Tree Measurement Bibliography   Lee E. Frelich
  Aug 06, 2003 
(other included bibliography contributions by: Bruce Allen,  R. Van Pelt, N. Pederson, W. Martin)

Becker, P. R.J. Gribben, and C.M. Lim. Tapered conduits can buffer
hydraulic conductance from path-length effects. Tree Physiology 20: 965-967.

Becker, P ., F.C. Meinzer, and S.D. Wullschleger. 2000. Hydraulic
limitation of tree height: a critique. Functional Ecology 14: 4-11.

Bond, B.J., and M.G. Ryan. 2000. Comment on 'Hydraulic limitation of tree
height: a critique', by Becker, Meinzer and Wullschleger. Functional
Ecology 14: 135-140.

Brown, H.G. and H. Lowenstein. 1978. Predicting site productivity of mixed
conifer stands in northern Idaho from soil and topographic variables. Soil
Science Society of America Journal 42: 967-971.

Brown, J.H. and Marquard, R.D. 1988. Site index of yellow poplar in
relation to soils and topography in the Allegheny Plateau of Ohio. Northern
Journal of Applied Forestry 5: 34-38.

Buchert, G.P., P. Rajora, J.V. Hood and B.P. Dancik. 1997. Effects of
harvesting on genetic diversity in old-growth eastern white pine in
Ontario, Canada. Conservation Biology 11: 747-758.

Carter, K.K. 1996. Provenance tests as indicators of growth response to
climate change in 10 north temperate tree species. Canadian Journal of
Forest Research 26: 1089-1095.

Currie, D.J. and V. Paquin. 1987. Large-scale biogeographical
patterns of species richness in trees. Nature 329: 326-327.

Davis, M.B. and R.G. Shaw. 2001. Range shifts and adaptive responses to
Quaternary climate change. Science 292: 673-679.

Geyer, W.A., R.D. Marquard, and J.F. Barber. 1980. Black walnut site
quality in relation to soil and topographic characteristics in northeastern
Kansas. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 35: 135-137.

Huang, S.M. and S.J. Titus. 1993. An index of site productivity for
uneven-aged or mixed-species stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research
23: 558-562.

Husch, B., C.I. Miller, and T.W. Beers. 1982. Forest Mensuration. John
Wiley & Sons, New York. 402 pg.

King, D.A. 1990. The adaptive significance of tree height. The American
Naturalist. 135: 809-828.

Li, P., J. Beaulieu, G. Dauost, and A. Plourde. 1997. Patterns of adaptive
genetic variation in eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) from Quebec.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27: 199-206.

Martin, F.C. and J.W. Flewelling. 1998. Evaluation of tree height
prediction models for stand inventory. Western Journal of Applied forestry
13: 109-119.

Mc.Dowell, H.Barnard, B.J. Bond, T. Hinckley, R.M. Hubbard, H. Ishnii, B
Kostner, F. Magnani, J.D. Marshall, F.C. Meinzer, N. Phillips, M.G. Ryan,
and D. Whitehead. 2002. The relationship between tree height and leaf area:
sapwood area ratio. Oecologia 132: 12-20.

McNab, W.H. 1989. Terrain shape index: quantifying effect of minor landform
on tree height. Forest Science 35: 91-104.

Monk, C.D. 1967. Tree species diversity in the eastern deciduous forest with
 particular reference to north-central Florida.   American Naturalist 101:173-187. 

Monserud, R.A. and G.E. Rehfeldt. 1990. Genetic and environmental
components of variation of site index in inland Douglas-fir. Forest Science
36: 1-9.

Munn, L.C., and J.P. Vimmerstedt. 1980. Predicting height growth of yellow
poplar from soils and topography in south-eastern Ohio. Soil Science
Society of America Journal 44: 384-387.

Oleksyn, J., and K. Przybyl. 1987. Oak decline in the Soviet Union--scale
and hypotheses. European Journal of Forest Pathology 17: 321-336.

Oleksyn, J. J. Modrzynski, M.G. Tjoelker, R. Zytkowiak, P.B. Reich, and P.
Karolewski. 1998a. Growth and physiology of Picea abies populations from
elevational transects: common garden evidence for altitudinal ecotypes and
cold adaptation. Functional Ecology 12: 573-590.

Oleksyn, J., M.G. Tjoelker, and P.B. Reich. 1998b. Adaptation to changing
environment in Scots pine populations across a latitudinal gradient. Silva
Fennica 32: 129-140.

Oleksyn, J., P.B. Reich, M.G. Yjoelker, and W. Chalulka. 2001. Biogegraphic
differences in shoot elongation pattern among European Scots pine
populations. Forest ECology and Management 148: 207-220.

Olesen, T. 2001. Architecture of a cool-temperate rain forest canopy.
Ecology 82: 2719-2730.

Osawa, A., M. Ishizuka, and Y. Kanazawa. 1991. A profile theory of tree
growth. Forest Ecology and Management 41: 33-63.

Rehfeldt, G.H., C.C. Ying, D.L. Spittlehouse, and D.A.
Hamilton. 1999.   Genetic responses to climate in Pinus contorta: niche
breadth, climate change, and reforestation. Ecological Monographs 69: 375-407.

Roboichaud, E. and I.R. Methven. 1993. The effect of site quality on the
timing of stand breakup,tree longevity, and the maximum attainable height
of black spruce. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23: 1514-1519.

Stout, B.B. and D.L. Shumway. 1982. Site quality estimation using height
and diameter. Forest Science 28: 639-645.

Ryan, M.G. and B.J. Yoder. 1997. Hydraulic limits to tree height and tree
growth. BioScience 47: 235-242.

Vanclay, J.K. 1992. Assessing site productivity in tropical moist forests:
a review. Forest Ecology and Management 54: 257-287.

Van Pelt, R., S.C. Sillett, and N.M. Nadkarni. 2003. Quantifying and Visualizing
 Canopy Structure in Tall Forests: Methods and a Case Study. Chapter in:
Forest Canopies 2nd Edition. Academic Press.

Wang, G.G. and K. Klinka. 1996. Use of synoptic variables in predicting
white spruce site index. Forest Ecology and Management 80: 95-105.

Wang, G.G., P.L Marshall, and K. Klinka. 1994. Height growth pattern of
white spruce in relation to site quality. Forest Ecology and Management 68:

Young, A.G., S.I. Warwick, and H.G. Merriam. 1993. Genetic structure at
three spatial scales for Acer saccharum (sugar maple) in Canada and the
implications for conservation. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23: