Browsing by Author McMurtrie, RE

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1-Jun-2014The peaked response of transpiration rate to vapour pressure deficit in field conditions can be explained by the temperature optimum of photosynthesisDuursma, RA; Barton, CVM; Lin, YS; Medlyn, BE; Eamus, D; Tissue, DT; Ellsworth, DS; McMurtrie, RE
Jan-2012Effects of elevated atmospheric [CO2] on instantaneous transpiration efficiency at leaf and canopy scales in Eucalyptus salignaBarton, C; Duursma, RA; Medlyn, BE; Ellsworth, DS; Eamus, D; Tissue, D; Adams, MA; Conroy, JP; Crous, KY; Liberloo, M; Low, M; Linder, S; McMurtrie, RE
1-Sep-2011Rooting depth explains [CO <inf>2</inf>]× drought interaction in Eucalyptus salignaDuursma, RA; Barton, CVM; Eamus, D; Medlyn, BE; Ellsworth, DS; Forster, MA; Tissue, DT; Linder, S; McMurtrie, RE
Jan-2011Effects of elevated atmospheric (CO2) on instantaneous transpiration efficiency at leaf and canopy scales in Eucalyptus salignaBarton, C; Duursma, R; Medlyn, BE; Ellsworth, DS; Eamus, D; Tissue, D; Adams, MA; Conroy, JP; Crous, K; Liberloo, M; Low, M; Linder, S; McMurtrie, RE
1-Jul-2010Whole-tree chambers for elevated atmospheric CO<inf>2</inf> experimentation and tree scale flux measurements in south-eastern Australia: The Hawkesbury Forest ExperimentBarton, CVM; Ellsworth, DS; Medlyn, BE; Duursma, RA; Tissue, DT; Adams, MA; Eamus, D; Conroy, JP; McMurtrie, RE; Parsby, J; Linder, S
15-Aug-2008Mechanisms linking plant productivity and water status for a temperate Eucalyptus forest flux site: Analysis over wet and dry years with a simple modelPepper, DA; McMurtrie, RE; Medlyn, BE; Keith, H; Eamus, D