Jim L Chambers
Jim L Chambers
Professor Emeritus of Forestry, Louisiana State University
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Prospects for increasing the salt tolerance of forest trees: a review
JA Allen, JL Chambers, M Stine
Tree physiology 14 (7-8-9), 843-853, 1994
1781994
Comparison of presettlement, second-growth and old-growth forest on six site types in the Illinois Shawnee Hills
JS Fralish, FB Crooks, JL Chambers, FM Harty
American Midland Naturalist, 294-309, 1991
1741991
Interaction of flooding and salinity stress on baldcypress (Taxodium distichum)
JA Allen, SR Pezeshki, JL Chambers
Tree Physiology 16 (1-2), 307-313, 1996
1141996
Thinning, fertilization, and crown position interact to control physiological responses of loblolly pine
Z Tang, JL Chambers, S Guddanti, JP Barmett
Tree Physiology 19 (2), 87-94, 1999
741999
Intraspecific variation in the response of Taxodium distichum seedlings to salinity
JA Allen, JL Chambers, DM McKinney
Forest Ecology and Management 70 (1-3), 203-214, 1994
741994
Growth and nutrition of baldcypress families planted under varying salinity regimes in Louisiana, USA
KW Krauss, JL Chambers, JA Allen, DM Soileau Jr, AS DeBosiert
Journal of Coastal Research, 153-163, 2000
732000
Responses of cherrybark oak seedlings to short-term flooding
SR Pezeshki, JL Chambers
Forest Science 31 (3), 760-771, 1985
681985
Boundary-line analysis and models of leaf conductance for four oak-hickory forest species
JL Chambers, TM Hinckley, GS Cox, CL Metcalf, RG Aslin
Forest Science 31 (2), 437-450, 1985
681985
Long-term trends in loblolly pine productivity and stand characteristics in response to thinning and fertilization in the West Gulf region
MAS Sayer, JCG Goelz, JL Chambers, Z Tang, TJ Dean, JD Haywood, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 192 (1), 71-96, 2004
672004
Effects of salinity on baldcypress seedlings: physiological responses and their relation to salinity tolerance
JA Allen, JL Chambers, SR Pezeshki
Wetlands 17 (2), 310-320, 1997
661997
Stomatal and photosynthetic response of sweet gum (Liquidambarstyraciflua) to flooding
SR Pezeshki, JL Chambers
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 15 (2), 371-375, 1985
571985
Leaf water status and root system water flux of shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) seedlings in relation to new root growth after transplanting
JC Brissette, JL Chambers
Tree physiology 11 (3), 289-303, 1992
561992
Variation in flood-induced stomatal and photosynthetic responses of three bottomland tree species
SR Pezeshki, JL Chambers
Forest Science 32 (4), 914-923, 1986
551986
Understory light levels in mature hardwood stands after partial oversotry removal
MW Jenkins, JL Chambers
Forest Ecology and Management 26 (4), 247-256, 1989
511989
Sap flow characteristics of neotropical mangroves in flooded and drained soils
KW Krauss, PJ Young, JL Chambers, TW Doyle, RR Twilley
Tree Physiology 27 (5), 775-783, 2007
482007
Salinity effects and differential germination of several half-sib families of baldcypress from different seed sources
KW Krauss, JL Chambers, JA Allen
New Forests 15 (1), 53-68, 1998
471998
Effect of soil salinity on stomatal conductance and photosynthesis of green ash (Fraxinuspennsylvanica)
SR Pezeshki, JL Chambers
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 16 (3), 569-573, 1986
471986
Seasonal photosynthesis and water relations of juvenile loblolly pine relative to stand density and canopy position
Z Tang, JL Chambers, MA Sword, JP Barnett
Trees 17 (5), 424-430, 2003
452003
Seasonal branch and fine root growth of juvenile loblolly pine five growing seasons after fertilization
MA Sword, DA Gravatt, PL Faulkner, JL Chambers
Tree Physiology 16 (11-12), 899-904, 1996
441996
Crown characteristics of juvenile loblolly pine 6 years after application of thinning and fertilization
S Yu, JL Chambers, Z Tang, JP Barnett
Forest Ecology and Management 180 (1-3), 345-352, 2003
382003
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