Thomas M Hinckley
Thomas M Hinckley
Professor Emeritus of Forestry, University of Washington
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The pressure chamber as an instrument for ecological research
GA Ritchie, TM Hinckley
Advances in ecological research 9, 165-254, 1975
8081975
The theory and practice of branch autonomy
DG Sprugel, TM Hinckley, W Schaap
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 22 (1), 309-334, 1991
5621991
Temporal and spatial variations in the water status of forest trees
TM Hinckley, JP Lassoie, SW Running
Forest Science 24 (suppl_1), a0001-z0001, 1978
4561978
Reliance on stored water increases with tree size in three species in the Pacific Northwest
NG Phillips, MG Ryan, BJ Bond, NG McDowell, TM Hinckley, J Čermák
Tree Physiology 23 (4), 237-245, 2003
3582003
The relationship between tree height and leaf area: sapwood area ratio
N McDowell, H Barnard, B Bond, T Hinckley, R Hubbard, H Ishii, ...
Oecologia 132 (1), 12-20, 2002
3352002
Biology of Populus and its implications for management and conservation
R Stettler, T Bradshaw, P Heilman, T Hinckley
NRC Research Press, 1996
3071996
Tree water storage and its diurnal dynamics related to sap flow and changes in stem volume in old-growth Douglas-fir trees
J Čermák, J Kučera, WL Bauerle, N Phillips, TM Hinckley
Tree physiology 27 (2), 181-198, 2007
3012007
Spectral and structural measures of northwest forest vegetation at leaf to landscape scales
DA Roberts, SL Ustin, S Ogunjemiyo, J Greenberg, SZ Dobrowski, J Chen, ...
Ecosystems 7 (5), 545-562, 2004
2842004
A comparison of pressure-volume curve data analysis techniques
PJ Schulte, TM Hinckley
Journal of Experimental Botany 36 (10), 1590-1602, 1985
2801985
Water relations of drought hardy shrubs: osmotic potential and stomatal reactivity
TM Hinckley, F Duhme, AR Hinckley, H Richter
Plant, Cell & Environment 3 (2), 131-140, 1980
2561980
Influence of temperature and water potential on root growth of white oak
RO Teskey, TM Hinckley
Physiologia plantarum 52 (3), 363-369, 1981
2461981
Water flux in a hybrid poplar stand
TM Hinckley, JR Brooks, J Čermák, R Ceulemans, J Kučera, FC Meinzer, ...
Tree physiology 14 (7-8-9), 1005-1018, 1994
2011994
The effects of drought on water relations and stem shrinkage of Quercus alba
TM Hinckley, DN Bruckerhoff
Canadian Journal of Botany 53 (1), 62-72, 1975
1831975
Influence of pre-dawn water potential and soil-to-leaf hydraulic conductance on maximum daily leaf diffusive conductance in two oak species
PB Reich, TM Hinckley
Functional Ecology, 719-726, 1989
1781989
Periodic root and shoot growth in oak
PB Reich, RO Teskey, PS Johnson, TM Hinckley
Forest science 26 (4), 590-598, 1980
1781980
Crown conductance and tree and stand transpiration in a second-growth Abies amabilis forest
TA Martin, KJ Brown, J Cermak, R Ceulemans, J Kucera, FC Meinzer, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27 (6), 797-808, 1997
1591997
Leaf conductance and photosynthesis in four species of the oak-hickory forest type
TM Hinckley, RG Aslin, RR Aubuchon, CL Metcalf, JE Roberts
Forest Science 24 (1), 73-84, 1978
1551978
Influence of soil water on the physiological and morphological components of plant water balance in Populus trichocarpa, Populus deltoides and their F1 hybrids
JH Braatne, TM Hinckley, RF Stettler
Tree Physiology 11 (4), 325-339, 1992
1541992
Production physiology and morphology of Populus species and their hybrids grown under short rotation. I. Clonal comparisons of 4-year growth and phenology
R Ceulemans, G Scarascia-Mugnozza, BM Wiard, JH Braatne, ...
Canadian journal of forest research 22 (12), 1937-1948, 1992
1501992
Shoot structure, leaf area index and productivity of evergreen conifer stands
JW Leverenz, TM Hinckley
Tree physiology 6 (2), 135-149, 1990
1501990
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