David Albert Pepper
David Albert Pepper
Adjunct Professional Associate, Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra
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The response of heterotrophic CO2 flux to soil warming
PE Eliasson, RE McMurtrie, DA Pepper, M Strömgren, S Linder, GI Ågren
Global Change Biology 11 (1), 167-181, 2005
3352005
Why is plant-growth response to elevated CO2 amplified when water is limiting, but reduced when nitrogen is limiting? A growth-optimisation hypothesis
RE McMurtrie, RJ Norby, BE Medlyn, RC Dewar, DA Pepper, PB Reich, ...
Functional Plant Biology 35 (6), 521-534, 2008
1262008
Carbon (δ13C) and nitrogen (δ15N) stable isotope composition in plant and soil in Southern Patagonia's native forests
PL Peri, B Ladd, DA Pepper, SP Bonser, SW Laffan, W Amelung
Global Change Biology 18 (1), 311-321, 2012
1172012
Simulated carbon sink response of shortgrass steppe, tallgrass prairie and forest ecosystems to rising [CO2], temperature and nitrogen input
DA Pepper, SJ Del Grosso, RE McMurtrie, WJ Parton
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19 (1), 2005
802005
Changes in ecosystem carbon stocks following grassland afforestation of semiarid sandy soil in the southeastern Keerqin Sandy Lands, China
YL Hu, DH Zeng, ZP Fan, GS Chen, Q Zhao, D Pepper
Journal of Arid Environments 72 (12), 2193-2200, 2008
782008
Long-term changes in productivity of eucalypt plantations under different harvest residue and nitrogen management practices: a modelling analysis
M Corbeels, RE McMurtrie, DA Pepper, DS Mendham, TS Grove, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 217 (1), 1-18, 2005
732005
A process-based model of nitrogen cycling in forest plantations: Part I. Structure, calibration and analysis of the decomposition model
M Corbeels, RE McMurtrie, DA Pepper, AM O’Connell
Ecological Modelling 187 (4), 426-448, 2005
602005
Stacks and notches at Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick, Canada
AS Trenhaile, DA Pepper, RW Trenhaile, M Dalimonte
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 1998
581998
Plant root distributions and nitrogen uptake predicted by a hypothesis of optimal root foraging
RE McMurtrie, CM Iversen, RC Dewar, BE Medlyn, T Näsholm, ...
Ecology and Evolution 2 (6), 1235-1250, 2012
502012
Linking leaf and tree water use with an individual-tree model
BE Medlyn, DA Pepper, AP O'Grady, H Keith
Tree Physiology 27 (12), 1687-1699, 2007
472007
Ecosystem responses to warming and interacting global change factors
RJ Norby, LE Rustad, JS Dukes, DS Ojima, WJ Parton, SJ Del Grosso, ...
Terrestrial ecosystems in a changing world, 23-36, 2007
382007
A process-based model of nitrogen cycling in forest plantations: Part II. Simulating growth and nitrogen mineralisation of Eucalyptus globulus plantations in south-western …
M Corbeels, RE McMurtrie, DA Pepper, AM O’Connell
Ecological modelling 187 (4), 449-474, 2005
362005
Brief description of several models for simulating net ecosystem exchange in Australia
MUF Kirschbaum, JO Carter, PR Grace, BA Keating, RJ Keenan, ...
This volume, 2001
272001
Simulated mechanisms of soil N feedback on the forest CO2 response
DA Pepper, PE Eliasson, RE McMURTRIE, M Corbeels, GI Ågren, ...
Global Change Biology 13 (6), 1265-1281, 2007
222007
Towards a physical description of habitat: quantifying environmental adversity (abiotic stress) in temperate forest and woodland ecosystems
B Ladd, SP Bonser, PL Peri, JR Larsen, SW Laffan, DA Pepper, ...
Journal of Ecology, 964-971, 2009
192009
Carbon isotopic signatures of soil organic matter correlate with leaf area index across woody biomes
B Ladd, PL Peri, DA Pepper, LCR Silva, D Sheil, SP Bonser, SW Laffan, ...
Journal of ecology 102 (6), 1606-1611, 2014
182014
Better estimates of soil carbon from geographical data: a revised global approach
S Duarte-Guardia, PL Peri, W Amelung, D Sheil, SW Laffan, N Borchard, ...
Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change 24 (3), 355-372, 2019
152019
Mechanisms linking plant productivity and water status for a temperate Eucalyptus forest flux site: analysis over wet and dry years with a simple model
DA Pepper, RE McMurtrie, BE Medlyn, H Keith, D Eamus
Functional Plant Biology 35 (6), 493-508, 2008
132008
Canadian landform examples, 35: stack and notch development, Hopewell Rocks, New Brunswick
AS Trenhaile, DA Pepper, RW Trenhaile, M Dalimonte
Canadian Geographer 42 (1), 94, 1998
51998
Potential future scenarios for Australia's native biodiversity given on-going increases in human population
DA Pepper, H Lada, JR Thomson, KS Bakar, PS Lake, R Mac Nally
Science of the Total Environment 576, 381-390, 2017
42017
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