Kevin L. Griffin
Kevin L. Griffin
Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Columbia University
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Relationships between NDVI, canopy structure, and photosynthesis in three Californian vegetation types
JA Gamon, CB Field, ML Goulden, KL Griffin, AE Hartley, G Joel, ...
Ecological Applications 5 (1), 28-41, 1995
The effect of elevated CO2 on the chemical composition and construction costs of leaves of 27 C3 species
H Poorter, Y Van Berkel, R Baxter, J Den Hertog, P Dijkstra, RM Gifford, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 20 (4), 472-482, 1997
Increased CO 2 uncouples growth from isoprene emission in an agriforest ecosystem
TN Rosenstiel, MJ Potosnak, KL Griffin, R Fall, RK Monson
Nature 421 (6920), 256-259, 2003
Assessing community type, plant biomass, pigment composition, and photosynthetic efficiency of aquatic vegetation from spectral reflectance
J Penuelas, JA Gamon, KL Griffin, CB Field
Remote Sensing of Environment 46 (2), 110-118, 1993
The influence of winter temperatures on the annual radial growth of six northern range margin tree species
N Pederson, ER Cook, GC Jacoby, DM Peteet, KL Griffin
Dendrochronologia 22 (1), 7-29, 2004
Response of NDVI, biomass, and ecosystem gas exchange to long-term warming and fertilization in wet sedge tundra
NT Boelman, M Stieglitz, HM Rueth, M Sommerkorn, KL Griffin, ...
Oecologia 135 (3), 414-421, 2003
The relative impacts of daytime and night‐time warming on photosynthetic capacity in Populus deltoides
MH Turnbull, R Murthy, KL Griffin
Plant, Cell & Environment 25 (12), 1729-1737, 2002
Global variability in leaf respiration in relation to climate, plant functional types and leaf traits
OK Atkin, KJ Bloomfield, PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, GP Asner, D Bonal, ...
New Phytologist 206 (2), 614-636, 2015
Effects of low and elevated CO2 on C3 and C4 annuals
DT Tissue, KL Griffin, RB Thomas, BR Strain
Oecologia 101 (1), 21-28, 1995
The photosynthesis–leaf nitrogen relationship at ambient and elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide: a meta‐analysis
AG Peterson, JT Ball, YI Luo, CB Field, PB Reich, PS Curtis, KL Griffin, ...
Global Change Biology 5 (3), 331-346, 1999
Calorimetric estimates of construction cost and their use in ecological studies
KL Griffin
Functional ecology 8 (5), 551-562, 1994
Plant growth in elevated CO2 alters mitochondrial number and chloroplast fine structure
KL Griffin, OR Anderson, MD Gastrich, JD Lewis, G Lin, W Schuster, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (5), 2473-2478, 2001
Construction cost and invasive potential: comparing Lythrum salicaria (Lythraceae) with co‐occurring native species along pond banks
JM Nagel, KL Griffin
American Journal of Botany 88 (12), 2252-2258, 2001
Responses of leaf respiration to temperature and leaf characteristics in three deciduous tree species vary with site water availability
MH Turnbull, D Whitehead, DT Tissue, WSF Schuster, KJ Brown, ...
Tree physiology 21 (9), 571-578, 2001
Photosynthetic adjustment in field-grown ponderosa pine trees after six years of exposure to elevated CO2
DT Tissue, KL Griffin, JT Ball
Tree Physiology 19 (4-5), 221-228, 1999
Convergence in the temperature response of leaf respiration across biomes and plant functional types
MA Heskel, OS O’Sullivan, PB Reich, MG Tjoelker, LK Weerasinghe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (14), 3832-3837, 2016
Plants, CO2 and photosynthesis in the 21st century
KL Griffin, JR Seemann
Chemistry & biology 3 (4), 245-254, 1996
Effects of nitrogen supply and elevated carbon dioxide on construction cost in leaves of Pinus taeda (L.) seedlings
KL Griffin, RB Thomas, BR Strain
Oecologia 95 (4), 575-580, 1993
Thermal acclimation of leaf respiration but not photosynthesis in Populus deltoidesnigra
LF Ow, KL Griffin, D Whitehead, AS Walcroft, MH Turnbull
New Phytologist 178 (1), 123-134, 2008
Direct and indirect effects of atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment on leaf respiration of Glycine max (L.) Merr
RB Thomas, KL Griffin
Plant Physiology 104 (2), 355-361, 1994
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