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This list only includes publications that were written, published and/or edited directly by the GAIM Office. It does not include the 185+ papers resulting from GAIM research published by GAIM Task Force Members in the peer-reviewed literature. Although the latter constitute the bulk of GAIM output, and would not have been possible without GAIM, the GAIM Office did not produce them directly, so they are not claimed on this list.

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Special Journal Editions:

Cramer, W., and Field, C.B. (eds.) (1999) The Potsdam NPP Model Intercomparison. Global Change Biology,Vol. 5 (Suppl. 1): 76pp.
Bondeau, A, D., W. Kicklighter, J. Kaduk, and the participants of the Potsdam NPP Model Intercomparison, Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP): importance of water availability, Global Change Biology, 5 (Suppl. 1): 35-45, 1999.

Churkina, G, S., W. Running, A. L. Schloss and the participants of the Potsdam NPP Model Intercomparison, Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP): the importance of water availability, Global Change Biology, 5 (Suppl. 1): 46-55, 1999.

Cramer, W., and C. B. Field, Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP): Introduction, Global Change Biology, 5 (Suppl. 1): iii, 1999.

Cramer, W., D. W. Kicklighter, A. Bondeau, B. Moore III, G. Churkina, B. Nemry, A. Ruimy, A. L. Schloss and the participants of the Potsdam NPP Model Intercomparison, Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP): overview and key results, Global Change Biology, 5 (Suppl. 1): 1-15, 1999.

Kicklighter, D. W., A. Bondeau, A. L. Schloss, J. Kaduk, A. D. McGuire and the participants of the Potsdam NPP Model Intercomparison, Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP):global pattern and differentiation by major biomes, Global Change Biology, 5 (Suppl. 1):16-24, 1999.

Nemry, B., L. Francois, J.-C. Gérard, A. Bondeau, M. Heimann and the participants of the Potsdam NPP Model Intercomparison, Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP): analysis of the seasonal atmospheric CO2 signal, Global Change Biology, 5 (Suppl. 1): 65-76, 1999.

Ruimy, A. L., Kergoat, A. Bondeau and the participants of the Potsdam NPP Model Intercomparison, Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP): analysis of differences in light absorption and light-use efficiency, Global Change Biology, 5 (Suppl. 1): 56-64, 1999.

Schloss, A. L., D. W. Kicklighter, J. Kaduk, U. Wittenberg and the participants of the Potsdam NPP Model Intercomparison, Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP): comparison of NPP to climate and the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, Global Change Biology, 5 (Suppl. 1): 25-34, 1999.

*Henderson-Sellers, A. (ed) (1996) Soil Moisture Simulation, Global and Planetary Change, Vol. 13: Nos. 1-4
Boone, A, and P.J. Wetzel, Issues related to low resolution modeling of soil moisture: experience with the PLACE model, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 161-181.

Desborough, C.E., Pitman, AJ, and P. Irannejad, Analysis of the relationsheip between bare soil evaporation and soil moisture simulated by 13 land surface schemes for a simple non-vegetated site, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 47-56.

Henderson-Sellers A., Soil Moisture Simulation - Selected Papers From the RICE and PILPS Moisture Workshop Held at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia In November, 1994. Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4:1-2.

Henderson-Sellers A. Soil Moisture - A Critical Focus For Global Change Studies. Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4:3-9.

Henderson-Sellers A. Soil Moisture Simulation - Achievements of The RICE And PILPS Intercomparison Workshop And Future Directions. Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4:99-115.

Liang, X, E.F. Wood, and D. P. Lettenmaier. Surface soil moisture parameterization of the VIC-2L model: Evaluation and modification. 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 195-206.

Mahfouf, J-F, C. Ciret, A. Ducharne, P. Irrannejad, J. Noilhan, Y. Shao, P. Thornton, Y. Xue, and Z-L Yang, Analysis of transpiration results from the RICE and PILPS Workshop, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 73-88.

Mihalilovic, D. T. Description of a land-air parameterization scheme (LAPS). 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 207-216.

