Kurt S. Pregitzer

Affiliations: 
Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
Area:
Environmental Sciences, Forestry and Wildlife Agriculture, Ecology Biology, Biogeochemistry
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Pregitzer CC, Ashton MS, Charlop-Powers S, et al. (2019) Defining and assessing urban forests to inform management and policy Environmental Research Letters. 14: 85002
Xia M, Talhelm AF, Pregitzer KS. (2018) Long-Term Simulated Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition Alters Leaf and Fine Root Decomposition. Ecosystems (New York, N.Y.). 21: 1-14
Ibáñez I, Zak DR, Burton AJ, et al. (2018) Anthropogenic nitrogen deposition ameliorates the decline in tree growth caused by a drier climate. Ecology
Xia M, Talhelm AF, Pregitzer KS. (2017) Chronic nitrogen deposition influences the chemical dynamics of leaf litter and fine roots during decomposition. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 112: 24-34
Smith AMS, Talhelm AF, Johnson DM, et al. (2017) Effects of fire radiative energy density dose on Pinus contorta and Larix occidentalis seedling physiology and mortality International Journal of Wildland Fire. 26: 82
Ibáñez I, Zak DR, Burton AJ, et al. (2016) Chronic nitrogen deposition alters tree allometric relationships: implications for biomass production and carbon storage. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 26: 913-25
Ibáñez I, Zak DR, Burton AJ, et al. (2016) Chronic nitrogen deposition alters tree allometric relationships: Implications for biomass production and carbon storage Ecological Applications. 26: 913-925
Voelker SL, Brooks JR, Meinzer FC, et al. (2015) A dynamic leaf gas-exchange strategy is conserved in woody plants under changing ambient CO2 : evidence from carbon isotope discrimination in paleo and CO2 enrichment studies. Global Change Biology
Xia M, Talhelm AF, Pregitzer KS. (2015) Fine roots are the dominant source of recalcitrant plant litter in sugar maple-dominated northern hardwood forests. The New Phytologist. 208: 715-26
McCormack ML, Dickie IA, Eissenstat DM, et al. (2015) Redefining fine roots improves understanding of below-ground contributions to terrestrial biosphere processes. The New Phytologist. 207: 505-18
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