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External grants:

9. “MSB-FRA: The influence of biological diversity on land-atmosphere exchange in forests: confronting theory with data”, NSF, MacroSystems Biology, $1,244,070, 11/2016-10/2021 (Co-PI, PI Scott V. Ollinger, with Co-PIs Michael Palace and Bobby Braswell)

8. “Ecosystem carbon indicators for the U.S. National Climate Assessment”, NASA, Climate Indicators and Data Products for Future National Climate Assessments, $543,884, 2016-2019 (Principal Investigator, Co-I Alexander Prusevich)

7. “Incorporating a new urban dataset from SeaWinds into a multi-sensor analysis of global daytime and nighttime urban heat islands”, NASA, The Science of Terra and Aqua, $725,312, 2014-2017 (PI Steve Frolking, Co-Is Jingfeng Xiao, Annemarie Schneider, Mark Friedl)

6. “Exploring the interactions between carbon cycling, land use and climate change within mixed agricultural, forested, suburban, and urban landscapes”, NASA, Carbon Cycle Science, $1,144,441, 2014-2017, (Principal Investigator, Co-Is Changsheng Li, Alexandra R. Contosta, Ruth K. Varner, Junmei Tang)

5. "Exploring relationships among water use efficiency, canopy nitrogen and carbon cycling across North American ecosystems to improve land surface models", NASA, Terrestrial Ecology (TE), $780,205, 2012-2015 (PI Scott Ollinger, Co-Is Heidi Asbjornsen and Jingfeng Xiao)

4. "Using NASA Remote Sensing and Models to Advance Integrated Assessments of Coupled Human-Forest Dynamics for North America", NASA, Terrestrial Ecology (TE), subcontract from University of Maryland (PI George Hurtt), $85,000, 09/2010-08/2013 (with Steve Frolking)

3. "Assessing Ecosystem Carbon Dynamics over North America by Integrating Eddy Covariance, MODIS, and New Ecological Data through Upscaling and Model-data Synthesis", NSF, MacroSystems Biology, $517,685, 06/2011-05/2014 (Principal Investigator, Co-PI: Scott Ollinger)

2. "Providing Scientific and Technical Guidance to the Development and Evaluation of the Integrated Flux Pilot Product: Forcing Evaluation, Parameter Optimization, Uncertainty Assessment and Product Validation", NASA, Carbon Monitoring System (CMS), $74,999, 07/2011-01/2013 (Principal Investigator)

1. "Coupling carbon, water and nutrient cycles with data assimilation and multiple constraints", Department of Energy (DOE), National Institute for Climatic Change Research (NICCR), $249,397, 2009-2011 (Principal Investigator, Co-Is: Scott V. Ollinger, Andrew Richardson)