Shibu Jose
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Agroforestry for ecosystem services and environmental benefits: an overview
S Jose
Agroforestry systems 76 (1), 1-10, 2009
13142009
Plant diversity enhances ecosystem responses to elevated CO 2 and nitrogen deposition
PB Reich, J Knops, D Tilman, J Craine, D Ellsworth, M Tjoelker, T Lee, ...
Nature 410 (6830), 809-810, 2001
6382001
Interspecific interactions in temperate agroforestry
S Jose, AR Gillespie, SG Pallardy
Agroforestry Systems 61 (1), 237-255, 2004
4352004
Soil respiration, fine root production, and microbial biomass in cottonwood and loblolly pine plantations along a nitrogen fertilization gradient
KH Lee, S Jose
Forest Ecology and Management 185 (3), 263-273, 2003
3262003
Tree root characteristics as criteria for species selection and systems design in agroforestry
G Schroth
Agroforestry: science, policy and practice, 125-143, 1995
2361995
Woody invaders and the challenges they pose to forest ecosystems in the eastern United States
CR Webster, MA Jenkins, S Jose
Journal of Forestry 104 (7), 366-374, 2006
2152006
Defining competition vectors in a temperate alley cropping system in the midwestern USA: 2. Competition for water
S Jose, AR Gillespie, JR Seifert, DJ Biehle
Agroforestry systems 48 (1), 41-59, 2000
1992000
Allelopathy in black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) alley cropping. II. Effects of juglone on hydroponically grown corn (Zea mays L.) and soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) growth and …
S Jose, AR Gillespie
Plant and soil 203 (2), 199-206, 1998
1881998
Agroforestry for conserving and enhancing biodiversity
S Jose
Agroforestry Systems 85 (1), 1-8, 2012
1782012
Defining competition vectors in a temperate alley cropping system in the midwestern USA: 3. Competition for nitrogen and litter decomposition dynamics
S Jose, AR Gillespie, JR Seifert, DB Mengel, PE Pope
Agroforestry systems 48 (1), 61-77, 2000
1632000
The longleaf pine ecosystem
S Jose, EJ Jokela, DL Miller
The longleaf pine ecosystem, 3-8, 2007
1522007
Defining competition vectors in a temperate alley cropping system in the midwestern USA: 1. Production physiology
AR Gillespie, S Jose, DB Mengel, WL Hoover, PE Pope, JR Seifert, ...
Agroforestry systems 48 (1), 25-40, 2000
1522000
Belowground ecological interactions in mixed-species forest plantations
S Jose, R Williams, D Zamora
Forest ecology and management 233 (2-3), 231-239, 2006
1512006
Growth, nutrition, photosynthesis and transpiration responses of longleaf pine seedlings to light, water and nitrogen
S Jose, S Merritt, CL Ramsey
Forest Ecology and Management 180 (1-3), 335-344, 2003
1462003
Agroforestry for biomass production and carbon sequestration: an overview
S Jose, S Bardhan
Agroforestry Systems 86 (2), 105-111, 2012
1422012
Vegetation responses along edge-to-interior gradients in a high altitude tropical forest in peninsular India
S Jose, AR Gillespie, SJ George, BM Kumar
Forest Ecology and Management 87 (1-3), 51-62, 1996
1401996
Safety-net role of tree roots: evidence from a pecan (Carya illinoensis K. Koch)–cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) alley cropping system in the southern United States
SC Allen, S Jose, PKR Nair, BJ Brecke, P Nkedi-Kizza, CL Ramsey
Forest ecology and management 192 (2-3), 395-407, 2004
1392004
Allelopathy in black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) alley cropping. I. Spatio-temporal variation in soil juglone in a black walnut–corn (Zea mays L.) alley cropping system in the …
S Jose, AR Gillespie
Plant and Soil 203 (2), 191-197, 1998
1211998
The potential of US forest soils to sequester carbon and mitigate the greenhouse effect
JM Kimble, R Lal, R Birdsey, LS Heath
CRC Press, 2002
1152002
Soil respiration and microbial biomass in a pecan—cotton alley cropping system in Southern USA
KH Lee, S Jose
Agroforestry systems 58 (1), 45-54, 2003
1112003
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