Molly Cavaleri
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Urgent need for warming experiments in tropical forests
MA Cavaleri, SC Reed, WK Smith, TE Wood
Global Change Biology 21 (6), 2111-2121, 2015
Comparative water use of native and invasive plants at multiple scales: a global meta‐analysis
MA Cavaleri, L Sack
Ecology 91 (9), 2705-2715, 2010
Acclimation and adaptation components of the temperature dependence of plant photosynthesis at the global scale
DP Kumarathunge, BE Medlyn, JE Drake, MG Tjoelker, MJ Aspinwall, ...
New Phytologist 222 (2), 768-784, 2019
Tropical forest carbon balance in a warmer world: A critical review spanning microbial‐to ecosystem‐scale processes
TE Wood, MA Cavaleri, SC Reed
Biological Reviews 87 (4), 912-927, 2012
Height is more important than light in determining leaf morphology in a tropical forest
MA Cavaleri, SF Oberbauer, DB Clark, DA Clark, MG Ryan
Ecology 91 (6), 1730-1739, 2010
Foliar and ecosystem respiration in an old‐growth tropical rain forest
MA Cavaleri, SF Oberbauer, MG Ryan
Plant, Cell & Environment 31 (4), 473-483, 2008
Wood CO2 efflux in a primary tropical rain forest
MA Cavaleri, SF Oberbauer, MG Ryan
Global Change Biology 12 (12), 2442-2458, 2006
Native trees show conservative water use relative to invasive trees: results from a removal experiment in a Hawaiian wet forest
MA Cavaleri, R Ostertag, S Cordell, L Sack
Conservation Physiology 2 (1), cou016, 2014
Light drives vertical gradients of leaf morphology in a sugar maple (Acer saccharum) forest
AP Coble, MA Cavaleri
Tree physiology 34 (2), 146-158, 2014
Temperate and tropical forest canopies are already functioning beyond their thermal thresholds for photosynthesis
AC Mau, SC Reed, TE Wood, MA Cavaleri
Forests 9 (1), 47, 2018
Light acclimation optimizes leaf functional traits despite height-related constraints in a canopy shading experiment
AP Coble, MA Cavaleri
Oecologia 177 (4), 1131-1143, 2015
Wood CO2 efflux and foliar respiration for Eucalyptus in Hawaii and Brazil
MG Ryan, MA Cavaleri, AC Almeida, R Penchel, RS Senock, J Luiz Stape
Tree Physiology 29 (10), 1213-1222, 2009
Infrared heater system for warming tropical forest understory plants and soils
BA Kimball, AM Alonso‐Rodrguez, MA Cavaleri, SC Reed, G Gonzlez, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (4), 1932-1944, 2018
How vertical patterns in leaf traits shift seasonally and the implications for modeling canopy photosynthesis in a temperate deciduous forest
AP Coble, B VanderWall, A Mau, MA Cavaleri
Tree Physiology 36 (9), 1077-1091, 2016
Hybrid Poplar and Forest Soil Response to Municipal and Industrial By‐Products: A Greenhouse Study
MA Cavaleri, DW Gilmore, M Mozaffari, CJ Rosen, TR Halbach
Journal of environmental quality 33 (3), 1055-1061, 2004
Tropical rainforest carbon sink declines during El Nio as a result of reduced photosynthesis and increased respiration rates
MA Cavaleri, AP Coble, MG Ryan, WL Bauerle, HW Loescher, ...
New Phytologist 216 (1), 136-149, 2017
Converging patterns of vertical variability in leaf morphology and nitrogen across seven Eucalyptus plantations in Brazil and Hawaii, USA
AP Coble, A Autio, MA Cavaleri, D Binkley, MG Ryan
Trees 28 (1), 1-15, 2014
Vertical leaf mass per area gradient of mature sugar maple reflects both height-driven increases in vascular tissue and light-driven increases in palisade layer thickness
AP Coble, MA Cavaleri
Tree physiology 37 (10), 1337-1351, 2017
Only sun-lit leaves of the uppermost canopy exceed both air temperature and photosynthetic thermal optima in a wet tropical forest
BD Miller, KR Carter, SC Reed, TE Wood, MA Cavaleri
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 301, 108347, 2021
Tropical forests in a warming world
SC Reed, TE Wood, MA Cavaleri
New Phytologist 193 (1), 27-29, 2012
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