Tana E. Wood
Tana E. Wood
Research Ecologist, International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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Pre-exposure to drought increases the resistance of tropical forest soil bacterial communities to extended drought
NJ Bouskill, HC Lim, S Borglin, R Salve, TE Wood, WL Silver, EL Brodie
The ISME journal 7 (2), 384-394, 2013
Urgent need for warming experiments in tropical forests
MA Cavaleri, SC Reed, WK Smith, TE Wood
Global Change Biology 21 (6), 2111-2121, 2015
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
Threshold responses to soil moisture deficit by trees and soil in tropical rain forests: insights from field experiments
P Meir, TE Wood, DR Galbraith, PM Brando, ACL Da Costa, L Rowland, ...
BioScience 65 (9), 882-892, 2015
Rain forest nutrient cycling and productivity in response to large‐scale litter manipulation
TE Wood, D Lawrence, DA Clark, RL Chazdon
Ecology 90 (1), 109-121, 2009
Belowground response to drought in a tropical forest soil. I. Changes in microbial functional potential and metabolism
NJ Bouskill, TE Wood, R Baran, Z Ye, BP Bowen, HC Lim, J Zhou, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 525, 2016
Sensitivity of soil respiration to variability in soil moisture and temperature in a humid tropical forest
TE Wood, M Detto, WL Silver
PloS one 8 (12), e80965, 2013
Determinants of leaf litter nutrient cycling in a tropical rain forest: soil fertility versus topography
TE Wood, D Lawrence, DA Clark
Ecosystems 9 (5), 700-710, 2006
Soil nutrient availability and reproductive effort drive patterns in nutrient resorption in Pentaclethra macroloba
KL Tully, TE Wood, AM Schwantes, D Lawrence
Ecology 94 (4), 930-940, 2013
Variation in leaf litter nutrients of a Costa Rican rain forest is related to precipitation
TE Wood, D Lawrence, DA Clark
Biogeochemistry 73 (2), 417-437, 2005
Strong spatial variability in trace gasdynamics following experimental drought in a humid tropical forest
TE Wood, WL Silver
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26 (3), 2012
Phosphorus limits tropical rain forest litter fauna
TP McGlynn, DJ Salinas, RR Dunn, TE Wood, D Lawrence, DA Clark
Biotropica 39 (1), 50-53, 2007
Belowground response to drought in a tropical forest soil. II. Change in microbial function impacts carbon composition
NJ Bouskill, TE Wood, R Baran, Z Hao, Z Ye, BP Bowen, HC Lim, PS Nico, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 323, 2016
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
Aboveground tree growth varies with belowground carbon allocation in a tropical rainforest environment
JW Raich, DA Clark, L Schwendenmann, TE Wood
PloS one 9 (6), e100275, 2014
Biotic and abiotic controls on diurnal fluctuations in labile soil phosphorus of a wet tropical forest
KL Vandecar, D Lawrence, T Wood, SF Oberbauer, R Das, K Tully, ...
Ecology 90 (9), 2547-2555, 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
COSORE: A community database for continuous soil respiration and other soil‐atmosphere greenhouse gas flux data
B Bond‐Lamberty, DS Christianson, A Malhotra, SC Pennington, D Sihi, ...
Global change biology 26 (12), 7268-7283, 2020
Inter‐specific variation in foliar nutrients and resorption of nine canopy‐tree species in a secondary neotropical rain forest
TE Wood, D Lawrence, JA Wells
Biotropica 43 (5), 544-551, 2011
Reviews and syntheses: Field data to benchmark the carbon cycle models for tropical forests
DA Clark, S Asao, R Fisher, S Reed, PB Reich, MG Ryan, TE Wood, ...
Biogeosciences 14 (20), 4663-4690, 2017
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