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Lewis, SM, LC Smith. 2009. Hydrologic Drainage of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7343
Lewis SM, LC Smith. 2009. Hydrologic sub-basins of the Greenland ice sheet. NSIDC, Digital Media Dataset.
Lewis SM, LC Smith. 2009. Hydrologic outlets of the Greenland ice sheet. NSIDC, Digital Media Dataset.
Gillespie, TW, S Saatchi, S Pau, AP Giorgi, SM Lewis. 2009. Towards Quantifying Tree Species Richness of Tropical Forests. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 30, pp. 1629-1634 .
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