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Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Bibliography of Selected Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications from USGS International Work." National Research Council. 2012. International Science in the National Interest at the U.S. Geological Survey. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13302.
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APPENDIX E

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Bibliography of Selected Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications from USGS International Work

This appendix provides a selected bibliography of peer-reviewed scientific publications about international work authored or co-authored by USGS scientists. Drawn from a total international publication list of nearly 300 going back to 1980, these examples illustrate the wide range of international science work performed by the USGS over many years. Although a number of these references predate the USGS reorganization in 2010, we have, for convenience, attempted to organize the publications by mission area, although the cross-disciplinary nature of many of the publications is also evident.

CLIMATE CHANGE

Angal, A., G. Chander, X. Xiong, T.Y. Choi, and A. Wu. 2011. Characterization of the Sonoran desert as a radiometric calibration target for Earth observing sensors. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 5(1).

Bwangoy, J.R.B., M.C. Hansen, D.P. Roy, G.D. Grandi, and C.O. Justice. 2010. Wetland mapping in the Congo Basin using optical and radar remotely sensed data and derived topographical indices. Remote Sensing of Environment 114(1).

Raup, B., A. Kääb, J.S. Kargel, M.P. Bishop, G. Hamilton, E. Lee, F. Paul, F. Rau, D. Soltesz, S. J.S. Khalsa, M. Beedle, and C. Helm. 2007. Remote sensing and GIS technology in the Global Land Ice Measurements from Space (GLIMS) Project. Computers and Geosciences 33(1): 104-125.

Tang, X., S. Liu, and G.Y. Zhou. 2010. Erosion and vegetation restoration impacts on ecosystem carbon dynamics in South China. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74(1).

Tappan, G.G., and M. McGahuey. 2007. Tracking environmental dynamics and agricultural intensification in southern Mali. Agricultural Systems 94(1).

Williams, A.P., C.C. Funk, J. Michaelsen, S.A. Rauscher, I. Robertson, T.H.G. Wils, M.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Bibliography of Selected Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications from USGS International Work." National Research Council. 2012. International Science in the National Interest at the U.S. Geological Survey. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13302.
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Koprowski, Z. Eshetu, and N.J. Loader. 2011. Recent summer precipitation trends in the Greater Horn of Africa and the emerging role of Indian Ocean sea surface temperature. Climate Dynamics. DOI: 10.1007/s00382-011-1222-y.

CORE SCIENCE SYSTEMS

Belchansky, G.I., D.C. Douglas, I.N. Mordvintsev, and N.G. Platonov. 2004. Estimating the time of melt onset and freeze onset over Arctic sea-ice area using active and passive microwave data. Remote Sensing of Environment 92(1): 21-39.

Cappelle, J., S.A. Iverson, J.Y. Takekawa, S.H. Newman, T. Dodman, and N. Gaidet. 2011. Implementing telemetry on new species in remote areas: Recommendations from a large-scale satellite tracking study of African waterfowl. Ostrich 82(1): 17-26.

Frigeri, A., T. Hare, M. Neteler, A. Coradini, C. Federico, and R. Orosei. 2011. A working environment for digital planetary data processing and mapping using ISIS and GRASS GIS. Planetary and Space Science 59(11-12): 1265-1272.

Loveland, T.R., B.C. Reed, J.F. Brown, D.O. Ohlen, Z. Zhu, L. Yang, and J.W. Merchant. 2000. Development of a global land cover characteristics database and IGBP DISCover from 1 km AVHRR data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 21(6-7): 1303-1330.

ECOSYSTEMS

Broich, M., S.V. Stehman, M.C. Hansen, P.V. Potapov, and Y.E. Shimabukuro. 2009. A comparison of sampling designs for estimating deforestation from Landsat imagery—A case study of the Brazilian Legal Amazon. Remote Sensing of Environment 113(11).

Fornwall, M., and L. Loope. 2004. Toward a comprehensive information system to assist invasive species management in Hawaii and Pacific Islands. Weed Science 52(5): 854-856.

