A. Christopher Oishi
A. Christopher Oishi
Research Ecologist, USDA Forest Service
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The increasing importance of atmospheric demand for ecosystem water and carbon fluxes
KA Novick, DL Ficklin, PC Stoy, CA Williams, G Bohrer, AC Oishi, ...
Nature climate change 6 (11), 1023-1027, 2016
Microbe-driven turnover offsets mineral-mediated storage of soil carbon under elevated CO2
BN Sulman, RP Phillips, AC Oishi, E Shevliakova, SW Pacala
Nature Climate Change 4 (12), 1099-1102, 2014
Rapid and transient response of soil respiration to rain
X Lee, HJ Wu, J Sigler, C Oishi, T Siccama
Global Change Biology 10 (6), 1017-1026, 2004
Estimating components of forest evapotranspiration: a footprint approach for scaling sap flux measurements
AC Oishi, R Oren, PC Stoy
agricultural and forest meteorology 148 (11), 1719-1732, 2008
Separating the effects of climate and vegetation on evapotranspiration along a successional chronosequence in the southeastern US
PC Stoy, GG Katul, MBS Siqueira, JY Juang, KA Novick, HR McCARTHY, ...
Global Change Biology 12 (11), 2115-2135, 2006
Interannual invariability of forest evapotranspiration and its consequence to water flow downstream
AC Oishi, R Oren, KA Novick, S Palmroth, GG Katul
Ecosystems 13, 421-436, 2010
Variability in net ecosystem exchange from hourly to inter-annual time scales at adjacent pine and hardwood forests: a wavelet analysis
PC Stoy, GG Katul, MBS Siqueira, JY Juang, HR McCarthy, HS Kim, ...
Tree Physiology 25 (7), 887-902, 2005
Contrasting responses to drought of forest floor CO2 efflux in a Loblolly pine plantation and a nearby Oak‐Hickory forest
S Palmroth, CA Maier, HR McCarthy, AC Oishi, HS Kim, KH Johnsen, ...
Global Change Biology 11 (3), 421-434, 2005
Role of vegetation in determining carbon sequestration along ecological succession in the southeastern United States
PC Stoy, GG Katul, MBS Siqueira, JYIH JUANG, KA Novick, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (6), 1409-1427, 2008
Baseliner: an open-source, interactive tool for processing sap flux data from thermal dissipation probes
AC Oishi, DA Hawthorne, R Oren
SoftwareX 5, 139-143, 2016
Are ecosystem carbon inputs and outputs coupled at short time scales? A case study from adjacent pine and hardwood forests using impulse–response analysis
PC Stoy, S Palmroth, AC Oishi, MBS Siqueira, JYIH JUANG, KA Novick, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 30 (6), 700-710, 2007
On the spectrum of soil moisture from hourly to interannual scales
GG Katul, A Porporato, E Daly, AC Oishi, HS Kim, PC Stoy, JY Juang, ...
Water Resources Research 43 (5), 2007
Global transpiration data from sap flow measurements: the SAPFLUXNET database
R Poyatos, V Granda, V Flo, MA Adams, B Adorján, D Aguadé, MPM Aidar, ...
Earth System Science Data Discussions 2020, 1-57, 2020
On the difference in the net ecosystem exchange of CO2 between deciduous and evergreen forests in the southeastern United States
KA Novick, AC Oishi, EJ Ward, MBS Siqueira, JY Juang, PC Stoy
Global Change Biology 21 (2), 827-842, 2015
Temporal variability in 13C of respired CO2 in a pine and a hardwood forest subject to similar climatic conditions
B Mortazavi, JP Chanton, JL Prater, AC Oishi, R Oren, G Katul
Oecologia 142, 57-69, 2005
Hydrologic and atmospheric controls on initiation of convective precipitation events
JY Juang, A Porporato, PC Stoy, MS Siqueira, AC Oishi, M Detto, HS Kim, ...
Water Resources Research 43 (3), 2007
Changes in photosynthesis and soil moisture drive the seasonal soil respiration-temperature hysteresis relationship
Q Zhang, RP Phillips, S Manzoni, RL Scott, AC Oishi, A Finzi, E Daly, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 259, 184-195, 2018
Conversion of natural forests to managed forest plantations decreases tree resistance to prolonged droughts
JC Domec, JS King, E Ward, AC Oishi, S Palmroth, A Radecki, DM Bell, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 355, 58-71, 2015
A stochastic model for daily subsurface CO2 concentration and related soil respiration
E Daly, AC Oishi, A Porporato, GG Katul
Advances in Water Resources 31 (7), 987-994, 2008
Warmer temperatures reduce net carbon uptake, but do not affect water use, in a mature southern Appalachian forest
AC Oishi, CF Miniat, KA Novick, ST Brantley, JM Vose, JT Walker
Agricultural and forest meteorology 252, 269-282, 2018
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