William Pockman
William Pockman
Professor of Biology - University of New Mexico
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Mechanisms of plant survival and mortality during drought: why do some plants survive while others succumb to drought?
N McDowell, WT Pockman, CD Allen, DD Breshears, N Cobb, T Kolb, ...
New phytologist 178 (4), 719-739, 2008
Trends in wood density and structure are linked to prevention of xylem implosion by negative pressure
UG Hacke, JS Sperry, WT Pockman, SD Davis, KA McCulloh
Oecologia 126, 457-461, 2001
Precipitation pulses and carbon fluxes in semiarid and arid ecosystems
TE Huxman, KA Snyder, D Tissue, AJ Leffler, K Ogle, WT Pockman, ...
Oecologia 141, 254-268, 2004
Convergence across biomes to a common rain-use efficiency
TE Huxman, MD Smith, PA Fay, AK Knapp, MR Shaw, ME Loik, SD Smith, ...
Nature 429 (6992), 651-654, 2004
Ecosystem carbon loss with woody plant invasion of grasslands
RB Jackson, JL Banner, EG Jobbágy, WT Pockman, DH Wall
Nature 418 (6898), 623-626, 2002
Assessing the response of terrestrial ecosystems to potential changes in precipitation
JF Weltzin, ME Loik, S Schwinning, DG Williams, PA Fay, BM Haddad, ...
Bioscience 53 (10), 941-952, 2003
A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality
HD Adams, MJB Zeppel, WRL Anderegg, H Hartmann, SM Landhäusser, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (9), 1285-1291, 2017
Ecohydrological implications of woody plant encroachment
TE Huxman, BP Wilcox, DD Breshears, RL Scott, KA Snyder, EE Small, ...
Ecology 86 (2), 308-319, 2005
How do trees die? A test of the hydraulic failure and carbon starvation hypotheses
S Sevanto, NG Mcdowell, LT Dickman, R Pangle, WT Pockman
Plant, cell & environment 37 (1), 153-161, 2014
Adaptive variation in the vulnerability of woody plants to xylem cavitation
H Maherali, WT Pockman, RB Jackson
Ecology 85 (8), 2184-2199, 2004
Vulnerability to xylem cavitation and the distribution of Sonoran desert vegetation
WT Pockman, JS Sperry
American journal of botany 87 (9), 1287-1299, 2000
Tree die‐off in response to global change‐type drought: mortality insights from a decade of plant water potential measurements
DD Breshears, OB Myers, CW Meyer, FJ Barnes, CB Zou, CD Allen, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (4), 185-189, 2009
Evaluating theories of drought‐induced vegetation mortality using a multimodel–experiment framework
NG McDowell, RA Fisher, C Xu, JC Domec, T Hölttä, DS Mackay, ...
New Phytologist 200 (2), 304-321, 2013
Limitation of transpiration by hydraulic conductance and xylem cavitation in Betula occidentalis
JS Sperry, WT Pockman
Plant, cell & environment 16 (3), 279-287, 1993
Sustained and significant negative water pressure in xylem
WT Pockman, JS Sperry, JW O'Leary
Nature 378 (6558), 715-716, 1995
Multi-scale predictions of massive conifer mortality due to chronic temperature rise
NG Mcdowell, AP Williams, C Xu, WT Pockman, LT Dickman, S Sevanto, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (3), 295-300, 2016
Use of centrifugal force in the study of xylem cavitation
NN Alder, WT Pockman, JS Sperry, S Nuismer
Journal of experimental botany 48 (3), 665-674, 1997
Root and stem xylem embolism, stomatal conductance, and leaf turgor in Acer grandidentatum populations along a soil moisture gradient
NN Alder, JS Sperry, WT Pockman
Oecologia 105, 293-301, 1996
Drought predisposes piñon–juniper woodlands to insect attacks and mortality
ML Gaylord, TE Kolb, WT Pockman, JA Plaut, EA Yepez, AK Macalady, ...
New Phytologist 198 (2), 567-578, 2013
Ecosystem rooting depth determined with caves and DNA
RB Jackson, LA Moore, WA Hoffmann, WT Pockman, CR Linder
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (20), 11387-11392, 1999
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