Melissa Lucash
Melissa Lucash
Research Assistant Professor, Geography Department, University of Oregon
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Seasonal patterns of photosynthesis in Douglas fir seedlings during the third and fourth year of exposure to elevated CO2 and temperature
JD Lewis, M Lucash, D Olszyk, DT Tingey
Plant, Cell & Environment 24 (5), 539-548, 2001
942001
Improving the representation of roots in terrestrial models
EAH Smithwick, MS Lucash, ML McCormack, G Sivandran
Ecological Modelling 291, 193-204, 2014
922014
Relationships between needle nitrogen concentration and photosynthetic responses of Douglas‐fir seedlings to elevated CO2 and temperature
JD Lewis, M Lucash, DM Olszyk, DT Tingey
New Phytologist 162 (2), 355-364, 2004
782004
Stomatal responses of Douglas‐fir seedlings to elevated carbon dioxide and temperature during the third and fourth years of exposure
JD Lewis, M Lucash, DM Olszyk, DT Tingey
Plant, Cell & Environment 25 (11), 1411-1421, 2002
572002
Forest management scenarios in a changing climate: trade‐offs between carbon, timber, and old forest
MK Creutzburg, RM Scheller, MS Lucash, SD LeDuc, MG Johnson
Ecological Applications 27 (2), 503-518, 2017
552017
Estimating nutrient uptake by mature tree roots under field conditions: challenges and opportunities
MS Lucash, DM Eissenstat, JD Joslin, KJ McFarlane, RD Yanai
Trees 21 (6), 593-603, 2007
542007
Disequilibrium of fire-prone forests sets the stage for a rapid decline in conifer dominance during the 21 st century
JM Serra-Diaz, C Maxwell, MS Lucash, RM Scheller, DM Laflower, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
452018
Spatial resilience of forested landscapes under climate change and management
MS Lucash, RM Scheller, EJ Gustafson, BR Sturtevant
Landscape Ecology 32 (5), 953-969, 2017
442017
Temporal variation in nutrient uptake capacity by intact roots of mature loblolly pine
MS Lucash, JD Joslin, R Yanai
Plant and Soil 272 (1), 253-262, 2005
352005
More than the sum of its parts: how disturbance interactions shape forest dynamics under climate change
MS Lucash, RM Scheller, BR Sturtevant, EJ Gustafson, AM Kretchun, ...
Ecosphere 9 (6), e02293, 2018
312018
Divergent carbon dynamics under climate change in forests with diverse soils, tree species, and land use histories
RM Scheller, AM Kretchun, S Van Tuyl, KL Clark, MS Lucash, J Hom
Ecosphere 3 (11), 1-16, 2012
282012
Quantifying resilience of multiple ecosystem services and biodiversity in a temperate forest landscape
E Cantarello, AC Newton, PA Martin, PM Evans, A Gosal, MS Lucash
Ecology and evolution 7 (22), 9661-9675, 2017
242017
Multimodel simulations of forest harvesting effects on long‐term productivity and CN cycling in aspen forests
F Wang, DJ Mladenoff, JA Forrester, JA Blanco, RM Scheller, ...
Ecological Applications 24 (6), 1374-1389, 2014
232014
Morphogenesis of Douglas fir buds is altered at elevated temperature but not at elevated CO2
ME Apple, MS Lucash, DM Olszyk, DT Tingey
Environmental and experimental botany 40 (2), 159-172, 1998
221998
Bioenergy harvest, climate change, and forest carbon in the Oregon Coast Range
MK Creutzburg, RM Scheller, MS Lucash, LB Evers, SD LeDuc, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 8 (2), 357-370, 2016
212016
Foliar nutrient concentrations related to soil sources across a range of sites in the Northeastern United States
MS Lucash, RD Yanai, JD Blum, BB Park
182011
Predicted effects of gypsy moth defoliation and climate change on forest carbon dynamics in the New Jersey Pine Barrens
AM Kretchun, RM Scheller, MS Lucash, KL Clark, J Hom, S Van Tuyl
PloS one 9 (8), e102531, 2014
162014
Impacts of fire and climate change on long-term nitrogen availability and forest productivity in the New Jersey Pine Barrens
MS Lucash, RM Scheller, AM Kretchun, KL Clark, J Hom
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44 (5), 404-412, 2014
162014
Similarity of nutrient uptake and root dimensions of Engelmann spruce and subalpine fir at two contrasting sites in Colorado
RD Yanai, KJ McFarlane, MS Lucash, SE Kulpa, DM Wood
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (10), 2233-2241, 2009
152009
Widespread severe wildfires under climate change lead to increased forest homogeneity in dry mixed‐conifer forests
BA Cassell, RM Scheller, MS Lucash, MD Hurteau, EL Loudermilk
Ecosphere 10 (11), e02934, 2019
132019
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