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Vorosmarty C., Peterson B..  2000.  Macro-scale models of water and nutrient flux to the coastal zone. Estuarine Science: A Synthetic Approach to Research and Practice. :43-80.
Vorosmarty C.J, Li C., Sun J., Dai Z..  1998.  Drainage basins, river systems, and anthropogenic change: the Chinese example. Asian Change in the Context of Global CHange: Impacts of Natural and Anthropogenic Changes in Asia on Global Biogeochemical Cycles. :210-244.
von Trapp K..  2010.  Drivers of Residential Lawn Care in Suburban Massachusetts: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Four Massachusetts Towns. Urban and Environmental Planning.
Vieillard A., Fulweiler R.W.RW, Hughes Z., Carey J..  2011.  The ebb and flood of silica: Quantifying dissolved and biogenic silica fluxes from a temperate salt marsh. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 95:415-423.
Vieillard A.M., Fulweiler R.W..  2012.  Impacts of long-term fertilization on salt marsh tidal creek benthic nutrient and N2 gas fluxes. Marine Ecological Progress Series. 471:11-22.
Versluis A.J., Pontius, Jr. R.G., Malizia N.R..  2004.  Visualizing the rate at which the accuracy of a land change prediction decays.. Conference proceedings of the meeting of the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science. :29.
Varga O.G., Pontius, Jr. R.G., Singh S.K., Szabo S..  2019.  Intensity Analysis and the Figure of Merit’s components for assessment of a Cellular Automata – Markov simulation model. Ecological Indicators.
Vallino J.J, Hopkinson C.S..  1998.  Estimation of dispersion and characteristic mixing times in Plum Island Sound Estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 46:333-350.
Vallino J.J., Huber J.A..  2018.  Using Maximum Entropy Production to Describe Microbial Biogeochemistry Over Time and Space in a Meromictic Pond. Frontiers in Environmental Science.
Vallino J.J., Algar C.K., N. Gonzales F, Huber J.A..  2014.  Use of receding horizon optimal control to solve MaxEP-based biogeochemistry problems. Beyond the Second Law: Entropy Production and Non-Equilibrium Systems. :337-359.
Vallino J.J..  2010.  Ecosystem biogeochemistry considered as a distributed metabolic network ordered by maximum entropy production.. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B. 365:1417-1427.
Vallino J..  2000.  Improving marine ecosystem models: Use of data assimilation and mesocosm experiments.. Journal of Marine Research. 58:117-164.
Vallino J., Hopkinson C.S., Garritt R.H..  2005.  Estimating estuarine gross production, community respiration and net ecosystem production: A nonlinear inverse technique.. Ecological Modeling. 187:281-296.
Vallino J.J., Algar C.K..  2016.  Thermodynamics of Marine Biogeochemical Cycles: Lotka Revisited. Annual Review of Marine Science. 8:333-356.
Vallino J., Hopkinson C.S., Garritt R., Tucker J..  1999.  A non-linear inverse technique to estimate estuarine ecosystem metabolism from whole system oxygen measurements.. Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Ecohydraulics.
Vallino J.J..  2011.  Differences and implications in biogeochemistry from maximizing entropy production locally versus globally. Earth System Dynamics. 2:69-85.
Vallino J.J..  2003.  Modeling microbial consortiums as distributed metabolic networks. Biological Bulletin. 204:174-179.
Valentine K..  2013.  The Effect of Physical and Biological Processes on the erosion of Cohesive Sediments. B.S.
Valentine K., Mariotti G., Fagherazzi S..  2014.  Repeated erosion of cohesive sediments with biofilms. Advances in Geosciences. 39:9-14.