|Forest carbon use efficiency: is respiration a constant fraction of gross primary production?|
EH DeLUCIA, JE Drake, RB Thomas, M Gonzalez‐Meler
Global Change Biology 13 (6), 1157-1167, 2007
|Increases in the flux of carbon belowground stimulate nitrogen uptake and sustain the long‐term enhancement of forest productivity under elevated CO2|
JE Drake, A Gallet‐Budynek, KS Hofmockel, ES Bernhardt, SA Billings, ...
Ecology letters 14 (4), 349-357, 2011
|Optimal stomatal behaviour around the world|
YS Lin, BE Medlyn, RA Duursma, IC Prentice, H Wang, S Baig, D Eamus, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (5), 459-464, 2015
|Stoichiometry constrains microbial response to root exudation-insights from a model and a field experiment in a temperate forest.|
JE Drake, BA Darby, MA Giasson, MA Kramer, RP Phillips, AC Finzi
Biogeosciences 10 (2), 2013
|Root carbon inputs to the rhizosphere stimulate extracellular enzyme activity and increase nitrogen availability in temperate forest soils|
ER Brzostek, A Greco, JE Drake, AC Finzi
Biogeochemistry 115 (1-3), 65-76, 2013
|Elevated CO2 does not increase eucalypt forest productivity on a low-phosphorus soil|
DS Ellsworth, IC Anderson, KY Crous, J Cooke, JE Drake, AN Gherlenda, ...
Nature Climate Change 7 (4), 279-282, 2017
|Mechanisms of age‐related changes in forest production: the influence of physiological and successional changes|
JE Drake, SC Davis, LM Raetz, EH Delucia
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1522-1535, 2011
|The capacity to cope with climate warming declines from temperate to tropical latitudes in two widely distributed Eucalyptus species|
JE Drake, MJ Aspinwall, S Pfautsch, PD Rymer, PB Reich, RA Smith, ...
Global Change Biology 21 (1), 459-472, 2015
|Trees tolerate an extreme heatwave via sustained transpirational cooling and increased leaf thermal tolerance|
JE Drake, MG Tjoelker, A Vårhammar, BE Medlyn, PB Reich, A Leigh, ...
Global change biology 24 (6), 2390-2402, 2018
|Soil respiration in a northeastern US temperate forest: a 22‐year synthesis|
MA Giasson, AM Ellison, RD Bowden, PM Crill, EA Davidson, JE Drake, ...
Ecosphere 4 (11), 1-28, 2013
|Hydraulic limitation not declining nitrogen availability causes the age‐related photosynthetic decline in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)|
JE Drake, LM Raetz, SC Davis, EH Delucia
Plant, cell & environment 33 (10), 1756-1766, 2010
|Fine‐root respiration in a loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) forest exposed to elevated CO2 and N fertilization|
JE Drake, PC Stoy, RB Jackson, EH DeLUCIA
Plant, Cell & Environment 31 (11), 1663-1672, 2008
|Does physiological acclimation to climate warming stabilize the ratio of canopy respiration to photosynthesis?|
JE Drake, MG Tjoelker, MJ Aspinwall, PB Reich, CVM Barton, BE Medlyn, ...
New Phytologist 211 (3), 850-863, 2016
|Acclimation and adaptation components of the temperature dependence of plant photosynthesis at the global scale|
DP Kumarathunge, BE Medlyn, JE Drake, MG Tjoelker, MJ Aspinwall, ...
New Phytologist 222 (2), 768-784, 2019
|Using models to guide field experiments: a priori predictions for the CO2 response of a nutrient‐ and water‐limited native Eucalypt woodland|
BE Medlyn, MG De Kauwe, S Zaehle, AP Walker, RA Duursma, K Luus, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (8), 2834-2851, 2016
|Convergent acclimation of leaf photosynthesis and respiration to prevailing ambient temperatures under current and warmer climates in Eucalyptus tereticornis|
MJ Aspinwall, JE Drake, C Campany, A Vårhammar, O Ghannoum, ...
New Phytologist 212 (2), 354-367, 2016
|Impact of a reduced winter snowpack on litter arthropod abundance and diversity in a northern hardwood forest ecosystem|
PH Templer, AF Schiller, NW Fuller, AM Socci, JL Campbell, JE Drake, ...
Biology and Fertility of Soils 48 (4), 413-424, 2012
|Stomatal and non-stomatal limitations of photosynthesis for four tree species under drought: A comparison of model formulations|
JE Drake, SA Power, RA Duursma, BE Medlyn, MJ Aspinwall, B Choat, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 247, 454-466, 2017
|Short‐term carbon cycling responses of a mature eucalypt woodland to gradual stepwise enrichment of atmospheric CO2 concentration|
JE Drake, CA Macdonald, MG Tjoelker, KY Crous, TE Gimeno, BK Singh, ...
Global change biology 22 (1), 380-390, 2016
|Trenching reduces soil heterotrophic activity in a loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) forest exposed to elevated atmospheric [CO2] and N fertilization|
JE Drake, AC Oishi, MA Giasson, R Oren, KH Johnsen, AC Finzi
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 165, 43-52, 2012