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Pelletier, J.D., A.B. Murray, J.L. Pierce, P.R. Bierman, D.D. Breshears, B.T. Crosby, M. Ellis, E. Foufoula-Georgiou, A.M. Heimsath, C. Houser, N. Lancaster, M. Marani, D.J. Merritts, L.J. Moore, J.L. Pederson, M.J. Poulos, T.M. Rittenour, J.C. Rowland, P. Ruggiero, D.J. Ward, K.X. Whipple, A.D. Wickert, and E.M. Yager, 2015, Forecasting the response of Earth’s surface to future climatic and land-use changes: A review of methods and research needs. Earths Future

Riley, K., Pierce, J.L., Meyer, G.A., 2015, Vegetative and Climatic Controls on Holocene Wildfire and Erosion Recorded in Alluvial Fans of the Middle Fork Salmon River, Idaho, The Holocene, 0959683615571423.

Kenworthy, M.*, Rittenour, T.M., and Pierce, J.L., 2014, Luminescence dating without sand lenses; An application of OSL to coarse-grained alluvial fan deposits of the Lost River Range, Idaho, USA.  Quaternary Geochronology, v. 23 pp. 9-25.

Weppner, K.*, Pierce, J.L., Betancourt, J.L., 2013, Holocene Fire Occurrence and Alluvial Responses at the Leading Edge of Pinyon-Juniper Migration in the Northern Great Basin, Quaternary Research. V. 80, pp. 143-157.

Davis, J.D., C. V. Baxter, C.V., Crosby, B.T., Pierce, J.L., Rosi-Marshall, E., 2013, Incorporating indirect effects into a conceptual model for predicting the effects of global climate change on stream ecosystems. Ecosystems. DOI 10.1007/s10021-013-9653-4.

Poulos, M.J.*, Pierce, J.L., Flores, A.N. and Benner, S.G., Hillslope Asymmetry Maps reveal widespread Mulit-Scale Organization.  2012, Geophysical Research Letters

 Pierce, J.L., Meyer, G.A., and Rittenour, T., 2011, Terrace records of incision, aggradation, and relationships between hillslope erosion and main channel processes. Quaternary Science Reviews. v.30, p. 628-645.

Nelson, N.A.*, and Pierce, J.L.,2010, Holocene fire and climate in rangeland ecosystems of southwestern Idaho, The Holocene,  20(8) 1179–1194

Kunkel, M.** and Pierce, J.L., 2010, Reconstructing Snowmelt in Idaho’s Watershed Using Historic Streamflow Records, Journal of Climatic Change.  Vol 98: 155-176.

Power MJ, Marlon J, Ortiz N, Bartlein PJ,. . . .Pierce J, 2008, Changes in fire regime since the Last Glacial Maximum: an assessment based on a global synthesis and analysis of charcoal data. Climate Dynamics, 30:887–907.

Pierce, J.L., and Meyer, G.A., 2008, The effects of Holocene climate change on fire regimes in Idaho ponderosa pine forests, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 17, pp. 85-95.

 Pierce, J.L., Meyer, G.A., and Jull A.J.T., 2004, Fire-induced erosion and millennial-scale climate change in northern ponderosa pine forests: Nature, v. 432, p. 87-90.

 Pierce, J.L., Meyer, G.A., Thackray, G.D., Wood, S.H., Lundeen, K., and Rothwell, E., Fire and ice in central Idaho:  modern and Holocene fires, debris flows, and climate in the Payette River Basin, and Quaternary and glacial geology in the Sawtooth Mountains, 2004 Rocky Mountain Cordilleran Geological Society of America Field Guide.

Meyer, G.A., and Pierce, J.L., 2003, Climatic controls on fire-induced sediment pulses in Yellowstone National Park and Central Idaho: a long-term perspective: Forest Ecology and Management, v. 178, p. 89-104.

Meyer, G.A., Pierce, J.L., Wood, S.H., and Jull. A.J.T., 2001, Fires, storms, and sediment yield in the Idaho Batholith, Hydrological Processes, v. 15, p. 3025-3038.