D. Scott Mackay
D. Scott Mackay
Professor of Geography, University at Buffalo
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Evaluating theories of drought‐induced vegetation mortality using a multimodel–experiment framework
NG McDowell, RA Fisher, C Xu, JC Domec, T Hölttä, DS Mackay, ...
New Phytologist 200 (2), 304-321, 2013
3552013
Impacts of input parameter spatial aggregation on an agricultural nonpoint source pollution model
TW FitzHugh, DS Mackay
Journal of hydrology 236 (1-2), 35-53, 2000
3132000
Improving the representation of hydrologic processes in Earth System Models
MP Clark, Y Fan, DM Lawrence, JC Adam, D Bolster, DJ Gochis, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (8), 5929-5956, 2015
2772015
Multi-scale predictions of massive conifer mortality due to chronic temperature rise
NG Mcdowell, AP Williams, C Xu, WT Pockman, LT Dickman, S Sevanto, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (3), 295-300, 2016
2752016
Tree species effects on stand transpiration in northern Wisconsin
BE Ewers, DS Mackay, ST Gower, DE Ahl, SN Burrows, SS Samanta
Water resources research 38 (7), 8-1-8-11, 2002
1652002
Predicting stomatal responses to the environment from the optimization of photosynthetic gain and hydraulic cost
JS Sperry, MD Venturas, WRL Anderegg, M Mencuccini, DS Mackay, ...
Plant, cell & environment 40 (6), 816-830, 2017
1612017
Application of geostatistics to characterize leaf area index (LAI) from flux tower to landscape scales using a cyclic sampling design
SN Burrows, ST Gower, MK Clayton, DS Mackay, DE Ahl, JM Norman, ...
Ecosystems 5 (7), 0667-0679, 2002
1562002
Hillslope hydrology in global change research and Earth system modeling
Y Fan, M Clark, DM Lawrence, S Swenson, LE Band, SL Brantley, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (2), 1737-1772, 2019
1492019
Heterogeneity of light use efficiency in a northern Wisconsin forest: implications for modeling net primary production with remote sensing
DE Ahl, ST Gower, DS Mackay, SN Burrows, JM Norman, GR Diak
Remote Sensing of Environment 93 (1-2), 168-178, 2004
1422004
Effects of spatial detail of soil information on watershed modeling
AX Zhu, DS Mackay
Journal of Hydrology 248 (1-4), 54-77, 2001
1342001
Contrasting carbon dioxide fluxes between a drying shrub wetland in Northern Wisconsin, USA, and nearby forests
BN Sulman, AR Desai, BD Cook, N Saliendra, DS Mackay
Biogeosciences 6 (6), 1115-1126, 2009
1312009
Interannual consistency in canopy stomatal conductance control of leaf water potential across seven tree species
BE Ewers, DS Mackay, S Samanta
Tree Physiology 27 (1), 11-24, 2007
1212007
Effects of distribution-based parameter aggregation on a spatially distributed agricultural nonpoint source pollution model
E Chen, DS Mackay
Journal of Hydrology 295 (1-4), 211-224, 2004
1212004
Pragmatic hydraulic theory predicts stomatal responses to climatic water deficits
JS Sperry, Y Wang, BT Wolfe, DS Mackay, WRL Anderegg, NG McDowell, ...
New Phytologist 212 (3), 577-589, 2016
1202016
Forest ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: Dynamic coupling of distributed hydrology and canopy growth
DS Mackay, LE Band
Hydrological Processes 11 (9), 1197-1217, 1997
1161997
Extraction and representation of nested catchment areas from digital elevation models in lake‐dominated topography
DS Mackay, LE Band
Water resources research 34 (4), 897-901, 1998
1131998
Effects of aggregated classifications of forest composition on estimates of evapotranspiration in a northern Wisconsin forest
DS Mackay, DE Ahl, BE Ewers, ST Gower, SN Burrows, S Samanta, ...
Global Change Biology 8 (12), 1253-1265, 2002
1032002
Interdependence of chronic hydraulic dysfunction and canopy processes can improve integrated models of tree response to drought
DS Mackay, DE Roberts, BE Ewers, JS Sperry, NG McDowell, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (8), 6156-6176, 2015
912015
CO2 fluxes at northern fens and bogs have opposite responses to inter‐annual fluctuations in water table
BN Sulman, AR Desai, NZ Saliendra, PM Lafleur, LB Flanagan, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (19), 2010
902010
Ecosystem processes at the watershed scale: sensitivity to potential climate change
LE Band, DS Mackay, IF Creed, R Semkin, D Jeffries
Limnology and Oceanography 41 (5), 928-938, 1996
841996
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