Noilhan, J. and J-F Mahfouf, The ISBA land surface parameterisation scheme, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 145-159.

Parton, W.J, A. Haxeltine, P. Thornton, R. Anne, and M. Hartman, Ecosystem sensitivity to land-surface models and leaf area index, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 89-98.

Pitman, A.J. and C.E. Desborough, Brief description of bare essentials of surface transfer and results from simulations with the HAPEX_MOBILHY data, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 135-143.

Polcher, J. and Y. Shao. A standard format for reporting PILPS experiments. 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 217-223.

Shao, Y, and A. Henderson-Sellers, Validation of soil moisture simulation in landsurface parameterisation schemes with HAPEX data, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 11-46.

Wetzel, P.J., Liang, X, Irannejad, P, A. Boone, J. Noilhan, Y. Shao, C. Skelly, Y. Xue, and Z.L. Yang, Modeling vadose zone liquid water fluxes: Infiltration, runoff, drainage, interflow, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 57-71.

Xue, Y, F.J. Zeng and C.A. Schlosser, SSiB and its sensitivity to soil properties-a case study using HAPEZ-Mobilhy data, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 183-193.

Yang, ZL, and R. E., Dickinson, Description of the Biosphere-Atmosphere Transfer Scheme (BATS) for the Soil Moisture Workshop and evaluation of its performance, Global And Planetary Change, 1996 Jun, V13 N1-4: 117-133


Sahagian, D.L. (ed.) (2001) Global physical effects of anthropogenic hydrological alterations: sea level and water redistribution. Global and Planetary Change. Change, 32, 88pp.
Chen, J. L., C. R. Wilson, B. D. Tapley, D. P. Chambers, and T. Pekker (2001) Hydrological impacts on seasonal sea level change. Global and Planetary Change. 32, 25-32.

Gornitz, V., S. Crouch, and E.K. Hartig (2001) Impacts of sea level rise in the New York City metropolitan area. Global and Planetary Change. 32, 61-88.

Harvey, N. T. Belperio, B. Bourman, and B. Mitchell (2001) Geologic, isostatic and anthropogenic signals affecting sea-level records at tide-gauge sites in southern Australia. Global and Planetary Change. 32, 1-12

Mason, O. K., and J. W. Jordan (2001) Minimal late Holocene sea level rise in the Chukchi Sea: Arctic insensitivity to global change? Global and Planetary Change. 32, 13-24

Sahagian, D.L. and S. Zerbini (2001) Introduction to special issue of Global and Planetary Change: Global physical effects of anthropogenic hydrological alterations: sea level and water redistribution. Global and Planetary Change, 32, vi-viii.

Stanev, E. V., and E. L. Peneva (2001) Regional sea level response to global climatic change: Black Sea examples. Global and Planetary Change. 32, 33-48.

Thomson, D. M., G. P. Shaffer, J. A. McCorquodale (2001)A potential interaction between sea-level rise and global warming: implications for coastal stability on the Mississippi River deltaic plain. Global and Planetary Change. 32, 49-60.


Sahagian, D. L. and Moore III, B. (orgs.) (1996) Global Analysis, Interpretation and Modelling - Toward the integration of global biogeochemical systems. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. Vol. 10 (No. 4): 162pp.
Gruber, N., J. L. Sarmiento, and T. F. Stocker, An improved method for detecting anthropogenic CO2 in the oceans, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 809-837, 1996.

Haxeltine, A., and C. Prentice, BIOME3: An equilibrium terrestrial biosphere model based on ecophysiological constraints, resource availability, and competition among plant functional types, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 693-710, 1996.

Kinderman, J., Würth, Kohlmaier, G. H., and F.-W. Badeck, Interannual variation of carbon exchange fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 677-692, 1996.

Landmann, G., A. Reimer, and S. Kempe, Climatically induced lake level changes at Lake Van, Turkey, during the Pleistocene/Holocene transition, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 797-808, 1996.

