Rodney Will
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Increased vapor pressure deficit due to higher temperature leads to greater transpiration and faster mortality during drought for tree seedlings common to the forest–grassland …
RE Will, SM Wilson, CB Zou, TC Hennessey
New Phytologist 200 (2), 366-374, 2013
The critical amplifying role of increasing atmospheric moisture demand on tree mortality and associated regional die-off
DD Breshears, HD Adams, D Eamus, NG McDowell, DJ Law, RE Will, ...
Frontiers in plant science 4, 266, 2013
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
JK Hiers, JJ O'Brien, RE Will, RJ Mitchell
Ecological Applications 17 (3), 806-814, 2007
Diurnal and seasonal variability in the radial distribution of sap flow: predicting total stem flow in Pinus taeda trees
CR Ford, CE Goranson, RJ Mitchell, RE Will, RO Teskey
Tree physiology 24 (9), 951-960, 2004
Meeting global policy commitments: carbon sequestration and southern pine forests
KH Johnsen, D Wear, R Oren, RO Teskey, F Sanchez, R Will, J Butnor, ...
Journal of Forestry 99 (4), 14-21, 2001
Biomass Partitioning and Growth Efficiency of Intensively Managed Pinus taeda and Pinus elliottii Stands of Different Planting Densities
E Colter Burkes, RE Will, GA Barron-Gafford, RO Teskey, B Shiver
Forest Science 49 (2), 224-234, 2003
Effect of complete competition control and annual fertilization on stem growth and canopy relations for a chronosequence of loblolly pine plantations in the lower coastal plain …
BE Borders, RE Will, D Markewitz, A Clark, R Hendrick, RO Teskey, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 192 (1), 21-37, 2004
Acclimation of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) seedlings to high temperatures
RO Teskey, RE Will
Tree physiology 19 (8), 519-525, 1999
Effects of planting density on canopy dynamics and stem growth for intensively managed loblolly pine stands
RE Will, NV Narahari, BD Shiver, RO Teskey
Forest Ecology and Management 205 (1-3), 29-41, 2005
Relationship between intercepted radiation, net photosynthesis, respiration, and rate of stem volume growth of Pinus taeda and Pinus elliottii stands of different densities
RE Will, GA Barron, EC Burkes, B Shiver, RO Teskey
Forest Ecology and Management 154 (1-2), 155-163, 2001
Alteration of hydrological processes and streamflow with juniper (Juniperus virginiana) encroachment in a mesic grassland catchment
CB Zou, DJ Turton, RE Will, DM Engle, SD Fuhlendorf
Hydrological Processes 28 (26), 6173-6182, 2014
Modeling canopy transpiration using time series analysis: a case study illustrating the effect of soil moisture deficit on Pinus taeda
CR Ford, CE Goranson, RJ Mitchell, RE Will, RO Teskey
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 130 (3-4), 163-175, 2005
Effects of annual fertilization and complete competition control on current annual increment, foliar development, and growth efficiency of different aged Pinus taeda stands
RE Will, GT Munger, Y Zhang, BE Borders
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32 (10), 1728-1740, 2002
Nitrogen and phosphorus dynamics for 13-year-old loblolly pine stands receiving complete competition control and annual N fertilizer
RE Will, D Markewitz, RL Hendrick, DF Meason, TR Crocker, BE Borders
Forest ecology and management 227 (1-2), 155-168, 2006
Nutrient Concentrations and Contents, and their Relation to Stem Growth, of Intensively Managed Pinus taeda and Pinus elliottii Stands of Different Planting …
GA Barron-Gafford, RE Will, E Colter Burkes, B Shiver, RO Teskey
Forest Science 49 (2), 291-300, 2003
Morphological and physiological traits in the success of the invasive plant Lespedeza cuneata
BW Allred, SD Fuhlendorf, TA Monaco, RE Will
Biological Invasions 12, 739-749, 2010
Effect of elevated carbon dioxide concentration and root restriction on net photosynthesis, water relations and foliar carbohydrate status of loblolly pine seedlings
RE Will, RO Teskey
Tree Physiology 17 (10), 655-661, 1997
Canopy interception for a tallgrass prairie under juniper encroachment
CB Zou, GL Caterina, RE Will, E Stebler, D Turton
PLoS One 10 (11), e0141422, 2015
Water use of Juniperus virginiana trees encroached into mesic prairies in Oklahoma, USA
GL Caterina, RE Will, DJ Turton, DS Wilson, CB Zou
Ecohydrology 7 (4), 1124-1134, 2014
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