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Tree die-off in response to global-change-type drought: mortality insights from a decade of plant water potential field measurements. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.. In Press.
Soil coverage reduces photodegradation and promotes development of soil-micorbial films on dryland leaf litter. Ecosystems . 15:311-321.. 2012.
Horizontal heterogeneity in the frequency of plant‐available water with woodland intercanopy–canopy vegetation patch type rivals that occuring vertically by soil depth. Ecohydrology. 2(4):503-519.. 2009.
Tree die-off in response to global change-type drought: mortality insights from a decade of plant water potential measurements. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 7(4):185-189.. 2008.
Soil moisture redistribution as a mechanism of facilitation in savanna tree-shrub clusters.. Oecologia. 145:32--40.. 2005.
Leaf demography and growth responses to altered resource availability in woody plants of contrasting leaf habit in a subtropical savanna. Plant Ecology. 160:193--205.. 2002.
Interrelationships between plant functional types and soil moisture heterogeneity for semiarid landscapes within the grassland/forest continuum: a unified conceptual model. Landscape Ecology. 14:465--478.. 1999.
Tree-shrub interactions in a subtropical savanna parkland: competition or facilitation?. JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE. 10:525--536.. 1999.