Graeme P. Berlyn
E. H. Harriman Professor of Forest Management and Physiology of Trees
This is a PARTIAL listing of recent publications, and it will continue to grow as we populate our publications database.
Journal Article - In Press
Craven, D., D. Dent, D. Braden, M.S. Ashton, G.P. Berlyn, and J.S. Hall.. “Seasonal Variability of Photosynthetic Characteristics Influences Growth of Eight Tropical Tree Species at Two Sites with Contrasting Precipitation in Panama..” Forest Ecology and Management.
(2011). DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2010.09.017
Craven, D., S. Gulamhussein & G. Berlyn.. “Physiological and Anatomical Responses of Acacia koa (Gray) Seedlings to Varying Light and Drought Conditions..” Environmental and Experimental Botany.
69.2 (2010): 205-213. DOI: 10.1016/j.envexpbot.2010.04.002
Goodale, Uromi M., Berlyn, Graeme P., Gregoire, Timothy G., Ashton, Mark S.. “Ecological Significance of Crown Functional Traits Across Size Classes and Disturbance Environments in Eight Pioneer Species in a Sri Lankan Rain Forest.” Journal of Sustainable Forestry
28.1-2 (2009): 22 - 47. DOI: 10.1080/10549810802626126
Helen Poulos, Graeme Berlyn, Uromi Goodale. “Physiological and Structural Mechanisms of Niche Differentiation for Three Sky Island Oaks in Relation to Light and Temperature.” Desert Plants vol. 24 Desert Plants, 2008, 3-12.
Craven, D., Braden, D., Ashton, M. S., Berlyn, G. P., Wishnie, M., Dent, D.. “Between and Within-Site Comparisons of Sturctural and Physiological Characteristics and Foliar Nutrient Content of 14 Tree Species at a Wet, Fertile Site and a Dry, Infertile Site in Panama.” Forest Ecology and Management
238.1-3 (2007): 335-346. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2006.10.030
Helen M. Poulos, U. M. Goodale, and G. P. Berlyn. “Drought response of two Mexican oak species, Quercus laceyi and Q. sideroxyla (Fagaceae), in relation to elevational position.” American Journal of Botany 24.5 (2007): 809-818.
Poulus, H., Berlyn, G.P.. “Variability in Needle Morphology and Water Status of Pinus cembroides across an Elevational Gradient in the Davis Mountains of west Texas, USA.” The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 132.2 (2007): 281-288.