D. Gochis, N. Brunsell, C. Castro, F. Chow, D. Fuka, Y. Hong, P. Kucera, S. Nesbitt, Y. Fan, N. Salzmann, J. Schmidli, P. Snyder, A. Teuling, T. Twine, G. Lee, S. Levis, J. Lundquist, G. Salvucci, A. Sealy, T. Walter: 2008, Coupling terrestrial and atmospheric water dynamics to improve prediction in a changing environment. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 89, 1275-1279.


[11] Young, C. B. and N. A. Brunsell: 2008, Evaluating NEXRAD precipitation estimates for the Missouri River Basin: an analysis using daily raingage data. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 13, 549-553.


[10] Brunsell, N. A. and C. B. Young: 2008, Land surface response to precipitation events using MODIS and NEXRAD data, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 29, 1965-1982.




[9] Brunsell, N. A.: 2006, Characterization of land-surface precipitation feedback regimes with remote sensing. Remote Sensing of Environment, 100, 200-211.




[-] French, A. N., F. Jacob, M. C. Anderson, W. P. Kustas, W. Timmermans, A. Gieske, B. Su, H. Su, M. F. McCabe, F. Li, J. Prueger, and N. Brunsell: 2005, Erratum: surface energy fluxes with the Advanced Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) at the Iowa SMACEX site (USA). Remote Sensing of Environment, 99, 471.


[8] French, A. N., F. Jacob, M. C. Anderson, W. P. Kustas, W. Timmermans, A. Gieske, B. Su, H. Su, M. F. McCabe, F. Li, J. Prueger, and N. Brunsell: 2005, Surface energy fluxes with the Advanced Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) at the Iowa SMACEX site (USA). Remote Sensing of Environment, 99, 55-65.




[7] White, M.A., N. Brunsell, and M.D. Schwartz: 2004, Vegetation phenology in global change studies. in Phenology: An Integrative Environmental Science . M.D. Schwartz, editor. Kluwer Academic Publishers, New York, NY. 453-466.


[6] Brunsell, N. A. and R. R. Gillies: 2003, Length scale analysis of surface energy fluxes derived from remote sensing. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 4, 1212-1219.


[5] Brunsell, N. A. and R. R. Gillies: 2003, Determination of scaling characteristics of AVHRR data with wavelets: Application to SGP97, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 24, 14, 2945-2957.


[4] Brunsell, N. A. and R. R. Gillies: 2003, Scale issues in land-atmosphere interactions: implications for the remote sensing of the surface energy balance, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 117, 3-4, 203-221.


[3] Brunsell, N. A. and R. R. Gillies: 2002, Incorporation of surface emissivity into a thermal atmospheric correction, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 68, 12, 1263-1269.


[2] Brunsell, N. and Gillies, R.: 2001, The effect of emissivity on evaporation, in Remote Sensing and Hydrology 2000: Proceedings of a Symposium Held at Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 2000 . eds: M. Owe, K. Brubaker, J. Ritchie and A. Rango, 267, 276-280.


[1] Menking, K. M., R. Y. Anderson, N. A. Brunsell, B. D. Allen, A. L. Ellwein, T. A. Loveland and S. W. Hostetler: 2000, Evaporation from groundwater discharge playas, Estancia Basin, central New Mexico. Global and Planetary Change, 25, 133-147.

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