Robert M. Hubbard
Robert M. Hubbard
Research Ecologist, USDA Forest Service
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Stomatal conductance and photosynthesis vary linearly with plant hydraulic conductance in ponderosa pine
RM Hubbard, MG Ryan, V Stiller, JS Sperry
Plant, Cell & Environment 24 (1), 113-121, 2001
Foliage, fine-root, woody-tissue and stand respiration in Pinus radiata in relation to nitrogen status
MG Ryan, RM Hubbard, S Pongracic, RJ Raison, RE McMurtrie
Tree physiology 16 (3), 333-343, 1996
Evidence that hydraulic conductance limits photosynthesis in old Pinus ponderosa trees
RM Hubbard, BJ Bond, MG Ryan
Tree physiology 19 (3), 165-172, 1999
The relationship between tree height and leaf area: sapwood area ratio
N McDowell, H Barnard, B Bond, T Hinckley, R Hubbard, H Ishii, ...
Oecologia 132, 12-20, 2002
Woody tissue maintenance respiration of four conifers in contrasting climates
MG Ryan, ST Gower, RM Hubbard, RH Waring, HL Gholz, WP Cropper, ...
Oecologia 101, 133-140, 1995
A comparison of sap flux-based evapotranspiration estimates with catchment-scale water balance
CR Ford, RM Hubbard, BD Kloeppel, JM Vose
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 145 (3-4), 176-185, 2007
Transpiration and whole-tree conductance in ponderosa pine trees of different heights
MG Ryan, BJ Bond, BE Law, RM Hubbard, D Woodruff, E Cienciala, ...
Oecologia 124, 553-560, 2000
Tree species and soil textural controls on carbon and nitrogen mineralization rates
CP Giardina, MG Ryan, RM Hubbard, D Binkley
Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (4), 1272-1279, 2001
Dark respiration of pines
MG Ryan, S Linder, JM Vose, RM Hubbard
Ecological Bulletins, 50-63, 1994
Tree regeneration and future stand development after bark beetle infestation and harvesting in Colorado lodgepole pine stands
BJ Collins, CC Rhoades, RM Hubbard, MA Battaglia
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (11), 2168-2175, 2011
Changes in transpiration and foliage growth in lodgepole pine trees following mountain pine beetle attack and mechanical girdling
RM Hubbard, CC Rhoades, K Elder, J Negron
Forest Ecology and Management 289, 312-317, 2013
Relationships between moisture, chemistry, and ignition of Pinus contorta needles during the early stages of mountain pine beetle attack
WM Jolly, RA Parsons, AM Hadlow, GM Cohn, SS McAllister, JB Popp, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 269, 52-59, 2012
Quantifying structural and physiological controls on variation in canopy transpiration among planted pine and hardwood species in the southern Appalachians
CR Ford, RM Hubbard, JM Vose
Ecohydrology 4 (2), 183-195, 2011
Woody-tissue respiration for Simarouba amara and Minquartia guianensis, two tropical wet forest trees with different growth habits
MG Ryan, RM Hubbard, DA Clark, RL Sanford
Oecologia 100, 213-220, 1994
Effects of irrigation on water use and water use efficiency in two fast growing Eucalyptus plantations
RM Hubbard, J Stape, MG Ryan, AC Almeida, J Rojas
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (9), 1714-1721, 2010
A review of precipitation and temperature control on seedling emergence and establishment for ponderosa and lodgepole pine forest regeneration
MD Petrie, AM Wildeman, JB Bradford, RM Hubbard, WK Lauenroth
Forest Ecology and Management 361, 328-338, 2016
Seasonal patterns in soil surface CO2 flux under snow cover in 50 and 300 year old subalpine forests
RM Hubbard, MG Ryan, K Elder, CC Rhoades
Biogeochemistry 73, 93-107, 2005
Climate change may restrict dryland forest regeneration in the 21st century
MD Petrie, JB Bradford, RM Hubbard, WK Lauenroth, CM Andrews, ...
Ecology 98 (6), 1548-1559, 2017
The effect of fertilization on sap flux and canopy conductance in a Eucalyptus saligna experimental forest
RM Hubbard, MG Ryan, CP Giardina, H Barnard
Global Change Biology 10 (4), 427-436, 2004
Stand restoration burning in oak–pine forests in the southern Appalachians: effects on aboveground biomass and carbon and nitrogen cycling
RM Hubbard, JM Vose, BD Clinton, KJ Elliott, JD Knoepp
Forest Ecology and Management 190 (2-3), 311-321, 2004
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