Brent E. Ewers - Publications

Botany University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States 
Ecology Biology, Botany Biology, Biogeochemistry

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2021 Adjesiwor AT, Ballenger JG, Weinig C, Ewers BE, Kniss AR. Plastic response to early shade avoidance cues has season-long effect on Beta vulgaris growth and development. Plant, Cell & Environment. PMID 34424563 DOI: 10.1111/pce.14171  1
2020 Pastorello G, Trotta C, Canfora E, Chu H, Christianson D, Cheah YW, Poindexter C, Chen J, Elbashandy A, Humphrey M, Isaac P, Polidori D, Ribeca A, van Ingen C, Zhang L, ... ... Ewers B, et al. The FLUXNET2015 dataset and the ONEFlux processing pipeline for eddy covariance data. Scientific Data. 7: 225. PMID 32647314 DOI: 10.1038/S41597-020-0534-3  1
2020 Pleban JR, Guadagno CR, Mackay DS, Weinig C, Ewers BE. Rapid chlorophyll a fluorescence light response curves mechanistically inform photosynthesis modeling. Plant Physiology. PMID 32152213 DOI: 10.1104/Pp.19.00375  1
2019 Beverly DP, Guadagno CR, Bretfeld M, Speckman HN, Albeke SE, Ewers BE. Hydraulic and photosynthetic responses of big sagebrush to the 2017 total solar eclipse. Scientific Reports. 9: 8839. PMID 31222163 DOI: 10.1038/S41598-019-45400-Y  0.01
2019 Wang DR, Guadagno CR, Mao X, Mackay DS, Pleban JR, Baker RL, Weinig C, Jannink JL, Ewers BE. A framework for genomics-informed ecophysiological modeling in plants. Journal of Experimental Botany. PMID 30825375 DOI: 10.1093/Jxb/Erz090  1
2018 Hubbard CJ, Li B, McMinn R, Brock MT, Maignien L, Ewers BE, Kliebenstein D, Weinig C. The effect of rhizosphere microbes outweighs host plant genetics in reducing insect herbivory. Molecular Ecology. PMID 30582660 DOI: 10.1111/Mec.14989  1
2018 Ward EJ, Oren R, Kim HS, Kim D, Tor-Ngern P, Ewers BE, McCarthy HR, Oishi AC, Pataki DE, Palmroth S, Phillips NG, Schäfer KVR. Evapotranspiration and water yield of a pine-broadleaf forest are not altered by long-term atmospheric [CO ] enrichment under native or enhanced soil fertility. Global Change Biology. PMID 29949220 DOI: 10.1111/Gcb.14363  1
2018 Pleban JR, Mackay DS, Aston TL, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Phenotypic Trait Identification Using a Multimodel Bayesian Method: A Case Study Using Photosynthesis in Genotypes. Frontiers in Plant Science. 9: 448. PMID 29719545 DOI: 10.3389/Fpls.2018.00448  1
2018 Yarkhunova Y, Guadagno CR, Rubin MJ, Davis SJ, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Circadian rhythms are associated with variation in photosystem II function and photoprotective mechanisms. Plant, Cell & Environment. PMID 29664141 DOI: 10.1111/Pce.13216  1
2018 Salmela MJ, McMinn RL, Guadagno CR, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Circadian Rhythms and Reproductive Phenology Covary in a Natural Plant Population. Journal of Biological Rhythms. 748730418764525. PMID 29589511 DOI: 10.1177/0748730418764525  1
2018 Guadagno CR, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Circadian Rhythms and Redox State in Plants: Till Stress Do Us Part. Frontiers in Plant Science. 9: 247. PMID 29556244 DOI: 10.3389/Fpls.2018.00247  1
2018 Bretfeld M, Ewers BE, Hall JS. Plant water use responses along secondary forest succession during the 2015-2016 El Niño drought in Panama. The New Phytologist. PMID 29504138 DOI: 10.1111/Nph.15071  0.01
2017 Hubbard CJ, Brock MT, van Diepen LT, Maignien L, Ewers BE, Weinig C. The plant circadian clock influences rhizosphere community structure and function. The Isme Journal. PMID 29053146 DOI: 10.1038/Ismej.2017.172  1