Law, R. M., P. J. Rayner, A. S. Denning, D. Erickson, I. Y. Fung, M. Heimann, S. C. Piper, M. Ramonet, S. Taguchi, J. A. Taylor, C. M. Trudinger, and I. G. Watterson, Variations in modeled atmospheric transport of carbon dioxide and the consequences for CO2 inversions, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 783-796, 1996.

Piper, S. C. and E. F. Stewart, A gridded global data set of daily temperature and precipitation for terrestrial biospheric modelling, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 757-782, 1996

Sahagian, D. L. and Moore III, B., Introduction to special section: Global Analysis, Interpretation and Modelling - Toward the integration of global biogeochemical systems. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. Vol. 10 (No. 4): 675, December 1996

Schimel, D. S., B. H. Braswell, R. McKeown, D. S. Ojima, W. J. Parton, and W. Pulliam, Climate and nitrogen controls on the geography and timescales of terrestrial biogeochemical cycling, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 677-692, 1996.

TEMPO, Potential role of vegetation feedback in the climate sensitivity of high latitude regions: A case study at 6000 years B. P., Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 727-736, 1996.

Thompson, M. V., Randerson, J. T., Malmström, and C. B. Field, Change in net primary production and heterotrophic respiration: How much is necessary to sustain the terrestrial carbon sink? Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 10 (4): 711-726, 1996.



Recent articles Published as part of core GAIM activities:

Ciret, C; Henderson-Sellers, A. Sensitivity of global vegetation models to present-day climate simulated by global climate models. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 1997 Sep, V11 N3:415-434.

Claussen, M., Mysak, L.A., Weaver, A.J., Crucifix, M., Fichefet, T., Loutre, M.-F., Weber, S.L., Alcamo, J., Alexeev, V.A., Berger, A., Calov, R., Ganopolski, A., Goosse, H., Lohman, G., Lunkeit, F, Mokhov, I.I., Petoukhov, V., Stone, P., Wang, Zh., 2002: Earth System Models of Intermediate Complexity: Closing the Gap in the Spectrum of Climate System Models, Climate Dyn., 18, 579-586.

Denning, A.S., Holzer, M., Gurney, K.R., Heimann, M., Law, R.M., Rayner, P.J., Fung, I.Y., Fan, S., Taguchi, S., Friedlingstein, P., Balkanski, Y., Taylor, J., Maiss, M., and Levin, I. (eds.) (1999) Three-dimensional transport and concentration of SF6: a model intercomparison study (TransCom 2). Tellus. Vol. 51B: p. 266-297

De Noblet-Ducoudre, N; Claussen, R; Prentice, C. Mid-Holocene Greening Of The Sahara: First Results Of The GAIM 6000 Year Bp Experiment With Two Asynchronously Coupled Atmosphere/Biome Models. Climate Dynamics, 2000 Sep, V16 N9:643-659.

Dutay, J.C. et al. Evaluation of OCMIP-2 Ocean Model's Deep Circulation with Mantle Helium-3. Journal of Marine Systems, 2003 in press.

Dutay, J.-C., J.L. Bullister, S.C. Doney, J.C. Orr, R. Najjar, K. Caldeira, J.-M. Campin, H. Drange, M. Follows, Y. Gao, N. Gruber, M.W. Hecht, A. Ishida, F. Joos, K. Lindsay, G. Madec, E. Maier-Reimer, J.C. Marshall, R.J. Matear, P. Monfray, A. Mouchet, G.-K. Plattner, J. Sarmiento, R. Schlitzer, R. Slater, I.J. Totterdell, M.-F. Weirig, Y. Yamanaka, and A. Yool. 2002. Evaluation of ocean model ventilation with CFC-11: comparison of 13 global ocean models. Ocean Modelling, 4: 89-120.

Engelen, R.J., A. Scott Denning, K.R. Gurney, and TransCom 3 modelers. 2002. On Error Estimation in Atmospheric CO2 Inversions. Journal of Geophysical Research 107 (D22): art. no. 4635.

