California Poppies in Santa Cruz Mountains

A sample of recent publications that illustrate the interests of the Landscape Physiology Lab:

Trugman AT, Anderegg LD, Shaw JD, Anderegg WR (2020) Trait velocities reveal that mortality has drivenwidespread coordinated shifts in foresthydraulic trait composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117, 1–7.

Badgley GM*, Anderegg LDL*, Field CB, Berry JA. (2019) An ecologically-based approach to terrestrial primary productivity. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.14729
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* these authors contributed equally

Anderegg LDL & HilleRisLamber J. (2019) Local range boundaries versus large-scale tradeoffs: Climatic and competitive constraints on tree growth. Ecology Letters. 22:787-796.
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Trugman A, Anderegg LDL, Wolfe BT, Birmi B, Ruehr NK, Detto M, Bartlett MK, Anderegg WRL. (2019) Climate and plant trait strategies determine tree carbon allocation to leaves and mediate future forest productivity. Global Change Biology.
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Brodrick P, Anderegg LDL, Asner GA. (2019) Forest drought resistance at large geographic scales. Geophysical Research Letters.
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Data and code (including CWC layers for California):

Anderegg LDL, Berner L, Badgley G, Sethi ML, Law BE, HilleRisLambers J. (2018) Within-species patterns challenge our understanding of the Leaf Economics Spectrum. Ecology Letters. 21:734-744 http://doi: 10.1111/ele.12945.
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