2017 Adams HD, Zeppel MJB, Anderegg WRL, Hartmann H, Landhäusser SM, Tissue DT, Huxman TE, Hudson PJ, Franz TE, Allen CD, Anderegg LDL, Barron-Gafford GA, Beerling DJ, Breshears DD, Brodribb TJ, ... ... Ewers BE, et al. A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1: 1285-1291. PMID 29046541 DOI: 10.1038/S41559-017-0248-X  1
2017 Greenham K, Guadagno CR, Gehan MA, Mockler TC, Weinig C, Ewers BE, McClung CR. Temporal network analysis identifies early physiological and transcriptomic indicators of mild drought in Brassica rapa. Elife. 6. PMID 28826479 DOI: 10.7554/Elife.29655  1
2017 Brock MT, Winkelman RL, Rubin MJ, Edwards CE, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Allocation to male vs female floral function varies by currency and responds differentially to density and moisture stress. Heredity. PMID 28767102 DOI: 10.1038/Hdy.2017.41  1
2017 Guadagno CR, Ewers BE, Speckman HN, Aston TL, Huhn BJ, DeVore SB, Ladwig JT, Strawn RN, Weinig C. Dead or alive? Using membrane failure and chlorophyll fluorescence to predict mortality from drought. Plant Physiology. PMID 28710130 DOI: 10.1104/Pp.16.00581  1
2017 Baker RL, Yarkhunova Y, Vidal K, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Polyploidy and the relationship between leaf structure and function: implications for correlated evolution of anatomy, morphology, and physiology in Brassica. Bmc Plant Biology. 17: 3. PMID 28056801 DOI: 10.1186/S12870-016-0957-3  1
2017 Greenham K, Guadagno CR, Gehan MA, Mockler TC, Weinig C, Ewers BE, McClung CR. Author response: Temporal network analysis identifies early physiological and transcriptomic indicators of mild drought in Brassica rapa Elife. DOI: 10.7554/Elife.29655.026  1
2017 Millar DJ, Ewers BE, Mackay DS, Peckham S, Reed DE, Sekoni A. Improving ecosystem‐scale modeling of evapotranspiration using ecological mechanisms that account for compensatory responses following disturbance Water Resources Research. 53: 7853-7868. DOI: 10.1002/2017Wr020823  1
2016 Salmela MJ, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Natural quantitative genetic variance in plant growth differs in response to ecologically relevant temperature heterogeneity. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 7574-7585. PMID 30128112 DOI: 10.1002/Ece3.2482  1
2016 Edwards CE, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Genotypic variation in biomass allocation in response to field drought has a greater affect on yield than gas exchange or phenology. Bmc Plant Biology. 16: 185. PMID 27558796 DOI: 10.1186/S12870-016-0876-3  1
2016 Frank JM, Massman WJ, Swiatek E, Zimmerman HA, Ewers BE. All sonic anemometers need to correct for transducer and structural shadowing in their velocity measurements Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. 33: 149-167. DOI: 10.1175/Jtech-D-15-0171.1  1
2016 Anderegg WRL, Martinez-Vilalta J, Cailleret M, Camarero JJ, Ewers BE, Galbraith D, Gessler A, Grote R, Huang Cy, Levick SR, Powell TL, Rowland L, Sánchez-Salguero R, Trotsiuk V. When a Tree Dies in the Forest: Scaling Climate-Driven Tree Mortality to Ecosystem Water and Carbon Fluxes Ecosystems. 1-15. DOI: 10.1007/S10021-016-9982-1  1
2016 Reed DE, Ewers BE, Pendall E, Frank J, Kelly R. Bark beetle-induced tree mortality alters stand energy budgets due to water budget changes Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 1-13. DOI: 10.1007/S00704-016-1965-9  1
