Technical Reports

Schimel, J. and S. Moore. 2005. Session Summary: Biological Feedbacks. In.: Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH). Proceedings of the SEARCH Open Science Meeting, 27-30 October 2003. Arctic Consortium of the US (ARCUS). Fairbanks, AK.

Water: Challenges at the Intersection of Human and Natural Systems. 2005. NSF/DOE. J. Futrell, R. Gephart, E. Kabat-Lensch, D. McKnight, A. Pyrtle, J. Schimel, R. Smyth, D. Skole, J. Wilson.

Complex Environmental Systems: Pathways to the Future. 2005. NSF Advisory Committee for Environmental Research and Education.

PACTS (Pan-Arctic Cycles, Transitions, and Sustainability): A Science Plan. 2003. M. Sturm, F.S. Chapin III, M.E. Edwards, D.B. Griffith, H.P. Huntington, G.P. Kofinas, A.H. Lloyd, A.H. Lynch, B.J. Peterson, R.A. Pielke Sr., J.P. Schimel. M.C. Serreze, and G.R. Shaver. Report to the National Science Foundation. Published by the Land-Atmosphere-Ice Interactions Science Management Office.

Linking Ecological Biology & Geoscience: Challenges for terrestrial environmental science. 2002. Report to the National Science Foundation.

The Future of an Arctic Resource. 1999. Published by ARCUS. Participant in workshop and report writing.

Toolik Field Station: The second 20 years. Published by ARCUS. Organizing committee member, and a lead author on the report.

Wagener, M.W. and J.P. Schimel. 1995. The production of greenhouse gases in academic seminars. Published on the World Wide Web as part of the First International Virtual Conference on Mad Science. (IVCMS ‘96) http://www.ftech.net/~madsite/. Note: the data are real.

Reeburgh, W., P. Crill, D. Funk, K. Nadelhoffer, K. Peterson, J. Schimel, and B. Whitman. 1994. Radiatively important trace gases in high latitude systems. Report to EPA Global Change Program. 23 pp.

Schimel, J.P., H. Maier, L. Moilanen. 1991. Coastal Habitat Injury Assessment: Supratidal. Technical Report (confidential), part of Status Report for the Exxon Valdez Comprehensive Damage Assessment Program.

Tiedje, J.M., S.A. Boyd, J.F. Quensen, and J. Schimel. 1989. Reductive dechlorination of PCBs by anaerobic microorganisms. Chapter 5 in General Electric Company Research and development program for the destruction of PCBs, 8th progress report.