WG5 – Recent articles (December 2013)
· Ali, A.A., Medlyn, B.E., Crous, K.Y., Reich, P.B., 2013. A trait‐based ecosystem model suggests that long‐term responsiveness to rising atmospheric CO2 concentration is greater in slow‐growing than fast‐growing plants. Functional Ecology.
· Andela, N., Liu, Y., van Dijk, A., de Jeu, R., McVicar, T., 2013. Global changes in dryland vegetation dynamics (1988-2008) assessed by satellite remote sensing: comparing a new passive microwave vegetation density record with reflective greenness data. Biogeosciences, 10: 6657-6676.
· Böhm, M., Finnigan, J.J., Raupach, M.R., Hughes, D., 2013. Turbulence Structure Within and Above a Canopy of Bluff Elements. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 146(3): 393-419.
· Breshears, D.D. et al., 2013. The critical amplifying role of increasing atmospheric moisture demand on tree mortality and associated regional die-off. Frontiers in plant science, 4.
· Campos, G.E.P. et al., 2013. Ecosystem resilience despite large-scale altered hydroclimatic conditions. Nature, 494(7437): 349-352.
· Chen, T., de Jeu, R., Liu, Y., van der Werf, G., Dolman, A., 2014. Using satellite based soil moisture to quantify the water driven variability in NDVI: A case study over mainland Australia. Remote Sensing of Environment, 140: 330-338.
· Cleverly, J. et al., 2013. Aerodynamic Resistance and Penman-Monteith Evapotranspiration over a Seasonally Two-Layered Canopy in Semiarid Central Australia. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 14(5).
· Crous, K.Y. et al., 2013. Photosynthesis of temperate Eucalyptus globulus trees outside their native range has limited adjustment to elevated CO2 and climate warming. Global change biology, 19(12): 3790-3807.
· Eamus, D. et al., 2013. Carbon and water fluxes in an arid-zone Acacia savanna woodland: An analyses of seasonal patterns and responses to rainfall events. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.
· Eamus, D., Boulain, N., Cleverly, J., Breshears, D.D., 2013. Global change-type drought-induced tree mortality: vapor pressure deficit is more important than temperature per se in causing decline in tree health. Ecology and Evolution, 3(8): 2711-2729.
· Evans, B., Stone, C., Barber, P., 2013. Linking a decade of forest decline in the south-west of Western Australia to bioclimatic change. Australian Forestry, 76(3-4): 164-172.
· Evans, B.J., Lyons, T., 2013. Bioclimatic Extremes Drive Forest Mortality in Southwest, Western Australia. Climate, 1(2): 28-52.
· Froend, R. et al., 2013. Developing an empirical model of canopy water flux describing the common response of transpiration to solar radiation and VPD across five contrasting woodlands and forests.
· Heroult, A., LIN, Y.S., Bourne, A., Medlyn, B.E., Ellsworth, D.S., 2013. Optimal stomatal conductance in relation to photosynthesis in climatically contrasting Eucalyptus species under drought. Plant, Cell & Environment, 36(2): 262-274.
· Hutley, L. et al., 2013. Impacts of an extreme cyclone event on landscape-scale savanna fire, productivity and greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental Research Letters, 8(4): 045023.
· Kanniah, K.D., Beringer, J., Hutley, L., 2013. Exploring the link between clouds, radiation, and canopy productivity of tropical savannas. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 182: 304-313.
· Kanniah, K.D., Beringer, J., Hutley, L.B., 2013. Response of savanna gross primary productivity to interannual variability in rainfall: Results of a remote sensing based light use efficiency model. Progress in Physical Geography.
· Kilinc, M., Beringer, J., Hutley, L.B., Tapper, N.J., McGuire, D.A., 2013. Carbon and water exchange of the world’s tallest angiosperm forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 182: 215-224.
· Ma, X. et al., 2013. Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics in savanna vegetation phenology across the North Australian Tropical Transect. Remote Sensing of Environment, 139: 97-115.
· Medlyn, B., De Kauwe, M., 2013. Biogeochemistry: Carbon dioxide and water use in forests. Nature, 499(7458): 287-289.
· Medlyn, B.E., Duursma, R.A., De Kauwe, M.G., Prentice, I.C., 2013. The optimal stomatal response to atmospheric CO2 concentration: Alternative solutions, alternative interpretations. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.
· Meng, X., Evans, J., McCabe, M., 2013. The impact of observed vegetation changes on land-atmosphere feedbacks during drought. Journal of Hydrometeorology(2013).
· Nolan, R.H., Lane, P.N., Benyon, R.G., Bradstock, R.A., Mitchell, P.J., 2013. Changes in evapotranspiration following wildfire in resprouting eucalypt forests. Ecohydrology.
· Pfautsch, S., Adams, M.A., 2013. Water flux of Eucalyptus regnans: defying summer drought and a record heatwave in 2009. Oecologia, 172(2): 317-326.
· Vargas, R. et al., 2013. Drought Influences the Accuracy of Simulated Ecosystem Fluxes: A Model-Data Meta-analysis for Mediterranean Oak Woodlands. Ecosystems: 1-16.
· Vaze, J., Zhang, Y., Li, H., 2013. Comparison of land-cover change and climate variability impacts on runoff using hydrological modelling and sensitivity-based approaches, 20th MODSIM Congress, Adelaide, Australia, 2013.
· Zeppel, M., 2013. Convergence of tree water use and hydraulic architecture in water-limited regions: a review and synthesis. Ecohydrology.
· Zhang, Q., Pitman, A.J., Wang, Y.P., Dai, Y., Lawrence, P.J., 2013. The impact of nitrogen and phosphorous limitation on the estimated terrestrial carbon balance and warming of land use change over the last 156 yr. Earth Syst. Dynam. Discuss., 4(1): 507-539.
· Zhou, S., Duursma, R.A., Medlyn, B.E., Kelly, J.W., Prentice, I.C., 2013. How should we model plant responses to drought- An analysis of stomatal and non-stomatal responses to water stress. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.