Positions

Publications

Academic Article

Year Title
2019 Losses of mineral soil carbon largely offset biomass accumulation 15years after whole-tree harvest in a northern hardwood forestBiogeochemistry.  144:1-14. 2019
2019 Hydrological niche segregation defines forest structure and drought tolerance strategies in a seasonal Amazon forestJournal of Ecology.  107:318-333. 2019
2018 Guidelines and considerations for designing field experiments simulating precipitation extremes in forest ecosystemsMethods in Ecology and Evolution.  9:2310-2325. 2018
2018 Systematic variation in evapotranspiration trends and drivers across the Northeastern United StatesHydrological Processes.  32:3547-3560. 2018
2018 Simulated leaf litter addition causes opposite priming effects on natural forest and plantation soilsBiology and Fertility of Soils.  54:925-934. 2018
2018 Impacts of White Pine Needle Damage on seasonal litterfall dynamics and wood growth of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus) in northern New EnglandForest Ecology and Management.  423:27-36. 2018
2018 Early stage litter decomposition across biomes.Science of the Total Environment.  628-629:1369-1394. 2018
2018 Carbon fluxes and interannual drivers in a temperate forest ecosystem assessed through comparison of top-down and bottom-up approachesAgricultural and Forest Meteorology.  256:420-430. 2018
2018 Temporal changes in soil C-N-P stoichiometry over the past 60¬†years across subtropical China.Global Change Biology.  24:1308-1320. 2018
2018 Phosphorus limitation of aboveground production in northern hardwood forests.Ecology.  99:438-449. 2018
2018 Response of mineral soil carbon storage to harvest residue retention depends on soil texture: A meta-analysisForest Ecology and Management.  408:9-15. 2018
2018 Resistance and resilience of social-ecological systems to recurrent typhoon disturbance on a subtropical island: TaiwanEcosphere.  9:e02071-e02071. 2018
2017 Are Northeastern U.S. forests vulnerable to extreme drought?Ecological Processes.  6:34. 2017
2017 Increased litter in subtropical forests boosts soil respiration in natural forests but not plantations of Castanopsis carlesiiPlant and Soil.  418:141-151. 2017
2016 Elemental and isotopic perspectives on the impact of arbuscular mycorrhizal and ectomycorrhizal fungi on mineral weathering across imposed geologic gradientsChemical Geology.  445:164-171. 2016
2016 Response of Quercus velutina growth and water use efficiency to climate variability and nitrogen fertilization in a temperate deciduous forest in the northeastern USA.Tree Physiology.  36:428-443. 2016
2016 Climate change decreases nitrogen pools and mineralization rates in northern hardwood forestsEcosphere.  7:e01251-e01251. 2016
2015 Mycorrhizal roots in a temperate forest take up organic nitrogen from C-13- and N-15-labeled organic matterPlant and Soil.  397:303-315. 2015
2015 Scaling from single-point sap velocity measurements to stand transpiration in a multispecies deciduous forest: uncertainty sources, stand structure effect, and future scenariosCanadian Journal of Forest Research.  45:1489-1497. 2015
2015 Understorey plant community and light availability in conifer plantations and natural hardwood forests in TaiwanApplied Vegetation Science.  18:591-602. 2015
2015 Soil nitrogen affects phosphorus recycling: foliar resorption and plant-soil feedbacks in a northern hardwood forest.Ecology.  96:2488-2498. 2015
2015 BAAD: a Biomass And Allometry Database for woody plantsEcology.  96:1445-1445. 2015
2015 The promise and peril of intensive-site-based ecological research: insights from the Hubbard Brook ecosystem study.Ecology.  96:885-901. 2015
2014 Rates of sustainable forest harvest depend on rotation length and weathering of soil mineralsForest Ecology and Management.  318:194-205. 2014
2014 Relating vegetation dynamics to temperature and precipitation at monthly and annual timescales in Taiwan using MODIS vegetation indicesInternational Joural of Remote Sensing Remote Sensing Reviews.  35:598-620. 2014
