William M. Hammond
William M. Hammond
Assistant Professor of Plant Ecophysiology, University of Florida
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Global field observations of tree die-off reveal hotter-drought fingerprint for Earth’s forests
WM Hammond, AP Williams, JT Abatzoglou, HD Adams, T Klein, R López, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 1761, 2022
Mechanisms of woody-plant mortality under rising drought, CO2 and vapour pressure deficit
NG McDowell, G Sapes, A Pivovaroff, HD Adams, CD Allen, ...
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 3 (5), 294-308, 2022
Dead or dying? Quantifying the point of no return from hydraulic failure in drought‐induced tree mortality
WM Hammond, K Yu, LA Wilson, RE Will, WRL Anderegg, HD Adams
New Phytologist 223 (4), 1834-1843, 2019
Climate change risks to global forest health: emergence of unexpected events of elevated tree mortality worldwide
H Hartmann, A Bastos, AJ Das, A Esquivel-Muelbert, WM Hammond, ...
Annual Review of Plant Biology 73, 673-702, 2022
Identifying differences in carbohydrate dynamics of seedlings and mature trees to improve carbon allocation in models for trees and forests
H Hartmann, HD Adams, WM Hammond, G Hoch, SM Landhäusser, ...
Environmental and Experimental Botany 152, 7-18, 2018
Dying on time: traits influencing the dynamics of tree mortality risk from drought
WM Hammond, HD Adams
Tree physiology 39 (6), 906-909, 2019
Mapping invasive alien species in grassland ecosystems using airborne imaging spectroscopy and remotely observable vegetation functional traits
H Gholizadeh, MS Friedman, NA McMillan, WM Hammond, K Hassani, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 271, 112887, 2022
Causes of widespread foliar damage from the June 2021 Pacific Northwest Heat Dome: more heat than drought
CJ Still, A Sibley, D DePinte, PE Busby, CA Harrington, M Schulze, ...
Tree Physiology 43 (2), 203-209, 2023
Drought years promote bark beetle outbreaks in Mexican forests of Abies religiosa and Pinus pseudostrobus
E Gómez-Pineda, WM Hammond, O Trejo-Ramirez, M Gil-Fernández, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 505, 119944, 2022
Leaf habit affects the distribution of drought sensitivity but not water transport efficiency in the tropics
G Vargas G, N Kunert, WM Hammond, ZC Berry, LK Werden, ...
Ecology letters 25 (12), 2637-2650, 2022
A thin line between life and death: radial sap flux failure signals trajectory to tree mortality
WM Hammond, DM Johnson, FC Meinzer
Plant, Cell & Environment 44 (5), 1311-1314, 2021
A matter of life and death: Alternative stable states in trees, from xylem to ecosystems
WM Hammond
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3, 560409, 2020
Aridity‐dependent sequence of water potentials for stomatal closure and hydraulic dysfunctions in woody plants
Y Jin, G Hao, WM Hammond, K Yu, X Liu, Q Ye, Z Zhou, C Wang
Global Change Biology 29 (7), 2030-2040, 2023
Picture worth a thousand words: Updating repeat photography for 21st century ecologists
WM Hammond, MEB Stone, PA Stone
Ecology and Evolution 10 (24), 14113-14121, 2020
Hydraulic variability of tropical forests is largely independent of water availability
CM Smith‐Martin, R Muscarella, WM Hammond, S Jansen, TJ Brodribb, ...
Ecology Letters 26 (11), 1829-1839, 2023
Increased hydraulic risk in assemblages of woody plant species predicts spatial patterns of drought-induced mortality
P Sanchez-Martinez, M Mencuccini, R García-Valdés, WM Hammond, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 7 (10), 1620-1632, 2023
The effect of prescribed fire on Biscogniauxia infection and δ13C in an upland oak-pine forest
AJ Freeman, WM Hammond, JR Dee, RC Cobb, SM Marek, HD Adams
Forest Ecology and Management 451, 117525, 2019
Climate-induced tree-mortality pulses are obscured by broad-scale and long-term greening
Y Yan, S Piao, WM Hammond, A Chen, S Hong, H Xu, SM Munson, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 8 (5), 912-923, 2024
Detecting the invasive Lespedeza cuneata in grasslands using commercial small satellite imagery
MNA Rakotoarivony, H Gholizadeh, WM Hammond, K Hassani, O Joshi, ...
International Journal of Remote Sensing 44 (21), 6802-6824, 2023
Rooting depth and xylem vulnerability are independent woody plant traits jointly selected by aridity, seasonality, and water table depth
DC Laughlin, A Siefert, JR Fleri, SJ Tumber‐Dávila, WM Hammond, ...
New Phytologist 240 (5), 1774-1787, 2023
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