Simon M Landhausser
Simon M Landhausser
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A method for routine measurements of total sugar and starch content in woody plant tissues
PS Chow, SM Landhäusser
Tree physiology 24 (10), 1129-1136, 2004
4292004
A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality
HD Adams, MJB Zeppel, WRL Anderegg, H Hartmann, SM Landhäusser, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (9), 1285-1291, 2017
4112017
An analysis of sucker regeneration of trembling aspen
BR Frey, VJ Lieffers, SM Landhäusser, PG Comeau, KJ Greenway
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33 (7), 1169-1179, 2003
2822003
Predicting landscape patterns of aspen dieback: mechanisms and knowledge gaps
BR Frey, VJ Lieffers, EH Hogg, SM Landhäusser
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (7), 1379-1390, 2004
2162004
Forest restoration following surface mining disturbance: challenges and solutions
SE Macdonald, SM Landhäusser, J Skousen, J Franklin, J Frouz, S Hall, ...
New Forests 46 (5), 703-732, 2015
2062015
Postfire vegetation recovery and tree establishment at the Arctic treeline: climate-change-vegetation-response hypotheses
SM Landhausser, RW Wein
Journal of Ecology, 665-672, 1993
1791993
Root carbon reserve dynamics in aspen seedlings: does simulated drought induce reserve limitation?
DA Galvez, SM Landhäusser, MT Tyree
Tree physiology 31 (3), 250-257, 2011
1572011
Seasonal changes in carbohydrate reserves in mature northern Populus tremuloides clones
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Trees 17 (6), 471-476, 2003
1562003
Growth of Populus tremuloides in association with Calamagrostis canadensis
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (3), 396-401, 1998
1521998
Non-structural carbohydrates in woody plants compared among laboratories
AG Quentin, EA Pinkard, MG Ryan, DT Tissue, LS Baggett, HD Adams, ...
Tree physiology 35 (11), 1146-1165, 2015
1502015
Root water flow and growth of aspen (Populus tremuloides) at low root temperatures
X Wan, SM Landhäusser, JJ Zwiazek, VJ Lieffers
Tree physiology 19 (13), 879-884, 1999
1491999
Disturbance facilitates rapid range expansion of aspen into higher elevations of the Rocky Mountains under a warming climate
SM Landhäusser, D Deshaies, VJ Lieffers
Journal of Biogeography 37 (1), 68-76, 2010
1362010
Leaf area renewal, root retention and carbohydrate reserves in a clonal tree species following above‐ground disturbance
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Journal of Ecology 90 (4), 658-665, 2002
1332002
Restoring forests: what constitutes success in the twenty-first century?
DF Jacobs, JA Oliet, J Aronson, A Bolte, JM Bullock, PJ Donoso, ...
New Forests 46 (5), 601-614, 2015
1262015
Coarse and fine root respiration in aspen (Populus tremuloides)
A Desrochers, SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Tree physiology 22 (10), 725-732, 2002
1252002
Effects of leaf litter on the growth of boreal feather mosses: implication for forest floor development
S Natalia, VJ Lieffers, SM Landhäusser
Journal of vegetation science 19 (2), 253-260, 2008
1142008
A synthesis of tree functional traits related to drought‐induced mortality in forests across climatic zones
MJ O'Brien, BMJ Engelbrecht, J Joswig, G Pereyra, B Schuldt, S Jansen, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (6), 1669-1686, 2017
1122017
A comparison of growth and physiology in Picea glauca and Populus tremuloides at different soil temperatures
SM Landhäusser, A DesRochers, VJ Lieffers
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31 (11), 1922-1929, 2001
1082001
Defoliation increases risk of carbon starvation in root systems of mature aspen
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Trees 26 (2), 653-661, 2012
1002012
Defoliation increases risk of carbon starvation in root systems of mature aspen
SM Landhäusser, VJ Lieffers
Trees 26 (2), 653-661, 2012
1002012
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