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Botkin, D.B., J.F. Janak and J.R. Wallis. 1970, A simulator for northeastern forest growth: a contribution of the Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study and IBM Research, IBM Research Report  3140, Yorktown Heights, NY. 21 pp.
 
Botkin, D.B., J.R. Janak and J.R. Wallis, 1971, A simulation of forest growth, pp. 812 – 819, In: Proceedings of the Summer  Computer Simulation Conference, Board of Simulation Conferences, Denver, CO.
 
Botkin, D.B., J.R. Janak and J.R. Wallis, 1972A, Rationale, limitations and assumptions of a northeast forest growth simulator, IBM J. of Research and Development 16: 101 – 116.
 
Botkin, D.B., J.F. Janak and J.R. Wallis, 1972B, Some ecological consequences of a computer model of forest growth, J. Ecology 60: 849 – 872.
 
Botkin, D.B. and R.S. Miller, 1974, Complex ecosystems: models and predictions, Amer. Sci. 62: 448 – 453.
 
Botkin, D.B., 1976, The role of species interactions in the response of a forest ecosystem to environmental perturbation, pp. 147 – 171. In: B.C. Patten, (ed.), System Analysis and Simulation in Ecology, vol. IV. Academic Press, NY.
 
Botkin, D.B., 1977. Life and death in a forest community: the computer as an aid to understanding, pp. 213 – 234. In: C.Hall and J.Day, eds., Models as Ecological Tools: Theory and Case Histories. Wiley, NY.
 
Botkin, D.B. and R.E. Levitan, 1977, Wolves, moose and trees: an age specific trophic-level model of Isle Royale National Park, IBM Research Report in Life-Sciences RC 6834, 64 pp.
 
Aber, J.S., D.B. Botkin and J.M. Melillo, 1978, Predicting the effects of different harvesting regimes on forest floor dynamics in northern hardwoods, Canad. J. Forest Research 8:  306 – 315.
 
Aber, J.D., D.B. Botkin and J.M. Melillo, 1979, Predicting the effects of different harvesting regimes on productivity and yield in northern hardwoods, Canadian J. Forest Research 9:  10 – 14.
 
Botkin, D.B. and J.D. Aber, 1979, Some potential effects of acid rain on forest ecosystems: implications of a computer simulation, Brookhaven National Laboratory Publication BNL 50889, National Technical Information Service, Springfield,  VA.
 
Botkin, D. B., T. E. Reynales and K. D. Woods, 1985, Adding Spatial Considerations to the JABOWA Model of Forest Growth, Machine Processing of Remotely Sensed Data Symposium, pp. 141-148.
 
Botkin, D. B., R. A. Nisbet, and T. E. Reynales, 1989, “Effects of Climate Change on Forests of the Great Lake States, pp.2-1 to 2-31 in The Potential Effects of Global Climate Change on the United States, J. B. Smith and D. A. Tirpak (eds.) U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D. C., EPA -203-05-89-0.
 
Botkin, D. B. and R. A. Nisbet, 1990, Response of Forests to Global Warming and CO2 Fertilization,  Report to EPA.
 
Botkin, D. B., D. A. Woodby, and R. A. Nisbet, 1991, Kirtland’s Warbler Habitats: A Possible Early Indicator of Climatic Warming, Biological Conservation 56 (1): 63-78.
 
Botkin, D. B. 1991, Global Warming and Forests of the Great Lakes States: An example of the use of Quantitative Projections in Policy Analysis
An Essay Submitted for the George and Cynthia Mitchell International Prize Competition, 1991, which won first prize and was published by the Mitchell Foundation, Houston, TX.
 
Botkin, D. B., R. A. Nisbet and L. G. Simpson, 1992, Forests and Global Climate Change, Chapter 19, pp. 274- 290 in S. K. Majumdar, L. S. Kalkstein, B. M. Yarnal, E. W. Miller, and L. M. Rosenfeld (eds.)  Global Climate Change: Implications, Challenges and Mitigation Measures, Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences, Philadelphia.
 
Botkin, D. B. and R. A. Nisbet, 1992, Projecting the effects of climate change on biological diversity in forests,  pp. 277 – 293 in R. Peters and T. Lovejoy, (Eds.) Consequences of the Greenhouse Effect for Biological Diversity, Yale University Press, New Haven.
 
Nisbet, R.A. and D. B. Botkin, 1993, Integrating a Forest Growth Model With a Geographic Information System, pp.265-269 in Goodchild, M.S., B.O. Parks, L.T. Steyaert (eds.) Environmental Modeling with GIS, Oxford University Press, N.Y.
 
Ngugi, M. R.  D. B. Botkin, J. Bronwen  and A. Williams, 2005, “Needs and opportunities for using a forest dynamic model as a practical tool in biodiversity conservation and management,” IUFRO World Congress, Brisbane, Australia.
 
Ngugi,  Michael R. and Daniel B. Botkin, “Restoration of forests for conservation and carbon sequestration: simulating attributes of growth dynamics of uneven-aged mixed species sclerophyll forests in eastern Australia,” submitted to Ecological Modeling.
 
Ngugi, M. R.  D. B. Botkin, J. Bronwen  and A. Williams, 2005, “Needs and opportunities for using a forest dynamic model as a practical tool in biodiversity conservation and management,” IUFRO World Congress, Brisbane, Australia.
 
Ngugi, M. R.  D. B. Botkin, J. Bronwen and A. Williams, 2005, “Needs and opportunities for using a forest dynamic model as a practical tool in biodiversity conservation and management,” IUFRO World Congress, Brisbane, Australia.

Botkin, D. B., Henrik Saxe, Miguel B. Araújo, Richard Betts, Richard H.W. Bradshaw, Tomas Cedhagen, Peter Chesson, Terry P. Dawson, Julie Etterson, Daniel P. Faith, Simon Ferrier, Antoine Guisan, Anja Skjoldborg Hansen, David W. Hilbert, Craig Loehle, Chris Margules, Mark New, Matthew J. Sobel, and David R.B. Stockwell. 2007 “Forecasting Effects of Global Warming on Biodiversity.” BioScience 57(3): 227-236.
 
Ngugi,  Michael R. and Daniel B. Botkin, 2011, “Validation of a multispecies forest dynamics model using 50-year growth from Eucalyptus forests in eastern Australia,” Ecological Modelling. 222: 3261– 3270.
 
Ngugi, M.R., Daniel B. Botkin, David Doley, Mark Cant, and Jack Kelley.2013 “Restoration and Management of Callitris Forest Ecosystems in Eastern Australia: Simulation of Attributes of Growth Dynamics, Growth Increment and Biomass Accumulation.” Ecological Modelling 263 (2013) 152– 161.
 
Ngugi, M.R., D. Doley, and D.B. Botkin, 2013. “Application of a forest dynamics simulator to inform sustainable biodiversity conservation and grazing management in Australia”.20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation(MODSIM2013). 2013: Adelaide (December 1, 2013).

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