Georgianne W. Moore, Ph.D.

2004 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Environmental Sciences, Hydrology, Ecology Biology
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Barbara Bond grad student 1999-2003 Oregon State
 (Drivers of variability in transpiration and implications for stream flow in forests of western Oregon.)
Julia Allen Jones grad student 1999-2004 Oregon State
 (Drivers of variability in transpiration and implications for stream flow in forests of western Oregon.)
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Solander KC, Newman BD, Carioca de Araujo A, et al. (2020) The pantropical response of soil moisture to El Niño Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 24: 2303-2322
Song J, Miller GR, Cahill AT, et al. (2020) Modeling land surface processes over a mountainous rainforest inCosta Rica using CLM4.5 and CLM5 Geoscientific Model Development Discussions. 1-33
Deshpande AG, Boutton TW, Lafon CW, et al. (2020) Bottomland hardwood forest growth and stress response tohydroclimatic variation: Evidence from dendrochronology andtree-ring δ 13 C values Biogeosciences Discussions. 1-28
Klockow PA, Putman EB, Vogel JG, et al. (2020) Allometry and structural volume change of standing dead southern pine trees using non-destructive terrestrial LiDAR Remote Sensing of Environment. 241: 111729
Birkel C, Correa‐Barahona A, Martinez‐Martinez M, et al. (2020) Headwaters drive streamflow and lowland tracer export in a large‐scale humid tropical catchment Hydrological Processes. 34: 3824-3841
Grossiord C, Christoffersen B, Alonso-Rodríguez AM, et al. (2019) Precipitation mediates sap flux sensitivity to evaporative demand in the neotropics. Oecologia
Hargis H, Gotsch SG, Porada P, et al. (2019) Arboreal Epiphytes in the Soil-Atmosphere Interface: How Often Are the Biggest “Buckets” in the Canopy Empty? Geosciences. 9: 342
Edgar CB, Westfall JA, Klockow PA, et al. (2019) Interpreting effects of multiple, large-scale disturbances using national forest inventory data: A case study of standing dead trees in east Texas, USA Forest Ecology and Management. 437: 27-40
Birkel C, Moore GW, Zambrano‐Bigiarini M. (2019) Hydrological Processes Special Issue “Hydrological processes across climatic and geomorphological gradients of Latin America” Hydrological Processes. 34: 156-158
Putman EB, Popescu SC, Eriksson M, et al. (2018) Detecting and quantifying standing dead tree structural loss with reconstructed tree models using voxelized terrestrial lidar data Remote Sensing of Environment. 209: 52-65
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