2004 journal article

Monthly leaf area index estimates from point-in-time measurements and needle phenology for Pinus taeda (vol 33, pg 2477, 2003)

Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34(3).

By: D. Sampson, T. Albaugh, K. Johnson, H. Allen & S. Zarnoch

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2001 journal article

Stand-scale correspondence in empirical and simulated labile carbohydrates in loblolly pine

Forest Science, 47(1), 60–68.

By: D. Sampson, K. Johnsen, K. Ludovici, T. Albaugh & C. Maier

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2000 journal article

A climate change database for biological assessments in the southeastern United States: development and case study

Climatic Change, 44(1-2), 89–121.

By: E. Cooter, M. Richman, P. Lamb & D. Sampson

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1999 journal article

Regional influences of soil available water-holding capacity and climate, and leaf area index on simulated loblolly pine productivity

Forest Ecology and Management, 124(1), 1–12.

By: D. Sampson & H. Allen

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1998 journal article

A conceptual approach to stand management using leaf area index as the integral of site structure, physiological function, and resource supply

Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Southern Silviculture Research Conference : Clemson, South Carolina, February 25-27, 1997, (-20), 447.

By: D. Sampson, J. Vose & H. Allen

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1998 chapter

An index for assessing climate change and elevated carbon dioxide effects on loblolly pine productivity

In R. A. Mickler & S. Fox (Eds.), The productivity and sustainability of Southern forest ecosystems in a changing environment. (Ecological studies; 128) (pp. 367–389).

By: D. Sampson, P. Dougherty & H. Allen

Ed(s): R. Mickler & S. Fox

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1998 chapter

An investigation of the impacts of elevated CO2, irrigation, and fertilization on the physiology and growth of loblolly pine

In R. A. Mickler & S. Fox (Eds.), The productivity and sustainability of Southern forest ecosystems in a changing environment. (Ecological studies; 128) (pp. 149–168).

By: P. Dougherty, H. Allen, L. Kress, R. Murthy, C. Maier, T. Albaugh, D. Sampson

Ed(s): R. Mickler & S. Fox

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1998 journal article

Light attenuation in a 14-year-old loblolly pine stand as influenced by fertilization and irrigation

Trees (Berlin, Germany), 13(2), 80–87.

By: D. Sampson & H. Allen

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1995 journal article

Direct and indirect estimates of leaf area index (LAI) for lodgepole and loblolly pine stands

Trees (Berlin, Germany), 9(3), 119.

By: D. Sampson & H. Allen

Source: NC State University Libraries
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