2015 Yarkhunova Y, Edwards CE, Ewers BE, Baker RL, Aston TL, McClung CR, Lou P, Weinig C. Selection during crop diversification involves correlated evolution of the circadian clock and ecophysiological traits in Brassica rapa. The New Phytologist. PMID 26618783 DOI: 10.1111/Nph.13758  1
2015 Salmela MJ, Greenham K, Lou P, McClung CR, Ewers BE, Weinig C. Variation in circadian rhythms is maintained among and within populations in Boechera stricta. Plant, Cell & Environment. PMID 26514754 DOI: 10.1111/Pce.12670  1
2015 Xie Q, Lou P, Hermand V, Aman R, Park HJ, Yun DJ, Kim WY, Salmela MJ, Ewers BE, Weinig C, Khan SL, Schaible DL, McClung CR. Allelic polymorphism of GIGANTEA is responsible for naturally occurring variation in circadian period in Brassica rapa. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 3829-34. PMID 25775524 DOI: 10.1073/Pnas.1421803112  1
2015 Norton U, Ewers BE, Borkhuu B, Brown NR, Pendall E. Soil nitrogen five years after bark beetle infestation in lodgepole pine forests Soil Science Society of America Journal. 79: 282-293. DOI: 10.2136/Sssaj2014.05.0223  1
2015 Cleary MB, Naithani KJ, Ewers BE, Pendall E. Upscaling CO2 fluxes using leaf, soil and chamber measurements across successional growth stages in a sagebrush steppe ecosystem Journal of Arid Environments. 121: 43-51. DOI: 10.1016/J.Jaridenv.2015.05.013  1
2015 Borkhuu B, Peckham SD, Ewers BE, Norton U, Pendall E. Does soil respiration decline following bark beetle induced forest mortality? Evidence from a lodgepole pine forest Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 214: 201-207. DOI: 10.1016/J.Agrformet.2015.08.258  1
2015 Mackay DS, Roberts DE, Ewers BE, Sperry JS, McDowell NG, Pockman WT. Interdependence of chronic hydraulic dysfunction and canopy processes can improve integrated models of tree response to drought Water Resources Research. 51: 6156-6176. DOI: 10.1002/2015Wr017244  1
2014 Naithani KJ, Ewers BE, Adelman JD, Siemens DH. Abiotic and biotic controls on local spatial distribution and performance of Boechera stricta. Frontiers in Plant Science. 5: 348. PMID 25101102 DOI: 10.3389/Fpls.2014.00348  1
2014 Weinig C, Ewers BE, Welch SM. Ecological genomics and process modeling of local adaptation to climate. Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 18: 66-72. PMID 24631846 DOI: 10.1016/J.Pbi.2014.02.007  1
2014 Schlaepfer DR, Ewers BE, Shuman BN, Williams DG, Frank JM, Massman WJ, Lauenroth WK. Terrestrial water fluxes dominated by transpiration: Comment Ecosphere. 5. DOI: 10.1890/Es13-00391.1  1
2014 Reed DE, Ewers BE, Pendall E. Impact of mountain pine beetle induced mortality on forest carbon and water fluxes Environmental Research Letters. 9. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/9/10/105004  1
2014 Mitra B, Mackay DS, Pendall E, Ewers BE, Cleary MB. Does vegetation structure regulate the spatial structure of soil respiration within a sagebrush steppe ecosystem? Journal of Arid Environments. 103: 1-10. DOI: 10.1016/J.Jaridenv.2013.12.006  1
2014 Biederman JA, Brooks PD, Harpold AA, Gochis DJ, Gutmann E, Reed DE, Pendall E, Ewers BE. Multiscale observations of snow accumulation and peak snowpack following widespread, insect-induced lodgepole pine mortality Ecohydrology. 7: 150-162. DOI: 10.1002/Eco.1342  1
2014 Biederman JA, Harpold AA, Gochis DJ, Ewers BE, Reed DE, Papuga SA, Brooks PD. Increased evaporation following widespread tree mortality limits streamflow response Water Resources Research. 50: 5395-5409. DOI: 10.1002/2013Wr014994  1
