Ross McMurtrie
Ross McMurtrie
Honorary Professorial Fellow, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
E-mail confirmado em unsw.edu.au
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Progressive nitrogen limitation of ecosystem responses to rising atmospheric carbon dioxide
Y Luo, BO Su, WS Currie, JS Dukes, A Finzi, U Hartwig, B Hungate, ...
Bioscience 54 (8), 731-739, 2004
12132004
Does conversion of forest to agricultural land change soil carbon and nitrogen? A review of the literature
D Murty, MUF Kirschbaum, RE Mcmurtrie, H Mcgilvray
Global change biology 8 (2), 105-123, 2002
10652002
CO2 enhancement of forest productivity constrained by limited nitrogen availability
RJ Norby, JM Warren, CM Iversen, BE Medlyn, RE McMurtrie
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (45), 19368-19373, 2010
7922010
Aboveground net primary production decline with stand age: potential causes
ST Gower, RE McMurtrie, D Murty
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 11 (9), 378-382, 1996
6281996
Foliage, fine-root, woody-tissue and stand respiration in Pinus radiata in relation to nitrogen status
MG Ryan, RM Hubbard, S Pongracic, RJ Raison, RE McMurtrie
Tree physiology 16 (3), 333-343, 1996
6081996
Long‐Term Response of Nutrient‐Limited Forests to CO" 2 Enrichment; Equilibrium Behavior of Plant‐Soil Models
HN Comins, RE McMurtrie
Ecological Applications 3 (4), 666-681, 1993
3661993
The response of heterotrophic CO2 flux to soil warming
PE Eliasson, RE McMurtrie, DA Pepper, M Strömgren, S Linder, GI Ågren
Global Change Biology 11 (1), 167-181, 2005
3512005
Modelling the yield of Pinus radiata on a site limited by water and nitrogen
RE McMurtrie, DA Rook, FM Kelliher
Forest Ecology and Management 30 (1-4), 381-413, 1990
3201990
State‐of‐the‐art of models of production‐decomposition linkages in conifer and grassland ecosystems
GI Agren, RE McMurtrie, WJ Parton, J Pastor, HH Shugart
Ecological applications 1 (2), 118-138, 1991
3011991
Estimation of leaf area index in eucalypt forest using digital photography
C Macfarlane, M Hoffman, D Eamus, N Kerp, S Higginson, R McMurtrie, ...
Agricultural and forest meteorology 143 (3-4), 176-188, 2007
2922007
Mathematical models of the photosynthetic response of tree stands to rising CO2 concentrations and temperatures
RE McMurtrie, YP Wang
Plant, Cell & Environment 16 (1), 1-13, 1993
2841993
Acclimation of the respiration/photosynthesis ratio to temperature: insights from a model
RC Dewar, BE Medlyn, RE Mcmurtrie
Global change biology 5 (5), 615-622, 1999
2761999
Modeling carbon allocation in trees: a search for principles
O Franklin, J Johansson, RC Dewar, U Dieckmann, RE McMurtrie, ...
Tree Physiology 32 (6), 648-666, 2012
2312012
Gene frequency clines in the presence of selection opposed by gene flow
RM May, JA Endler, RE McMurtrie
The American Naturalist 109 (970), 659-676, 1975
2301975
An instrumental variable method for model order identification
P Young, A Jakeman, R McMurtrie
Automatica 16 (3), 281-294, 1980
2271980
Ecosystem physiology responses to global change
HAMJ Canadell, FS Chapin III, JR Ehleringer, C Korner, RE McMurtrie, ...
The terrestrial biosphere and global change: Implications for natural and …, 1999
2211999
Modelling of canopy carbon and water balance
RE McMurtrie
Photosynthesis and production in a changing environment, 220-231, 1993
206*1993
Climatic factors controlling the productivity of Norway spruce: a model-based analysis
J Bergh, RE McMurtrie, S Linder
Forest ecology and management 110 (1-3), 127-139, 1998
2021998
On the validation of models of forest CO2 exchange using eddy covariance data: some perils and pitfalls
BE Medlyn, AP Robinson, R Clement, RE McMurtrie
Tree physiology 25 (7), 839-857, 2005
1872005
Climatic factors controlling the productivity of pine stands: a model-based analysis
RE McMurtrie, HL Gholz, S Linder, ST Gower
Ecological Bulletins, 173-188, 1994
1591994
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