|Stomatal conductance of forest species after long‐term exposure to elevated CO2 concentration: a synthesis|
BE Medlyn, CVM Barton, MSJ Broadmeadow, R Ceulemans, ...
New Phytologist 149 (2), 247-264, 2001
|Reconciling the optimal and empirical approaches to modelling stomatal conductance|
BE Medlyn, RA Duursma, D Eamus, DS Ellsworth, IC Prentice, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (6), 2134-2144, 2011
|Effects of elevated [CO2] on photosynthesis in European forest species: a meta‐analysis of model parameters|
BE Medlyn, FW Badeck, DGG De Pury, CVM Barton, M Broadmeadow, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 22 (12), 1475-1495, 1999
|Remote sensing of canopy light use efficiency using the photochemical reflectance index: Model and sensitivity analysis|
CVM Barton, PRJ North
Remote Sensing of Environment 78 (3), 264-273, 2001
|Optimal stomatal behaviour around the world|
YS Lin, BE Medlyn, RA Duursma, IC Prentice, H Wang, S Baig, D Eamus, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (5), 459-464, 2015
|Developing general allometric relationships for regional estimates of carbon sequestration—an example using Eucalyptus pilularis from seven contrasting sites|
KD Montagu, K Düttmer, CVM Barton, AL Cowie
Forest Ecology and Management 204 (1), 115-129, 2005
|An atlas of seabird distribution in north-west European waters|
CJ Stone, A Webb, C Barton, N Ratcliffe, TC Reed, ML Tasker, ...
|Detection of tree roots and determination of root diameters by ground penetrating radar under optimal conditions|
CVM Barton, KD Montagu
Tree physiology 24 (12), 1323-1331, 2004
|Why is plant-growth response to elevated CO2 amplified when water is limiting, but reduced when nitrogen is limiting? A growth-optimisation hypothesis|
RE McMurtrie, RJ Norby, BE Medlyn, RC Dewar, DA Pepper, PB Reich, ...
Functional Plant Biology 35 (6), 521-534, 2008
|Whole-tree chambers for elevated atmospheric CO2 experimentation and tree scale flux measurements in south-eastern Australia: the Hawkesbury Forest Experiment|
CVM Barton, DS Ellsworth, BE Medlyn, RA Duursma, DT Tissue, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150 (7-8), 941-951, 2010
|Seasonal responses of xylem sap velocity to VPD and solar radiation during drought in a stand of native trees in temperate Australia|
MJB Zeppel, BR Murray, C Barton, D Eamus
Functional Plant Biology 31 (5), 461-470, 2004
|Development and testing of allometric equations for estimating above-ground biomass of mixed-species environmental plantings|
KI Paul, SH Roxburgh, JR England, P Ritson, T Hobbs, K Brooksbank, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 483-494, 2013
|European forests and global change: the likely impacts of rising CO2 and temperature|
C Barton, HS Lee, S Wilson
Cambridge University Press, 1998
|A branch bag and CO2 control system for long‐term CO2 enrichment of mature Sitka spruce [Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr.]|
CVM Barton, HSJ Lee, PG Jarvis
Plant, Cell & Environment 16 (9), 1139-1148, 1993
|Trees tolerate an extreme heatwave via sustained transpirational cooling and increased leaf thermal tolerance|
JE Drake, MG Tjoelker, A Vċrhammar, BE Medlyn, PB Reich, A Leigh, ...
Global change biology 24 (6), 2390-2402, 2018
|Testing the generality of above‐ground biomass allometry across plant functional types at the continent scale|
KI Paul, SH Roxburgh, J Chave, JR England, A Zerihun, A Specht, ...
Global change biology 22 (6), 2106-2124, 2016
|Photosynthesis of temperate Eucalyptus globulus trees outside their native range has limited adjustment to elevated CO2 and climate warming|
KY Crous, AG Quentin, YS Lin, BE Medlyn, DG Williams, CVM Barton, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (12), 3790-3807, 2013
|Seasonal acclimation of leaf respiration in Eucalyptus saligna trees: impacts of elevated atmospheric CO2 and summer drought|
KY Crous, J Zaragoza‐Castells, M Loew, DS Ellsworth, DT Tissue, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1560-1576, 2011
|Effects of elevated atmospheric [CO2] on instantaneous transpiration efficiency at leaf and canopy scales in Eucalyptus saligna|
CVM Barton, RA Duursma, BE Medlyn, DS Ellsworth, D Eamus, DT Tissue, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (2), 585-595, 2012
|The peaked response of transpiration rate to vapour pressure deficit in field conditions can be explained by the temperature optimum of photosynthesis|
RA Duursma, CVM Barton, YS Lin, BE Medlyn, D Eamus, DT Tissue, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 189, 2-10, 2014