Cited Publications for ACCUPAR LP-80
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Cited Publications for ACCUPAR LP-80

Listed below are a few examples of cited publications for the LP-80 ceptometer. This list is not exhaustive.

  • Anapalli, Saseendran S., Daniel K. Fisher, Srinivasa Rao Pinnamaneni, and Krishna N. Reddy. “Quantifying evapotranspiration and crop coefficients for cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) using an eddy covariance approach.” Agricultural Water Management 233 (2020): 106091. (Article link).
  • Chang, Christine Y., Luis Guanter, Christian Frankenberg, Philipp Köhler, Lianhong Gu, Troy S. Magney, Katja Grossmann, and Ying Sun. “Systematic assessment of retrieval methods for canopy far‐red solar‐induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) using high‐frequency automated field spectroscopy.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences (2020): e2019JG005533. (Article link).
  • Shao, Liping, Gang Li, Qiannan Zhao, Yabing Li, Yutong Sun, Weinan Wang, Chuang Cai et al. “The fertilization effect of global dimming on crop yields is not attributed to an improved light interception.” Global Change Biology 26, no. 3 (2020): 1697-1713. (Article link).
  • Alam, Muhammad Shahinur, David W. Lamb, and Muhammad Moshiur Rahman. “In-situ partitioning of evaporation and transpiration components using a portable evapotranspiration dome—A case study in Tall Fescue (Festuca arundinacea).” Agricultural Water Management 213 (2019): 352-357. (Article link).
  • Bogie, N. A., R. Bayala, I. Diedhiou, R. P. Dick, and T. A. Ghezzehei. “Intercropping with two native woody shrubs improves water status and development of interplanted groundnut and pearl millet in the Sahel.” Plant and Soil 435, no. 1-2 (2019): 143-159. (Article link).
  • Carter, David R., Robert A. Slesak, Timothy B. Harrington, and Anthony W. D’Amato. “Effects of irrigation and phosphorus fertilization on physiology, growth, and nitrogen-accumulation of Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius).” Plant Physiology Reports 24, no. 3 (2019): 410-421. (Article link).
  • Carter, David R., Robert A. Slesak, Timothy B. Harrington, and Anthony W. D’Amato. “Comparative effects of soil resource availability on physiology and growth of Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) and Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) seedlings.” Forest Ecology and Management 453 (2019): 117580. (Article link).
  • Comas, Louise H., Thomas J. Trout, Kendall C. DeJonge, Huihui Zhang, and Sean M. Gleason. “Water productivity under strategic growth stage-based deficit irrigation in maize.” Agricultural Water Management 212 (2019): 433-440. (Article link).
  • Nogueira, Carla, Christiane Werner, Ana Rodrigues, and Maria C. Caldeira. “A prolonged dry season and nitrogen deposition interactively affect CO2 fluxes in an annual Mediterranean grassland.” Science of The Total Environment 654 (2019): 978-986. (Article link).
  • Sonkar, Ickkshaanshu, Hari Prasad Kotnoor, and Sumit Sen. “Estimation of root water uptake and soil hydraulic parameters from root zone soil moisture and deep percolation.” Agricultural Water Management 222 (2019): 38-47. (Article link).
  • Anapalli, Saseendran S., Timothy R. Green, Krishna N. Reddy, Prasanna H. Gowda, Ruixiu Sui, Daniel K. Fisher, Jerry E. Moorhead, and Gary W. Marek. “Application of an energy balance method for estimating evapotranspiration in cropping systems.” Agricultural Water Management 204 (2018): 107-117. (Article link).
  • Fahey, Catherine, Christine Angelini, and S. Luke Flory. “Grass invasion and drought interact to alter the diversity and structure of native plant communities.” Ecology 99, no. 12 (2018): 2692-2702. (Article link).
  • Guo, Yanjun, Terri Starman, and Charles Hall. “Reducing Substrate Moisture Content during Greenhouse Production of Poinsettia Improves Postproduction Quality and Economic Value.” HortScience 53, no. 11 (2018): 1618-1628. (Article link).
  • Hassan, Muhammad Adeel, Mengjiao Yang, Awais Rasheed, Xiuliang Jin, Xianchun Xia, Yonggui Xiao, and Zhonghu He. “Time-series multispectral indices from unmanned aerial vehicle imagery reveal senescence rate in bread wheat.” Remote Sensing 10, no. 6 (2018): 809. (Article link).
