Art Chappelka
Art Chappelka
Professor Forest Biology, Auburn University
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Model estimates of net primary productivity, evapotranspiration, and water use efficiency in the terrestrial ecosystems of the southern United States during 1895–2007
H Tian, G Chen, M Liu, C Zhang, G Sun, C Lu, X Xu, W Ren, S Pan, ...
Forest ecology and management 259 (7), 1311-1327, 2010
The ozone component of global change: potential effects on agricultural and horticultural plant yield, product quality and interactions with invasive species
F Booker, R Muntifering, M McGrath, K Burkey, D Decoteau, E Fiscus, ...
Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 51 (4), 337-351, 2009
Ambient ozone effects on forest trees of the eastern United States: a review
AH Chappelka, LJ Samuelson
New Phytologist 139 (1), 91-108, 1998
Ambient ozone and plant health
S Krupa, MT McGrath, CP Andersen, FL Booker, KO Burkey, ...
Plant Disease 85 (1), 4-12, 2001
Perspectives regarding 50 years of research on effects of tropospheric ozone air pollution on US forests
DF Karnosky, JM Skelly, KE Percy, AH Chappelka
Environmental pollution 147 (3), 489-506, 2007
Impacts of urbanization on carbon balance in terrestrial ecosystems of the Southern United States
C Zhang, H Tian, G Chen, A Chappelka, X Xu, W Ren, D Hui, M Liu, C Lu, ...
Environmental Pollution 164, 89-101, 2012
Century-scale responses of ecosystem carbon storage and flux to multiple environmental changes in the southern United States
H Tian, G Chen, C Zhang, M Liu, G Sun, A Chappelka, W Ren, X Xu, C Lu, ...
Ecosystems 15, 674-694, 2012
Tree responses to ozone
AH Chappelka
Surface level ozone exposures and their effects on vegetation, 271-324, 1992
Developing a land-cover classification to select indicators of forest ecosystem health in a rapidly urbanizing landscape
DM Styers, AH Chappelka, LJ Marzen, GL Somers
Landscape and Urban Planning 94 (3-4), 158-165, 2010
Predisposition of trees by air pollutants to low temperatures and moisture stress
AH Chappelka, PH Freer-Smith
Environmental Pollution 87 (1), 105-117, 1995
Drought in the Southern United States over the 20th century: variability and its impacts on terrestrial ecosystem productivity and carbon storage
G Chen, H Tian, C Zhang, M Liu, W Ren, W Zhu, AH Chappelka, SA Prior, ...
Climatic change 114, 379-397, 2012
Impacts of tropospheric ozone and climate change on net primary productivity and net carbon exchange of China's forest ecosystems
W Ren, H Tian, B Tao, A Chappelka, G Sun, C Lu, M Liu, G Chen, X Xu
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (3), 391-406, 2011
Diversity of an early successional plant community as influenced by ozone
DN Barbo, AH Chappelka, GL Somers, MS Miller-Goodman, K Stolte
The New Phytologist 138 (4), 653-662, 1998
Visible foliar injury caused by ozone alters the relationship between SPAD meter readings and chlorophyll concentrations in cutleaf coneflower
HS Neufeld, AH Chappelka, GL Somers, KO Burkey, AW Davison, ...
Photosynthesis Research 87, 281-286, 2006
Evaluation of ozone injury on foliage of black cherry (Prunus serotina) and tall milkweed (Asclepias exaltata) in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
A Chappelka, J Renfro, G Somers, B Nash
Environmental Pollution 95 (1), 13-18, 1997
Tree shelters and weed control: effects on protection, survival and growth of cherrybark oak seedlings planted on a cutover site
MR Dubois, AH Chappelka, E Robbins, G Somers, K Baker
New Forests 20, 105-118, 2000
Seasonal profiles of leaf ascorbic acid content and redox state in ozone-sensitive wildflowers
KO Burkey, HS Neufeld, L Souza, AH Chappelka, AW Davison
Environmental Pollution 143 (3), 427-434, 2006
How do urban forests compare? Tree diversity in urban and periurban forests of the southeastern US
A Blood, G Starr, F Escobedo, A Chappelka, C Staudhammer
Forests 7 (6), 120, 2016
Response of total tannins and phenolics in loblolly pine foliage exposed to ozone and acid rain
DN Jordan, TH Green, AH Chappelka, BG Lockaby, RS Meldahl, ...
Journal of Chemical Ecology 17, 505-513, 1991
Stomatal behavior of ozone-sensitive and-insensitive coneflowers (Rudbeckia laciniata var. digitata) in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
NE Grulke, HS Neufeld, AW Davison, M Roberts, AH Chappelka
New Phytologist 173 (1), 100-109, 2007
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