Kimberly O'Keefe
Kimberly O'Keefe
Assistant Professor, Saint Edward's University
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Drivers of nocturnal water flux in a tallgrass prairie
K O'Keefe, JB Nippert
Functional Ecology 32 (5), 1155-1167, 2018
Plant water uptake along a diversity gradient provides evidence for complementarity in hydrological niches
K O'Keefe, JB Nippert, KA McCulloh
Oikos 128 (12), 1748-1760, 2019
Bridging the flux gap: Sap flow measurements reveal species‐specific patterns of water use in a tallgrass prairie
K O'Keefe, DM Bell, KA McCulloh, JB Nippert
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 125 (2), e2019JG005446, 2020
Physiological responses of germinant Pinus palustris and P. taeda seedlings to water stress and the significance of the grass-stage
J Hart, K O'Keefe, SP Augustine, KA McCulloh
Forest Ecology and Management 458, 117647, 2020
Grazing by bison is a stronger driver of plant ecohydrology in tallgrass prairie than fire history
K O’Keefe, JB Nippert
Plant and soil 411, 423-436, 2017
Savanna tree seedlings are physiologically tolerant to nighttime freeze events
K O’Keefe, JB Nippert, AM Swemmer
Frontiers in Plant Science 7, 179280, 2016
Comparative ecohydrology between Cornus drummondii and Solidago canadensis in upland tallgrass prairie
AT Muench, K O’Keefe, JB Nippert
Plant ecology 217, 267-276, 2016
Beneath the bark: Assessing woody stem water and carbon fluxes and its prevalence across climates and the woody plant phylogeny
ZC Berry, E Ávila-Lovera, ME De Guzman, K O’Keefe, NC Emery
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 675299, 2021
At least it is a dry cold: the global distribution of freeze–thaw and drought stress and the traits that may impart poly-tolerance in conifers
KA McCulloh, SP Augustine, A Goke, R Jordan, CP Krieg, K O’Keefe, ...
Tree Physiology 43 (1), 1-15, 2023
Impacts of riparian and non-riparian woody encroachment on tallgrass prairie ecohydrology
RM Keen, JB Nippert, PL Sullivan, Z Ratajczak, B Ritchey, K O’Keefe, ...
Ecosystems 26 (2), 290-301, 2023
N and P constrain C in ecosystems under climate change: Role of nutrient redistribution, accumulation, and stoichiometry
EB Rastetter, BL Kwiatkowski, DW Kicklighter, A Barker Plotkin, H Genet, ...
Ecological Applications 32 (8), e2684, 2022
An assessment of diurnal water uptake in a mesic prairie: evidence for hydraulic lift?
K O’Keefe, JB Nippert
Oecologia 183 (4), 963-975, 2017
Population origin and genome size do not impact Panicum virgatum (switchgrass) responses to variable precipitation
K O'Keefe, N Tomeo, JB Nippert, CJ Springer
Ecosphere 4 (3), 1-19, 2013
Elevated [CO2] does not ameliorate the negative consequences of infection with the xylem-limited bacteria Xylella fastidiosa in Quercus rubra seedlings
K O'Keefe, C Del Cid, C Arango, W Puetz, CJ Springer
Castanea 78 (3), 216-226, 2013
Root traits reveal safety and efficiency differences in grasses and shrubs exposed to different fire regimes
K O'Keefe, S Bachle, R Keen, EG Tooley, JB Nippert
Functional Ecology 36 (2), 368-379, 2022
Do invasive jumping worms impact sugar maple (Acer saccharum) water-use dynamics in a Central Hardwoods forest?
K O’Keefe, KA McCulloh
Biological Invasions 23 (1), 129-141, 2021
Spatio-temporal differences in leaf physiology are associated with fire, not drought, in a clonally integrated shrub
ER Wedel, K O’Keefe, JB Nippert, B Hoch, RC O’Connor
AoB Plants 13 (4), plab037, 2021
Patterns and ecological consequences of water uptake, redistribution, and loss in tallgrass prairie
K O'Keefe
Kansas State University, 2016
Biofuel development from cellulosic sources
K O’Keefe, CJ Springer, J Grennell, SC Davis
Ecology and the Environment, 601-629, 2014
Using root and soil traits to forecast woody encroachment dynamics in mesic grassland
JB Nippert, K McCulloh, K Wilcox, K O'Keefe, R Keen, A Chen
Kansas State Univ., Manhattan, KS (United States), 2023
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