University of Florida Forest Ecophysiology Lab

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Eigenbrode, S.D., T.A. Martin, L. Wright Morton, J. Colletti, P. Goodwin, R. Gustafson, D. Hawthorne, A. Johnson, L. Mercado, S. Pearl, T. Richard, and M. Wolcott. 2017. Leading large transdisciplinary projects addressing social-ecological systems: A primer for project directors. USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 69 p.

Martin, T.A., D.C. Adams, M.J. Cohen, R.M. Crandall, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, J.A. Smith, and J.G. Vogel. 2017. Managing Florida’s plantation forests in a changing climate. In: E.P. Chassignet, J.M. Jones, V. Misra, and J. Obeysekera, Eds. Florida's Climate: Changes, Variations, and Impacts. Florida Climate Institute, Gainesville, Florida. pp. 269-295.


Refereed Publications

88. Ross, C.W., S. Grunwald, J.G. Vogel, D. Markewitz, E.J. Jokela, T.A. Martin, R. Bracho, A.R. Bacon, C.W. Brungard, and X. Xiong. 2020. Accounting for two billion tons of stabilized soil carbon. Science of the Total Environment 703:134615.

87. Yasin, G., M.H. Nawaz, T.A. Martin, N.K. Niazi, S. Gul, M.T.B. Yousaf. 2019. Evaluation of agroforestry carbon storage status and potential in irrigated plains of Pakistan. Forests 10:640 http://doi.org/10.3390/f10080640.

86. Subedi,P., E.J. Jokela, J.G. Vogel, and T.A. Martin. 2019. Sustained productivity of intensively managed loblolly pine plantations: Persistence of fertilization and weed control effects across rotations. Forest Ecology and Management 446:38-53.

85. Hiers, J.K., C.L. Staudhammer, J.J. O'Brien, H.L. Gholz, T.A. Martin, J. Hom, G. Starr. 2019. Fine dead fuel moisture shows complex lagged responses to environmental conditions in a saw palmetto (Serenoa repens) flatwoods. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 266-267: 20-28.

84. Chu, H., D.D.Baldocchi, C.Poindexter, M.Abraha, A.R.Desai, G.Bohrer, M.A.Arain, T.Griffis, P.D.Blanken, T.L.O'Halloran, R.Q.Thomas, Q.Zhang, S.P.Burns, J.M.Frank, D.Christian, S.Brown, T.A.Black, C.M.Gough, B.E.Law, X.Lee, J.Chen, D.E.Reed, W.J.Massman, K.Clark, J.Hatfield, J.Prueger, R.G.Bracho, J.M.Baker, and T.A.Martin. 2018. Temporal dynamics of aerodynamic canopy height derived from eddy covariance momentum flux data across North American flux networks. Geophysical Research Letters 45:https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GL079306.

83. Helliker, B.R., X.Song, M.L.Goulden, K.L.Clark, P.V.Bolstad, J.W.Munger, J.Chen, A.Noormets, D.Hollinger, S.Wofsy, T.A.Martin, D.D.Baldocchi, E.S.Euskirchen, A.R.Desai, and S.P.Burns. 2018. Assessing the interplay between canopy energy balance and photosynthesis with cellulose d18O: large-scale patterns and independent ground-truthing. Oecologia 187 (4):995-1007.

82. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., D. Zhao, L.J. Samuelson, T.A. Martin, D.J. Leduc, and S.B. Jack. 2018. Local and general above-ground biomass functions for Pinus palustris trees. Forests 9(6):310, https://doi.org/10.3390/f9060310. Open access!

81. Bracho, R., J.G. Vogel, R.E. Will, A. Noormets, L.J. Samuelson, E.J. Jokela, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, S.A. Gezan, D. Markewitz, J.R. Seiler, B.D. Strahm, R.O. Teskey, T.R. Fox, M.B. Kane, M.A. Laviner, K.M. McElligot, J. Yang, W. Lin, C.R. Meek, J. Cucinella, M.K. Akers, and T.A. Martin. 2018. Carbon accumulation in loblolly pine plantations is increased by fertilization across a soil moisture availability gradient. Forest Ecology and Management 424:39-52.

80. Quesada,T., L.M. Parisi, D.A. Huber, S.A. Gezan, T.A. Martin, J.M. Davis, and G.F. Peter. 2017. Genetic control of growth and shoot phenology in juvenile loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) clonal trials. Tree Genetics and Genomes 13(3):1-15.