2014 Frank JM, Massman WJ, Ewers BE, Huckaby LS, Negrõn JF. Ecosystem CO2/H2O fluxes are explained by hydraulically limited gas exchange during tree mortality from spruce bark beetles Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 119: 1195-1215. DOI: 10.1002/2013Jg002597  1
2013 Ewers BE. Understanding stomatal conductance responses to long-term environmental changes: a Bayesian framework that combines patterns and processes. Tree Physiology. 33: 119-22. PMID 23426064 DOI: 10.1093/Treephys/Tpt008  1
2013 Sivanpillai R, Ewers BE. Relationship between sagebrush species and structural characteristics and Landsat Thematic Mapper data Applied Vegetation Science. 16: 122-130. DOI: 10.1111/J.1654-109X.2012.01207.X  1
2013 Naithani KJ, Ewers BE, Pendall E. Corrigendum to " Sap flux-scaled transpiration and stomatal conductance response to soil and atmospheric drought in a semi-arid sagebrush ecosystem" [464-465C (2012) 176-185] Journal of Hydrology. 476: 496. DOI: 10.1016/J.Jhydrol.2012.11.001  1
2013 Frank JM, Massman WJ, Ewers BE. Underestimates of sensible heat flux due to vertical velocity measurement errors in non-orthogonal sonic anemometers Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 171: 72-81. DOI: 10.1016/J.Agrformet.2012.11.005  1
2013 Angstmann JL, Ewers BE, Barber J, Kwon H. Testing transpiration controls by quantifying spatial variability along a boreal black spruce forest drainage gradient Ecohydrology. 6: 783-793. DOI: 10.1002/Eco.1300  1
2012 Chen L, Zhang Z, Ewers BE. Urban tree species show the same hydraulic response to vapor pressure deficit across varying tree size and environmental conditions. Plos One. 7: e47882. PMID 23118904 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0047882  1
2012 Angstmann JL, Ewers BE, Kwon H. Size-mediated tree transpiration along soil drainage gradients in a boreal black spruce forest wildfire chronosequence. Tree Physiology. 32: 599-611. PMID 22539635 DOI: 10.1093/Treephys/Tps021  1
2012 Edwards CE, Ewers BE, McClung CR, Lou P, Weinig C. Quantitative variation in water-use efficiency across water regimes and its relationship with circadian, vegetative, reproductive, and leaf gas-exchange traits. Molecular Plant. 5: 653-68. PMID 22319207 DOI: 10.1093/Mp/Sss004  1
2012 Edburg SL, Hicke JA, Brooks PD, Pendall EG, Ewers BE, Norton U, Gochis D, Gutmann ED, Meddens AJH. Cascading impacts of bark beetle-caused tree mortality on coupled biogeophysical and biogeochemical processes Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 10: 416-424. DOI: 10.1890/110173  1
2012 Naithani KJ, Ewers BE, Pendall E. Sap flux-scaled transpiration and stomatal conductance response to soil and atmospheric drought in a semi-arid sagebrush ecosystem Journal of Hydrology. 464: 176-185. DOI: 10.1016/J.Jhydrol.2012.07.008  1
2012 Mackay DS, Ewers BE, Loranty MM, Kruger EL, Samanta S. Bayesian analysis of canopy transpiration models: A test of posterior parameter means against measurements Journal of Hydrology. 432: 75-83. DOI: 10.1016/J.Jhydrol.2012.02.019  1
2011 Edwards CE, Ewers BE, Williams DG, Xie Q, Lou P, Xu X, McClung CR, Weinig C. The genetic architecture of ecophysiological and circadian traits in Brassica rapa. Genetics. 189: 375-90. PMID 21750258 DOI: 10.1534/Genetics.110.125112  1
2011 Cable JM, Ogle K, Lucas RW, Huxman TE, Loik ME, Smith SD, Tissue DT, Ewers BE, Pendall E, Welker JM, Charlet TN, Cleary M, Griffith A, Nowak RS, Rogers M, et al. The temperature responses of soil respiration in deserts: A seven desert synthesis Biogeochemistry. 103: 71-90. DOI: 10.1007/S10533-010-9448-Z  1
