Michael A Forster
Michael A Forster
Adjunct Research Fellow, The University of Queensland
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How significant is nocturnal sap flow?
MA Forster
Tree physiology 34 (7), 757-765, 2014
642014
Rooting depth explains [CO2] × drought interaction in Eucalyptus saligna
RA Duursma, CVM Barton, D Eamus, BE Medlyn, DS Ellsworth, ...
Tree Physiology 31 (9), 922-931, 2011
572011
Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and drought on nocturnal water fluxes in Eucalyptus saligna
MJB Zeppel, JD Lewis, B Medlyn, CVM Barton, RA Duursma, D Eamus, ...
Tree physiology 31 (9), 932-944, 2011
412011
The adaptive value of functional and life-history traits across fertility treatments in an annual plant
SP Bonser, B Ladd, K Monro, MD Hall, MA Forster
Annals of Botany 106 (6), 979-988, 2010
272010
The adaptive value of functional and life-history traits across fertility treatments in an annual plant
SP Bonser, B Ladd, K Monro, MD Hall, MA Forster
Annals of Botany 106 (6), 979-988, 2010
272010
Heteroblastic development and the optimal partitioning of traits among contrasting environments in Acacia implexa
MA Forster, SP Bonser
Annals of botany 103 (1), 95-105, 2009
252009
A metacommunity‐scale comparison of species‐abundance distribution models for plant communities of eastern Australia
MA Forster, DI Warton
Ecography 30 (4), 449-458, 2007
202007
Performance measurement via sap flow monitoring of three Eucalyptus species for mine site and dryland salinity phytoremediation
AI Doronila, MA Forster
International journal of phytoremediation 17 (2), 101-108, 2015
182015
Optimal allocation of resources in response to shading and neighbours in the heteroblastic species, Acacia implexa
MA Forster, B Ladd, SP Bonser
Annals of Botany 107 (2), 219-228, 2011
152011
Self-organised instability and megafaunal extinctions in Australia
MA Forster
Oikos 103 (1), 235-239, 2003
142003
Depressed hydraulic redistribution of roots more by stem refilling than by nocturnal transpiration for Populus euphratica Oliv. in situ measurement
T Yu, Q Feng, J Si, PJ Mitchell, MA Forster, X Zhang, C Zhao
Ecology and evolution 8 (5), 2607-2616, 2018
132018
How reliable are heat pulse velocity methods for estimating tree transpiration?
MA Forster
Forests 8 (9), 350, 2017
132017
A vegetation‐focused soil‐plant‐atmospheric continuum model to study hydrodynamic soil‐plant water relations
Z Deng, H Guan, J Hutson, MA Forster, Y Wang, CT Simmons
Water Resources Research 53 (6), 4965-4983, 2017
122017
Heteroblastic Development and Shade‐avoidance in Response to Blue and Red Light Signals in Acacia implexa
MA Forster, SP Bonser
Photochemistry and photobiology 85 (6), 1375-1383, 2009
112009
How Reliable Are Heat Pulse Velocity Methods for Estimating Tree Transpiration?, Forests, 8, 350
MA Forster
52017
Quantifying water use in a plant–fungal interaction
MA Forster
fungal ecology 5 (6), 702-709, 2012
52012
Nighttime transpiration of Populus euphratica during different phenophases
C Zhao, J Si, Q Feng, T Yu, P Li, MA Forster
Journal of Forestry Research 30 (2), 435-444, 2019
32019
The dual method approach (DMA) resolves measurement range limitations of heat pulse velocity sap flow sensors
MA Forster
Forests 10 (1), 46, 2019
22019
A low watering treatment alters biomass allocation and growth rate but not heteroblastic development in an Acacia species
MA Forster, RL Dalrymple, SP Bonser
Trees 30 (6), 2051-2059, 2016
22016
The importance of conduction versus convection in heat pulse sap flow methods
MA Forster
Tree Physiology 40 (5), 683-694, 2020
2020
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