79. Ahmed, M.A.A., A. Abd-Elrahman, F.J. Escobedo, W.P. Cropper, Jr., T.A. Martin, and N. Timilsina. 2017. Spatially-explicit modeling of multi-scale drivers of aboveground forest biomass and water yield in watersheds of the Southeastern United States. Journal of Environmental Management 199:158-171.

78. Thomas, R.Q., E. Brooks, A. Jersild, E. Ward, R. Wynne, T.J. Albaugh, H. Dinon Aldridge, H.E. Burkhart, J.-C. Domec, T.R. Fox, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, T.A. Martin, A. Noormets, D.A. Sampson, and R.O. Teskey. 2017. Leveraging 35 years of forest research in the southeastern U.S. to constrain carbon cycle predictions: regional data assimilation using ecosystem experiments. Biogeosciences 14:3525–3547. Open access through US Forest Service.

77. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., R.O. Teskey, H. Dinon Aldridge, and T.A. Martin. 2017. Pinus taeda forest growth predictions in the 21st century vary with site mean annual temperature and site quality. Global Change Biology http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1111/gcb.13717.

76. Samuelson, L.J., T.A. Stokes, J.R. Butnor, K.H. Johnsen, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, T.A. Martin, W. P. Cropper, Jr., P.H. Anderson, M.R. Ramirez, and J.C. Lewis. 2017. Ecosystem carbon density and allocation across a chronosequence of longleaf pine forests in the southeastern USA. Ecological Applications 27:244-259.

75. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., R.O. Teskey, T.A. Martin, E.J. Jokela, T.R. Fox, M.B. Kane, and A. Noormets. 2016. Regional validation and improved parameterization of the 3-PG model for Pinus taeda stands. Forest Ecology and Management 361:237-256.

74. Wightman, M.G., T.A. Martin, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, E.J. Jokela, W.P. Cropper, Jr., and E.J. Ward. 2016. Loblolly pine productivity and water relations in response to throughfall reduction and fertilizer application on a poorly drained site in northern Florida. Forests 7:214, http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/f7100214.

73. Will, R.E., T.R. Fox, M.K. Akers, J.-C. Domec, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, E.J. Jokela, M. Kane, M.A. Laviner, G. Lokuta, D. Markewitz, M.A. McGuire, C. Meek, A. Noormets, L.J. Samuelson, J.R. Seiler, B. Strahm, R.O. Teskey, J.G. Vogel, E.J. Ward, J. West, D.S. Wilson, T.A. Martin. 2015. A range-wide experiment to investigate nutrient and soil moisture interactions in loblolly pine plantations. Forests 6:2014-2028.

72. Wright Morton, L., S.D. Eigenbrode, and T.A. Martin. 2015. Architectures of adaptive integration in large collaborative projects. Ecology and Society 20:5 http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07788-200405.

71. Adewopo, J.B., M.L. Silveira, S. Xu, S. Gerber, L.E. Sollenberger, and T.A. Martin. 2015. Management intensification impacts on particle-size soil carbon fractions in subtropical grasslands: evidence from 13C natural abundance. Soil Science Society of America Journal 79:1198-1205.

70. Adewopo, J.B., M.L. Silveira, S. Xu, S. Gerber, L.E. Sollenberger, and T.A. Martin. 2015. Management intensification effects on autotrophic and heterotrophic soil respiration in subtropical grasslands. Ecological Indicators 56:6-14.

69. Garcia Villacorta, A.M., T.A. Martin, E.J. Jokela, W.P. Cropper, Jr., and S.A. Gezan. 2015. Variation in biomass distribution and nutrient content in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) clones having contrasting crown architecture and growth efficiency. Forest Ecology and Management 342:84-92.

68. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., L.J. Samuelson, T.A. Stokes, W.P. Cropper, Jr., T.A. Martin, and K.H. Johnsen. 2015. Understory plant biomass dynamics of prescribed burned Pinus palustris stands. Forest Ecology and Management 344:84-94.

67. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., L.J. Samuelson, T.A. Martin, W.P. Cropper, Jr., K.H. Johnsen, T.A. Stokes, J.R. Butnor, and P.H. Anderson. 2015. Modeling the effects of forest management on in situ and ex situ longleaf pine forest carbon stocks Forest Ecology and Management 355:24-36.

66. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., A.J. Riveros-Walker, T.A. Martin, and G.F. Peter. 2015. Automated quantification of intra-annual density fluctuations using microdensity profiles of mature Pinus taeda in a replicated irrigation experiment. Trees,Structure and Function 29:185-197.

65. Monroe, M.C., J.J.T. Ireland, and T.A. Martin. 2015. Integration of forestry research and extension in an online graduate course. Journal of Forestry 113:240-247.

64. Yan, H., S.Q. Wang, D. Billesbach, W. Oechel, G. Bohrer, T.P. Meyers, T.A. Martin, R. Matamala, R.P. Phillips, F. Rahman, Q. Yu, and H.H. Shugart. 2015. Improved global simulations of gross primary product based on a new definition of water stress factor and a separate treatment of C3 and C4 plants. Ecological Modelling 297:42-59.

63. Eigenbrode, S.D., L. Wright Morton, and T.A. Martin. 2014. Big interdisciplinarity to address climate change and agriculture: Lessons from three USDA Coordinated Agricultural Projects. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 69:170A-175A.

62. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., S.A. Gezan, T.J. Albaugh, H.L. Allen, H.E. Burkhart, T.R. Fox, E.J. Jokela, C.A. Maier, T.A. Martin, R.A. Rubilar, and L.J. Samuelson. 2014. Local and general above-stump biomass functions for loblolly pine and slash pine trees. Forest Ecology and Management 334:254-276.

61. Subedi,P., E.J. Jokela, J.G. Vogel, and T.A. Martin. 2014. Inter-rotational effects of fertilization and weed control on juvenile loblolly pine productivity and nutrient dynamics. Soil Science Society of America Journal doi:10.2136/sssaj2013.08.0345nafsc.

60. Adewopo, J.B., M.L. Silveira, S. Xu, S. Gerber, L. E. Sollenberger, and T.A. Martin. 2014. Management intensification impacts on soil and ecosystem carbon stocks in subtropical grasslands. Soil Science Society of America Journal 78:977-986.

59. Samuelson, L.J., T.A. Stokes, J.R. Butnor, K.H. Johnson, *C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, P. Anderson, J. Jackson, L. Ferrari, T.A. Martin, and W.P. Cropper, Jr. 2014. Ecosystem carbon stocks in Pinus palustris Mill. forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44:476-486.

58. White, T.L., J.M. Davis, S.A. Gezan, J. Hulcr, E.J. Jokela, M. Kirst, T.A. Martin, G.F. Peter, G. Powell, and J. Smith. 2014. Breeding for value in a changing world: Past achievements and future prospects.  New Forests 45:301-309.
 
57. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., A.I. Susaeta, T.A. Martin, E.J. Jokela, and D.R. Carter. 2014. Balancing revenue and nutrient removals in Pinus elliottii Engelm. stands managed for pinestraw and wood production. Forest Science 60:109-118.

56. Gonzalez-Benecke,C.A., S.A. Gezan, L.J. Samuelson, W.P. Cropper, Jr., D.J. Leduc, and T.A. Martin. 2014. Estimating Pinus palustris tree diameter and stem volume from tree height, crown area and stand-level parameters.  Journal of Forestry Research 25:43-52.

55. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., S.A. Gezan, T.A. Martin, W.P. Cropper, Jr., L.J. Samuelson, and D.J. Leduc. 2014. Individual tree diameter, height and volume functions for longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.). Forest Science 60:43-56.

54. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., S.A.  Gezan, D.J. Leduc, T.A.  Martin, W.P. Cropper, Jr., and L.J. Samuelson. 2012. Modeling survival, yield, volume partitioning and their response to thinning for longleaf pine plantations. Forests 3: 1104-1132.

53. Zhang, F., J.M. Chen, J. Chen, C.M. Gough, T.A. Martin and D. Dragoni. 2012. Evaluating spatial and temporal patterns of MODIS GPP over the conterminous U.S. against flux measurements and a process model. Remote Sensing of Environment 124: 717-729.

52. Yan,H., S.Q. Wang, D. Billesbach, W. Oechel, J.H. Zhang, T. Meyers, T.A. Martin, R. Matamala, D. Baldocchi, G. Bohrer, D. Dragoni, and R. Scott. 2012. Global estimation of evapotranspiration using a leaf area index-based surface energy and water balance model. Remote Sensing of Environment 124: 581-595.

