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J. D. Osborne-Gowey, Mauger, G. S., Garcia, E., Tague, C., Ferschweiler, K., and Bachelet, D., Assessing the Skill of Hydrology Models at Simulating the Water Cycle in the HJ Andrews LTER: Assumptions, Strengths and Weaknesses, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2011.
J. E. Halofsky, Hemstrom, M. A., Conklin, D. R., Halofsky, J. S., Kerns, B. K., and Bachelet, D., Assessing potential climate change effects on vegetation using a linked model approach, Ecological modelling, vol. 266, pp. 131–143, 2013.
B. K. Kerns, Hemstrom, M. A., Conklin, D., Yospin, G. I., Johnson, B., Bachelet, D., and Bridgham, S., Approaches to incorporating climate change effects in state and transition simulation models of vegetation, 2012.
D. A. King, Bachelet, D., and Symstad, A. J., Application of MC1 to Wind Cave National Park: Lessons from a Small-Scale Study, Global Vegetation Dynamics: Concepts and Applications in the MC1 Model, vol. 213, p. 115, 2015.
Y. Hagimoto, Bachelet, D., and Cuenca, R. H., Application of DAYCENT to Access Long-Term Effect of a Water Resource Policy and Increasing Temperature on a Semi-Arid Pasture in South Central Oregon, in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2009.
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.
D. Bachelet, Barlow, N. D., Baumgärtner, J., Bio, A. M., Bleuten, W., Brugnach, M., Cook, F. J., Coquillard, P., Crain, B. R., de Gee, M., and , Andrews, PC 283, Ecological Modelling, vol. 109, p. 325, 1998.
M. S. Cross, Zavaleta, E. S., Bachelet, D., Brooks, M. L., Enquist, C. A. F., Fleishman, E., Graumlich, L. J., Groves, C. R., Hannah, L., Hansen, L., and , The Adaptation for Conservation Targets (ACT) framework: a tool for incorporating climate change into natural resource management, Environmental Management, vol. 50, pp. 341–351, 2012.

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