Lisa Samuelson
Lisa Samuelson
School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University
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Ambient ozone effects on forest trees of the eastern United States: a review
AH Chappelka, LJ Samuelson
The New Phytologist 139 (1), 91-108, 1998
Utility of ground-penetrating radar as a root biomass survey tool in forest systems
JR Butnor, JA Doolittle, KH Johnsen, L Samuelson, T Stokes, L Kress
Soil Science Society of America Journal 67 (5), 1607-1615, 2003
Process models as tools in forestry research and management
K Johnsen, L Samuelson, R Teskey, S McNulty, T Fox
Forest Science 47 (1), 2-8, 2001
Stomatal and nonstomatal limitations to net photosynthesis in Pinus taeda L. under different environmental conditions
RO Teskey, JA Fites, LJ Samuelson, BC Bongarten
Tree Physiology 2 (1-2-3), 131-142, 1986
Riparian woody plant diversity and forest structure along an urban-rural gradient
ML Burton, LJ Samuelson, S Pan
Urban Ecosystems 8 (1), 93-106, 2005
Production, allocation, and stemwood growth efficiency of Pinus taeda L. stands in response to 6 years of intensive management
LJ Samuelson, K Johnsen, T Stokes
Forest Ecology and Management 192 (1), 59-70, 2004
Seasonal patterns of light-saturated photosynthesis and leaf conductance for mature and seedling Quercus rubra L. foliage: differential sensitivity to ozone exposure
PJ Hanson, LJ Samuelson, SD Wullschleger, TA Tabberer, GS Edwards
Tree Physiology 14 (12), 1351-1366, 1994
Scaling ozone effects from seedlings to forest trees
L Samuelson, JM Kelly
New Phytologist 149 (1), 21-41, 2001
Differential response of four tree species to ozone‐induced acceleration of foliar senescence
EJ Pell, JP Sinn, BW Brendley, L Samuelson, C Vinten‐Johansen, M Tien, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (7), 779-790, 1999
Production efficiency of loblolly pine and sweetgum in response to four years of intensive management
L Samuelson, T Stokes, T Cooksey, P McLemore III
Tree Physiology 21 (6), 369-376, 2001
A comparison of sensitivity to ozone in seedlings and trees of Quercus rubra L.
LJ Samuelson, GS Edwards
New Phytologist 125 (2), 373-379, 1993
Soil and microbial respiration in a loblolly pine plantation in response to seven years of irrigation and fertilization
L Samuelson, R Mathew, T Stokes, Y Feng, D Aubrey, M Coleman
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (11), 2431-2438, 2009
Influence of urbanization on riparian forest diversity and structure in the Georgia Piedmont, US
ML Burton, LJ Samuelson
Plant Ecology 195 (1), 99-115, 2008
Growth and physiology of loblolly pine in response to long-term resource management: defining growth potential in the southern United States
LJ Samuelson, J Butnor, C Maier, TA Stokes, K Johnsen, M Kane
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (4), 721-732, 2008
Influence of intensive culture on leaf net photosynthesis and growth of sweetgum and loblolly pine seedlings
LJ Samuelson
Forest science 44 (2), 308-316, 1998
Growth and nutrition of Quercus rubra L. seedlings and mature trees after three seasons of ozone exposure
LJ Samuelson, JM Kelly, PA Mays, GS Edwards
Environmental Pollution 91 (3), 317-323, 1996
Effects of nitrogen on leaf physiology and growth of different families of loblolly and slash pine
LJ Samuelson
New Forests 19 (1), 95-107, 2000
Interactive Role of Elevated CO2, Nutrient Limitations, and Water Stress in the Growth Responses of Red Spruce Seedlings
LJ Samuelson, JR Seiler
Forest Science 39 (2), 348-358, 1993
Carbon partitioning and allocation in northern red oak seedlings and mature trees in response to ozone
LJ Samuelson, JM Kelly
Tree Physiology 16 (10), 853-858, 1996
Riparian woody plant traits across an urban–rural land use gradient and implications for watershed function with urbanization
ML Burton, LJ Samuelson, MD Mackenzie
Landscape and urban Planning 90 (1-2), 42-55, 2009
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