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Manual Forest Ecosystems: Analysis at Multiple Scales

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Fertilization effects on forest carbon storage and exchange, and net primary production; a new hybrid process model for stand management. Perakis, S. Maguire, T. Bullen, K. Cromack, R. Coupled nitrogen cycling in coastal Oregon Douglas-fir forests. Ecosystems Milner, W. Jolly, L. Phillips, and D. Waring, W.

Fan and N. Predicting site index with a physiologically based growth model across Oregon, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research Performance of the forest productivity model 3-PG applied to a wide range of forest types. Sarr, N. Interpreting woody plant richness from seasonal ratios of photosynthesis. Using a physiological process model with forestry yield tables to set limits on annual carbon balances. Estimation of potential forest productivity across the Oregon transect using satellite data and monthly weather records. Estimating maximum potential site productivity and site water stress of the eastern Siskiyous using 3-PGS.

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Brown, and S. Comparisons of predictions of Net Primary Production and seasonal patterns in water use derived with two forest growth models in southwestern Oregon. The use of multi-scale remote sensing imagery to derive regional estimates of forest growth capacity using 3-PGS. Remote Sensing the Environment Boyle, K.

Cromack, Jr. Maguire, and A. Western Forester Estimating mean monthly incident solar radiation on horizontal and inclined slopes from mean monthly temperature extremes. Journal of Biometeorology Assessing forest growth across southwestern Oregon under a range of current and future global change scenarios using a process model, 3-PG.

A process model analysis of environmental limitations on growth of Sitka spruce plantations in Great Britain. Forestry The ponderosa pine ecosystem and environmental stress: past, present and future. Waring, P. Anthoni, and J. Lessons learned while extending physiological principles from growth chambers to satellite studies.

Landsberg, and M. Net primary production of forests: a constant fraction of gross primary production? Assessing forest productivity in Australia and New Zealand using a physiologically-based model driven with averaged monthly weather data and satellite derived estimates of canopy photosynthetic capacity. A generalized model of forest productivity using simplified concepts of radiation-use efficiency, carbon balance and partitioning. Panek, J. Stable carbon isotopes as indicators of limitation to forest growth imposed by climate stress.

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Walcroft, A. Silvester, J. Grace, S. Carson, and R. Effects of branch length on carbon isotope discrimination in Pinus radiata.

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Law, M. Goulden, S. Bassow, R. McCreight, S. Wofsy, and F. Scaling daytime gross ecosystem production at Harvard Forest with remote sensing: a comparison of estimates from a constrained quantum-use efficiency model and eddy correlation. Plant, Cell and Environment Carbon-isotope variation in Douglas-fir foliage: improving d 13 C — climate relationship. Gower, R. Hubbard, R.

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Waring, H. Gholz, W. Cropper, and S. Woody tissue maintenance respiration of four conifers in contrasting climates. Oecologia Way, R. Hunt, Jr, L. Morrisey, K. Ranson, J. Weishampel, R. Oren, and S. BioScience Franklin , S. McCreight, W.

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Cohen, and M. Canadian J. Remote Sensing Goward, S. Huemmrich, and R. Visible-near infrared spectral reflectance of landscape components in western Oregon. Remote Sensing of Env.


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Waring, D. Dye, and J. Remote sensing of leaf area index and radiation intercepted by understory vegetation. Combining remote sensing and climatic data to estimate net primary production across Oregon. Peterson, D. Runyon, J. Goward, and J. Environmental limits on net primary production and light-use efficiency across the Oregon transect.

Variation in d 13 C values within the tree crowns of Pinus radiata. Yoder, B. The normalized difference vegetation index of small Douglas-fir canopies with varying chlorophyll concentrations. Ryan, R. Schoettle, and M.

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Evidence of reduced photosynthetic rates in old trees. Forest Science Runyon, S. Goward, R. McCreight, B. Yoder, and M.

Developing remote sensing techniques to estimate photosynthesis and annual forest growth across a steep climatic gradient in western Oregon, U. Studia Forestalia Suecica Savage, K. Thinning and nitrogen fertilization in a grand fir stand infested with western spruce budworm. Part IV. An ecosystem management perspective.