2011 Bond-Lamberty B, Gower ST, Amiro B, Ewers BE. Measurement and modelling of bryophyte evaporation in a boreal forest chronosequence Ecohydrology. 4: 26-35. DOI: 10.1002/Eco.118  1
2010 Cleary MB, Pendall E, Ewers BE. Aboveground and belowground carbon pools after fire in mountain big sagebrush steppe Rangeland Ecology and Management. 63: 187-196. DOI: 10.2111/Rem-D-09-00117.1  1
2010 Traver E, Ewers BE, Mackay DS, Loranty MM. Tree transpiration varies spatially in response to atmospheric but not edaphic conditions Functional Ecology. 24: 273-282. DOI: 10.1111/J.1365-2435.2009.01657.X  1
2010 Loranty MM, MacKay DS, Ewers BE, Traver E, Kruger EL. Competition for light between individual trees lowers reference canopy stomatal conductance: Results from a model Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 115. DOI: 10.1029/2010Jg001377  1
2010 Wilske B, Kwon H, Wei L, Chen S, Lu N, Lin G, Xie J, Guan W, Pendall E, Ewers BE, Chen J. Evapotranspiration (ET) and regulating mechanisms in two semiarid Artemisia-dominated shrub steppes at opposite sides of the globe Journal of Arid Environments. 74: 1461-1470. DOI: 10.1016/J.Jaridenv.2010.05.013  1
2009 Edwards CE, Haselhorst MS, McKnite AM, Ewers BE, Williams DG, Weinig C. Genotypes of Brassica rapa respond differently to plant-induced variation in air CO2 concentration in growth chambers with standard and enhanced venting. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische Und Angewandte Genetik. 119: 991-1004. PMID 19603146 DOI: 10.1007/S00122-009-1103-5  1
2009 Resco V, Ewers BE, Sun W, Huxman TE, Weltzin JF, Williams DG. Drought-induced hydraulic limitations constrain leaf gas exchange recovery after precipitation pulses in the C3 woody legume, Prosopis velutina. The New Phytologist. 181: 672-82. PMID 19032443 DOI: 10.1111/J.1469-8137.2008.02687.X  1
2009 Bond-Lamberty B, Peckham SD, Gower ST, Ewers BE. Effects of fire on regional evapotranspiration in the central Canadian boreal forest Global Change Biology. 15: 1242-1254. DOI: 10.1111/J.1365-2486.2008.01776.X  1
2009 Barker CA, Amiro BD, Kwon H, Ewers BE, Angstmann JL. Evapotranspiration in intermediate-aged and mature fens and upland black spruce boreal forests Ecohydrology. 2: 462-471. DOI: 10.1002/Eco.74  1
2008 Adelman JD, Ewers BE, Mackay DS. Use of temporal patterns in vapor pressure deficit to explain spatial autocorrelation dynamics in tree transpiration. Tree Physiology. 28: 647-58. PMID 18244950 DOI: 10.1093/Treephys/28.4.647  1
2008 Knapp AK, Briggs JM, Collins SL, Archer SR, Bret-Harte MS, Ewers BE, Peters DP, Young DR, Shaver GR, Pendall E, Cleary MB. Shrub encroachment in North American grasslands: Shifts in growth form dominance rapidly alters control of ecosystem carbon inputs Global Change Biology. 14: 615-623. DOI: 10.1111/J.1365-2486.2007.01512.X  1
2008 Samanta S, Clayton MK, Mackay DS, Kruger EL, Ewers BE. Quantitative comparison of canopy conductance models using a Bayesian approach Water Resources Research. 44. DOI: 10.1029/2007Wr006761  1
2008 Loranty MM, Mackay DS, Ewers BE, Adelman JD, Kruger EL. Environmental drivers of spatial variation in whole-tree transpiration in an aspen-dominated upland-to-wetland forest gradient Water Resources Research. 44. DOI: 10.1029/2007Wr006272  1
2008 Cleary MB, Pendall E, Ewers BE. Testing sagebrush allometric relationships across three fire chronosequences in Wyoming, USA Journal of Arid Environments. 72: 285-301. DOI: 10.1016/J.Jaridenv.2007.07.013  1
