James M. Vose
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Generality of leaf trait relationships: a test across six biomes
PB Reich, DS Ellsworth, MB Walters, JM Vose, C Gresham, JC Volin, ...
Ecology 80 (6), 1955-1969, 1999
14311999
Relationships of leaf dark respiration to leaf nitrogen, specific leaf area and leaf life-span: a test across biomes and functional groups
PB Reich, MB Walters, DS Ellsworth, JM Vose, JC Volin, C Gresham, ...
Oecologia 114 (4), 471-482, 1998
5681998
Plant production and soil microorganisms in late‐successional ecosystems: A continental‐scale study
DR Zak, D Tilman, RR Parmenter, CW Rice, FM Fisher, J Vose, ...
Ecology 75 (8), 2333-2347, 1994
4651994
Leaf area, stemwood growth, and nutrition relationships in loblolly pine
JM Vose, HL Allen
Forest Science 34 (3), 547-563, 1988
3991988
Potential water yield reduction due to forestation across China
G Sun, G Zhou, Z Zhang, X Wei, SG McNulty, JM Vose
Journal of Hydrology 328 (3-4), 548-558, 2006
3932006
Long-term hydrologic and water quality responses following commercial clearcutting of mixed hardwoods on a southern Appalachian catchment
WT Swank, JM Vose, KJ Elliott
Forest Ecology and management 143 (1-3), 163-178, 2001
3862001
Vegetation dynamics after a prescribed fire in the southern Appalachians
KJ Elliott, RL Hendrick, AE Major, JM Vose, WT Swank
Forest Ecology and Management 114 (2-3), 199-213, 1999
2691999
Dark respiration of pines
MG Ryan, S Linder, JM Vose, RM Hubbard
Ecological Bulletins, 50-63, 1994
2181994
A general predictive model for estimating monthly ecosystem evapotranspiration
G Sun, K Alstad, J Chen, S Chen, CR Ford, G Lin, C Liu, N Lu, ...
Ecohydrology 4 (2), 245-255, 2011
2132011
A comparison of sap flux-based evapotranspiration estimates with catchment-scale water balance
CR Ford, RM Hubbard, BD Kloeppel, JM Vose
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 145 (3-4), 176-185, 2007
2112007
Seasonal respiration of foliage, fine roots, and woody tissues in relation to growth, tissue N, and photosynthesis
JM Vose, MG Ryan
Global Change Biology 8 (2), 182-193, 2002
2042002
TSUGA CANADENSIS (L.) CARR. MORTALITY WILL IMPACT HYDROLOGIC PROCESSES IN SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN FOREST ECOSYSTEMS
CR Ford, JM Vose
Ecological applications 17 (4), 1156-1167, 2007
2022007
Predicting Southern Appalachian overstory vegetation with digital terrain data
PV Bolstad, W Swank, J Vose
Landscape ecology 13 (5), 271-283, 1998
1841998
Topographic and ecologic controls on root reinforcement
TC Hales, CR Ford, T Hwang, JM Vose, LE Band
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 114 (F3), 2009
1802009
Adjustments in hydraulic architecture of Pinus palustris maintain similar stomatal conductance in xeric and mesic habitats
RN Addington, LA Donovan, RJ Mitchell, JM Vose, SD Pecot, SB Jack, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 29 (4), 535-545, 2006
1762006
Ecosystem processes and human influences regulate streamflow response to climate change at long-term ecological research sites
JA Jones, IF Creed, KL Hatcher, RJ Warren, MB Adams, MH Benson, ...
BioScience 62 (4), 390-404, 2012
1662012
Soil pCO 2, soil respiration, and root activity in CO 2-fumigated and nitrogen-fertilized ponderosa pine
D Johnson, D Geisinger, R Walker, J Newman, J Vose, K Elliot, T Ball
Plant and Soil 165 (1), 129-138, 1994
1621994
Can forest management be used to sustain water‐based ecosystem services in the face of climate change?
CR Ford, SH Laseter, WT Swank, JM Vose
Ecological Applications 21 (6), 2049-2067, 2011
1502011
Seasonal changes of leaf area index (LAI) in a tropical deciduous forest in west Mexico
JM Maass, JM Vose, WT Swank, A Martínez-Yrízar
Forest Ecology and Management 74 (1-3), 171-180, 1995
1501995
Long‐term nitrogen dynamics of Coweeta forested watersheds in the southeastern United States of America
WT Swank, JM Vose
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 11 (4), 657-671, 1997
1491997
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