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Sulis M., Langensiepen M., Shrestha A., Simmer C., Kollet S. (2015) Evaluating the influence of plant-specific physiological parameterizations on the partitioning of land surface energy fluxes. Journal of Hydrometeorology 16: 517-533

Simmer C., Masbou M.,Thiele-Eich I., Amelung W., Bogena H., Crewell S., Diekkrüger B., Ewert F., Hendricks Franssen H.J., Huisman J.A., Kemna A., Klitzsch N., Kollet S., Langensiepen M., Löhnert U., Rahman A.S.M., Rascher U., Schneider K., Schween J., Shao Y., Shrestha P., Stiebler M., Sulis M., Vanderborght J., Vereecken H., van der Kruk J., Waldhoff G., Zerenner T. (2014) Monitoring and Modeling the Terrestrial System from Pores to Catchments – the Transregional Collaborative Research Center on Patterns in the Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere System. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (e-Preview)

Langensiepen M., Kupisch M., Graf A., Schmidt M., Ewert F. (2014) Improving the stem heat balance method for determining sap-flow in wheat. Agric. For. Met. 186: 34-42

Abbo S., Goren S., Saranga Y., Langensiepen M., Bonfil, M. (2013) Leaf shape × sowing density interaction affects chickpea grain yield. Plant Breeding 132: 200-204

Langensiepen, M., Kupisch, M.,van Wijk, M., Ewert, F. (2012) Analyzing closed chamber effects on canopy gas exchange for optimizing flux calculation timing. Agric. For. Met. 164: 61-70

Langensiepen M., Fuchs M., Bergamaschi H., Moreshet S., Cohen Y., Wolff P., Jutzi S., Cohen S., Rosa L.M.G., Li Y., Fricke T. (2009) Quantifying the uncertainties of transpiration calculations with the Penman-Monteith equation under different climate and optimum water supply conditions. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149: 1063-1072

Langensiepen M., Hanus H., Schoop P. and Gräsle W. (2008) Validating CERES-Wheat under North-German environmental conditions. Agricultural Systems 97: 34-47

Langensiepen, M., Burgess, S., Lambers, H., Mitchell, P. and Veneklass, E. (2006) A model for simulating the transpiration of Eucalyptus salmonoploia trees. Physiologia Plantarum 127: 465–477

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