Garrison, V.H., W.T. Foreman, S. Genualdi, D.W. Griffin, C.A. Kellogg, M.S. Majewski, A. Mohammed, A. Ramsubhag, E.A. Shinn, S.L. Simonich, and G.W. Smith. 2006. Saharan dust—A carrier of persistent organic pollutants, metals and microbes to the Caribbean? Revista de Biologia Tropical 54(SUPPL. 3): 9-21.

Ibáñez, R., R. Condit, G. Angehr, S. Aguilar, T. García, R. Martínez, A. Sanjur, R. Stallard, S.J. Wright, A.S. Rand, and S. Heckadon. 2002. An ecosystem report on the Panama Canal: Monitoring the status of the forest communities and the watershed. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 80(1): 65-95.

Kellogg, C.A., D.W. Griffin, V.H. Garrison, K.K. Peak, N. Royall, R.R. Smith, and E.A.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Bibliography of Selected Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications from USGS International Work." National Research Council. 2012. International Science in the National Interest at the U.S. Geological Survey. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13302.
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Shinn. 2004. Characterization of aerosolized bacteria and fungi from desert dust events in Mali, West Africa. Aerobiologia 20(2): 99-110.

McDougall, K.L., A.A. Khuroo, L.L. Loope, C.G. Parks, A. Pauchard, Z.A. Reshi, I. Rushworth, and C. Kueffer. 2011. Plant invasions in mountains: Global lessons for better management. Mountain Research and Development 31(4): 380-387.

Ribeiro Guevara, S., S.P. Catán, and M. Marvin-DiPasquale. 2009. Benthic methylmercury production in lacustrine ecosystems of Nahuel Huapi National Park, Patagonia, Argentina. Chemosphere 77(4): 471-477.

ENERGY AND MINERALS

Cox, D.P. 1993. Estimation of undiscovered deposits in quantitative mineral resource assessments—examples from Venezuela and Puerto Rico. Natural Resources Research 2(2): 82-91.

Drew, L.J., M. Qingrun and S. Weijun. 1990. The Bayan Obo iron-rare-earth-niobium deposits, Inner Mongolia, China. LITHOS 26(1-2): 43-65.

Gautier, D.L., L. Stemmerik, F.G. Christiansen, K. Sørensen, T. Bidstrup, J.A. Bojesen-Koefoed, K.J. Bird, R.R. Charpentier, D.W. Houseknecht, T.R. Klett, C.J. Schenk, and M.E. Tennyson. 2011. Assessment of NE Greenland: prototype for development of Circum-Arctic Resource Appraisal methodology. In Arctic Petroleum Geology, eds. A.M. Spencer, A.F. Embry, D.L. Gautier, A. Stoupakova, and K. Sørensen, The Geological Society of London, England, UK.

Gautier, D.L., K.J. Bird, R.R. Charpentier, A. Grantz, D.W. Houseknecht, T.R. Klett, T.E. Moore, J.K. Pitman, C.J. Schenk, J.H. Schuenemeyer, K. Sørensen, M.E. Tennyson, Z.C. Valin, and C.J. Wandrey. 2011. Oil and gas resource potential north of the Arctic Circle. In Arctic Petroleum Geology, eds. A.M. Spencer, A.F. Embry, D.L. Gautier, A. Stoupakova, and K. Sørensen, The Geological Society of London, England, UK.

Kolker, A., B.S. Panov, Y.B. Panov, E.R. Landa, K.M. Conko, V.A. Korchemagin, T. Shendrik, and J.D. McCord. 2009. Mercury and trace element contents of Donbas coals and associated mine water in the vicinity of Donetsk, Ukraine. International Journal of Coal Geology 79(3): 83-91.

Menzie, W.D. 1997. Minerals, national security, and foreign policy. Nonrenewable Resources 6(4): 239-242.

