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Richard Kobe
Richard Kobe
Professor of Forest Ecology, Michigan State University
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Forest models defined by field measurements: estimation, error analysis and dynamics
SW Pacala, CD Canham, J Saponara, JA Silander Jr, RK Kobe, ...
Ecological monographs 66 (1), 1-43, 1996
14091996
Juvenile tree survivorship as a component of shade tolerance
RK Kobe, SW Pacala, JA Silander Jr, CD Canham
Ecological applications 5 (2), 517-532, 1995
9661995
Sapling growth as a function of resources in a north temperate forest
SW Pacala, CD Canham, JA Silander Jr, RK Kobe
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24 (11), 2172-2183, 1994
4781994
Resorption efficiency decreases with increasing green leaf nutrients in a global data set
RK Kobe, CA Lepczyk, M Iyer
Ecology 86 (10), 2780-2792, 2005
4712005
Light gradient partitioning among tropical tree species through differential seedling mortality and growth
RK Kobe
Ecology 80 (1), 187-201, 1999
4141999
Models of sapling mortality as a function of growth to characterize interspecific variation in shade tolerance of eight tree species of northwestern British Columbia
RK Kobe, KD Coates
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27 (2), 227-236, 1997
4001997
Carbohydrate allocation to storage as a basis of interspecific variation in sapling survivorship and growth
RK Kobe
Oikos, 226-233, 1997
3751997
Interspecific and intraspecific variation in tree seedling survival: effects of allocation to roots versus carbohydrate reserves
CD Canham, RK Kobe, EF Latty, RL Chazdon
Oecologia 121, 1-11, 1999
3691999
Intraspecific variation in sapling mortality and growth predicts geographic variation in forest composition
RK Kobe
Ecological Monographs 66 (2), 181-201, 1996
2251996
Optimal partitioning theory revisited: nonstructural carbohydrates dominate root mass responses to nitrogen
RK Kobe, M Iyer, MB Walters
Ecology 91 (1), 166-179, 2010
1972010
Tropical tree growth is correlated with soil phosphorus, potassium, and calcium, though not for legumes
TW Baribault, RK Kobe, AO Finley
Ecological Monographs 82 (2), 189-203, 2012
1962012
Sapling size influences shade tolerance ranking among southern boreal tree species
DD Kneeshaw, RK Kobe, KD Coates, C Messier
Journal of ecology, 471-480, 2006
1612006
Conspecific density dependence in seedlings varies with species shade tolerance in a wet tropical forest
RK Kobe, CF Vriesendorp
Ecology letters 14 (5), 503-510, 2011
1582011
Interspecific variation in sapling mortality in relation to growth and soil moisture
JP Caspersen, RK Kobe
Oikos 92 (1), 160-168, 2001
1402001
A general integrative framework for modelling woody biomass production and carbon sequestration rates in forests
DA Coomes, RJ Holdaway, RK Kobe, ER Lines, RB Allen
Journal of Ecology 100 (1), 42-64, 2012
1372012
Tree seedling growth and mortality responses to manipulations of calcium and aluminum in a northern hardwood forest
RK Kobe, GE Likens, C Eagar
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32 (6), 954-966, 2002
1312002
Soil water content and emergence time control seedling establishment in three co-occurring Mediterranean oak species
IR Urbieta, IM Perez-Ramos, MA Zavala, T Maranon, RK Kobe
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38 (9), 2382-2393, 2008
1302008
Tolerance of soil pathogens co‐varies with shade tolerance across species of tropical tree seedlings
S McCarthy-Neumann, RK Kobe
Ecology 89 (7), 1883-1892, 2008
1252008
Divergence from the growth–survival trade‐off and extreme high growth rates drive patterns of exotic tree invasions in closed‐canopy forests
PH Martin, CD Canham, RK Kobe
Journal of Ecology 98 (4), 778-789, 2010
1082010
Drought and shade deplete nonstructural carbohydrate reserves in seedlings of five temperate tree species
AJ Maguire, RK Kobe
Ecology and evolution 5 (23), 5711-5721, 2015
1042015
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