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Chris Blackman
Chris Blackman
Post-doctorate Researcher, Comparative Ecology Group, Macquarie University
Verified email at mq.edu.au
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TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
6182020
Leaf hydraulic vulnerability is related to conduit dimensions and drought resistance across a diverse range of woody angiosperms
CJ Blackman, TJ Brodribb, GJ Jordan
New Phytologist 188 (4), 1113-1123, 2010
2812010
Leaf hydraulics and drought stress: response, recovery and survivorship in four woody temperate plant species
CJ Blackman, TJ Brodribb, GJ Jordan
Plant, Cell & Environment 32 (11), 1584-1595, 2009
1772009
Trees tolerate an extreme heatwave via sustained transpirational cooling and increased leaf thermal tolerance
JE Drake, MG Tjoelker, A Vĺrhammar, BE Medlyn, PB Reich, A Leigh, ...
Global change biology 24 (6), 2390-2402, 2018
1592018
On the minimum leaf conductance: its role in models of plant water use, and ecological and environmental controls
RA Duursma, CJ Blackman, R Lopéz, NK Martin‐StPaul, H Cochard, ...
New Phytologist 221 (2), 693-705, 2019
1572019
Tree hydraulic traits are coordinated and strongly linked to climate‐of‐origin across a rainfall gradient
X Li, CJ Blackman, B Choat, RA Duursma, PD Rymer, BE Medlyn, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 41 (3), 646-660, 2018
1092018
Leaf hydraulic vulnerability influences species’ bioclimatic limits in a diverse group of woody angiosperms
CJ Blackman, TJ Brodribb, GJ Jordan
Oecologia 168 (1), 1-10, 2012
1072012
Two measures of leaf capacitance: insights into the water transport pathway and hydraulic conductance in leaves
CJ Blackman, TJ Brodribb
Functional Plant Biology 38 (2), 118-126, 2011
872011
Drought response strategies and hydraulic traits contribute to mechanistic understanding of plant dry-down to hydraulic failure
CJ Blackman, D Creek, C Maier, MJ Aspinwall, JE Drake, S Pfautsch, ...
Tree Physiology 39 (6), 910-924, 2019
762019
Toward an index of desiccation time to tree mortality under drought
CJ Blackman, S Pfautsch, B Choat, S Delzon, SM Gleason, RA Duursma
Plant, Cell & Environment 39 (10), 2342-2345, 2016
762016
Leaf hydraulic vulnerability to drought is linked to site water availability across a broad range of species and climates
CJ Blackman, SM Gleason, Y Chang, AM Cook, C Laws, M Westoby
Annals of botany 114 (3), 435-440, 2014
622014
An ecoclimatic framework for evaluating the resilience of vegetation to water deficit
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, EA Pinkard, TJ Brodribb, SK Arndt, CJ Blackman, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (5), 1677-1689, 2016
612016
Identifying areas at risk of drought‐induced tree mortality across South‐Eastern Australia
MG De Kauwe, BE Medlyn, AM Ukkola, M Mu, MEB Sabot, AJ Pitman, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (10), 5716-5733, 2020
542020
Coordination between leaf, stem, and root hydraulics and gas exchange in three arid‐zone angiosperms during severe drought and recovery
D Creek, CJ Blackman, TJ Brodribb, B Choat, DT Tissue
Plant, Cell & Environment 41 (12), 2869-2881, 2018
532018
Linking forest flammability and plant vulnerability to drought
RH Nolan, CJ Blackman, VR de Dios, B Choat, BE Medlyn, X Li, ...
Forests 11 (7), 779, 2020
452020
More than iso/anisohydry: hydroscapes integrate plant water use and drought tolerance traits in 10 eucalypt species from contrasting climates
X Li, CJ Blackman, JMR Peters, B Choat, PD Rymer, BE Medlyn, ...
Functional Ecology 33 (6), 1035-1049, 2019
452019
Vessel scaling in evergreen angiosperm leaves conforms with Murray's law and area‐filling assumptions: implications for plant size, leaf size and cold tolerance
SM Gleason, CJ Blackman, ST Gleason, KA McCulloh, TW Ocheltree, ...
New Phytologist 218 (4), 1360-1370, 2018
442018
Genetic adaptation and phenotypic plasticity contribute to greater leaf hydraulic tolerance in response to drought in warmer climates
CJ Blackman, MJ Aspinwall, DT Tissue, PD Rymer
Tree Physiology 37 (5), 583-592, 2017
422017
Leaf photosynthetic, economics and hydraulic traits are decoupled among genotypes of a widespread species of eucalypt grown under ambient and elevated CO2
CJ Blackman, MJ Aspinwall, V Resco de Dios, RA Smith, DT Tissue
Functional Ecology 30 (9), 1491-1500, 2016
402016
Whole-plant capacitance, embolism resistance and slow transpiration rates all contribute to longer desiccation times in woody angiosperms from arid and wet habitats
SM Gleason, CJ Blackman, AM Cook, CA Laws, M Westoby
Tree Physiology 34 (3), 275-284, 2014
402014
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