Friedlingstein, P. Dufresne JL, Cox, P. and Rayner P. 2003. How  positive is the feedback between climate change and the carbon cycle? Tellus B 55 (2): 692-700.

Gurney, K., R. Law, P. Rayner, and S. Denning, "TransCom 3 Experimental Protocol," Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University, paper no. 707, July 2000.

Gurney KR, Law RM, Denning AS, Rayner PJ, Baker D, Bousquet P, Bruhwiler L, Chen YH, Ciais P, Fan SM, Fung IY, Gloor M, Heimann M, Higuchi K, John J, Kowalczyk E, Maki T, Maksyutov S, Peylin P, Prather M, Pak BC, Sarmiento J, Taguchi S, Takahashi T, Yuen CW 2003. "Transcom 3 Inversion Intercomparison: 1. Annual mean control results and sensitivity to transport and prior flux information," Tellus B 55 (2): 555-579.

Gurney, K.R., R.M. Law, A.S Denning, P.J. Rayner, D. Baker, P. Bousquet, L. Bruhwiler, Y.H. Chen, P. Ciais, S. Fan, I.Y. Fung, M. Gloor, M. Heimann, K. Higuchi, J. John, T. Maki, S. Maksyutov, K. Masarie, P. Peylin, M. Prather, B.C. Pak, J. Randerson, J. Sarmiento, S. Taguchi, T. Takahashi, C.W. Yuen, "Towards robust regional estimates of  CO2 sources and sinks using atmospheric transport models,"  Nature, 415, pp. 626-630, February 7, 2002.

Heimann, M; Esser, G; Haxeltine, A; Kaduk, J; Kicklighter, D.W., Knorr, W., Kohlmaier, G.H., McGuuire, A.D., Melillo, J., Moore III, B., Otto, R.D., Prentice, I.C., Sauf, W., Schloss, A. Sitch, S., Wittenberg, U., Wurth, G. Evaluation of Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Models Through Simulations Of The Seasonal Cycle Of Atmospheric CO2: First Results Of A Model Intercomparison Study.  Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 1998 Mar, V12 N1:1-24.

Jolly, D., I.C. Prentice, R. Bonnefille, A. Ballouche, M. Bengo, P. Brenac, G. Buchet, D. Burney, J.-P. Cazet, R. Cheddadi, T. Edorh, H. Elenga, S. Elmoutaki, J. Guiot, F. Laarif, H. Lamb, A.-M. LŽzine, J. Maley, M. Mbenza, O. Peyron, M. Reille, I. Reynaud-Ferrera, G. Riollet, J.C. Ritchie, E. Roche, L. Scott, I. Ssemmanda, H. Straka, M. Umer, E. van Campo, S. Vilimumbalo, A. Vincens and M. Waller (1998). Biome reconstruction from pollen and plant macrofossil data for Africa and the Arabian peninsula at 0 and 6 ka.  Journal of Biogeography, 25: 1007-1028.

Law, R., Y.H. Chen, K.R. Gurney, P. Rayner, A.S. Denning, and TransCom 3 modelers, "TransCom3 CO2 inversion intercomparison: 2. Sensitivity of annual mean results to data choices," Tellus, Vol. 55: No. 2, pp 580-595, 2003.

Orr, J. C., 1996 The Ocean Carbon-Cycle Intercomparison Project of IGBP/GAIM, in Ocean Storage of Carbon Dioxide, ed. W. Ormerod, IEA Greenhouse R\&D Programme, Workshop 3 -- International Links and Concerns, pp. 33-52, ISBN 1 898373 04 3, CRE Group Ltd., Cheltenham GL52 4RZ, UK

Orr, J. C. (ed.) (1999) On ocean carbon-cycle model comparison. Tellus. Vol. 51B: Pp. 509-510.

Orr, J. C. and O. Aumont, Exploring the capacity of the ocean to retain artificially sequestered CO2 , in Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, edited by B. Eliasson, P. Reimer, and A. Wokaun, pp. 281.286, Elsevier Science Ltd., 1999.

