Kathleen Kavanagh
Kathleen Kavanagh
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Stomatal behavior of four woody species in relation to leaf-specific hydraulic conductance and threshold water potential
BJ Bond, KL Kavanagh
Tree Physiology 19 (8), 503-510, 1999
2651999
Shoot and root vulnerability to xylem cavitation in four populations of Douglas-fir seedlings
KL Kavanagh, BJ Bond, SN Aitken, BL Gartner, S Knowe
Tree Physiology 19 (1), 31-37, 1999
2031999
Consequences of environmental service payments for forest retention and recruitment in a Costa Rican biological corridor
WC Morse, JL Schedlbauer, SE Sesnie, B Finegan, CA Harvey, ...
Ecology and Society 14 (1), 2009
1242009
Consequences of environmental service payments for forest retention and recruitment in a Costa Rican biological corridor
WC Morse, JL Schedlbauer, SE Sesnie, B Finegan, CA Harvey, ...
Ecology and Society 14 (1), 2009
1242009
Nocturnal transpiration causing disequilibrium between soil and stem predawn water potential in mixed conifer forests of Idaho
KL Kavanagh, R Pangle, AD Schotzko
Tree Physiology 27 (4), 621-629, 2007
1152007
The cohesion-tension theory
G Angeles, B Bond, JS Boyer, T Brodribb, JR Brooks, MJ Burns, ...
New Phytologist 163 (3), 451-452, 2004
922004
Pseudothecia of Swiss needle cast fungus, Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii, physically block stomata of Douglas fir, reducing CO2 assimilation
DK Manter, BJ Bond, KL Kavanagh, PH Rosso, GM Filip
New Phytologist 148 (3), 481-491, 2000
862000
Soil carbon dynamics in a chronosequence of secondary forests in northeastern Costa Rica
JL Schedlbauer, KL Kavanagh
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (3-4), 1326-1335, 2008
702008
Growth response of Douglas-fir seedlings to nitrogen fertilization: importance of Rubisco activation state and respiration rates
DK Manter, KL Kavanagh, CL Rose
Tree physiology 25 (8), 1015-1021, 2005
662005
Modelling the impacts of the foliar pathogen, Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii, on Douglas-fir physiology: net canopy carbon assimilation, needle abscission and growth
DK Manter, BJ Bond, KL Kavanagh, JK Stone, GM Filip
Ecological Modelling 164 (2-3), 211-226, 2003
572003
A way forward for fire-caused tree mortality prediction: modeling a physiological consequence of fire
KL Kavanagh, MB Dickinson, AS Bova
Fire Ecology 6 (1), 80-94, 2010
542010
Xylem cavitation and loss of hydraulic conductance in western hemlock following planting
KL Kavanagh, JB Zaerr
Tree physiology 17 (1), 59-63, 1997
501997
Cold air drainage and modeled nocturnal leaf water potential in complex forested terrain
JA Hubbart, KL Kavanagh, R Pangle, T Link, A Schotzko
Tree Physiology 27 (4), 631-639, 2007
492007
Genetic variation in seedling water-use efficiency as estimated by carbon isotope ratios and its relationship to sapling growth in Douglas-fir
SN Aitken, KL Kavanagh, BJ Yoder
For. Genet 2, 199-206, 1995
401995
Catchment scale controls the temporal connection of transpiration and diel fluctuations in streamflow
CB Graham, HR Barnard, KL Kavanagh, JP McNamara
Hydrological Processes 27 (18), 2541-2556, 2013
382013
Wildfire effects on soil gross nitrogen transformation rates in coniferous forests of central Idaho, USA
A Koyama, KL Kavanagh, K Stephan
Ecosystems 13 (7), 1112-1126, 2010
352010
Marine nitrogen in central Idaho riparian forests: evidence from stable isotopes
A Koyama, K Kavanagh, A Robinson
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62 (3), 518-526, 2005
352005
Acclimatizing micropropagated black cherry by comparison with half‐sib seedlings
AP Drew, KL Kavanagh, CA Maynard
Physiologia Plantarum 86 (3), 459-464, 1992
321992
Nitrogen and carbon dynamics of a foliar biotrophic fungal parasite in fertilized Douglas‐fir
Z El‐Hajj, K Kavanagh, C Rose, Z Kanaan‐Atallah
New Phytologist 163 (1), 139-147, 2004
292004
Genetic variation in drought hardiness of coastal Douglas-fir seedlings from British Columbia
TS Anekonda, MC Lomas, WT Adams, KL Kavanagh, SN Aitken
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32 (10), 1701-1716, 2002
292002
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