A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality

@article{Adams2017AMS,
  title={A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality},
  author={H. Adams and M. Zeppel and W. Anderegg and H. Hartmann and S. Landh{\"a}usser and D. Tissue and T. Huxman and P. Hudson and T. Franz and C. Allen and L. Anderegg and G. Barron-Gafford and D. Beerling and D. Breshears and T. Brodribb and H. Bugmann and R. Cobb and A. Collins and L. Dickman and Honglang Duan and B. Ewers and L. Galiano and D. A. G{\'a}lvez and N. Garcia-Forner and M. Gaylord and M. Germino and A. Gessler and U. Hacke and Rodrigo Hakamada and A. Hector and Michael W. Jenkins and J. Kane and T. Kolb and D. Law and James D. Lewis and J. Limousin and David M Love and A. Macalady and J. Mart{\'i}nez-Vilalta and M. Mencuccini and P. Mitchell and J. Muss and Michael J. O’Brien and A. O'Grady and R. Pangle and E. Pinkard and F. Piper and J. Plaut and W. Pockman and J. Quirk and K. Reinhardt and F. Ripullone and M. G. Ryan and A. Sala and S. Sevanto and J. Sperry and R. Vargas and M. Vennetier and D. Way and Chonggang Xu and E. Yepez and N. McDowell},
  journal={Nature Ecology \& Evolution},
  year={2017},
  volume={1},
  pages={1285-1291}
}
Widespread tree mortality associated with drought has been observed on all forested continents and global change is expected to exacerbate vegetation vulnerability. Forest mortality has implications for future biosphere–atmosphere interactions of carbon, water and energy balance, and is poorly represented in dynamic vegetation models. Reducing uncertainty requires improved mortality projections founded on robust physiological processes. However, the proposed mechanisms of drought-induced… Expand
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