Orr, J. C., O. Aumont, A. Yool, K. Plattner, F. Joos, E. Maier-Reimer, M.-F. Weirig, R. Schlitzer, K. Caldeira, M. Wickett, and R. Matear, Ocean CO2 sequestration efficiency from 3-D ocean model comparison, in Proceedings of the Fifth Int. Conf. on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, pp. 469.474, CSIRO, 2001a.

Orr, J. C., E. Maier-Reimer, U. Mikolajewicz, P. Monfray, J. L. Sarmiento, J. R. Toggweiler, N. K. Taylor, J. Palmer, N. Gruber, C. L. Sabine, C. Le QuŽrŽ, R. M. Key, and J. Boutin, Estimates of anthropogenic carbon uptake from four three-dimensional global ocean models, Global Biogeochem. Cycles, Vol. 15, No. 1, 43-60, 2001.

Patra, P.K., S. Maksyutov, and TransCom 3 modelers, "Optimal network design for improved CO2 source inversion," Tellus, Vol. 55: No. 2, pp 498-511, 2003.

Prentice, I.C., J. Guiot, B. Huntley, D. Jolly and R. Cheddadi (1996). Reconstructing biomes from palaeoecological data: a general method and its application to European pollen data at 0 and 6 ka. Climate Dynamics 12: 185-194.

Prentice, I.C., D. Jolly and BIOME 6000 participants (2000). Mid-Holocene and glacial-maximum vegetation geography of the northern continents. Journal of Biogeography 27: 507-519.

Prentice, I.C. and T. Webb III (1998). BIOME 6000: reconstructing global mid-Holocene vegetation patterns from palaeoecological records. Journal of Biogeography, 25: 997-1005.

Sarmiento, J. L., P. Monfray, E. Maier-Reimer, O. Aumont, R. Murnane and J. C. Orr. (2000) Sea-air CO2 fluxes and carbon transport: a comparison of three ocean general circulation models. Global Biogeochem. Cycles  Vol. 14, No. 4: Pp. 1267-1281.

Schellnhuber, HJ. (1999) 'Earth system' analysis and the second Copernican revolution. Nature, V402 supps:C19-C23.

Tarasov, P.E., T. Webb III, A.A. Andreev, N.B. Afanas'eva, N.A. Berezina, L.G. Bezusko, T.A. Blyakhararchuk, N.S. Bolikhovskaya, R. Cheddadi, M.M. Chernavskaya, G.M. Chernova, N.I. Dorofeyuk, V.G. Dirksen, G.A. Elina, L.V. Filimonova, F.Z. Glebov, J. Guiot, V.S. Gunova, S.P. Harrison, D. Jolly, V.I. Khomutova, E.V. Kvavadze, I.M. Osipova, N.K. Panova, I.C. Prentice, L. Saarse, D.V. Sevastyanov, V.S. Volkova and V.K. Zernitskaya (1998). Present-day and mid-Holocene biomes reconstructed from pollen and plant macrofossil data from the former Soviet Union and Mongolia. Journal of Biogeography, 25: 1029-1054.

Yu, G., I.C. Prentice, S.P. Harrison and X. Sun (1998). Pollen-based biome reconstructions for China at 0ka and 6ka.  Journal of Biogeography, 25: 1055-1070.



GAIM Reports and Newsletter Articles

Claussen, M., A. Ganopolski, J. Schellnhuber, and W. Cramer. 2000. Earth system models of intermediate

      complexity. IGBP Newsletter, 41: 4-6.

Cramer, W., B. Moore III, and D. L. Sahagian,  Data needs for modelling global biospheric carbon fluxes - Lessons from a comparison of models, IGBP Newsletter, 27: 13-15, 1996.

Cramer, W. and the participants of the "Potsdam '95" NPP model intercomparison workshop. Net primary productivity model intercomparison activity (NPP). (K. Hibbard and D. Sahagian, eds.) IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #5, 1999.

