Jazlynn Hall
Jazlynn Hall
Postdoctoral Associate, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
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Hurricane-induced rainfall is a stronger predictor of tropical forest damage in Puerto Rico than maximum wind speeds
J Hall, R Muscarella, A Quebbeman, G Arellano, J Thompson, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 4318, 2020
Rapid remote sensing assessment of impacts from Hurricane Maria on forests of Puerto Rico
Y Feng, RI Negron-Juarez, CM Patricola, WD Collins, M Uriarte, JS Hall, ...
PeerJ Preprints 6, e26597v1, 2018
Forest cover lessens the impact of drought on streamflow in Puerto Rico
J Hall, M Scholl, Y Gorokhovich, M Uriarte
Hydrological Processes 36 (5), e14551, 2022
A severe hurricane increases carbon dioxide and methane fluxes and triples nitrous oxide emissions in a tropical forest
AW Quebbeman, DNL Menge, G Arellano, J Hall, TE Wood, ...
Ecosystems 25 (8), 1754-1766, 2022
Chronic Winds Reduce Tropical Forest Structural Complexity Regardless of Climate, Topography, or Forest Age
R Ankori-Karlinsky, J Hall, L Murphy, R Muscarella, S Martinuzzi, R Fahey, ...
Ecosystems, 1-13, 2024
Live tree forest carbon storage in the Western United States: distribution, trends, and drivers
J Hall, M Sandor, BJ Harvey, S Parks, AT Trugman, P Williams, W Hansen
AGU23, 2023
Young mixed planted forests store more carbon than monocultures—a meta-analysis
L Vesterdal, O Bouriaud, D Hertel, E Warner, E Warner, SC Cook-Patton, ...
Finding the Baseline: Forest Carbon Storage in the Western United States Across Climatic Gradients and Fire Legacies
J Hall, AT Trugman, P Williams, W Hansen
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2022, B52J-0988, 2022
The effect of 2017 Hurricane Maria on streamflow in Puerto Rico
JB Shanley, S Matt, MA Scholl, J Hall, WH McDowell, G González, ...
Frontiers in Hydrology 2022, 232-102, 2022
Impacts of Drought and Cyclonic Storms on Vegetation and Streamflow in Puerto Rico
J Hall
Columbia University, 2022
Characterization of forest degradation from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico using optical and SAR imagery
J Hall, S Saatchi, M Uriarte
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, GC21E-10, 2021
Creación de Grupos de Acción Local para el desarrollo rural en Perú: Perspectivas desde el CDR El Mantaro, UNMSM
RJ Aliaga, I de los Ríos Carmenado, FSM Howard, SC Espinoza
Comunicaciones presentadas al XXV Congreso Internacional de Ingeniería de …, 2021
Forest cover mitigates the impacts of rainfall variability on streamflow in Puerto Rico
J Hall, M Uriarte, MA Scholl
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B41F-04, 2019
Hurricanes, forests, and water: Relationships between remotely-sensed vegetative damage, biomass, and streamflow in Puerto Rico after Hurricanes Irma and Maria
J Hall, M Uriarte
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
Nitrogen fixer abundance has no effect on biomass recovery during tropical secondary forest succession.
LHR Lai HaoRan, JS Hall, SA Batterman, BL Turner, M Breugel
Effect of land cover, stream discharge, and precipitation on water quality in Puerto Rico
JS Hall, M Uriarte
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2017, H43J-1777, 2017
Liana effects on biomass dynamics strengthen during secondary forest succession.
LHR Lai HaoRan, JS Hall, BL Turner, M Breugel
Confronting a Process-based Model of Temperate Tree Transpiration with Data from Forests in Central Panama Exposed to Drought
BE Ewers, M Bretfeld, D Millar, JS Hall, D Beverly, JS Hall, FL Ogden, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2016, H21D-1440, 2016
Effect of aspect and forest age on tree water use in the Panama Canal Watershed
J Hall, J Hall, BE Ewers, M Bretfeld, D Beverly
101st ESA Annual Meeting (August 7--12, 2016), 2016
Primary drivers of dust deposition within a small subalpine watershed
JS Hall, D Beverly, HN Speckman, TJ Zelikova, N Ohara, BE Ewers
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, H21D-1405, 2015
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