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Puche NJB, Kirschbaum MUF, Rutledge S, Schipper LA, Mudge PL, Wall AM, Campbell DI, Hedley, MJ (2019). Detailed gas-exchange modelling of a grazed New Zealand dairy pasture with critical assessment of the standard eddy-covariance gap-filling algorithm. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (Submitted). Abstract.

Giltrap DL, Kirschbaum MUF, Laubach J, Hunt JE (2019). Modelling the effects of irrigation on carbon and water balances in an irrigated grazed pasture system in New Zealand Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (Submitted). Abstract.

Puche NJB, Senapati N, Flechard CR, Klumpp K, Kirschbaum MUF, Chabbi A (2019). Modelling carbon and water fluxes of managed grasslands: comparing flux variability and net carbon budgets between grazed and mowed systems. Agronomy 9: Article #183. Abstract or Full text

Ehrhardt F, Soussana J-F, Bellocchi G, Grace P, McAuliffe R, Recous S, Sándor R, Smith P, Snow V, Migliorati MDA, Basso B, Bhatia A, Brilli L, Doltra J, Dorich CD, Doro L, Fitton N, Giacomini SJ, Grant B, Harrison MT, Jones SK, Kirschbaum MUF, Klumpp K, Laville P, Léonard J, Liebig M, Lieffering M, Martin R, Laville P, Massad RS, Meier E, Merbold L, Moore AM, Myrgiotis V, Newton P, Pattey E, Rolinski, S, Sharp J, Smith WN, Wu L, Zhang Q (2018). Assessing uncertainties in crop and pasture ensemble model simulations of productivity and N2O emissions. Global Change Biology 24: e603–e616. Abstract.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Schipper, L.A., Mudge, P.L., Rutledge, S., Puche, N.J.B., Campbell, D.I. (2017). The trade-offs between milk production and soil organic carbon storage in dairy systems under different management and environmental factors. Science of the Total Environment 577: 273-286. Abstract or Full text

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Rutledge, S., Kuijper, I.A., Mudge, P.L., Puche, N., Wall, A.M., Roach, C.G., Schipper, L.A., Campbell, D.I. (2015). Modelling carbon and water exchange of a grazed pasture in New Zealand constrained by eddy covariance measurements. Science of the Total Environment 512-513: 273-286. Abstract or Full text

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Watt, M.S. (2011). Use of a process-based model to describe spatial variation in Pinus radiata productivity in New Zealand. Forest Ecology and Management 262: 1008-1019. Abstract

Watt, M.S., Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (2011). Moving beyond simple linear allometric relationships between tree height and diameter. Ecological Modelling 222: 3910-3916. Abstract

van Gorsel, E., Leuning, R., Cleugh, H.A., Keith, H., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Suni, T. (2008). Estimating net ecosystem exchange in moderately complex topography. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148: 1174-1180.  Abstract

Simioni, G., Ritson, P., McGrath, J., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Copeland, B., Dumbrell, I. (2008). Predicting wood production and carbon sequestration of Pinus radiata plantations in south-western Australia: application of a process-based model. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 901-912. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Keith, H., Leuning, R., Cleugh, H.A., Jacobsen, K.L., van Gorsel, E., Raison, R.J. (2007). Modelling net ecosystem carbon and water exchange of a temperate Eucalyptus delegatensis forest using multiple constraints. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 145: 48-68 Abstract

Roxburgh, S.H., Barrett, D.J., Berry, S.L., Carter, J.O., Davies, I.D., Gifford, R.M., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., McBeth, B.P., Noble, I.R., Parton, W.G., Raupach, M.R. and Roderick, M.L. (2004). A critical overview of model estimates of net primary productivity for the Australian continent. Functional Plant Biology 31: 1043-1059. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Simioni, G., Medlyn, B.E. and McMurtrie, R.E. (2003). On the importance of including soil nutrient feed-back effects for predicting ecosystem carbon exchange. Functional Plant Biology 30: 223-237. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (2001): The control of ecosystem carbon dynamics by the linkages between above and below-ground processes. In: Net Ecosystem Exchange. (Kirschbaum, M.U.F. and Mueller, R., eds.), Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Accounting, Canberra, pp. 82-88. Available in PDF format (111K)

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Carter, J.O., Grace, P.R., Keating, B.A., Keenan, R.J., Landsberg, J.J., McKeon, G.M., Moore, A.D., Paul, K.I., Pepper, D.A., Probert, M.E., Richards, G.P. Sands, P.J. and Skjemstad, J.O. (2001). Brief model description of several models for modelling net ecosystem exchange for Australia. In: Net Ecosystem Exchange. (Kirschbaum, M.U.F. and Mueller, R., eds.), Cooperative Research Centre for Greenhouse Accounting, Canberra, pp. 8-29. Available in PDF format (1.8 Mb)

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (2000). CenW: a generic forest growth model. New Zealand Journal of Forestry 45: 15-19. Abstract

Snowdon, P., Eamus, D., Gibbons, P., Khanna, P., Keith, H., Raison, J. and Kirschbaum, M. (2000): Synthesis of allometrics, review of root biomass and design of future woody biomass sampling strategies. National Carbon Accounting System Technical Report No. 17, Australian Greenhouse Office, 113 pp.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1999). CenW, a forest growth model with linked carbon, energy, nutrient and water cycles. Ecological Modelling 181: 17-59. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1996): The carbon sequestration potential of tree plantations in Australia. In: Environmental Management: the Role of Eucalypts and Other Fast Growing Species (Eldridge, K.G., Crowe, M.P. and Old, K.M., eds.),  CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products, Canberra, pp. 77-89.

Sands, P.J., Cromer, R.N. & Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1992): A model of nutrient response in Eucalyptus grandis seedlings. Australian Journal of Plant Physiology 19: 459-470.

McMurtrie, R.E., Comins, H.N., Kirschbaum, M.U.F. & Wang, Y.-P. (1992). Modifying existing forest growth models to take account of effects of elevated CO2. Australian Journal of Botany 40: 657-677.

Cromer, R.N., Sands, P. & Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1991). A model of nutrient response in Eucalyptus grandis seedlings. In Intensive Forestry: The Role of Eucalypts (Schönau, A.P.G., ed.). Proc. IUFRO Symposium, Durban, South Africa, 2‑6 Sept 1991, Vol. 2, pp. 622-634.

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