Dalton, R, Geophysics union entices biologists with new section, Nature, 402: 847, 1999.

Denning, A. S., P. J. Rayner, R. M. Law and K. R. Gurney,  Atmospheric tracer transport model intercomparison project (TransCom),  IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #4, 1999.

Fung, I., P. Rayner, and P. Friedlingstein. 2000. Full-form earth system models: coupled carbon-climate interaction experiment (the "flying leap"). D. Sahagian (Editor). IGBP Newsletter, 41: 7-8.

Henderson-Sellers, A. and C. Ciret, Regional interactions of climate and ecosystems (RICE),  IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #3, 1998.

Kubatzki, C. and M. Claussen. Modelers and geologists join forces at workshop.  EOS V84, N9: 79.  March 2003

Moore, B. III and D. L. Sahagian, African-GAIM modelling workshop,  IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #1, 1997.

Moore, B. III. 2000. Sustaining earth's life support systems-the challenge for the next decade and beyond. IGBP Newsletter, 41: 1-2.

Najjar, R. and J.C. Orr, Biotic-HOWTO. Internal OCMIP Report, LSCE/CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France, 15 pp., 1999.

Orr, J. C., Ocean carbon-cycle model intercomparison project (OCMIP) phase 1: (1995-1997),  IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #7, 1999.

Orr, J. C. 1999. Ocean carbon-cycle model intercomparison project (OCMIP) phase 1: (1995-1997). D. Sahagian (Editor) IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #7.

Rasool, I and D. L.  Sahagian,  Wetlands Inter-element Workshop: The IGBP-DIS Perspective, IGBP Newsletter, 27: 16, 1996.

Research GAIM, Volume 1, No. 1, Winter 1997.

Research GAIM, Volume 1, No. 2, Summer 1997.

Research GAIM, Volume 2, No. 1, Summer 1998.

Research GAIM, Volume 2, No. 2, Winter 1999.

Research GAIM, Volume 3, No. 1, Summer 1999.

Research GAIM, Volume 3, No. 2, Winter 2000

Research GAIM, Volume 4, No. 1, Summer 2000

Research GAIM, Volume 4, No. 2, Winter 2001

Research GAIM, Volume 5, No. 1, Summer 2002

Research GAIM, Volume 6, No. 1, Summer 2003

Sahagian, D., Global Analysis, Integration, and Modelling (GAIM): Coordination and integration of Earth System research, The Eggs- EGS Newsletter, v. 1, p. 1, 2002

Sahagian, D. L. 2000. Highlights of GAIM's first phase: building towards earth system science. IGBP Newsletter, 41: 11-15.

Sahagian, D. L.,  Open Science Conference of Global Analysis, Interpretation and Modelling, IGBP Newsletter, 25: 14-15, 1996.

Sahagian, D. L., GAIM 1993-1997: The First Five Years: Setting the Stage for Synthesis, IGBP Science, Stockholm, In Press.

Sahagian, D. L. and K. Hibbard, GAIM 1993-1997, The first five years: Setting the stage for synthesis,  IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #6, 1998.

Sahagian, D. L. and J. Melack, Global wetland distribution and functional characterization: Trace gases and the hydrologic cycle,  IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #2, (also IGBP Report #46), 1997.

Sahagian, D. L., C. Nobre, and M. Keller, GAIM Workshop Report: LBA-GAIM Modelling Workshop,  IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #9, 2001.

Sahagian, D. L. and J. Schellnhuber, GAIM in 2002 and beyond: a benchmark in the continuing evolution of global change research, IGBP Newsletter, 50: 7-10.

Sahagian, D. L. and S. Zerbini,  Global and regional sea-level changes and the hydrological cycle,  IGBP/GAIM Report Series, Report #8, 1999.

Schellnhuber, J. 2000. The Waikiki principles: rules for a new GAIM. IGBP Newsletter, 41: 3-4.

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