Michalski, G., J.K. Böhlke, and M. Thiemens. 2004. Long term atmospheric deposition as the source of nitrate and other salts in the Atacama Desert, Chile: New evidence from mass-independent oxygen isotopic compositions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68(20): 4023-4038.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Bibliography of Selected Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications from USGS International Work." National Research Council. 2012. International Science in the National Interest at the U.S. Geological Survey. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13302.
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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Gorski, P.R., D.E. Armstrong, J.P. Hurley, and D.P. Krabbenhoft. 2008. Influence of natural dissolved organic carbon on the bioavailability of mercury to a freshwater alga. Environmental Pollution 154(1): 116-123.

Graydon, J.A., V.L. St. Louis, H. Hintelmann, S.E. Lindberg, K.A. Sandilands, J.W.M. Rudd, C.A. Kelly, M.T. Tate, D.P. Krabbenhoft, and I. Lehnherr. 2009. Investigation of uptake and retention of atmospheric Hg(II) by boreal forest plants using stable Hg isotopes. Environmental Science & Technology 43(13): 4960-4966.

Landa, E.R., D. M. Beals, J.E. Halverson, R.L. Michel and G.R. Cefus. 1999. Tritium and plutonium in waters from the Bering and Chukchi Seas. Health Physics 77(6): 668-676.

Wankel, S.D., Y. Chen, C. Kendall, A.F. Post and A. Paytan. 2010. Sources of aerosol nitrate to the Gulf of Aqaba: Evidence from δ15N and δ18O of nitrate and trace metal chemistry. Marine Chemistry 120(1-4): 90-99.

NATURAL HAZARDS

Love, J. J. 2011. Secular trends in storm-level geomagnetic activity. Annales Geophysicae 29(2): 251-262.

Numata, I., M.A. Cochrane, and L.S. Galvao. 2011. Analyzing the impacts of frequency and severity of forest fire on the recovery of disturbed forest using Landsat time series and EO-1 Hyperion in the southern Brazilian Amazon. Earth Interactions 15(13).

Salciarini, D., J.W. Godt, W.Z. Savage, P. Conversini, R.L. Baum, and J.A. Michael. 2006. Modeling regional initiation of rainfall-induced shallow landslides in the eastern Umbria Region of central Italy. Landslides 3(3): 181-194.

Wang, G., A. Suemine, and W.H. Schulz. 2010. Shear-rate-dependent strength control on the dynamics of rainfall-triggered landslides, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35(4): 407-416.

WATER

Emmett, R., R. Llanso, J. Newton, R. Thom, M. Hornberger, C. Morgan, C. Levings, A. Copping, and P. Fishman. 2000. Geographic Signatures of North American West Coast Estuaries. Estuaries 23(6): 765-792.

Gooseff, M.N., D.M. McKnight, and R.L. Runkel. 2004. Reach-scale cation exchange controls on major ion chemistry of an Antarctic glacial meltwater stream. Aquatic Geochemistry 10(3-4): 221-238.

Koh, D.-C., L.N. Plummer, E. Busenberg, and Y. Kim. 2007. Evidence for terrigenic SF6

Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Bibliography of Selected Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications from USGS International Work." National Research Council. 2012. International Science in the National Interest at the U.S. Geological Survey. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13302.
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in groundwater from basaltic aquifers, Jeju Island, Korea: Implications for groundwater dating. Journal of Hydrology 339(1-2): 93-104.

Senay, G.B., K.O. Asante, and G.A. Artan. 2009. Water balance dynamics in the Nile Basin. Hydrological Processes 23(26).

Stute, M., J. Deák, K. Révész, J.K. Böhlke, E. Deseö, R. Weppernig, and P. Schlosser. 1997. Tritium/3He Dating of River Infiltration: An Example from the Danube in the Szigetköz Area, Hungary. Ground Water 35(5): 905-911.

Verdin, K.L., and J.P. Verdin. 1999. A topological system for delineation and codification of the Earth’s river basins. Journal of Hydrology 218(1-2).

Suggested Citation:"Appendix E: Bibliography of Selected Peer-Reviewed Scientific Publications from USGS International Work." National Research Council. 2012. International Science in the National Interest at the U.S. Geological Survey. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13302.
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