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Wendell Cropper
Wendell Cropper
Professor of Forestry, University of Florida
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Dynamics of canopy structure and light interception in Pinus elliottii stands, North Florida
HL Gholz, SA Vogel, WP Cropper Jr, K McKelvey, KC Ewel, RO Teskey, ...
Ecological Monographs 61 (1), 33-51, 1991
3101991
Woody tissue maintenance respiration of four conifers in contrasting climates
MG Ryan, ST Gower, RM Hubbard, RH Waring, HL Gholz, WP Cropper, ...
Oecologia 101, 133-140, 1995
3091995
Soil CO2 evolution in Florida slash pine plantations. II. Importance of root respiration
KC Ewel, WP Cropper. Jr, HL Gholz
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 17 (4), 330-333, 1987
2931987
Soil CO2 evolution in Florida slash pine plantations. I. Changes through time
KC Ewel, WP Cropper Jr, HL Gholz
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 17 (4), 325-329, 1987
2881987
Urbanization as a land use change driver of forest ecosystem services
S Delphin, FJ Escobedo, A Abd-Elrahman, WP Cropper
Land Use Policy 54, 188-199, 2016
1862016
The influence of salinity on seagrass growth, survivorship, and distribution within Biscayne Bay, Florida: field, experimental, and modeling studies
D Lirman, WP Cropper
Estuaries 26, 131-141, 2003
1862003
Organic matter dynamics of fine roots in plantations of slash pine (Pinus elliottii) in north Florida
HL Gholz, LC Hendry, WP Cropper Jr
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 16 (3), 529-538, 1986
1841986
Litterfall, Decomposition, and Nitrogen and Phosphorus Dynamics in a Chronosequence of Slash Pine (Pinus elliottii) Plantations
HL Gholz, CS Perry, WP Cropper Jr, LC Hendry
Forest Science 31 (2), 463-478, 1985
1841985
Adaptive clustering of airborne LiDAR data to segment individual tree crowns in managed pine forests
H Lee, KC Slatton, BE Roth, WP Cropper Jr
International Journal of Remote Sensing 31 (1), 117-139, 2010
1802010
Environmental consequences of nuclear war
MA Harwell, TC Hutchinson, WP Cropper Jr, CC Harwell, HD Grover
New York, NY; John Wiley and Sons Inc., 1989
1641989
Simulated effects of logging on carbon storage in dipterocarp forest
MA Pinard, WP Cropper
Journal of Applied Ecology 37 (2), 267-283, 2000
1612000
Ultrafiltration is theoretically equivalent to equilibrium dialysis but much simpler to carry out
JA Sophianopoulos, SJ Durham, AJ Sophianopoulos, HL Ragsdale, ...
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 187 (1), 132-137, 1978
1531978
Ecological conceptual models: a framework and case study on ecosystem management for South Florida sustainability
JH Gentile, MA Harwell, W Cropper Jr, CC Harwell, D DeAngelis, S Davis, ...
Science of the Total Environment 274 (1-3), 231-253, 2001
1492001
Ground-based LIDAR: a novel approach to quantify fine-scale fuelbed characteristics
EL Loudermilk, JK Hiers, JJ O’Brien, RJ Mitchell, A Singhania, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (6), 676-685, 2009
1472009
Influence of climate and fertilization on net photosynthesis of mature slash pine
RO Teskey, HL Gholz, WP Cropper Jr
Tree Physiology 14 (11), 1215-1227, 1994
1471994
Carbon exchange of a mature, naturally regenerated pine forest in north Florida
TL Powell, HL Gholz, KL Clark, G Starr, WP Cropper Jr, TA Martin
Global Change Biology 14 (11), 2523-2538, 2008
1102008
The measurement of soil CO2 evolution in situ.
WPJ Cropper, KC EwEL, JW Raich
1091985
Soil phosphorus availability and fine root proliferation in Amazonian agroforests 6 years following forest conversion
DA McGrath, ML Duryea, WP Cropper
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 83 (3), 271-284, 2001
1052001
Population Dynamics of the Dioecious Amazonian Palm Mauritia flexuosa: Simulation Analysis of Sustainable Harvesting
JA Holm, CJ Miller, WP Cropper Jr
Biotropica 40 (5), 550-558, 2008
982008
An exploratory analysis of phosphorus transformations in tropical soils using structural equation modeling
AC Gama-Rodrigues, MVS Sales, PSD Silva, NB Comerford, WP Cropper, ...
Biogeochemistry 118, 453-469, 2014
972014
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