2008 Kwon H, Pendall E, Ewers BE, Cleary M, Naithani K. Spring drought regulates summer net ecosystem CO2 exchange in a sagebrush-steppe ecosystem Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 148: 381-391. DOI: 10.1016/J.Agrformet.2007.09.010  1
2008 Ewers BE, Mackay DS, Tang J, Bolstad PV, Samanta S. Intercomparison of sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.) stand transpiration responses to environmental conditions from the Western Great Lakes Region of the United States Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 148: 231-246. DOI: 10.1016/J.Agrformet.2007.08.003  1
2008 Ewers BE, Pendall E. Spatial patterns in leaf area and plant functional type cover across chronosequences of sagebrush ecosystems Plant Ecology. 194: 67-83. DOI: 10.1007/S11258-007-9275-Z  1
2007 Ewers BE, Oren R, Kim HS, Bohrer G, Lai CT. Effects of hydraulic architecture and spatial variation in light on mean stomatal conductance of tree branches and crowns. Plant, Cell & Environment. 30: 483-96. PMID 17324234 DOI: 10.1111/J.1365-3040.2007.01636.X  1
2007 Ewers BE, Mackay DS, Samanta S. Interannual consistency in canopy stomatal conductance control of leaf water potential across seven tree species Tree Physiology. 27: 11-24. PMID 17169902 DOI: 10.1093/Treephys/27.1.11  1
2007 Mackay DS, Ewers BE, Cook BD, Davis KJ. Environmental drivers of evapotranspiration in a shrub wetland and an upland forest in northern Wisconsin Water Resources Research. 43. DOI: 10.1029/2006Wr005149  1
2007 Samanta S, Mackay DS, Clayton MK, Kruger EL, Ewers BE. Bayesian analysis for uncertainty estimation of a canopy transpiration model Water Resources Research. 43. DOI: 10.1029/2006Wr005028  1
2006 Tang J, Bolstad PV, Ewers BE, Desai AR, Davis KJ, Carey EV. Sap flux-upscaled canopy transpiration, stomatal conductance, and water use efficiency in an old growth forest in the Great Lakes region of the United States Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 111. DOI: 10.1029/2005Jg000083  1
2005 Ewers BE, Gower ST, Bond-Lamberty B, Wang CK. Effects of stand age and tree species on canopy transpiration and average stomatal conductance of boreal forests Plant, Cell and Environment. 28: 660-678. DOI: 10.1111/J.1365-3040.2005.01312.X  1
2004 Mackay DS, Samanta S, Ewers BE. A parameter restriction and selection scheme for distributed land surface models and their supporting databases Annual Conference of the North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society - Nafips. 2: 966.  1
2003 Mackay DS, Ahl DE, Gower ST, Samanta S, Ewers BE, Burrows SN. Automated parameterization of land surface process models using fuzzy logic Transactions in Gis. 7: 139-153. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9671.00134  1
2003 Mackay DS, Ahl DE, Ewers BE, Samanta S, Gower ST, Burrows SN. Physiological tradeoffs in the parameterization of a model of canopy transpiration Advances in Water Resources. 26: 179-194. DOI: 10.1016/S0309-1708(02)00090-8  1
2002 Mackay DS, Ahl DE, Ewers BE, Gower ST, Burrows SN, Samanta S, Davis KJ. Effects of aggregated classifications of forest composition on estimates of evapotranspiration in a northern Wisconsin forest Global Change Biology. 8: 1253-1265. DOI: 10.1046/J.1365-2486.2002.00554.X  1
2002 Ewers BE, Mackay DS, Gower ST, Ahl DE, Burrows SN, Samanta SS. Tree species effects on stand transpiration in northern Wisconsin Water Resources Research. 38: 81-811. DOI: 10.1029/2001Wr000830  1
