Roy L. Rich, Ph.D.

2005 University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
Forestry and Wildlife Agriculture, Ecology Biology, Remote Sensing
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Peter Reich grad student 2005 UMN
 (Large wind disturbance in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Forest dynamics and development changes associated with the July 4th 1999 blowdown.)
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Reich PB, Bermudez R, Montgomery RA, et al. (2022) Even modest climate change may lead to major transitions in boreal forests. Nature. 608: 540-545
Reich PB, Stefanski A, Rich RL, et al. (2021) What is the relevant time frame for temperature acclimation of leaf dark respiration: a test with ten boreal and temperate species. Global Change Biology
Rice KE, Montgomery RA, Stefanski A, et al. (2020) Species-specific flowering phenology responses to experimental warming and drought alter herbaceous plant species overlap in a temperate-boreal forest community. Annals of Botany
Montgomery RA, Rice KE, Stefanski A, et al. (2020) Phenological responses of temperate and boreal trees to warming depend on ambient spring temperatures, leaf habit, and geographic range. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Noyce GL, Kirwan ML, Rich RL, et al. (2019) Asynchronous nitrogen supply and demand produce nonlinear plant allocation responses to warming and elevated CO. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 116: 21623-21628
Reich PB, Sendall KM, Stefanski A, et al. (2018) Effects of climate warming on photosynthesis in boreal tree species depend on soil moisture. Nature. 562: 263-267
Rice KE, Montgomery RA, Stefanski A, et al. (2018) Experimental warming advances phenology of groundlayer plants at the boreal-temperate forest ecotone. American Journal of Botany
Thakur MP, Reich PB, Hobbie SE, et al. (2018) Reduced feeding activity of soil detritivores under warmer and drier conditions. Nature Climate Change. 8: 75-78
Schwarz B, Barnes AD, Thakur MP, et al. (2017) Warming alters the energetic structure and function but not resilience of soil food webs. Nature Climate Change. 7: 895-900
Wei X, Sendall KM, Stefanski A, et al. (2016) Consistent leaf respiratory response to experimental warming of three North American deciduous trees: a comparison across seasons, years, habitats and sites. Tree Physiology
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