  • Kim, Su Min, Jaehak Jeong, Dan Keesee, and James R. Kiniry. “Development, growth, and biomass simulations of two common wetland tree species in Texas.” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 190, no. 9 (2018): 521. (Article link).
  • Soderquist, B. S., K. L. Kavanagh, T. E. Link, M. S. Seyfried, and A. H. Winstral. “Simulating the dependence of aspen (Populus tremuloides) on redistributed snow in a semi‐arid watershed.” Ecosphere 9, no. 1 (2018): e02068. (Article link).
  • Balbontín, Claudio, Isidro Campos, Magali Odi-Lara, Antonio Ibacache, and Alfonso Calera. “Irrigation Performance Assessment in Table Grape Using the Reflectance-Based Crop Coefficient.” Remote Sensing 9, no. 12 (2017): 1276. (Article link).
  • Schuster, Michael J., and Jeffrey S. Dukes. “Rainfall variability counteracts N addition by promoting invasive Lonicera maackii and extending phenology in prairie.” Ecological Applications 27, no. 5 (2017): 1555-1563. (Article link).
  • Candeias, Matthew, and R. J. Warren. “Rareness starts early for disturbance-dependent grassland plant species.” Biodiversity and Conservation 25, no. 13 (2016): 2771-2785. (Article link).
  • Devnarain, Natrisha, Bridget Genevieve Crampton, R. Chikwamba, John VW Becker, and Martha M. O’Kennedy. “Physiological responses of selected African sorghum landraces to progressive water stress and re-watering.” South African Journal of Botany 103 (2016): 61-69. (Article link).
  • Huang, Jun, Juan Wang, Xining Zhao, Hongbin Li, Zilong Jing, Xiaodong Gao, Xiaoli Chen, and Pute Wu. “Simulation study of the impact of permanent groundcover on soil and water changes in jujube orchards on sloping ground.” Land Degradation & Development 27, no. 4 (2016): 946-954. (Article link).
  • Feng, Gary, Haile Tewolde, Liwang Ma, Ardeshir Adeli, Karamat R. Sistani, and Johnie N. Jenkins. “Simulating the fate of fall-and spring-applied poultry litter nitrogen in corn production.” Soil Science Society of America Journal 79, no. 6 (2015): 1804-1814. (Article link).
  • Huff, L. M., D. L. Potts, and E. P. Hamerlynck. “Ecosystem CO2 exchange in response to nitrogen and phosphorus addition in a restored, temperate grassland.” The American Midland Naturalist 173, no. 1 (2015): 73-87. (Article link).
  • Rahman, M. A., D. Armson, and A. R. Ennos. “A comparison of the growth and cooling effectiveness of five commonly planted urban tree species.” Urban Ecosystems 18, no. 2 (2015): 371-389. (Article link).
  • Huang, Jun, Juan Wang, Xining Zhao, Pute Wu, Zhiming Qi, and Hongbing Li. “Effects of permanent ground cover on soil moisture in jujube orchards under sloping ground: A simulation study.” Agricultural Water Management 138 (2014): 68-77. (Article link).
  • Rahman, M. A., J. G. Smith, P. Stringer, and A. R. Ennos. “Effect of rooting conditions on the growth and cooling ability of Pyrus calleryana.” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 10, no. 3 (2011): 185-192. (Article link).
  • Booth, Eric G., and Steven P. Loheide. “Effects of evapotranspiration partitioning, plant water stress response and topsoil removal on the soil moisture regime of a floodplain wetland: implications for restoration.” Hydrological Processes 24, no. 20 (2010): 2934-2946. (Article link).
  • Davitt, Andrew J., Marcus Stansberry, and Jennifer A. Rudgers. “Do the costs and benefits of fungal endophyte symbiosis vary with light availability?.” New Phytologist 188, no. 3 (2010): 824-834. (Article link).
  • Parker, John D., Lauren J. Richie, Eric M. Lind, and Kelly O. Maloney. “Land use history alters the relationship between native and exotic plants: the rich don’t always get richer.” Biological Invasions 12, no. 6 (2010): 1557-1571. (Article link).
  • Bertheloot, Jessica, Pierre Martre, and Bruno Andrieu. “Dynamics of light and nitrogen distribution during grain filling within wheat canopy.” Plant Physiology 148, no. 3 (2008): 1707-1720. (Article link).