Forest Ecology Lab


72Chen, H.Y.H., and A.R. Taylor. 2012. A test of ecological succession hypotheses using 55-year time-series data for 361 boreal forest stands. Global Ecology and Biogeography 21:441-454.
71Zhang, Y.H.Y.H. Chen, and P.B. Reich. 2012. Forest productivity increases with evenness, species richness, and trait variation: a global meta-analysis. Journal of Ecology 100:742-749. Blog. Essential Science Indicators: highly cited paper and Research Front
70Yuan, Z.Y., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2012. A global analysis of fine root production as affected by soil nitrogen and phosphorus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279:3796-3802.
69Yuan, Z.Y., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2012. Fine root dynamics with stand development in the boreal forest. Functional Ecology 26:991-998 Twitter
68Bartels, S.F., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2012. Mechanisms regulating epiphytic plant diversity. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 31:391-400.
67Yuan, Z.Y., and H.Y.H. Chen. 2012. Indirect methods produce higher estimates of fine root production and turnover rates than direct methods. Plos One 7(11): e48989. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048989
66Chen, H.Y.H., and B.M. Shrestha. 2012. Stand age, fire and clearcutting affect soil organic carbon and aggregation of mineral soils in boreal forests. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 50:149-157.
65Laganière, J., D. Paré, Y. Bergeron, and H.Y.H. Chen. 2012. The effect of boreal forest composition on soil respiration is mediated through variations in soil temperature and C quality. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 53:18-27
64MacDonald, R.L., J.M. Burke, H.Y.H. Chen, and E.E. Prepas. 2012. Relationship between aboveground biomass and percent cover of ground vegetation in boreal riparian forests. Forest Science 58:47-53.