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 (4), 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 (2), 254-268, 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
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
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
Ecohydrological implications of woody plant encroachment
TE Huxman, BP Wilcox, DD Breshears, RL Scott, KA Snyder, EE Small, ...
Ecology 86 (2), 308-319, 2005
Adaptive variation in the vulnerability of woody plants to xylem cavitation
H Maherali, WT Pockman, RB Jackson
Ecology 85 (8), 2184-2199, 2004
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
Vulnerability to xylem cavitation and the distribution of Sonoran desert vegetation
WT Pockman, JS Sperry
American journal of botany 87 (9), 1287-1299, 2000
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
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
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
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
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 (3), 293-301, 1996
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
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
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
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