Anthony R Ambrose


Ambrose A.R., W.L. Baxter, R.E. Martin, E. Francis, G.P. Asner, K.R. Nydick and T.E. Dawson (2018) Leaf- and crown-level adjustments help giant sequoias maintain favorable water status during severe drought. Forest Ecology and Management In Press.

Martin R.E., G.P. Asner, E. Francis, A.R. Ambrose, W.L. Baxter, A.J. Das, N. Vaughn, T. Paz-Kagan, T.E. Dawson, K.R. Nydick, N.L. Stephenson (2018) Remote measurement of canopy water content in giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) during drought. Forest Ecology and Management In Press.

Nydick K.R., N.L Stephenson, A.R. Ambrose, G.P. Asner, W.L. Baxter, A.J. Das, R.E. Martin and T. Paz-Kagan (2018) The Leaf to Landscape Project: understanding mechanisms and spatial patterns of drought vulnerability for giant sequoia, Sierra Nevada, CA. Forest Ecology and Management In Revision.

Ambrose A.R., W.L. Baxter, C.S. Wong, S.S.O. Burgess, C.B. Williams, R. Naesborg, G.W. Koch and T.E. Dawson (2016) Hydraulic constraints modify optimal photosynthetic profiles in giant sequoia trees. Oecologia 182: 713-730.

Ambrose A.R., W.L. Baxter, C.W. Wong, C.W. Williams, R.S. Naesborg and T.E. Dawson (2015) Contrasting drought response strategies in California redwoods. Tree Physiology 35: 453-469.

Sillett S.C., R. Van Pelt, A.L. Carroll, R.D. Kramer, A.R. Ambrose and D. Trask (2015) How do tree structure and old age affect growth potential of California redwoods? Ecological Monographs 85: 181-212.

Carbone M.S., A.P. Williams, A.R. Ambrose, C.M. Boot, E.S. Bradley, T.E. Dawson, S.M. Schaeffer, J.P. Schimel and C.J. Still (2013) Cloud shading and fog drip influence the metabolism of a coastal pine ecosystem. Global Change Biology 19: 484-497.

Carbone M.S., C.J. Still, A.R. Ambrose, T.E. Dawson, A.P. Williams, C.M. Boot, S.M. Schaeffer and J.P. Schimel (2011) Seasonal and episodic moisture controls on plant and microbial contributions to soil respiration. Oecologia 167: 265-27.

Ambrose A.R., S.C. Sillett, G.W. Koch, R. Van Pelt, M.E. Antoine and T.E. Dawson (2010) Effects of height on treetop transpiration and stomatal conductance in coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens). Tree Physiology 30: 1260-1272.

Sillett S.C., R. Van Pelt, G.W. Koch, A.R. Ambrose, A.S. Carroll and B.M. Mifsud (2010) Increasing wood production through old age in tall trees. Forest Ecology and Management 259: 976-994.

Ambrose A.R., S.C. Sillett and T.E. Dawson (2009) Effects of tree height on branch hydraulics, leaf structure and gas exchange in California redwoods. Plant, Cell and Environment 32: 743-757.

Dawson T.E., S.B. Burgess, K.P. Tu, R. Oliviera, L.B. Santiago, J.B. Fisher, K.S. Simonin and A.R. Ambrose (2007) Nighttime transpiration in woody plants from contrasting ecosystems. Tree Physiology 27: 561-575.


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