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Browsing Faculty Research Publications (Forest Ecosystems and Society) by Author "Harmon, Mark E."

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Browsing Faculty Research Publications (Forest Ecosystems and Society) by Author "Harmon, Mark E."

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  • Harmon, Mark E.; Fasth, Becky; Woodall, Christopher W.; Sexton, Jay (Elsevier, 2013-01-07)
    The degree to which carbon concentration (CC) of woody detritus varies by tree taxa, stage of decay, tissue type (i.e., bark versus wood), and vertical orientation was examined in samples of 60 tree species from the No ...
  • Stephenson, Nathan L.; van Mantgem, Phillip J.; Bunn, Andrew G.; Bruner, Howard; Harmon, Mark E.; O'Connell, Kari B.; Urban, Dean L.; Franklin, Jerry F. (Ecological Society of America, 2011-11)
    At global and regional scales, tree mortality rates are positively correlated with forest net primary productivity (NPP). Yet causes of the correlation are unknown, in spite of potentially profound implications for our u ...
  • Sierra, Carlos A.; Harmon, Mark E.; Perakis, Steven S. (Ecological Society of America, 2011-11)
    Soil organic matter is a complex mixture of material with heterogeneous biological, physical, and chemical properties. Decomposition models represent this heterogeneity either as a set of discrete pools with different re ...
  • Kasischke, Eric S.; Amiro, Brian D.; Barger, Nichole N.; French, Nancy H. F.; Goetz, Scott J.; Grosse, Guido; Harmon, Mark E.; Hicke, Jeffrey A.; Liu, Shuguang; Masek, Jeffrey G. (American Geophysical Union, 2013-03-22)
    Because it is an important regulator of terrestrial carbon cycling in North America, extensive research on natural and human disturbances has been carried out as part of the North American Carbon Program and the CarboNA ...
  • Keiluweit, Marco; Nico, Peter; Harmon, Mark E.; Mao, Jingdong; Pett-Ridge, Jennifer; Kleber, Markus (National Academy of Sciences, 2015-09-22)
    Litter decomposition is a keystone ecosystem process impacting nutrient cycling and productivity, soil properties, and the terrestrial carbon (C) balance, but the factors regulating decomposition rate are still poorly un ...
  • Harmon, Mark E.; Fasth, Becky; Halpern, Charles B.; Lutz, James A. (Ecological Society of America, 2015-04)
    The methods for conducting reductionist ecological science are well known and widely used. In contrast, those used in the synthesis of ecological science (i.e., synthesis science) are still being developed, vary widely, ...

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