2004 Publications

Dickie, I.A., R.C. Guza, S.E. Krazewski, P.B. Reich. 2004. Shared ectomycorrhizal fungi between an herbaceous perennial (Helianthemum bicknellii) and oak (Quercus) seedlings. New Phytologist 164:375-382.

Dijkstra, F., S. Hobbie, P. Reich, J. Knops. 2004. Nitrogen deposition and plant species interact to influence soil carbon stabilization. Ecology Letters 7:1192-1198.

Ellsworth, D.S., P.B. Reich, E.S. Naumburg, G.W. Koch, M. Kubiske, S. Smith. 2004. Photosynthesis, carboxylation and leaf nitrogen responses of 16 species to elevated pCO2 across four free-air CO2 enrichment experiments in forest, grassland and desert. Global Change Biology 10:2121-2138.

Givnish T.J., R.A. Montgomery, G. Goldstein. 2004. Adaptive radiation of photosynthetic physiology in the Hawaiian lobeliads: light regimes, static light responses, and whole-plant compensation points.  American Journal of Botany 91:228-246.

Hale, C.M., L.E. Frelich, P.B. Reich. 2004. Allometric equations for estimation of ash-free dry mass from length measurements for selected European earthworm species (Lumbricidae) in the western Great Lakes region. American Midland Naturalist 151(1):179-185.

Harms, K.E., J.S. Powers, R.A. Montgomery. 2004. Variation in small sapling density, understory cover and resource availability in four Neotropical forests. Biotropica 36:40-51.

Hockman, E., T. Lee, P. Reich. 2004. The effect of atmospheric carbon dioxide on photosynthesis and water use efficiency across 13 prairie species. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day. April 26, 2004.

Losek, L., T. Lee, P. Reich. 2004. Contrasting C3 and C4 prairie species response to atmospheric CO2 over a growing season. UW-Eau Claire Student Research Day. April 26, 2004.

Mehta, S., L.E. Frelich, M.T. Jones, and J. Manolis. 2004. Examining the effects of alternative management strategies on landscape-scale forest patterns in northeastern Minnesota using LANDIS. Ecological Modelling 180:73-87.

Montgomery, R.A. 2004. Effects of understory vegetation on patterns of light attenuation near the forest floor.  Biotropica 36:33-39.

Montgomery, R.A. 2004. Relative importance of photosynthetic physiology and biomass allocation for tree seedling growth across a broad light gradient. Tree Physiology 24:155–167.

Reich, P.B., J. Oleksyn. 2004. Global patterns of plant leaf N and P in relation to temperature and latitude. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 101:11001-11006.

Reich, P.B., D. Tilman, S. Naeem, D. Ellsworth, J. Knops, J. Craine, D. Wedin, J. Trost. 2004. Species and functional diversity independently influence biomass accumulation and its response to CO2 and N. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 101:10101-10106.

Weyenberg, S.A, L.E. Frelich, P.B. Reich. 2004. Logging versus fire: how does disturbance type influence the abundance of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) regeneration? Silva Fennica 38:179-194.

Worm K.A., T.D. Lee, and P.B. Reich. 2004. Variation in plant photosynthetic and biomass responses to species richness, CO2 and N: Role of unique functional attributes. The Ecological Society of America 89th Annual Meeting Abstracts; August 1-6, 2004, Portland, OR. Washington D.C.: The Ecological Society of America. Portland, OR. Washington D.C.: The Ecological Society of America.

Wright I. J., P.B. Reich, M. Westoby, D. Ackerly, Z. Baruch, J. Cavender-Bares, T. Chapin, H. Cornelissen, M. Diemer, E. Garnier, J. Gulias, K. Hikosaka, B. Lamont. 2004. The worldwide leaf economics spectrum. Nature 428:821-827.