51. Resende, M.F.R., Jr., P. Munoz, M.D.V. Resende, D.J. Garrick, R.L. Fernando, J.M. Davis, E.J. Jokela, T.A. Martin, G.F. Peter, and M. Kirst. 2012. Accuracy of genomic selection methods in a standard dataset of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.).Genetics 190:1503-1510.

50. Muñoz Del Valle, P.R., D.A. Huber, and T.A. Martin. 2012. Relative contributions of crown and phenological traits to growth of a pseudo-backcross family ((slash x loblolly) x slash) and its pure species progenitors. Tree Genetics and Genomes doi: 10.1007/s11295-012-0514-7.

49. Susaeta, A.I., C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, D.R. Carter, T.A. Martin, and E.J. Jokela. 2012. Economical sustainability of pinestraw raking in slash pine stands in the southeastern United States. Ecological Economics doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2012.05.010.

48. Mortazavi, B., M.H. Conte, J.P. Chanton, T.A. Martin, T. Teklemariam, J.C. Weber, and W.P. Cropper, Jr. 2012. Carbon isotopic composition of assimilated and respired CO2 in Southeastern US pine forests. Journal of Geophysical Research 177: G02009, doi: 10.1029/2011JG001867.

47. Niu, S., Y. Luo, S. Fei, W. Yuan, D. Schimel, C. Ammann, M. A. Arain, A. Arneth, M. Aubinet, A. Barr, J. Beringer, C. Bernhofer, A.T. Black, N. Buchmann, A. Cescatti, J. Chen, K.J. Davis, E. Dellwik, A.R. Desai, H. Dolman, S. Etzold, L. Francois, D. Gianelle, B. Gielen, A. Goldstein, M. Groenendijk, L. Gu, N. Hanan, C. Helfter, T. Hirano, D.Y. Hollinger, M.B. Jones, G. Kiely, T.E Kolb, W.L. Kutsch, P. Lafleur, B.E. Law, D.M. Lawrence, L. Li, A. Lindroth, M. Litvak, D. Loustau, M. Lund, S. Ma, M. Marek, T.A. Martin, G. Matteucci, M. Migliavacca, L. Montagnani, E. Moors, J.W. Munger, A. Noormets, W. Oechel, J. Olejnik, K.T. Paw U, K. Pilegaard, S. Rambal, A. Raschi, S. Saleska, R.L. Scott, G. Seufert, D. Spano, P. Stoy, M.A. Sutton, A. Varlagin, T. Vesala, E. Weng, G. Wohlfahrt, B. Yang, Z. Zhang, X. Zhou. 2012. Thermal optimality of net ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide and underlying mechanisms. New Phytologist 194:775-783

46. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., E.J. Jokela, and T.A. Martin. 2012. Modeling the effects of stand development, site quality, and silviculture on leaf area index, litterfall, and forest floor accumulations in loblolly and slash pine plantations. Forest Science 58:457-471.

45. Bracho, R., G. Starr, H.L. Gholz, T.A. Martin, W.P. Cropper, Jr., and H.W. Loescher. 2012. Controls on carbon dynamics by ecosystem structure and climate for southeastern U.S. slash pine plantations. Ecological Monographs 82:101-128.

44. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., T.A. Martin, E.J. Jokela, and R. De La Torre. 2011. A flexible hybrid model of life cycle carbon balance for loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) management systems. Forests 2:749-776.

43. Vogel, J.G., L. Suau, T.A. Martin, and E.J. Jokela. 2011. Long term effects of weed control and fertilization on the carbon and nitrogen pools of a slash and loblolly pine forest in north central Florida. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41:552-567.

42. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., T.A. Martin, and W.P. Cropper, Jr. 2011.Whole-tree water relations of co-occurring mature Pinus palustris and P. elliottii. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41:509-523.

41. Xiao, J., Q. Zhuang, B.E. Law, D.D. Baldocchi, J. Chen, A.D. Richardson, J.M. Melillo, K.J. Davis, D.Y. Hollinger, S. Wharton, R. Oren, A. Noormets, M.L. Fischer, S.B. Verma, D.R. Cook, G. Sun, S.G. McNulty, S.C. Wofsy, P.V. Bolstad, S.P. Burns, P.S. Curtis, B.G. Drake, M. Falk, D.R. Foster, L. Gu, J.L. Hadley, G.G. Katul, M. Litvak, S. Ma, T.A. Martin, R. Matamala, T.P. Meyers, R.K. Monson, J.W. Munger, W.C. Oechel, K.T. Paw U, H.P. Schmid, R.L. Scott, G. Starr, A. Suyker, and M.S. Torn. 2011. Assessing net ecosystem carbon exchange of U.S. terrestrial ecosystems by integrating eddy covariance flux measurements and satellite observations. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151:60-69.

40. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., T.A. Martin, A. Clark, III, and G.F. Peter. 2010. Water availability and genetic effects on wood properties of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.). Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40:2265-2277.

39. Yi, C., D. Ricciuto, R. Li, J. Wolbeck, X. Xu, M. Nilsson, L. Aires, J. D. Albertson, C. Ammann, M. A. Arain, A. C. de Araujo, M. Aubinet, M. Aurela, Z. Barcza, A. Barr, P. Berbigier, J. Beringer, C. Bernhofer, A. T. Black, P. V. Bolstad, F. C. Bosveld, M. S. J. Broadmeadow, N. Buchmann, S. P. Burns, P. Cellier, J.M. Chen, J.Q. Chen, P. Ciais, R. Clement, B. D. Cook, P. S. Curtis, D. B. Dail, E. Dellwik, N. Delpierre, A. R. Desai, S. Dore, D. Dragoni, B. G. Drake, E. Dufrêne, A. Dunn, J. Elbers, W. Eugster, M. Falk, C. Feigenwinter, L. B. Flanagan, T. Foken, J. Frank, J. Fuhrer, D. Gianelle, A. Goldstein, M. Goulden, A. Granier, T. Grünwald, L. Gu, H. Guo, A. Hammerle, S. Han, N. P Hanan, L. Haszpra, B. Heinesch, C. Helfter, D. Hendriks, L. B. Hutley, A. Ibrom, C. Jacobs, T. Johansson, M. Jongen, G. Katul, G. Kiely, K. Klumpp, A. Knohl, T. Kolb, W. L. Kutsch, P. Lafleur, T. Laurila, R. Leuning, A. Lindroth, H. Liu, B. Loubet, G. Manca, M. Marek, H. A. Margolis, T. A. Martin, W. J Massman, R. Matamala, G. Matteucci, H. McCaughey, L. Merbold, T. Meyers, M. Migliavacca, F. Miglietta, L. Misson, M. Mölder, J. Moncrieff, R. K. Monson, L. Montagnani, M. Montes-Helu, E. Moors, Ch. Moureaux, M. M Mukelabai, J. W. Munger, M. Myklebust, Z. Nagy, A. Noormets, W. Oechel, R. Oren, S. G. Pallardy, K. T. Paw U, J. S. Pereira, K. Pilegaard, K. Pintér, C. Pio, G. Pita, T. L. Powell, S. Rambal, J. T. Randerson, C. von Randow, C. Rebmann, J. Rinne, F. Rossi, N. Roulet, R. J. Ryel, J. Sagerfors, N. Saigusa, M. J. Sanz, G.S. Mugnozza, H. P. Schmid, G. Seufert, M. Siqueira, J. F. Soussana, G. Starr, M. A. Sutton, J. Tenhunen, Z. Tuba, J. P. Tuovinen, R.Valentini, C. S. Vogel, J. Wang, S. Wang, W. Wang, L. R. Welp, X. Wen, S. Wharton, M. Wilkinson, C. A. Williams, G. Wohlfahrt, S. Yamamoto, G. Yu, R. Zampedri, B. Zhao, X. Zhao. 2010. Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents. Environmental Research Letters 5 doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/5/3/034007.

38. Amiro, B.D., A.G. Barr, J.G. Barr, T.A. Black, R. Bracho, M. Brown, J. Chen, K.L. Clark, K.J. Davis, A.R. Desai, S. Dore, V. Engel, J.D. Fuentes, A.H. Goldstein, M.L. Goulden, T.E. Kolb, M.B. Lavigne, B.E. Law, H.A. Margolis, T.A. Martin, J.H. McCaughey, L. Misson, M. Montes-Helu, A. Noormets, J.T. Randerson, G. Starr, and J. Xiao. 2010. Ecosystem carbon dioxide fluxes after disturbance in forests of North America. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 115:G00K02 doi:10.1029/2010JG001390.

37. Jokela, E.J., T.A. Martin, and J.G. Vogel. 2010. Twenty-five years of intensive forest management with southern pines: Important lessons learned. Journal of Forestry 108:338-347.

36. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., T.A. Martin, W.P. Cropper, Jr., and R. Bracho. 2010. Forest management effects on in situ and ex situ slash pine forest carbon balance. Forest Ecology and Management 260:795-805.

35. Lavoie, M., G. Starr, M.C. Mack, T.A. Martin and H.L. Gholz. 2010. Effects of a prescribed fire on understory vegetation, carbon pools and soil nutrients in a longleaf pine – slash pine forest in Florida. Natural Areas Journal 30: 82-94.

34. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., T.A. Martin, and G.F. Peter. 2010. Hydraulic architecture and tracheid allometry in mature Pinus palustris and P. elliottii trees. Tree Physiology 30: 361-375.

33. Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., and T.A. Martin. 2010. Water availability and genetic effects on water relations of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) stands. Tree Physiology 30: 376-392.

32. Xiao, J., Q. Zhuang, B.E. Law, J. Chen, D.D. Baldocchi, D.R. Cook, R. Oren, A.D. Richardson, S. Wharton, S. Ma, T.A. Martin, S.B. Verma, A.E. Suyker, R.L. Scott, R.K. Monson, M. Litvak, D.Y. Hollinger, G. Sun, K.J. Davis, P.V. Bolstad, S.P. Burns, P.S. Curtis, B.G. Drake, M. Falk, M.L. Fischer, D.R. Foster, L. Gu, J.L. Hadley, G.G. Katul, R. Matamala, S.G. McNulty, T.P. Meyers, J.W. Munger, A. Noormets, W.C. Oechel, K.T. Paw U, H.P. Schmid, G. Starr, M.S. Torn, and S.C. Wofsy. 2010. A continuous measure of gross primary prodcutivity for the conterminous U.S. derived from MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Remote Sensing of Environment 114: 576-591.

31. Nedlo, J.E., T.A. Martin, J.M. Vose, and R.O. Teskey. 2009. Growing season temperatures limit growth of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seedlings across a wide geographic transect. Trees: Structure and Function 23: 751-759.

30. Novaes, E., L. Osorio, D.R. Drost, B.L. Miles, C.R.D.B. Novaes, C. Benedict, C. Dervinis, Q. Yu, R. Sykes, M. Davis, T.A. Martin, G.F. Peter, and M. Kirst. 2009. Quantitative genetic analysis of biomass and wood chemistry of Populus under different nitrogen levels. New Phytologist 182: 878-890.

29. Chmura, D.J., M.G. Tjoelker, and T.A. Martin. 2009. Environmental and genetic effects on crown shape in young loblolly pine plantations. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 691-698.

28. Staudhammer, C.L., E.J. Jokela, and T.A. Martin. 2009. Competition dynamics in pure- versus mixed-family stands of loblolly and slash pine in the southeastern United States. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39:396-409.

27. Ollinger, S.V., A.D. Richardson, M.E. Martin, D.Y. Hollinger, S. Frolking, P.B. Reich, L.C. Plourde, G.G. Katul, J.W. Munger, R. Oren, M-L. Smith, K.T. Paw U, P.V. Bolstad, B.D. Cook, M.C. Day, T.A. Martin, R.K. Monson, and H.P. Schmid. 2008. Canopy nitrogen, carbon assimilation and albedo in temperate and boreal forests: functional relations and potential climate feedbacks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S.A. 105:19335-19340.

26. Powell, T.L., H.L. Gholz, K.L. Clark, G. Starr, W.P. Cropper, Jr., and T.A. Martin. 2008. Carbon exchange of a mature naturally-regenerated pine forest in north Florida. Global Change Biology 14:2523-2538.

25. Xiao, J., Q. Zhuang, D.D. Baldocchi, B.E. Law, A.D. Richardson, J. Chen, R. Oren, G. Starr, A. Noormets, S. Ma, S.B. Verma, S. Wharton, S.C. Wofsy, P.V. Bolstad, S.P. Burns, D.R. Cook, P.S. Curtis, B.G. Drake, M. Falk, M.L. Fischer, D.R. Foster, L. Gu, J.L. Hadley, D.Y. Hollinger, G.G. Katul, M. Litvak, T.A. Martin, R. Matamala, S.G. McNulty, T.P. Meyers, R.K. Monson, J.W. Munger, W.C. Oechel, K.T. Paw U, H.P. Schmid, R.L. Scott, G. Sun, A.E. Suker, and M.S. Torn. 2008. Estimation of net ecosystem carbon exchange for the conterminous United States by combining MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148:1827-1847.

