Thomas Kolb
Thomas Kolb
Professor of Forest Ecophysiology, School of Forestry, Northern Arizona University
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Mechanisms of plant survival and mortality during drought: why do some plants survive while others succumb to drought?
N McDowell, WT Pockman, CD Allen, DD Breshears, N Cobb, T Kolb, ...
New phytologist 178 (4), 719-739, 2008
Restoring ecosystem health in ponderosa pine forests of the Southwest
WW Covington, PZ Fule, MM Moore, SC Hart, JM Mast, SS Sackett, ...
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 95, No. 4, 1997
A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality
HD Adams, MJB Zeppel, WRL Anderegg, H Hartmann, SM Landhäusser, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (9), 1285-1291, 2017
Ecosystem carbon dioxide fluxes after disturbance in forests of North America
BD Amiro, AG Barr, JG Barr, TA Black, R Bracho, M Brown, J Chen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 115 (G4), 2010
Observed increase in local cooling effect of deforestation at higher latitudes
X Lee, ML Goulden, DY Hollinger, A Barr, TA Black, G Bohrer, R Bracho, ...
Nature 479 (7373), 384-387, 2011
Land management and land-cover change have impacts of similar magnitude on surface temperature
S Luyssaert, M Jammet, PC Stoy, S Estel, J Pongratz, E Ceschia, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (5), 389-393, 2014
Physiological response to groundwater depth varies among species and with river flow regulation
JL Horton, TE Kolb, SC Hart
Ecological Applications 11 (4), 1046-1059, 2001
Concepts of forest health: utilitarian and ecosystem perspectives
TE Kolb, MR Wagner, WW Covington
Journal of Forestry 92, 1994
Drought predisposes piñon–juniper woodlands to insect attacks and mortality
ML Gaylord, TE Kolb, WT Pockman, JA Plaut, EA Yepez, AK Macalady, ...
New Phytologist 198 (2), 567-578, 2013
The MODIS (Collection V005) BRDF/albedo product: Assessment of spatial representativeness over forested landscapes
MO Román, CB Schaaf, CE Woodcock, AH Strahler, X Yang, RH Braswell, ...
Remote sensing of environment 113 (11), 2476-2498, 2009
Responses of riparian trees to interannual variation in ground water depth in a semi‐arid river basin
JL Horton, TE Kolb, SC Hart
Plant, Cell & Environment 24 (3), 293-304, 2001
Observed and anticipated impacts of drought on forest insects and diseases in the United States
TE Kolb, CJ Fettig, MP Ayres, BJ Bentz, JA Hicke, R Mathiasen, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 380, 321-334, 2016
Influence of thinning and burning restoration treatments on presettlement ponderosa pines at the Gus Pearson Natural Area
SR Feeney, TE Kolb, WW Covington, MR Wagner
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (9), 1295-1306, 1998
Ponderosa pine mortality following fire in northern Arizona
CW McHugh, TE Kolb
International Journal of Wildland Fire 12 (1), 7-22, 2003
Limitations and perspectives about scaling ozone impacts in trees
TE Kolb, R Matyssek
Environmental pollution 115 (3), 373-393, 2001
Regulation of ponderosa pine foliar physiology and insect resistance mechanisms by basal area treatments
TE Kolb, KM Holmberg, MR Wagner, JE Stone
Tree Physiology 18 (6), 375-381, 1998
Growth response of northern red-oak and yellow-poplar seedlings to light, soil moisture and nutrients in relation to ecological strategy
TE Kolb, KC Steiner, LH McCormick, TW Bowersox
Forest Ecology and Management 38 (1-2), 65-78, 1990
Homeostatic maintenance of ponderosa pine gas exchange in response to stand density changes
NG McDowell, HD Adams, JD Bailey, M Hess, TE Kolb
Ecological Applications 16 (3), 1164-1182, 2006
Etiology of sugar maple decline in four Pennsylvania stands
TE Kolb, LH McCormick
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23 (11), 2395-2402, 1993
Long‐term impact of a stand‐replacing fire on ecosystem CO2 exchange of a ponderosa pine forest
S Dore, TE Kolb, M Montes‐Helu, BW Sullivan, WD Winslow, SC Hart, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (8), 1801-1820, 2008
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