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Brett T. Wolfe
Brett T. Wolfe
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Pragmatic hydraulic theory predicts stomatal responses to climatic water deficits
JS Sperry, Y Wang, BT Wolfe, DS Mackay, WRL Anderegg, NG McDowell, ...
New Phytologist 212 (3), 577-589, 2016
1932016
Does leaf shedding protect stems from cavitation during seasonal droughts? A test of the hydraulic fuse hypothesis
BT Wolfe, JS Sperry, TA Kursar
New Phytologist 212 (4), 1007-1018, 2016
1842016
Woody plants optimise stomatal behaviour relative to hydraulic risk
WRL Anderegg, A Wolf, A Arango‐Velez, B Choat, DJ Chmura, S Jansen, ...
Ecology letters 21 (7), 968-977, 2018
1382018
From the Arctic to the tropics: multibiome prediction of leaf mass per area using leaf reflectance
SP Serbin, J Wu, KS Ely, EL Kruger, PA Townsend, R Meng, BT Wolfe, ...
New Phytologist 224 (4), 1557-1568, 2019
1052019
Plant water potential improves prediction of empirical stomatal models
WRL Anderegg, A Wolf, A Arango-Velez, B Choat, DJ Chmura, S Jansen, ...
PloS one 12 (10), e0185481, 2017
1012017
The response of stomatal conductance to seasonal drought in tropical forests
J Wu, SP Serbin, KS Ely, BT Wolfe, LT Dickman, C Grossiord, ...
Global change biology 26 (2), 823-839, 2020
732020
Subtropical dry forest regeneration in grass-invaded areas of Puerto Rico: Understanding why Leucaena leucocephala dominates and native species fail
BT Wolfe, SJ Van Bloem
Forest Ecology and Management 267, 253-261, 2012
732012
Climate and plant trait strategies determine tree carbon allocation to leaves and mediate future forest productivity
AT Trugman, LDL Anderegg, BT Wolfe, B Birami, NK Ruehr, M Detto, ...
Global change biology 25 (10), 3395-3405, 2019
702019
Leaf reflectance spectroscopy captures variation in carboxylation capacity across species, canopy environment and leaf age in lowland moist tropical forests
J Wu, A Rogers, LP Albert, K Ely, N Prohaska, BT Wolfe, RC Oliveira Jr, ...
New Phytologist 224 (2), 663-674, 2019
642019
Hydraulically‐vulnerable trees survive on deep‐water access during droughts in a tropical forest
R Chitra‐Tarak, C Xu, S Aguilar, KJ Anderson‐Teixeira, J Chambers, ...
New Phytologist 231 (5), 1798-1813, 2021
622021
Food quality, competition, and parasitism influence feeding preference in a neotropical lepidopteran
TA Kursar, BT Wolfe, MJ Epps, PD Coley
Ecology 87 (12), 3058-3069, 2006
432006
Diverse patterns of stored water use among saplings in seasonally dry tropical forests
BT Wolfe, TA Kursar
Oecologia 179, 925-936, 2015
402015
Homoeostatic maintenance of nonstructural carbohydrates during the 2015–2016 El Niño drought across a tropical forest precipitation gradient
LT Dickman, NG McDowell, C Grossiord, AD Collins, BT Wolfe, M Detto, ...
Plant, cell & environment 42 (5), 1705-1714, 2019
392019
Bark water vapour conductance is associated with drought performance in tropical trees
BT Wolfe
Biology Letters 16 (8), 20200263, 2020
312020
A reporting format for leaf-level gas exchange data and metadata
KS Ely, A Rogers, DA Agarwal, EA Ainsworth, LP Albert, A Ali, J Anderson, ...
Ecological Informatics 61, 101232, 2021
272021
Monitoring leaf phenology in moist tropical forests by applying a superpixel-based deep learning method to time-series images of tree canopies
G Song, S Wu, CKF Lee, SP Serbin, BT Wolfe, MK Ng, KS Ely, ...
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 183, 19-33, 2022
232022
Disentangling the effects of vapor pressure deficit and soil water availability on canopy conductance in a seasonal tropical forest during the 2015 El Niño drought
Y Fang, LR Leung, BT Wolfe, M Detto, RG Knox, NG McDowell, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 126 (10), e2021JD035004, 2021
232021
Precipitation mediates sap flux sensitivity to evaporative demand in the neotropics
C Grossiord, B Christoffersen, AM Alonso-Rodríguez, ...
Oecologia 191, 519-530, 2019
232019
Retention of stored water enables tropical tree saplings to survive extreme drought conditions
BT Wolfe
Tree physiology 37 (4), 469-480, 2017
232017
Forest regeneration under Tectona grandis and Terminalia amazonia plantation stands managed for biodiversity conservation in western Panama
BT Wolfe, DH Dent, J Deago, MH Wishnie
New Forests 46, 157-165, 2015
172015
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