2009 Publications

Adair, E.C., Reich P.B., Hobbie S.E., Knops J.M.H. 2009. Interactive effects of time, CO2, N, and diversity on total belowground carbon allocation and ecosystem carbon storage in a grassland community.  Ecosystems 12:1037-152.

Boyden, S.B., P.B. Reich, K. J. Puettmann, T.R. Baker. 2009. Effects of density and ontogeny on size and growth ranks of three competing tree species.  Journal of Ecology 97:277-288.

Burton, J.I., L.E. Frelich, and E.K. Zenner. 2009. Patterns of plant community structure within and among primary and second-growth northern hardwood forest stands. Forest Ecology and Management 258:2556-2568.

Cernusak, L.A., Tcherkez G., Keitel C., Cornwell W.K., Santiago L.S., Knohl A., Barbour M.G., Williams D.G., Reich P.B., Ellsworth D.S., Dawson T.E., Griffiths H.G., Farquhar G.D., Wright I.J., Westoby M. 2009. Why are non-photosynthetic tissues generally 13C enriched compared to leaves in C3 plants? Review and synthesis of current hypotheses.  Functional Plant Biology 36:199-213.

Chung, H., Zak D., Reich P.B. 2009. Microbial assimilation of new photosynthate is altered by plant species richness and nitrogen deposition.  Biogeochemistry 94:233-242.

Craine, J.M., Elmore A.J., Aidar M.P.M., Bustamante M., Dawson T.E., Hobbie E.A., Kahmen A., Mack M.C., McLauchlan K.K., Michelsen A., Nardoto G.B., Pardo L.H., Peñuelas J., Reich P.B., Schuur E.A.G., Stock W.D., Templer P.H., Virginia R.A.,Welker J.M., Wright I.J. 2009. Global patterns of foliar nitrogen isotopes and their relationships with climate, mycorrhizal fungi, foliar nutrient concentrations, and nitrogen availability.  New Phytologist 183(4):980-992.

Dauer, J.M., Withington J.M., Oleksyn J., Chorover J., Chadwick, O.A., Reich P.B., Eissenstat D.M. 2009. A scanner-based approach to soil profile-wall mapping of root distribution.  Dendrobiology 62: 35-40.

Dickie, I.A., B.T.M. Dentinger, P.G. Avis, D.J. McLaughlin, P.B. Reich. 2009. Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities of oak savanna are distinct from forest communities.  Mycologia 101(4):473–483, DOI: 10.3852/08-178

Dijkstra, F.A., West J.B., Hobbie S.E., Reich P.B. 2009. Antagonistic effects of species on C respiration and net N mineralization in soils from mixed coniferous plantations.  Forest Ecology & Management 257:1112-1118, http://handle.nal.usda.gov/10113/42788

Frelich, L.E. 2009. Book review of "The vanishing present: Wisconsin's changing lands, water, and wildlife," eds. D.M. Waller and T.P. Rooney. University of Chicago Press. The Quarterly Review of Biology 84:293.

Frelich, L.E., P.B. Reich. 2009. Wilderness conservation in an era of global warming and invasive species: a case study from Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.  Natural Areas Journal 29(4):385-393.

Galatowitsch, S., L. Frelich, L. Phillips-Mao. 2009. Regional climate change adaptation strategies for biodiversity conservation in a midcontinental region of North America.  Biological Conservation 142: 2012-2022.

Galatowitsch, S., L.E. Frelich, and L. Phillips-Mao. 2009. Coping with climate change: conservation planning in Minnesota. CURA Reporter 39:3-10. Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

HilleRisLambers, J., W.S. Harpole, S.A. Schnitzer, D. Tilman, P.B. Reich. 2009. CO2, nitrogen, and diversity differentially affect seed production of prairie plants.  Ecology 90(7):1810-1820.

Milla, R., Gimenez-Benavides, L., Escudero, A., Reich, P.B. 2009. Intra- and interspecific performance in growth and reproduction increase with altitude: a case study with two Saxifraga species from northern Spain.  Functional Ecology 23(1): 111-118.

Norris, M.D., P.B. Reich. 2009. Modest enhancement of nitrogen conservation via retranslocation in response to gradients in N supply and leaf N status.  Plant and Soil 316: 193-204.

Olabisi, L.S., Reich P.B., Johnson K.A., Kapuscinski A.R., Su S.H., Wilson E.J. 2009. Reducing greenhouse gas emissions for climate stabilization: framing regional options.  Environmental Science & Technology 43(6): 1696-703.

Ordoñez, J.C., P.M. van Bodegom, J-P.M. Witte, I.J. Wright, P.B. Reich, R. Aerts. 2009. A global study of relationships between leaf traits, climate and soil measures of nutrient fertility.  Global Ecology & Biogeography 18(2):137-149.

Powers, J.S., R.A. Montgomery, E.C. Adair, F.Q. Brearley, S.J. DeWalt, C.T. Castanho, J. Chave, E. Deinert, J.U. Ganzhorn, M.E. Gilbert, J. Antonio-Gonzalez, S. Bunyavejchewin, H.R. Grau, K.E. Harms, A. Hiremath, S. Iriarte-Vivar, E. Manzane, A.A. de Oliveira, L. Poorter, J.B. Ramanamanjato, C. Salk, A.Varela, G.D. Weiblen, M.T. Lerdau. 2009. Decomposition in tropical forests: a pan-tropical study of the effects of litter type, litter placement and faunal exclusion across a precipitation gradient.  Journal of Ecology 97:801-811.

Reich, P.B. 2009. Elevated CO2 reduces losses of plant diversity caused by nitrogen deposition. Science 326:1399-1402.

Reich, P.B. 2009. Accelerating a Silvicultural Metamorphosis? Review of “A Critique of Silviculture: Managing for Complexity” by Puettmann K.J., Messier C., & Coates K.D. BioScience 59: 807-809.

Reich, P.B., J. Oleksyn, I.J. Wright. 2009. Leaf phosphorus influences the photosynthesis-nitrogen relation: a cross-biome analysis of 314 species.  Oecologia 160: 207-212.

Reich, P.B., Falster D.S., Ellsworth D.S., Wright I.J., Westoby M., Oleksyn J., Lee T.D. 2009. Controls on declining carbon balance with leaf age among 10 woody species in Australian woodland: do leaves have zero net carbon balances when they die?  New Phytologist 183:153-166.

Souto, C.P., A.C. Premoli, P.B. Reich. 2009. Leaf trait variation in Embothrium coccineum (Proteaceae) is shaped by complex Patagonian physiographic gradients.  Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 82: 209-222.

Tjoelker, M.G., J. Oleksyn, G. Lorenc-Plucinska & Reich P.B. 2009. Acclimation of respiratory temperature responses in northern and southern populations of Pinus banksiana.  New Phytologist 181: 218-22.

Tobin, M., Reich P.B. 2009. Comparing Indices of Understory Light Availability Between Hemlock and Hardwood Forest Patches.  Can J Forest Research 39:1949-1957.