24. Baltunis, B.S., T.A. Martin, D.A. Huber, and J.M. Davis. 2008. Inheritance of foliar stable carbon isotope discrimination and third-year height in Pinus taeda clones on contrasting sites in Florida and Georgia. Tree Genetics and Genomes 4:797-807.

23. Medina Perez, A.M., T.L. White, D.A. Huber, and T.A. Martin. 2007. Graft survival and promotion of female and male strobili by topgrafting in a third-cycle slash pine (Pinus elliottii var. elliottii) breeding program. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37:1244-1252.

22. Roth, B.E., E.J. Jokela, T.A. Martin, D.A. Huber, and T.L. White. 2007. Genotype x environment interactions in selected loblolly and slash pine plantations in the southeastern United States. Forest Ecology and Management 238:175-188.

21. Emhart, V.I., T.A. Martin, T.L. White, and D.A. Huber. 2007. Clonal variation in crown structure, absorbed photosynthetically active radiation and growth of loblolly and slash pines. Tree Physiology 27:421-430.

20. Binford, M.W., H L. Gholz, G. Starr, and T.A. Martin. 2006. Regional carbon dynamics in the southeastern U.S. coastal plain: Balancing land cover type, timber harvesting, fire, and environmental variation. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres 111: D24S92, doi:10.1029/2005JD006820.

19. Loescher, H.W., G. Starr, T.A. Martin, M. Binford, and H.L. Gholz. 2006. The effect of local atmospheric circulations on daytime carbon dioxide flux measurements over a Pinus elliottii canopy. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 45:1127-1140.

18. Karipot, A., M.Y. Leclerc, G. Zhang, T.A. Martin, G. Starr, D.Y. Hollinger, J.H. McCaughey, and G.R. Hendrey. 2006. Nocturnal CO2 exchange over a tall forest canopy associated with intermittent low-level jet activity.   Theoretical and Applied Climatology 85:243-248.

17. Emhart, V.I., T.A. Martin, T.L. White, and D.A. Huber. 2006. Genetic variation in basal area increment phenology and its correlation with growth rate in loblolly and slash pine families and clones. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:961-971.

16. Powell, T.L., G. Starr, K.L. Clark, T.A. Martin, and H.L. Gholz. 2005. Ecosystem and understory water and energy exchange for a mature, naturally regenerated pine flatwoods forest in north Florida. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35(7):1568-1580.

15. Cooke, J.E.K., T.A. Martin, and J.M. Davis. 2005. Short term physiological and developmental responses to nitrogen availability in hybrid poplar. New Phytologist 167:41-52.

14. Martin, T.A., P.M. Dougherty, M.A. Topa, and S.E. McKeand. 2005. Strategies and case studies for incorporating ecophysiology into southern pine tree improvement programs. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 29:70-79.

13. Angeles, G., B.J. Bond, J.S. Boyer, T.J. Brodribb, J.R. Brooks, M.J. Burns, J.M. Cavender-Bares, M.J. Clearwater, H. Cochard, J.P. Comstock, S.D. Davis, J.-C. Domec, L.A. Donovan, F.W. Ewers, B.L. Gartner, U.G. Hacke, T.M. Hinckley, N.M. Holbrook, H.G. Jones, K.L. Kavanagh, B.E. Law, J. Lopez-Portillo, C. Lovisolo, T.A. Martin, J. Martinez-Vilalta, S. Mayr, F.C. Meinzer, P.J. Melcher, M. Mencuccini, S.S. Mulkey, A. Nardini, H. Neufeld, J.B. Passioura, W.T. Pockman, R.B. Pratt, S. Rambal, H. Richter, L. Sack, S. Salleo, A. Schubert, P.J. Schulte, J.P. Sparks, J.S. Sperry, R.O. Teskey, and M.T. Tyree. 2004. The cohesion-tension theory. New Phytologist 163:451-452.

12. Martin, T.A., and E.J. Jokela. 2004. Developmental patterns and nutrition impact radiation use efficiency components in southern pine stands. Ecological Applications 14:1839-1854.

11. Jokela, E.J., P.M. Dougherty, and T.A. Martin.  2004. Production dynamics of intensively managed loblolly pine stands in the southern United States: A synthesis of seven long-term experiments. Forest Ecology and Management 192:117-130.

