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NGCRP Bibliography - Letter: T

Names: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T V W X Y Z

Tabor, Christopher A.; Carlo, Andrew S.; Schaberg, Paul; Wilkinson, Ronald C.; Brett, Philip W. 1995. Comparisons of the hydraulic architecture of low-and high elevation balsam fir. Speakers and Abstracts from the 75th Annual Meeting of the New England Society of American Foresters in cooperation with the Northeastern Forest Pest Council. 1995 March 21-23; Burlington, VT. p. 15. Abstract.

Tabor, Christopher A.; Schaberg, Paul G.; Wilkinson, Ronald C.; Brett, Philip W. 1995. Comparative hyraulic architecture of low- and high-elevation balsam fir from field and common garden sources. Supplement to Plant Physiology, Abstracts of the 1995 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Plant Physiologists. 1995 July 29 - August2; Charlotte, NC. 108(2): p. 109. Abstract.

Takeuchi, Y.; Kubiske, M.E.; Isebrands, J.G.; Pregtizer, K.S.; Hendrey, G.; Karnosky, D.F. 2001. Photosynthesis, light and nitrogen relationships in a young deciduous forest canopy under open- air CO2 enrichment. Plant, Cell and Environment. 24: 1257-1268.

Takle, Eugene S.; Bian, Xindi; Heilman, Warren. 1993. Synoptic Climatology for Forest Fires in the NE US: Preliminary Analysis of Observations and GCM Results. Proceedings, 12th Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology. 1993 October 26-29; Jekyll Island, GA. Soc. Am. Foresters: 38-45.

Takle, Eugene S.; Bramer, Daniel J.; Heilman, Warren E.; Thompson, Metinka R. 1994. A Synoptic Climatology for Forest Fires in the NE US and Future Implications from GCM Simulations. Int. J. Wildland Fire. 4(4): 217-224.

Takle, Eugene S.; Bramer, Daniel J.; Heilman, Warren E.; Thompson, Metinka R. 1995. A Synoptic Climatology for Forest Fires in the NE US and Future Implications from GCM Simulations. Sixth Symposium on Global Change Studies. 1995 January 15-20; Dallas, TX. American Meteorological Society.

Tarasov, Michael E.; Birdsey, Richard A. 2001. Decay rate and potential storage of coarse woody debris in the Leningrad Region. In: Jonsson, Bengt Gunnar; Kruys, Nicholas, eds. Ecology of woody debris in boreal forests. Ecological Bulletins 49. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science: 49: 137-147.

Tessier, Jack T. 2004. Leaf longevity of oxalis acetosella (oxalidaceae) in the Catskill Mountains, New York, USA. American Journal of Botany. 91(9): 1371-1377.

Tessier, Jack T.; Raynal, Dudley J. 2003. Use of nitrogen to phosphorus in plant tissue as an indicator of nutrient limitation and nitrogen saturation. Journal of Applied Ecology. 40: 523-534.

Tessier, Jack T.; Raynal, Dudley J. 2003. Vernal nitrogen and phosphorus retention by forest understory vegetation and soil microbes. Plant & Soil. 256: 443-453.

Theseira, G.W.; Host, G.E.; Isebrands, J.G.; Whisler, F.D. 2003. SOILPSI: a potential-driven three-dimensional soil water redistribution model--description and comparative evaluation. Environmental Modelling & Software. 18: 13-23.

Thompson, James A.; Kolka, Randall K. 2005. Soil carbon storage estimation in a forested watershed using quantitative soil-landscape modeling. Soil Science Society of America. 69: 1086-1093.

Thornton, F.C.; Joslin, J.D.; Pier, P.A.; Neufeld, H.; Seiler, J.R.; Hutcherson, J.D. 1994. Cloudwater and Ozone Effects upon High Elevation Red Spruce: A Summary of Study Results from Whitetop Mountain, Virginia. Journal of Environmental Quality. 23: 1158-1167.

Thornton, F.C.; McDuffie, C., Jr.; Peir, P.A.; Wilkenson, R.C. 1993. The effects of removing cloudwater and lowering ambient O3 on red spruce grown at high elevations in the southern Appalachians. Environmental Pollution. 79: 21-29.

Thornton, F.C.; Peir, P.A.; McDuffie, C., Jr. 1992. Red spruce response to ozone and cloudwater after three years exposure. Journal of Environmental Quality. 21(2): 196-201.

Thornton. P.E.; Law, B.E.; Gholz, Henry L.; Clark, Kenneth L.; Falge, E.; Ellsworth, D.S.; Goldstein, A.H.; Monson, R.K.; Hollinger, D. 2002. Modeling and measuring the effects of disturbance history and climate on carbon and water budgets in evergreen needleleaf forests. Agriculture and Forest Meteorology. 113: 115-222.

Tobi, Donald R.; Leonard, Jonathan G.; Parker, Bruce L.; Wallner, William E. 1992. Survey methods, distribution, and seasonality of Korscheltellus gracilis (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae) in the Green Mountains, Vermont. Environmental Entomology. 21(3): 447-452.

Tobi, Donald R.; Wargo, Philip M.; Bergdahl, Dale R. 1995. Growth response of red spruce after known periods of winter injury. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 25: 669-681.

Tomlinson, P.T.; Anderson, P.D. 1995. Elevated CO2 compensates for water stress in red oak. Plant Physiology. 108(2): 36. Abstract.

Tomlinson, P.T.; Anderson, P.D. 1996. Distribution of biomass and current photosynthate in northern red oak under elevated CO2 and water stress. Proceedings 14th North American Forest Biology Workshop. 1996 June 16-20; Laval Univ., Quebec City, Canada. Abstract.

Tomlinson, Patricia T.; Anderson, Paul D. 1996. Elevated CO2 compensates for water stress in northern red oak. In: Hom, J.; Birdsey, R.; O'Brien, K., eds. Proceedings, 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. 1995 March 14-16; Pittsburgh, PA. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-214. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: p. 32. Abstract.

Turner, David P.; Guzy, Michael; Lefsky, Michael A.; Ritts, William D.; Van Tuyl, Steve; Law, Beverly E. 2004. Monitoring forest carbon sequestration with remote sensing and carbon cycle modeling. Environmental Management. 33(4): 457-486.

Tyree, Melvin T. 1994. Ion transport across leaf cuticles: concepts and mechanisms. In: Percy, K.E.; Cape, J.N.; others, eds. Air pollutants and the leaf cuticle. NATO ASI Series G: Ecological Sciences, Vol. 36. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag: 55-65.

Tyree, Melvin T.; Davis, Stephen D.; Cochard, Herve. 1994. Biophysical perspectives of xylem evolution: Is there a tradeoff of hydraulic efficiency for vulnerability to dysfunction? IAWA Journal. 15(4): 335-360.

Tyree, Melvin T.; Ewers, Frank W. 1996. Hydraulic architecture of woody tropical plants. In: Mulkey, S.S.; Chazdon, R.L.; Smith, A.P., eds. Tropical Forest Plant Ecophysiology. New York: Chapman & Hall: 217-243.

Tyree, Melvin T.; Patino, Sandra; Bennink, John; Alexander, John. 1995. Dynamic measurements of root hydraulic conductance using a high-pressure flowmeter in the laboratory and field. Journal of Experimental Botany. 46(282): 83-94.

Tyree, Melvin T.; Velez, Virginia; Dalling, J.W. 1998. Growth dyamics of root and shoot hyraulic conductance in seedlings of five neotropical tree species: scaling to show possible adaptation to differing light regimes. Oecologia. 114: 293-298.

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