Todd Scanlon
Todd Scanlon
E-mail megerősítve itt: virginia.edu
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Positive feedbacks promote power-law clustering of Kalahari vegetation
TM Scanlon, KK Caylor, SA Levin, I Rodriguez-Iturbe
Nature 449 (7159), 209-212, 2007
On soil moisture–vegetation feedbacks and their possible effects on the dynamics of dryland ecosystems
P D'Odorico, K Caylor, GS Okin, TM Scanlon
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 112 (G4), 2007
Determining land surface fractional cover from NDVI and rainfall time series for a savanna ecosystem
TM Scanlon, JD Albertson, KK Caylor, CA Williams
Remote Sensing of Environment 82 (2-3), 376-388, 2002
Partitioning carbon dioxide and water vapor fluxes using correlation analysis
TM Scanlon, WP Kustas
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150 (1), 89-99, 2010
Plant acclimation to long-term high nitrogen deposition in an N-rich tropical forest
X Lu, PM Vitousek, Q Mao, FS Gilliam, Y Luo, G Zhou, X Zou, E Bai, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (20), 5187-5192, 2018
Dynamic response of grass cover to rainfall variability: implications for the function and persistence of savanna ecosystems
TM Scanlon, KK Caylor, S Manfreda, SA Levin, I Rodriguez-Iturbe
Advances in Water Resources 28 (3), 291-302, 2005
Canopy scale measurements of CO2 and water vapor exchange along a precipitation gradient in southern Africa
TM Scanlon, JD Albertson
Global Change Biology 10 (3), 329-341, 2004
Modeling transport of dissolved silica in a forested headwater catchment: Implications for defining the hydrochemical response of observed flow pathways
TM Scanlon, JP Raffensperger, GM Hornberger
Water Resources Research 37 (4), 1071-1082, 2001
δ2H isotopic flux partitioning of evapotranspiration over a grass field following a water pulse and subsequent dry down
SP Good, K Soderberg, K Guan, EG King, TM Scanlon, KK Caylor
Water Resources Research 50 (2), 1410-1432, 2014
On the correlation structure of water vapor and carbon dioxide in the atmospheric surface layer: A basis for flux partitioning
TM Scanlon, P Sahu
Water Resources Research 44 (10), 2008
Shallow subsurface storm flow in a forested headwater catchment: Observations and modeling using a modified TOPMODEL
TM Scanlon, JP Raffensperger, GM Hornberger, RB Clapp
Water resources research 36 (9), 2575-2586, 2000
Modelling transport of dissolved silica in a forested headwater catchment: the effect of hydrological and chemical time scales on hysteresis in the concentration–discharge …
GM Hornberger, TM Scanlon, JP Raffensperger
Hydrological processes 15 (10), 2029-2038, 2001
Ecohydrological optimization of pattern and processes in water‐limited ecosystems: A trade‐off‐based hypothesis
KK Caylor, TM Scanlon, I Rodriguez‐Iturbe
Water Resources Research 45 (8), 2009
Managed grasslands: A greenhouse gas sink or source?
P Leahy, G Kiely, TM Scanlon
Geophysical Research Letters 31 (20), 2004
More trees less loss: nitrogen leaching losses decrease with increasing biomass in coffee agroforests
KL Tully, D Lawrence, TM Scanlon
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 161, 137-144, 2012
Large‐eddy simulation over heterogeneous terrain with remotely sensed land surface conditions
JD Albertson, WP Kustas, TM Scanlon
Water Resources Research 37 (7), 1939-1953, 2001
Ecosystem‐scale measurements of nitrous oxide fluxes for an intensely grazed, fertilized grassland
TM Scanlon, G Kiely
Geophysical Research Letters 30 (16), 2003
Partitioning evapotranspiration using an eddy covariance-based technique: Improved assessment of soil moisture and land–atmosphere exchange dynamics
TM Scanlon, WP Kustas
Vadose Zone Journal 11 (3), 2012
Seasonal variability in gaseous mercury fluxes measured in a high-elevation meadow
AD Converse, AL Riscassi, TM Scanlon
Atmospheric Environment 44 (18), 2176-2185, 2010
A nested catchment approach for defining the hydrological controls on non-point phosphorus transport
TM Scanlon, G Kiely, Q Xie
Journal of Hydrology 291 (3-4), 218-231, 2004
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