David Williams
David Williams
Professor, Botany Department, University of Wyoming
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Mechanisms of plant survival and mortality during drought: why do some plants survive while others succumb to drought?
N McDowell, WT Pockman, CD Allen, DD Breshears, N Cobb, T Kolb, ...
New phytologist 178 (4), 719-739, 2008
27652008
Convergence across biomes to a common rain-use efficiency
TE Huxman, MD Smith, PA Fay, AK Knapp, MR Shaw, ME Loik, SD Smith, ...
Nature 429 (6992), 651-654, 2004
9072004
Assessing the response of terrestrial ecosystems to potential changes in precipitation
JF Weltzin, ME Loik, S Schwinning, DG Williams, PA Fay, BM Haddad, ...
Bioscience 53 (10), 941-952, 2003
8652003
Evapotranspiration components determined by stable isotope, sap flow and eddy covariance techniques
DG Williams, W Cable, K Hultine, JCB Hoedjes, EA Yepez, V Simonneaux, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 125 (3-4), 241-258, 2004
4552004
C 4 grasses prosper as carbon dioxide eliminates desiccation in warmed semi-arid grassland
JA Morgan, DR LeCain, E Pendall, DM Blumenthal, BA Kimball, Y Carrillo, ...
Nature 476 (7359), 202-205, 2011
3932011
African grass invasion in the Americas: ecosystem consequences and the role of ecophysiology
DG Williams, Z Baruch
Biological invasions 2 (2), 123-140, 2000
3482000
Why are non-photosynthetic tissues generally 13C enriched compared with leaves in C3 plants? Review and synthesis of current hypotheses
LA Cernusak, G Tcherkez, C Keitel, WK Cornwell, LS Santiago, A Knohl, ...
Functional Plant Biology 36 (3), 199-213, 2009
3252009
Intra‐and interspecific variation for summer precipitation use in pinyon–juniper woodlands
DG Williams, JR Ehleringer
Ecological Monographs 70 (4), 517-537, 2000
3162000
Water sources used by riparian trees varies among stream types on the San Pedro River, Arizona
KA Snyder, DG Williams
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 105 (1-3), 227-240, 2000
3102000
Ecophysiology of introduced Pennisetum setaceum on Hawaii: the role of phenotypic plasticity
DG Williams, RN Mack, RA Black
Ecology 76 (5), 1569-1580, 1995
2871995
Hydrogen isotope fractionation during water uptake by woody xerophytes
PZ Ellsworth, DG Williams
Plant and Soil 291 (1-2), 93-107, 2007
2862007
Partitioning overstory and understory evapotranspiration in a semiarid savanna woodland from the isotopic composition of water vapor
EA Yepez, DG Williams, RL Scott, G Lin
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 119 (1-2), 53-68, 2003
2762003
Response of net ecosystem gas exchange to a simulated precipitation pulse in a semi-arid grassland: the role of native versus non-native grasses and soil texture
TE Huxman, JM Cable, DD Ignace, JA Eilts, NB English, J Weltzin, ...
Oecologia 141 (2), 295-305, 2004
2632004
Ecohydrological impacts of woody‐plant encroachment: Seasonal patterns of water and carbon dioxide exchange within a semiarid riparian environment
RL Scott, TE Huxman, DG Williams, DC Goodrich
Global Change Biology 12 (2), 311-324, 2006
2342006
Limits to water transport in Juniperus osteosperma and Pinus edulis: implications for drought tolerance and regulation of transpiration
MJ Linton, JS Sperry, DG Williams
Functional Ecology 12 (6), 906-911, 1998
2181998
Soil texture drives responses of soil respiration to precipitation pulses in the Sonoran Desert: implications for climate change
JM Cable, K Ogle, DG Williams, JF Weltzin, TE Huxman
Ecosystems 11 (6), 961-979, 2008
2082008
Climate change alters stoichiometry of phosphorus and nitrogen in a semiarid grassland
FA Dijkstra, E Pendall, JA Morgan, DM Blumenthal, Y Carrillo, DR LeCain, ...
New Phytologist 196 (3), 807-815, 2012
1692012
Antecedent moisture and seasonal precipitation influence the response of canopy‐scale carbon and water exchange to rainfall pulses in a semi‐arid grassland
DL Potts, TE Huxman, JM Cable, NB English, DD Ignace, JA Eilts, ...
New Phytologist 170 (4), 849-860, 2006
1682006
Transpiration of cottonwood/willow forest estimated from sap flux
SM Schaeffer, DG Williams, DC Goodrich
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 105 (1-3), 257-270, 2000
1592000
Elevated atmospheric CO2 improved Sorghum plant water status by ameliorating the adverse effects of drought
GW Wall, TJ Brooks, NR Adam, AB Cousins, BA Kimball, PJ Pinter Jr, ...
New Phytologist 152 (2), 231-248, 2001
1552001
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