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Heather Kropp
Heather Kropp
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, Hamilton College
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Reviews and syntheses: Changing ecosystem influences on soil thermal regimes in northern high-latitude permafrost regions
MM Loranty, BW Abbott, D Blok, TA Douglas, HE Epstein, BC Forbes, ...
Biogeosciences 15 (17), 5287-5313, 2018
1852018
Global transpiration data from sap flow measurements: the SAPFLUXNET database
R Poyatos, V Granda, V Flo, MA Adams, B Adorján, D Aguadé, MPM Aidar, ...
Earth System Science Data Discussions 2020, 1-57, 2020
932020
Shallow soils are warmer under trees and tall shrubs across Arctic and Boreal ecosystems
H Kropp, MM Loranty, SM Natali, AL Kholodov, AV Rocha, I Myers-Smith, ...
Environmental research letters 16 (1), 015001, 2020
662020
Vegetation indices do not capture forest cover variation in upland Siberian larch forests
MM Loranty, SP Davydov, H Kropp, HD Alexander, MC Mack, SM Natali, ...
Remote sensing 10 (11), 1686, 2018
612018
Temporal shifts in iso/anisohydry revealed from daily observations of plant water potential in a dominant desert shrub
JS Guo, KR Hultine, GW Koch, H Kropp, K Ogle
New Phytologist 225 (2), 713-726, 2020
592020
Evaluating post-fire vegetation recovery in Cajander Larch Forests in Northeastern Siberia using UAV derived vegetation indices
AC Talucci, E Forbath, H Kropp, HD Alexander, J DeMarco, AK Paulson, ...
Remote Sensing 12 (18), 2970, 2020
322020
Environmental constraints on transpiration and stomatal conductance in a Siberian Arctic boreal forest
H Kropp, M Loranty, HD Alexander, LT Berner, SM Natali, SA Spawn
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (3), 487-497, 2017
322017
Understory vegetation mediates permafrost active layer dynamics and carbon dioxide fluxes in open-canopy larch forests of northeastern Siberia
MM Loranty, LT Berner, ED Taber, H Kropp, SM Natali, HD Alexander, ...
Plos one 13 (3), e0194014, 2018
272018
Vegetation type is an important predictor of the arctic summer land surface energy budget
J Oehri, G Schaepman-Strub, JS Kim, R Grysko, H Kropp, I Grünberg, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 6379, 2022
172022
The diversity of experimental organisms in biomedical research may be influenced by biomedical funding
BR Erick Peirson, H Kropp, J Damerow, MD Laubichler
BioEssays 39 (5), 1600258, 2017
172017
Simulation of longwave enhancement in boreal and montane forests
M Todt, N Rutter, CG Fletcher, LM Wake, PA Bartlett, T Jonas, H Kropp, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 123 (24), 13,731-13,747, 2018
152018
Seasonal stomatal behavior of a common desert shrub and the influence of plant neighbors
H Kropp, K Ogle
Oecologia 177, 345-355, 2015
152015
Tree density influences ecohydrological drivers of plant–water relations in a larch boreal forest in Siberia
H Kropp, MM Loranty, SM Natali, AL Kholodov, HD Alexander, NS Zimov, ...
Ecohydrology 12 (7), e2132, 2019
142019
Should we be concerned about multiple comparisons in hierarchical Bayesian models?
K Ogle, D Peltier, M Fell, J Guo, H Kropp, J Barber
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (4), 553-564, 2019
142019
Modeling soil CO2 production and transport with dynamic source and diffusion terms: testing the steady-state assumption using DETECT v1.0
EM Ryan, K Ogle, H Kropp, KE Samuels-Crow, Y Carrillo, E Pendall
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (5), 1909-1928, 2018
132018
Shrubs Compensate for Tree Leaf Area Variation and Influence Vegetation Indices in Post‐Fire Siberian Larch Forests
NS Bendavid, HD Alexander, SP Davydov, H Kropp, MC Mack, SM Natali, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 128 (3), e2022JG007107, 2023
62023
The sensitivity of evapotranspiration to inter-specific plant neighbor interactions: Implications for models
H Kropp, K Ogle, ER Vivoni, KR Hultine
Ecosystems 20, 1311-1323, 2017
62017
Siberian ecosystems as drivers of cryospheric climate feedbacks in the terrestrial Arctic
MM Loranty, HD Alexander, H Kropp, AC Talucci, EE Webb
Frontiers in Climate 3, 730943, 2021
52021
Vegetation indices do not capture forest cover variation in upland Siberian larch forests. Remote Sens 10: 1686
MM Loranty, SP Davydov, H Kropp, HD Alexander, MC Mack, SM Natali, ...
52018
Are vegetation influences on Arctic–boreal snow melt rates detectable across the Northern Hemisphere?
H Kropp, MM Loranty, N Rutter, CG Fletcher, C Derksen, L Mudryk, M Todt
Environmental Research Letters 17 (10), 104010, 2022
32022
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