2001 Oren R, Sperry JS, Ewers BE, Pataki DE, Phillips N, Megonigal JP. Sensitivity of mean canopy stomatal conductance to vapor pressure deficit in a flooded Taxodium distichum L. forest: hydraulic and non-hydraulic effects. Oecologia. 126: 21-29. PMID 28547434 DOI: 10.1007/S004420000497  1
2001 Ewers BE, Oren R, Phillips N, Strömgren M, Linder S. Mean canopy stomatal conductance responses to water and nutrient availabilities in Picea abies and Pinus taeda Tree Physiology. 21: 841-850. PMID 11498331 DOI: 10.1093/Treephys/21.12-13.841  1
2001 Oren R, Ellsworth DS, Johnsen KH, Phillips N, Ewers BE, Maier C, Schäfer KV, McCarthy H, Hendrey G, McNulty SG, Katul GG. Soil fertility limits carbon sequestration by forest ecosystems in a CO2-enriched atmosphere. Nature. 411: 469-72. PMID 11373677 DOI: 10.1038/35078064  1
2001 Ewers BE, Oren R, Johnsen KH, Landsberg JJ. Estimating maximum mean canopy stomatal conductance for use in models Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 31: 198-207. DOI: 10.1139/cjfr-31-2-198  1
2001 Oren R, Sperry JS, Ewers BE, Pataki DE, Phillips N, Megonigal JP. Sensitivity of mean canopy stomatal conductance to vapor pressure deficit in a flooded Taxodium distichum L. forest: Hydraulic and non-hydraulic effects Oecologia. 126: 21-29. DOI: 10.1007/s004420000497  1
2000 Ewers BE, Oren R. Analyses of assumptions and errors in the calculation of stomatal conductance from sap flux measurements. Tree Physiology. 20: 579-589. PMID 12651422 DOI: 10.1093/Treephys/20.9.579  1
2000 Ewers BE, Oren R, Sperry JS. Influence of nutrient versus water supply on hydraulic architecture and water balance in Pinus taeda Plant, Cell and Environment. 23: 1055-1066. DOI: 10.1046/J.1365-3040.2000.00625.X  1
2000 Hacke UG, Sperry JS, Ewers BE, Ellsworth DS, Schäfer KVR, Oren R. Influence of soil porosity on water use in Pinus taeda Oecologia. 124: 495-505.  1
1999 Oren R, Phillips N, Ewers BE, Pataki DE, Megonigal JP. Sap-flux-scaled transpiration responses to light, vapor pressure deficit, and leaf area reduction in a flooded Taxodium distichum forest. Tree Physiology. 19: 337-347. PMID 12651555 DOI: 10.1093/Treephys/19.6.337  1
1999 Ewers BE, Oren R, Albaugh TJ, Dougherty PM. Carry-over effects of water and nutrient supply on water use of Pinus taeda Ecological Applications. 9: 513-525. DOI: 10.1890/1051-0761(1999)009[0513:Coeowa]2.0.Co;2  1
1999 Oren R, Sperry JS, Katul GG, Pataki DE, Ewers BE, Phillips N, Schäfer KVR. Survey and synthesis of intra- and interspecific variation in stomatal sensitivity to vapour pressure deficit Plant, Cell and Environment. 22: 1515-1526. DOI: 10.1046/J.1365-3040.1999.00513.X  1
1999 Oren R, Phillips N, Ewers BE, Pataki DE, Megonigal JP. Sap-flux-scaled transpiration responses to light, vapor pressure deficit, and leaf area reduction in a flooded Taxodium distichum forest Tree Physiology. 19: 337-347.  1
1998 Oren R, Phillips N, Katul G, Ewers BE, Pataki DE. Scaling xylem sap flux and soil water balance and calculating variance: A method for partitioning water flux in forests Annales Des Sciences Forestieres. 55: 191-216.  1
1998 Oren R, Ewers BE, Todd P, Phillips N, Katul G. Water balance delineates the soil layer in which moisture affects canopy conductance Ecological Applications. 8: 990-1002.  1
1978 Ewers BE. Computerized Drafting Ieee Transactions On Industry Applications. 89-92. DOI: 10.1109/TIA.1978.4503496  1
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