Thomas G. Pypker, Ph.D.

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2005 Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
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Forestry and Wildlife Agriculture, Hydrology, Ecology Biology
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Barbara Bond grad student 2005 Oregon State
 (The influence of canopy structure and epiphytes on the hydrology of Douglas -fir forests.)
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Gutierrez Lopez J, Licata J, Pypker T, et al. (2018) Effects of heater wattage on sap flux density estimates using an improved tree-cut experiment. Tree Physiology
Brum M, Gutiérrez López J, Asbjornsen H, et al. (2018) ENSO effects on the transpiration of eastern Amazon trees. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 373
Davis JC, Shannon JP, Bolton NW, et al. (2017) Vegetation responses to simulated emerald ash borer infestation in Fraxinus nigra dominated wetlands of Upper Michigan, USA Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 47: 319-330
Van Grinsven MJ, Shannon JP, Davis JC, et al. (2017) Source water contributions and hydrologic responses to simulated emerald ash borer infestations in depressional black ash wetlands Ecohydrology. 10: e1862
Sadeghi SM, Attarod P, Van Stan JT, et al. (2016) The importance of considering rainfall partitioning in afforestation initiatives in semiarid climates: A comparison of common planted tree species in Tehran, Iran. The Science of the Total Environment
Chimner RA, Pypker TG, Hribljan JA, et al. (2016) Multi-decadal Changes in Water Table Levels Alter Peatland Carbon Cycling Ecosystems. 20: 1042-1057
Van Stan JT, Pypker TG. (2015) A review and evaluation of forest canopy epiphyte roles in the partitioning and chemical alteration of precipitation. The Science of the Total Environment. 536: 813-24
Watkins DW, de Moraes MM, Asbjornsen H, et al. (2015) Bioenergy Development Policy and Practice Must Recognize Potential Hydrologic Impacts: Lessons from the Americas. Environmental Management
Sadeghi SMM, Attarod P, Van Stan JT, et al. (2015) Efficiency of the reformulated Gash's interception model in semiarid afforestations Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 201: 76-85
Attarod P, Sadeghi SMM, Pypker TG, et al. (2015) Needle-leaved trees impacts on rainfall interception and canopy storage capacity in an arid environment New Forests. 46: 339-355
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