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Bert Cregg
Bert Cregg
Dept. of Horticulture and Dept. of Forestry, Michigan State University
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Carbon sequestration potential of extensive green roofs
KL Getter, DB Rowe, GP Robertson, BM Cregg, JA Andresen
Environmental science & technology 43 (19), 7564-7570, 2009
4482009
Physiology and genetics of tree growth response to moisture and temperature stress: an examination of the characteristics of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)
RO Teskey, BC Bongarten, BM Cregg, PM Dougherty, TC Hennessey
Tree Physiology 3 (1), 41-61, 1987
2091987
Solar radiation intensity influences extensive green roof plant communities
KL Getter, DB Rowe, BM Cregg
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 8 (4), 269-281, 2009
1522009
Carbon isotopic composition, gas exchange, and growth of three populations of ponderosa pine differing in drought tolerance
JW Zhang, Z Feng, BM Cregg, CM Schumann
Tree physiology 17 (7), 461-466, 1997
1511997
Carbon allocation, gas exchange, and needle morphology of Pinus ponderosa genotypes known to differ in growth and survival under imposed drought
BM Cregg
Tree physiology 14 (7-8-9), 883-898, 1994
1481994
Physiology and morphology of Pinus sylvestris seedlings from diverse sources under cyclic drought stress
BM Cregg, JW Zhang
Forest Ecology and Management 154 (1-2), 131-139, 2001
1462001
Tree moisture stress and insect damage in urban areas in relation to heat island effects
BM Cregg, ME Dix
Journal of Arboriculture 27 (1), 8-17, 2001
1402001
Quantifying carbon sequestration of various green roof and ornamental landscape systems
LJ Whittinghill, DB Rowe, R Schutzki, BM Cregg
Landscape and Urban Planning 123, 41-48, 2014
1392014
Growth and wood quality of young loblolly pine trees in relation to stand density and climatic factors
BM Cregg, PM Dougherty, TC Hennessey
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18 (7), 851-858, 1988
1341988
Annual variation in needle fall of a loblolly pine stand in relation to climate and stand density
TC Hennessey, PM Dougherty, BM Cregg, RF Wittwer
Forest Ecology and Management 51 (4), 329-338, 1992
1151992
Evaluation of vegetable production on extensive green roofs
LJ Whittinghill, DB Rowe, BM Cregg
Agroecology and sustainable food systems 37 (4), 465-484, 2013
1082013
Distribution of trunk-injected 14C-imidacloprid in ash trees and effects on emerald ash borer (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) adults
D Mota-Sanchez, BM Cregg, DG McCullough, TM Poland, ...
Crop Protection 28 (8), 655-661, 2009
942009
Effects of nitrogen form on nutrient uptake and physiology of Fraser fir (Abies fraseri)
DE Rothstein, BM Cregg
Forest ecology and management 219 (1), 69-80, 2005
942005
Comparison of stormwater runoff from sedum, native prairie, and vegetable producing green roofs
LJ Whittinghill, DB Rowe, JA Andresen, BM Cregg
Urban ecosystems 18 (1), 13-29, 2015
842015
Container-grown ornamental plant growth and water runoff nutrient content and volume under four irrigation treatments
RT Fernandez, BM Cregg, JA Andresen
HortScience 44 (6), 1573-1580, 2009
712009
Provenance variation in carbon isotope discrimination of mature ponderosa pine trees at two locations in the Great Plains
BM Cregg, JM Olivas-García, TC Hennessey
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (3), 428-439, 2000
712000
Water conservation, growth, and water use efficiency of container-grown woody ornamentals irrigated based on daily water use
RT Fernandez, BM Cregg, JA Andresen
HortScience 44 (5), 1308-1318, 2009
672009
Water relations of loblolly pine trees in southeastern Oklahoma following precommercial thinning
BM Cregg, TC Hennessey, PM Dougherty
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 20 (9), 1508-1513, 1990
611990
Effect of shade stress on growth, morphology, and carbon dynamics of loblolly pine branches
BM Cregg, RO Teskey, PM Dougherty
Trees 7 (4), 208-213, 1993
561993
Genotypic variation in carbon isotope discrimination and gas exchange of ponderosa pine seedlings under two levels of water stress
JM Olivas-García, BM Cregg, TC Hennessey
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (10), 1581-1590, 2000
532000
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