David B. Clark
David B. Clark
Research Professor of Biology
Verified email at msx.umsl.edu
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Life history diversity of canopy and emergent trees in a neotropical rain forest
DA Clark, DB Clark
Ecological monographs 62 (3), 315-344, 1992
9491992
Spacing dynamics of a tropical rain forest tree: evaluation of the Janzen-Connell model
DA Clark, DB Clark
The American Naturalist 124 (6), 769-788, 1984
8281984
Hyperspectral discrimination of tropical rain forest tree species at leaf to crown scales
ML Clark, DA Roberts, DB Clark
Remote sensing of environment 96 (3-4), 375-398, 2005
7862005
Estimation of tropical forest structural characteristics using large-footprint lidar
JB Drake, RO Dubayah, DB Clark, RG Knox, JB Blair, MA Hofton, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 79 (2-3), 305-319, 2002
7272002
Landscape-scale variation in forest structure and biomass in a tropical rain forest
DB Clark, DA Clark
Forest ecology and management 137 (1-3), 185-198, 2000
6582000
Edaphic factors and the landscape‐scale distributions of tropical rain forest trees
DB Clark, MW Palmer, DA Clark
Ecology 80 (8), 2662-2675, 1999
6291999
Tropical rain forest tree growth and atmospheric carbon dynamics linked to interannual temperature variation during 1984–2000
DA Clark, SC Piper, CD Keeling, DB Clark
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 100 (10), 5852-5857, 2003
5722003
Edaphic variation and the mesoscale distribution of tree species in a neotropical rain forest
DB Clark, DA Clark, JM Read
Journal of ecology 86 (1), 101-112, 1998
4871998
Small-footprint lidar estimation of sub-canopy elevation and tree height in a tropical rain forest landscape
ML Clark, DB Clark, DA Roberts
Remote Sensing of Environment 91 (1), 68-89, 2004
4212004
Above‐ground biomass estimation in closed canopy neotropical forests using lidar remote sensing: Factors affecting the generality of relationships
JB Drake, RG Knox, RO Dubayah, DB Clark, R Condit, JB Blair, M Hofton
Global ecology and biogeography 12 (2), 147-159, 2003
3882003
Sensitivity of large-footprint lidar to canopy structure and biomass in a neotropical rainforest
JB Drake, RO Dubayah, RG Knox, DB Clark, JB Blair
Remote Sensing of Environment 81 (2-3), 378-392, 2002
3722002
Long-term study of solar radiation regimes in a tropical wet forest using quantum sensors and hemispherical photography
PM Rich, DB Clark, DA Clark, SF Oberbauer
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 65 (1-2), 107-127, 1993
3491993
Forest disturbance and recovery: A general review in the context of spaceborne remote sensing of impacts on aboveground biomass and canopy structure
S Frolking, MW Palace, DB Clark, JQ Chambers, HH Shugart, GC Hurtt
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 114 (G2), 2009
3292009
Edaphic and human effects on landscape‐scale distributions of tropical rain forest palms
DA Clark, DB Clark, RM Sandoval, MVC Castro
Ecology 76 (8), 2581-2594, 1995
3071995
Distribution and effects on tree growth of lianas and woody hemiepiphytes in a Costa Rican tropical wet forest
DB Clark, DA Clark
Journal of Tropical Ecology 6 (3), 321-331, 1990
2881990
The impact of physical damage on canopy tree regeneration in tropical rain forest
DB Clark, DA Clark
The Journal of Ecology, 447-457, 1991
2831991
An estimate of the number of tropical tree species
JWF Slik, V Arroyo-Rodríguez, SI Aiba, P Alvarez-Loayza, LF Alves, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (24), 7472-7477, 2015
2822015
Assessing the growth of tropical rain forest trees: issues for forest modeling and management
DA Clark, DB Clark
Ecological applications 9 (3), 981-997, 1999
2751999
Annual wood production in a tropical rain forest in NE Costa Rica linked to climatic variation but not to increasing CO2
DB Clark, DA Clark, SF Oberbauer
Global Change Biology 16 (2), 747-759, 2010
2732010
Evaluation of digital and film hemispherical photography and spherical densiometry for measuring forest light environments
SR Englund, JJ O'Brien, DB Clark
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (12), 1999-2005, 2000
2712000
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