Christopher J. Still

Forest Ecosystems and Society Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
"Christopher Still"
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Still CJ, Page G, Rastogi B, et al. (2022) No evidence of canopy-scale leaf thermoregulation to cool leaves below air temperature across a range of forest ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2205682119
Finkenbiner CE, Li B, Spencer L, et al. (2022) The NEON Daily Isotopic Composition of Environmental Exchanges Dataset. Scientific Data. 9: 353
Keen RM, Voelker SL, Wang SS, et al. (2021) Changes in tree drought sensitivity provided early warning signals to the California drought and forest mortality event. Global Change Biology
Griffith DM, Osborne CP, Edwards EJ, et al. (2020) Lineage-based functional types: characterising functional diversity to enhance the representation of ecological behaviour in Land Surface Models. The New Phytologist. 228: 15-23
Dye AW, Rastogi B, Clemesha RES, et al. (2020) Spatial Patterns and Trends of Summertime Low Cloudiness for the Pacific Northwest, 1996-2017. Geophysical Research Letters. 47: e2020GL088121
Bassiouni M, Good SP, Still CJ, et al. (2020) Plant Water Uptake Thresholds Inferred From Satellite Soil Moisture Geophysical Research Letters. 47
Lavergne A, Voelker S, Csank A, et al. (2019) Historical changes in the stomatal limitation of photosynthesis: empirical support for an optimality principle. The New Phytologist
Veldman JW, Aleman JC, Alvarado ST, et al. (2019) Comment on "The global tree restoration potential". Science (New York, N.Y.). 366
Trammell TLE, Pataki DE, Still CJ, et al. (2019) Climate and lawn management interact to control C plant distribution in residential lawns across seven U.S. cities. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. e01884
Voelker SL, Wang S-S, Dawson TE, et al. (2019) Tree-ring isotopes adjacent to Lake Superior reveal cold winter anomalies for the Great Lakes region of North America. Scientific Reports. 9: 4412
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