Nate Looker
Nate Looker
Research Soil Scientist, Soil Health Institute
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Differential use of winter precipitation by upper and lower elevation Douglas fir in the Northern Rockies
J Martin, N Looker, Z Hoylman, K Jencso, J Hu
Global change biology 24 (12), 5607-5621, 2018
Contribution of sapwood traits to uncertainty in conifer sap flow as estimated with the heat-ratio method
N Looker, J Martin, K Jencso, J Hu
Agricultural and forest meteorology 223, 60-71, 2016
Why size matters: the interactive influences of tree diameter distribution and sap flow parameters on upscaled transpiration
ZC Berry, N Looker, F Holwerda, LR Gómez Aguilar, P Ortiz Colin, ...
Tree physiology 38 (2), 263-275, 2017
Evaluating ecosystem service trade-offs along a land-use intensification gradient in central Veracruz, Mexico
ZC Berry, KW Jones, LRG Aguilar, RG Congalton, F Holwerda, R Kolka, ...
Ecosystem Services 45, 101181, 2020
Land use change effects on catchment streamflow response in a humid tropical montane cloud forest region, central Veracruz, Mexico
SM López‐Ramírez, L Sáenz, A Mayer, LE Muñoz‐Villers, H Asbjornsen, ...
Hydrological Processes, 1-16, 2020
Diurnal and seasonal coupling of conifer sap flow and vapour pressure deficit across topoclimatic gradients in a subalpine catchment
N Looker, J Martin, Z Hoylman, K Jencso, J Hu
Ecohydrology 11 (7), e1994, 2018
Contributions of green spaces and isolated trees to landscape connectivity in an urban landscape
J Von Thaden, R Badillo-Montaño, A Lira-Noriega, A García-Ramírez, ...
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 64, 127277, 2021
Hydrometeorology organizes intra‐annual patterns of tree growth across time, space and species in a montane watershed
J Martin, N Looker, Z Hoylman, K Jencso, J Hu
New Phytologist 215 (4), 1387-1398, 2017
A Bayesian model to estimate land surface phenology parameters with harmonized Landsat 8 and Sentinel-2 images
C Babcock, AO Finley, N Looker
Remote Sensing of Environment 261, 112471, 2021
A comprehensive calibration and validation of SWAT-T using local datasets, evapotranspiration and streamflow in a tropical montane cloud forest area with permeable substrate in …
SM López-Ramírez, A Mayer, L Sáenz, LE Muñoz-Villers, F Holwerda, ...
Journal of Hydrology, 126781, 2021
Hydraulic traits of co-existing conifers do not correlate with local hydroclimate condition: a case study in the northern Rocky Mountains, USA
T Clute, J Martin, N Looker, J Hu
Oecologia, 1-14, 2020
Diffuse reflectance mid-infrared spectroscopy is viable without fine milling
J Sanderman, C Smith, JL Safanelli, CLS Morgan, J Ackerman, N Looker, ...
Soil Security, 100104, 2023
Constraining Above-and Belowground Uncertainties in Tropical Montane Biogeochemistry
NT Looker
University of Minnesota, 2021
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