Jianguo Huang
Jianguo Huang
South China Botanical Garden of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
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A 2,326‐year tree‐ring record of climate variability on the northeastern Qinghai‐Tibetan Plateau
QB Zhang, G Cheng, T Yao, X Kang, J Huang
Geophysical research letters 30 (14), 2003
Response of Forest Trees to Increased Atmospheric CO 2
JG Huang, Y Bergeron, B Denneler, F Berninger, J Tardif
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 26 (5-6), 265-283, 2007
Radial growth response of four dominant boreal tree species to climate along a latitudinal gradient in the eastern Canadian boreal forest
J Huang, JC Tardif, Y Bergeron, B Denneler, F Berninger, MP Girardin
Global Change Biology 16 (2), 711-731, 2010
Woody biomass production lags stem-girth increase by over one month in coniferous forests
HE Cuny, CBK Rathgeber, D Frank, P Fonti, H Mäkinen, P Prislan, ...
Nature plants 1 (11), 1-6, 2015
Pattern of xylem phenology in conifers of cold ecosystems at the Northern Hemisphere
S Rossi, T Anfodillo, K Čufar, HE Cuny, A Deslauriers, P Fonti, D Frank, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (11), 3804-3813, 2016
Use of tree rings to study the effect of climate change on trembling aspen in Québec
Global Change Biology 16 (7), 2039-2051, 2010
Common tree growth anomalies over the northeastern Tibetan Plateau during the last six centuries: implications for regional moisture change
J Li, ER Cook, R D'ARRIGO, F Chen, X Gou, J Peng, J Huang
Global Change Biology 14 (9), 2096-2107, 2008
CAN canopy addition of nitrogen better illustrate the effect of atmospheric nitrogen deposition on forest ecosystem?
W Zhang, W Shen, S Zhu, S Wan, Y Luo, J Yan, K Wang, L Liu, H Dai, P Li, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-12, 2015
Xylem formation can be modeled statistically as a function of primary growth and cambium activity
JG Huang, A Deslauriers, S Rossi
New Phytologist 203 (3), 831-841, 2014
The contribution of carbon and water in modulating wood formation in black spruce saplings
A Deslauriers, JG Huang, L Balducci, M Beaulieu, S Rossi
Plant Physiology 170 (4), 2072-2084, 2016
Tree rings and climate for the last 680 years in Wulan area of northeastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
JG Huang, QB Zhang
Climatic Change 80 (3), 369-377, 2007
Divergent trends in the risk of spring frost damage to trees in Europe with recent warming
Q Ma, JG Huang, H Hänninen, F Berninger
Global change biology 25 (1), 351-360, 2019
Impact of future climate on radial growth of four major boreal tree species in the eastern Canadian boreal forest
JG Huang, Y Bergeron, F Berninger, L Zhai, JC Tardif, B Denneler
PloS one 8 (2), e56758, 2013
Drought causes reduced growth of trembling aspen in western Canada
L Chen, JG Huang, SA Alam, L Zhai, A Dawson, KJ Stadt, PG Comeau
Global Change Biology 23 (7), 2887-2902, 2017
Capturing spiral radial growth of conifers using the superellipse to model tree-ring geometric shape
PJ Shi, JG Huang, C Hui, HD Grissino-Mayer, JC Tardif, LH Zhai, ...
Frontiers in plant science 6, 856, 2015
Contributions of insects and droughts to growth decline of trembling aspen mixed boreal forest of western Canada
L Chen, JG Huang, A Dawson, L Zhai, KJ Stadt, PG Comeau, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (2), 655-667, 2018
Modelling growth-competition relationships in trembling aspen and white spruce mixed boreal forests of western Canada
JG Huang, KJ Stadt, A Dawson, PG Comeau
PloS one 8 (10), e77607, 2013
Long‐term changes in the impacts of global warming on leaf phenology of four temperate tree species
L Chen, JG Huang, Q Ma, H Hänninen, F Tremblay, Y Bergeron
Global change biology 25 (3), 997-1004, 2019
Variation in intra‐annual wood formation, and foliage and shoot development of three major Canadian boreal tree species
L Zhai, Y Bergeron, JG Huang, F Berninger
American Journal of Botany 99 (5), 827-837, 2012
Drought explains variation in the radial growth of white spruce in western Canada
L Chen, JG Huang, KJ Stadt, PG Comeau, L Zhai, A Dawson, SA Alam
Agricultural and forest meteorology 233, 133-142, 2017
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