Academic Article

Year Title
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. 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


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
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