Stephanie Pau, Ph.D.

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2009 University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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relationship between climatic variations and vegetation response at different spatial and temporal scales
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Glen M. MacDonald grad student 2009 UCLA
 (The diversity and endangerment of Hawaiian dry forests and their role as a signal for climate change.)
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Pau S, Still CJ. (2014) Phenology and productivity of C3 and C4 grasslands in Hawaii. Plos One. 9: e107396
Still CJ, Pau S, Edwards EJ. (2014) Land surface skin temperature captures thermal environments of C3 and C4 grasses Global Ecology and Biogeography. 23: 286-296
Gillespie TW, O'Neill K, Keppel G, et al. (2014) Prioritizing conservation of tropical dry forests in the Pacific Oryx. 48: 337-344
Pau S, Edwards EJ, Still CJ. (2013) Improving our understanding of environmental controls on the distribution of C3 and C4 grasses. Global Change Biology. 19: 184-96
Cook BI, Pau S. (2013) A global assessment of long-term greening and browning trends in pasture lands using the GIMMS LAI3g dataset Remote Sensing. 5: 2492-2512
Gillespie TW, Keppel G, Pau S, et al. (2013) Scaling species richness and endemism of tropical dry forests on oceanic islands Diversity and Distributions. 19: 896-906
Davies TJ, Wolkovich EM, Kraft NJB, et al. (2013) Phylogenetic conservatism in plant phenology Journal of Ecology. 101: 1520-1530
Pau S, Wolkovich EM, Cook BI, et al. (2013) Clouds and temperature drive dynamic changes in tropical flower production Nature Climate Change. 3: 838-842
Rovzar C, Gillespie TW, Kawelo K, et al. (2013) Modelling the potential distribution of endangered, endemic Hibiscus brackenridgei on oahu to assess the impacts of climate change and prioritize conservation efforts Pacific Conservation Biology. 19: 156-168
Cleland EE, Allen JM, Crimmins TM, et al. (2012) Phenological tracking enables positive species responses to climate change. Ecology. 93: 1765-71
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