Heidi Renninger
Heidi Renninger
Mississippi State University
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Effects of invasive insects and fire on forest energy exchange and evapotranspiration in the New Jersey pinelands
KL Clark, N Skowronski, M Gallagher, H Renninger, K Schäfer
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 166, 50-61, 2012
Contrasting Hydraulic Strategies during Dry Soil Conditions in Quercus rubra and Acer rubrum in a Sandy Site in Michigan
JE Thomsen, G Bohrer, AM Matheny, VY Ivanov, L He, HJ Renninger, ...
Forests 4 (4), 1106-1120, 2013
Physiological strategies of co-occurring oaks in a water-and nutrient-limited ecosystem
HJ Renninger, N Carlo, KL Clark, KVR Schäfer
Tree physiology 34 (2), 159-173, 2014
Effects of a prescribed fire on water use and photosynthetic capacity of pitch pines
HJ Renninger, KVR Schäfer, K Clark, N Skowronski
Trees 27, 1115-1127, 2013
Resource use and efficiency, and stomatal responses to environmental drivers of oak and pine species in an Atlantic Coastal Plain forest
HJ Renninger, NJ Carlo, KL Clark, KVR Schafer
Frontiers in plant science 6, 297, 2015
Comparison of tissue heat balance-and thermal dissipation-derived sap flow measurements in ring-porous oaks and a pine
HJ Renninger, KVR Schäfer
Frontiers in plant science 3, 103, 2012
Wet‐vs. Dry‐Season Transpiration in an Amazonian Rain Forest Palm Iriartea deltoidea
HJ Renninger, N Phillips, GD Salvucci
Biotropica 42 (4), 470-478, 2010
Hydraulic architecture and photosynthetic capacity as constraints on release from suppression in Douglas-fir and western hemlock
HJ Renninger, FC Meinzer, BL Gartner
Tree physiology 27 (1), 33-42, 2007
Comparative hydraulic and anatomic properties in palm trees (Washingtonia robusta) of varying heights: implications for hydraulic limitation to increased height growth
HJ Renninger, N Phillips, DR Hodel
Trees 23 (5), 911-921, 2009
Climate change and fire management in the mid-Atlantic region
KL Clark, N Skowronski, H Renninger, R Scheller
Forest Ecology and Management 327, 306-315, 2014
Contrasting effects of invasive insects and fire on ecosystem water use efficiency
KL Clark, NS Skowronski, MR Gallagher, H Renninger, KVR Schäfer
Biogeosciences. 11 (23): 6509-6523. 11 (23), 6509-6523, 2014
Hydraulic properties of fronds from palms of varying height and habitat
HJ Renninger, N Phillips
Oecologia 167 (4), 925-935, 2011
A comparison of the hydraulic efficiency of a palm species (Iriartea deltoidea) with other wood types
HJ Renninger, KA McCulloh, N Phillips
Tree physiology 33 (2), 152-160, 2013
Hydrological responses to defoliation and drought of an upland oak/pine forest
KVR Schäfer, HJ Renninger, KL Clark, D Medvigy
Hydrological Processes 28 (25), 6113-6123, 2014
Intrinsic and extrinsic hydraulic factors in varying sizes of two Amazonian palm species (Iriartea deltoidea and Mauritia flexuosa) differing in development and growing environment
HJ Renninger, N Phillips
American journal of botany 97 (12), 1926-1936, 2010
Decadal-Scale Reduction in Forest Net Ecosystem Production Following Insect Defoliation Contrasts with Short-Term Impacts of Prescribed Fires
KL Clark, HJ Renninger, N Skowronski, M Gallagher, KVR Schäfer
Forests 9 (3), 145, 2018
Allometry and photosynthetic capacity of poplar (Populus deltoides) along a metal contamination gradient in an urban brownfield
HJ Renninger, S Wadhwa, FJ Gallagher, D Vanderklein, KVR Schäfer
Urban Ecosystems 16 (2), 247-263, 2013
No correlation between latewood formation and leader growth in Douglas-fir saplings
HJ Renninger, BL Gartner, AT Grotta
IAWA Journal 27 (2), 183-191, 2006
Modeling respiration from snags and coarse woody debris before and after an invasive gypsy moth disturbance
HJ Renninger, N Carlo, KL Clark, KVR Schäfer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119 (4), 630-644, 2014
Secondary stem lengthening in the palm Iriartea deltoidea (Arecaceae) provides an efficient and novel method for height growth in a tree form
HJ Renninger, N Phillips
American Journal of Botany 99 (4), 607-613, 2012
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