Graeme Lockaby
Graeme Lockaby
Professor of Wetland Biogeochemistry, Auburn University
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Relationships between landscape characteristics and nonpoint source pollution inputs to coastal estuaries
P Basnyat, LD Teeter, KM Flynn, BG Lockaby
Environmental management 23 (4), 539-549, 1999
The use of remote sensing and GIS in watershed level analyses of non-point source pollution problems
P Basnyat, LD Teeter, BG Lockaby, KM Flynn
Forest Ecology and Management 128 (1-2), 65-73, 2000
Land cover impacts on stream nutrients and fecal coliform in the lower Piedmont of West Georgia
JE Schoonover, BG Lockaby
Journal of hydrology 331 (3-4), 371-382, 2006
Changes in chemical and physical propertiesof stream water across an urban-rural gradient in western Georgia
JE Schoonover, BG Lockaby, S Pan
Urban Ecosystems 8 (1), 107-124, 2005
Leaf litter decomposition and nutrient dynamics in four southern forested floodplain communities
TT Baker III, BG Lockaby, WH Conner, CE Meier, JA Stanturf, MK Burke
Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (4), 1334-1347, 2001
Impacts of land cover on stream hydrology in the west Georgia piedmont, USA
JE Schoonover, BG Lockaby, BS Helms
Journal of Environmental Quality 35 (6), 2123-2131, 2006
Impacts of urbanization on carbon balance in terrestrial ecosystems of the Southern United States
C Zhang, H Tian, G Chen, A Chappelka, X Xu, W Ren, D Hui, M Liu, C Lu, ...
Environmental Pollution 164, 89-101, 2012
Century-scale responses of ecosystem carbon storage and flux to multiple environmental changes in the southern United States
H Tian, G Chen, C Zhang, M Liu, G Sun, A Chappelka, W Ren, X Xu, C Lu, ...
Ecosystems 15 (4), 674-694, 2012
Modeling effects of changing land use/cover on daily streamflow: an artificial neural network and curve number based hybrid approach
S Isik, L Kalin, JE Schoonover, P Srivastava, BG Lockaby
Journal of Hydrology 485, 103-112, 2013
Effect of logging equipment traffic on soil density and growth and survival of young loblolly pine
BG Lockaby, CG Vidrine
Southern journal of applied forestry 8 (2), 109-112, 1984
Combining AVHRR-NDVI and landuse data to describe temporal and spatial dynamics of vegetation
GB Senay, RL Elliott
Forest Ecology and management 128 (1-2), 83-91, 2000
Hydroperiod influences on nutrient dynamics in decomposing litter of a floodplain forest
BG Lockaby, AL Murphy, GL Somers
Soil Science Society of America Journal 60 (4), 1267-1272, 1996
Drought in the Southern United States over the 20th century: variability and its impacts on terrestrial ecosystem productivity and carbon storage
G Chen, H Tian, C Zhang, M Liu, W Ren, W Zhu, AH Chappelka, SA Prior, ...
Climatic change 114 (2), 379-397, 2012
Fine root productivity and dynamics on a forested floodplain in South Carolina
TT Baker III, WH Conner, BG Lockaby, JA Stanturf, MK Burke
Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (2), 545-556, 2001
Phosphorus availability in an artificially flooded southeastern floodplain forest soil
RB Wright, BG Lockaby, MR Walbridge
Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (4), 1293-1302, 2001
Changes in production and nutrient cycling across a wetness gradient within a floodplain forest
RG Clawson, BG Lockaby, B Rummer
Ecosystems 4 (2), 126-138, 2001
Effects of forest management on biogeochemical functions in southern forested wetlands
MR Walbridge, BG Lockaby
Wetlands 14 (1), 10-17, 1994
The effect of increasing salinity and forest mortality on soil nitrogen and phosphorus mineralization in tidal freshwater forested wetlands
GB Noe, KW Krauss, BG Lockaby, WH Conner, CR Hupp
Biogeochemistry 114 (1), 225-244, 2013
Research gaps related to forest management and stream sediment in the United States
CJ Anderson, BG Lockaby
Environmental Management 47 (2), 303-313, 2011
Effects of microtopography and disturbance on fine-root dynamics in wetland forests of low-order stream floodplains
RH Jones, BG Lockaby, GL Somers
American Midland Naturalist, 57-71, 1996
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