10. Martin, T.A., and E.J. Jokela. 2004. Stand development and production dynamics of loblolly pine growing on spodosols in North-Central Florida USA. Forest Ecology and Management 192:39-58.

9. McGarvey, R.C., T.A. Martin, and T.L. White. 2004. Integrating within-crown variation in net photosynthesis in loblolly and slash pine families. Tree Physiology 24:1209-1220.

8. Martin, T.A., K.J. Brown, J. Kucera, F.C. Meinzer, D.G. Sprugel, and T.M. Hinckley. 2001. Control of transpiration in a 220-year-old Abies amabilis forest. Forest Ecology and Management 152:211-224.

7. Martin, T.A., K.H. Johnsen, and T.L. White. 2001. Ideotype development in southern pines: Rationale and strategies for overcoming scale-related obstacles. Forest Science 47:21-28.

6. Jokela, E.J., and T.A. Martin. 2000. Effects of ontogeny and soil nutrient supply on production, allocation and leaf area efficiency in loblolly and slash pine stands. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30:1511-1524.

5. Martin, T.A. 2000. Winter season tree sap flow and stand transpiration in an intensively-managed loblolly and slash pine plantation. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 10:155-163.

4. Hinckley, T. M., M. R. Keyes, T. A. Martin, and D. G. Sprugel. 1999. Lessons from montane forests of the Pacific Northwest. Phyton 39:73-84.

3. Martin, T.A., T.M. Hinckley, F.C. Meinzer and D.G. Sprugel. 1999. Boundary layer conductance, leaf temperature and transpiration of Abies amabilis branches. Tree Physiology 19:435-443.

2. Martin, T.A., K.J. Brown, J. Cermak, R. Ceulemans, J. Kucera, F.C. Meinzer, J.S. Rombold, D.G. Sprugel and T.M. Hinckley. 1997. Crown conductance and tree and stand transpiration in a second-growth Abies amabilis forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27:797-808.

1. Martin, T.A., R.O. Teskey, and P.M. Dougherty. 1994. Movement of respiratory CO2 in stems of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seedlings. Tree Physiology 14:481-495.

Book Chapters

3. Bellow, J., P.K.R. Nair, and T.A. Martin. 2008. Tree-crop interactions in fruit-tree-based agroforestry systems in the Western Highlands of Guatemala: Component yields and system performance. In: Toward Agroforestry Design: An Ecological Approach, Advances in Agroforestry 4, S. Jose and A.M. Gordon, Eds. pp. 111-131.

2. Hinckley, T.M., D.G. Sprugel, J.R. Brooks, K.J. Brown, T.A. Martin, D.A. Roberts, G. Segura, W. Schaap and D. Wang. 1998. Scaling and integration in trees. In: Ecological Scale: Theory and Applications, D.L. Peterson and V.T. Parker, Eds. Columbia University Press, New York. pp. 309-337.

1. Sprugel, D.G., M.G. Ryan, J.R. Brooks, K.A. Vogt and T.A. Martin. 1995. Respiration from the organ level to the stand. In: Resource Physiology of Conifers, W.K. Smith and T.M. Hinckley, Eds. Academic Press, Inc., San Diego. pp. 255-299.

Non-Refereed Publications

2. Roth, B.E., T.A. Martin, E.J. Jokela, and T.L. White. 2002. Finding the keys to unlock the productivity of southern forests. Florida Forests 6:18-20.

1. Martin, T.A. 1997. Deep roots: Cooperative research in forest productivity at the University of Florida. Florida Forests, Fall 1997: 22-27.





























Gonzalez-Benecke, C.A., D. Zhao, L.J. Samuelson, T.A. Martin, D.J. Leduc, and S.B. Jack. 2018. Local and general above-ground biomass functions for Pinus palustris trees. Forests 9(6), 310; https://doi.org/10.3390/f9060310.

Bracho, R., J.G. Vogel, R.E. Will, A. Noormets, L.J. Samuelson, E.J. Jokela, C.A. Gonzalez-Benecke, S.A. Gezan, D. Markewitz, J.R. Seiler, B.D. Strahm, R.O. Teskey, T.R. Fox, M.B. Kane, M.A. Laviner, K.M. McElligot, J. Yang, W. Lin, C.R. Meek, J. Cucinella, M.K. Akers, and T.A. Martin. 2018. Carbon accumulation in loblolly pine plantations is increased by fertilization across a soil moisture availability gradient. Forest Ecology and Management 424:39-52.