Dr. Stith T. Gower, Professor and Dept. Head
Dr. Stith T. Gower, Professor and Dept. Head
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TitleCited byYear
Direct and indirect estimation of leaf area index, fAPAR, and net primary production of terrestrial ecosystems
ST Gower, CJ Kucharik, JM Norman
Remote sensing of environment 70 (1), 29-51, 1999
12531999
Leaf area index of boreal forests: Theory, techniques, and measurements
JM Chen, PM Rich, ST Gower, JM Norman, S Plummer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 102 (D24), 29429-29443, 1997
10811997
Sensitivity of boreal forest carbon balance to soil thaw
ML Goulden, SC Wofsy, JW Harden, SE Trumbore, PM Crill, ST Gower, ...
Science 279 (5348), 214-217, 1998
9021998
FOREST-BGC, a general model of forest ecosystem processes for regional applications. II. Dynamic carbon allocation and nitrogen budgets
SW Running, ST Gower
Tree physiology 9 (1-2), 147-160, 1991
7731991
Applications of physiological ecology to forest management
JJ Landsberg, ST Gower
Elsevier, 1997
7461997
Testing the performance of a dynamic global ecosystem model: water balance, carbon balance, and vegetation structure
CJ Kucharik, JA Foley, C Delire, VA Fisher, MT Coe, JD Lenters, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 14 (3), 795-825, 2000
6912000
A global terrestrial monitoring network integrating tower fluxes, flask sampling, ecosystem modeling and EOS satellite data
SW Running, DD Baldocchi, DP Turner, ST Gower, PS Bakwin, ...
Remote sensing of environment 70 (1), 108-127, 1999
6811999
Nitrogen mineralization and productivity in 50 hardwood and conifer stands on diverse soils
PB Reich, DF Grigal, JD Aber, ST Gower
Ecology 78 (2), 335-347, 1997
6141997
BOREAS in 1997: Experiment overview, scientific results, and future directions
PJ Sellers, FG Hall, RD Kelly, A Black, D Baldocchi, J Berry, M Ryan, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 102 (D24), 28731-28769, 1997
5751997
Aboveground net primary production decline with stand age: potential causes
ST Gower, RE McMurtrie, D Murty
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 11 (9), 378-382, 1996
5591996
Evaluation of MODIS NPP and GPP products across multiple biomes
DP Turner, WD Ritts, WB Cohen, ST Gower, SW Running, M Zhao, ...
Remote sensing of environment 102 (3-4), 282-292, 2006
5232006
Carbon distribution and aboveground net primary production in aspen, jack pine, and black spruce stands in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada
ST Gower, JG Vogel, JM Norman, CJ Kucharik, SJ Steele, TK Stow
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 102 (D24), 29029-29041, 1997
4961997
Net primary production and carbon allocation patterns of boreal forest ecosystems
ST Gower, O Krankina, RJ Olson, M Apps, S Linder, C Wang
Ecological applications 11 (5), 1395-1411, 2001
4892001
Carbon dynamics of Rocky Mountain Douglas‐fir: influence of water and nutrient availability
ST Gower, KA Vogt, CC Grier
Ecological Monographs 62 (1), 43-65, 1992
4861992
Belowground carbon allocation in unfertilized and fertilized red pine plantations in northern Wisconsin
BE Haynes, ST Gower
Tree physiology 15 (5), 317-325, 1995
4851995
Rapid estimation of leaf area index in conifer and broad‐leaf plantations
ST Gower, JM Norman
Ecology 72 (5), 1896-1900, 1991
4851991
Root mass, net primary production and turnover in aspen, jack pine and black spruce forests in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada
SJ Steele, ST Gower, JG Vogel, JM Norman
Tree physiology 17 (8-9), 577-587, 1997
4791997
A global relationship between the heterotrophic and autotrophic components of soil respiration?
B Bond‐Lamberty, C Wang, ST Gower
Global Change Biology 10 (10), 1756-1766, 2004
4762004
An improved strategy for regression of biophysical variables and Landsat ETM+ data
WB Cohen, TK Maiersperger, ST Gower, DP Turner
Remote Sensing of Environment 84 (4), 561-571, 2003
4762003
Annual carbon cost of autotrophic respiration in boreal forest ecosystems in relation to species and climate
MG Ryan, MB Lavigne, ST Gower
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 102 (D24), 28871-28883, 1997
4421997
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