Sean MP Cahoon
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Interactions among shrub cover and the soil microclimate may determine future Arctic carbon budgets
SMP Cahoon, PF Sullivan, GR Shaver, JM Welker, E Post
Ecology letters 15 (12), 1415-1422, 2012
Large herbivores limit CO2 uptake and suppress carbon cycle responses to warming in West Greenland
SMP Cahoon, PF Sullivan, E Post, JM Welker
Global Change Biology 18 (2), 469-479, 2012
The Arctic in the twenty-first century: Changing biogeochemical linkages across a paraglacial landscape of Greenland
NJ Anderson, JE Saros, JE Bullard, SMP Cahoon, S McGowan, ...
BioScience 67 (2), 118-133, 2017
Effect of tree-ring detrending method on apparent growth trends of black and white spruce in interior Alaska
PF Sullivan, RR Pattison, AH Brownlee, SMP Cahoon, TN Hollingsworth
Environmental Research Letters 11 (11), 114007, 2016
Declining growth of deciduous shrubs in the warming climate of continental western Greenland
CM Gamm, PF Sullivan, A Buchwal, RJ Dial, AB Young, DA Watts, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (2), 640-654, 2018
Limited evidence of declining growth among moisture-limited black and white spruce in interior Alaska
PF Sullivan, RR Pattison, AH Brownlee, SMP Cahoon, TN Hollingsworth
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-14, 2017
Contrasting drivers and trends of coniferous and deciduous tree growth in interior Alaska
SMP Cahoon, PF Sullivan, AH Brownlee, RR Pattison, HE Andersen, ...
Ecology 99 (6), 1284-1295, 2018
Greater abundance of Betula nana and early onset of the growing season increase ecosystem CO 2 uptake in West Greenland
SMP Cahoon, PF Sullivan, E Post
Ecosystems 19 (7), 1149-1163, 2016
Carbon and water relations of contrasting Arctic plants: implications for shrub expansion in West Greenland
SMP Cahoon, PF Sullivan, E Post
Ecosphere 7 (4), e01245, 2016
Limited variation in proportional contributions of auto-and heterotrophic soil respiration, despite large differences in vegetation structure and function in the Low Arctic
SMP Cahoon, PF Sullivan, C Gamm, JM Welker, D Eissenstat, E Post
Biogeochemistry 127 (2-3), 339-351, 2016
Poor nutrition as a potential cause of divergent tree growth near the Arctic treeline in northern Alaska
SBZ Ellison, PF Sullivan, SMP Cahoon, RE Hewitt
Ecology 100 (12), e02878, 2019
Shallow soils are warmer under trees and tall shrubs across Arctic and Boreal ecosystems
H Kropp, MM Loranty, SM Natali, AL Kholodov, AV Rocha, I Myers-Smith, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (1), 015001, 2020
Herbivory and warming interact in opposing patterns of covariation between arctic shrub species at large and local scales
E Post, SMP Cahoon, JT Kerby, C Pedersen, PF Sullivan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (6), 2021
The influence of vegetation on shallow soil and air temperature coupling: a Pan-Arctic data synthesis
H Kropp
Earth and Space Science Open Archive ESSOAr, 2018
Herbivores modify the carbon cycle in a warming arctic
SM Cahoon, P Sullivan, JM Welker, E Post
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2009, GC51A-0711, 2009
Comparative drought sensitivity of co‐occurring white spruce and paper birch in interior Alaska
PF Sullivan, AH Brownlee, SBZ Ellison, SMP Cahoon
Journal of Ecology, 2021
Using the past to inform the future: Alaska˘s changing boreal forest from a tree-ring perspective
A Watts, S Cahoon, P Sullivan
Science Findings 230. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture, Forest …, 2020
Coastal Alaska˘s forest resources, 2004–2013: Ten-year Forest Inventory and Analysis report
SMP Cahoon, O Kuegler, GA Christensen
Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-979. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture …, 2020
Comparative water relations and moisture-limited growth of co-occurring white spruce and paper birch in interior Alaska: implications for deciduous dominance of the Boreal Forest
P Sullivan, S Ellison, A Brownlee, SMP Cahoon
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B33B-01, 2019
2017 Outstanding Reviewers
A Aarons, B Abbott, A Abi Bhattachan, S Abiven, B Adamczyk, M Adams, ...
Biogeochemistry 137, 281-284, 2018
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