2013 From missing source to missing sink: long-term changes in the nitrogen budget of a northern hardwood forest.Environmental Science & Technology.  47:11440-11448. 2013
2013 Seasonal, not annual precipitation drives community productivity across ecosystemsOikos.  122:727-738. 2013
2013 Recovery from disturbance requires resynchronization of ecosystem nutrient cycles.Ecological Applications.  23:621-642. 2013
2013 Climate change at the ecosystem scale: a 50-year record in New HampshireClimatic Change.  116:457-477. 2013
2012 Long-Term Integrated Studies Show Complex and Surprising Effects of Climate Change in the Northern Hardwood ForestBioScience.  62:1056-1066. 2012
2012 Assessing the Suitability of Rotary Coring for Sampling in Rocky SoilsSoil Science Society of America Journal.  76:1707-1718. 2012
2012 A comparison of presettlement and modern forest composition along an elevation gradient in central New HampshireCanadian Journal of Forest Research.  42:190-202. 2012
2012 Local-Scale Carbon Budgets and Mitigation Opportunities for the Northeastern United StatesBioScience.  62:23-38. 2012
2012 The Quantitative Soil Pit Method for Measuring Belowground Carbon and Nitrogen StocksSoil Science Society of America Journal.  76:2241-2255. 2012
2011 Allometric equations for young northern hardwoods: the importance of age-specific equations for estimating aboveground biomassCanadian Journal of Forest Research.  41:881-891. 2011
2011 Assessing growing season beginning and end dates and their relation to climate in Taiwan using satellite dataInternational Joural of Remote Sensing Remote Sensing Reviews.  32:5035-5058. 2011
2011 Typhoon Disturbance and Forest Dynamics: Lessons from a Northwest Pacific Subtropical ForestEcosystems.  14:127-143. 2011
2010 Meta-analysis of fertilization experiments indicates multiple limiting nutrients in northeastern deciduous forestsCanadian Journal of Forest Research.  40:1766-1780. 2010
2010 Modeled Nitrogen Loading to Narragansett Bay: 1850 to 2015Estuaries Chesapeake Science Estuaries and Coasts.  33:1113-1127. 2010
2010 Rapid, non-destructive carbon analysis of forest soils using neutron-induced gamma-ray spectroscopyForest Ecology and Management.  260:1132-1137. 2010
2010 Spatial variability of long-term chemical weathering rates in the White Mountains, New Hampshire, USAGeoderma.  154:294-301. 2010
2009 Ice storm effects on the canopy structure of a northern hardwood forest after 8 yearsCanadian Journal of Forest Research.  39:1475-1483. 2009
2008 Remote sensing assessment of forest damage in relation to the 1996 strong typhoon Herb at Lienhuachi Experimental Forest, TaiwanForest Ecology and Management.  255:3297-3306. 2008
2007 Terrestrial gastropod responses to ecosystem-level calcium manipulation a northern hardwood forestCanadian Journal of Zoology.  85:994-1007. 2007
2007 Validation and refinement of allometric equations for roots of northern hardwoodsCanadian Journal of Forest Research.  37:1777-1783. 2007
2007 Estimating root biomass in rocky soils using pits, cores, and allometric equationsSoil Science Society of America Journal.  71:206-213. 2007
2006 Green leaf phenology at Landsat resolution: Scaling from the field to the satelliteRemote Sensing of Environment.  100:265-279. 2006
Carbon fluxes and interannual drivers in a temperate forest ecosystem assessed through comparison of top-down and bottom up approaches.Agricultural and Forest Entomology

Chapter

Year Title
2008 Nitrogen inputs to Narragansett Bay: An historical perspective.  177-+. 2008

Teaching Activities

  • Biogeography Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

  • B.S. Environmental Science, Brown University
  • Ph.D. Environmental Science, University of New Hampshire
  • Full Name

  • Matthew Vadeboncoeur
  • Mailing Address

  • Morse Hall 475

    8 College Road

    Durham

    NH

    03824