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Christopher Still
Christopher Still
Professor of Forest Ecosystem Science, Oregon State University
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Widespread amphibian extinctions from epidemic disease driven by global warming
J Alan Pounds, MR Bustamante, LA Coloma, JA Consuegra, MPL Fogden, ...
Nature 439 (7073), 161-167, 2006
23062006
The Origins of C4 Grasslands: Integrating Evolutionary and Ecosystem Science
EJ Edwards, CP Osborne, CAE Strömberg, SA Smith, ...
science 328 (5978), 587-591, 2010
8532010
Global distribution of C3 and C4 vegetation: Carbon cycle implications
CJ Still, JA Berry, GJ Collatz, RS DeFries
Global biogeochemical cycles 17 (1), 6-1-6-14, 2003
7422003
The application and interpretation of Keeling plots in terrestrial carbon cycle research
DE Pataki, JR Ehleringer, LB Flanagan, D Yakir, DR Bowling, CJ Still, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 17 (1), 2003
6342003
Simulating the effects of climate change on tropical montane cloud forests
CJ Still, PN Foster, SH Schneider
Nature 398 (6728), 608-610, 1999
6041999
Forest responses to increasing aridity and warmth in the southwestern United States
AP Williams, CD Allen, CI Millar, TW Swetnam, J Michaelsen, CJ Still, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (50), 21289-21294, 2010
4592010
Climate, phylogeny and the ecological distribution of C4 grasses
EJ Edwards, CJ Still
Ecology letters 11 (3), 266-276, 2008
1902008
Seasonal and episodic moisture controls on plant and microbial contributions to soil respiration
MS Carbone, CJ Still, AR Ambrose, TE Dawson, AP Williams, CM Boot, ...
Oecologia 167 (1), 265-278, 2011
1842011
Significance of summer fog and overcast for drought stress and ecological functioning of coastal California endemic plant species
DT Fischer, CJ Still, AP Williams
Journal of Biogeography 36 (4), 783-799, 2009
1622009
Simulation of carbon isotope discrimination of the terrestrial biosphere
NS Suits, AS Denning, JA Berry, CJ Still, J Kaduk, JB Miller, IT Baker
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19 (1), 2005
1582005
Comment on “The global tree restoration potential”
JW Veldman, JC Aleman, ST Alvarado, TM Anderson, S Archibald, ...
Science 366 (6463), eaay7976, 2019
1532019
Fire emissions from C3 and C4 vegetation and their influence on interannual variability of atmospheric CO2 and 13CO2
JT Randerson, GR Van der Werf, GJ Collatz, L Giglio, CJ Still, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19 (2), 2005
1362005
A mechanistic model of H218O and C18OO fluxes between ecosystems and the atmosphere: Model description and sensitivity analyses
WJ Riley, CJ Still, MS Torn, JA Berry
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 16 (4), 42-1-42-14, 2002
1322002
Plant community composition mediates both large transient decline and predicted long‐term recovery of soil carbon under climate warming
SR Saleska, MR Shaw, ML Fischer, JA Dunne, CJ Still, ML Holman, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 16 (4), 3-1-3-18, 2002
1212002
The relevance of phylogeny to studies of global change
EJ Edwards, CJ Still, MJ Donoghue
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 22 (5), 243-249, 2007
1152007
Continental-scale distributions of vegetation stable carbon isotope ratios
CJ Still, RL Powell
Isoscapes, 179-193, 2010
942010
Influence of clouds and diffuse radiation on ecosystem‐atmosphere CO2 and CO18O exchanges
CJ Still, WJ Riley, SC Biraud, DC Noone, NH Buenning, JT Randerson, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 114 (G1), 2009
932009
A multi‐isotope (13C, 15N, 2H) feather isoscape to assign Afrotropical migrant birds to origins
KA Hobson, SL Van Wilgenburg, LI Wassenaar, RL Powell, CJ Still, ...
Ecosphere 3 (5), 1-20, 2012
922012
The contribution of C3 and C4 plants to the carbon cycle of a tallgrass prairie: an isotopic approach
CJ Still, JA Berry, M Ribas-Carbo, BR Helliker
Oecologia 136 (3), 347-359, 2003
922003
C4 Grasses Consortium The origins of C 4 grasslands: Integrating evolutionary and ecosystem science
EJ Edwards, CP Osborne, CAE Strömberg, SA Smith, WJ Bond, ...
Science 328 (5978), 587-591, 2010
892010
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