Daniel Markewitz
Daniel Markewitz
Professor of Forest Soils, The University of Georgia
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Rapid accumulation and turnover of soil carbon in a re-establishing forest
DD Richter, D Markewitz, SE Trumbore, CG Wells
Nature 400 (6739), 56-58, 1999
The effects of partial throughfall exclusion on canopy processes, aboveground production, and biogeochemistry of an Amazon forest
DC Nepstad, P Moutinho, MB Dias‐Filho, E Davidson, G Cardinot, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 107 (D20), LBA 53-1-LBA 53-18, 2002
Understanding soil change: soil sustainability over millennia, centuries, and decades
DB Richter, D Markewitz
Cambridge University Press, 2001
How deep is soil?
DD Richter, D Markewitz
BioScience 45 (9), 600-609, 1995
The age of fine-root carbon in three forests of the eastern United States measured by radiocarbon
J Gaudinski, S Trumbore, E Davidson, A Cook, D Markewitz, D Richter
Oecologia 129, 420-429, 2001
Soil chemical change during three decades in an old‐field loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) ecosystem
DD Richter, D Markewitz, CG Wells, HL Allen, R April, PR Heine, B Urrego
Ecology 75 (5), 1463-1473, 1994
Soil moisture depletion under simulated drought in the Amazon: impacts on deep root uptake
D Markewitz, S Devine, EA Davidson, P Brando, DC Nepstad
New Phytologist 187 (3), 592-607, 2010
Nutrient loss and redistribution after forest clearing on a highly weathered soil in Amazonia
D Markewitz, E Davidson, P Moutinho, D Nepstad
Ecological Applications 14 (sp4), 177-199, 2004
Legacies of agriculture and forest regrowth in the nitrogen of old-field soils
DD Richter, D Markewitz, PR Heine, V Jin, J Raikes, K Tian, CG Wells
Forest Ecology and Management 138 (1-3), 233-248, 2000
Soil aggregates and associated organic matter under conventional tillage, no-tillage, and forest succession after three decades
S Devine, D Markewitz, P Hendrix, D Coleman
PloS one 9 (1), e84988, 2014
Control of cation concentrations in stream waters by surface soil processes in an Amazonian watershed
D Markewitz, EA Davidson, RO Figueiredo, RL Victoria, AV Krusche
Nature 410 (6830), 802-805, 2001
Bioavailability of slowly cycling soil phosphorus: major restructuring of soil P fractions over four decades in an aggrading forest
DD Richter, HL Allen, J Li, D Markewitz, J Raikes
Oecologia 150, 259-271, 2006
Three decades of observed soil acidification in the Calhoun Experimental Forest: has acid rain made a difference?
D Markewitz, DD Richter, HL Allen, JB Urrego
Soil Science Society of America Journal 62 (5), 1428-1439, 1998
Ecological research in the large‐scale biosphere–atmosphere experiment in Amazonia: early results
M Keller, A Alencar, GP Asner, B Braswell, M Bustamante, E Davidson, ...
Ecological Applications 14 (sp4), 3-16, 2004
Meeting global policy commitments: carbon sequestration and southern pine forests
KH Johnsen, D Wear, R Oren, RO Teskey, F Sanchez, R Will, J Butnor, ...
Journal of Forestry 99 (4), 14-21, 2001
Effect of complete competition control and annual fertilization on stem growth and canopy relations for a chronosequence of loblolly pine plantations in the lower coastal plain …
BE Borders, RE Will, D Markewitz, A Clark, R Hendrick, RO Teskey, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 192 (1), 21-37, 2004
Fossil fuel carbon emissions from silviculture: impacts on net carbon sequestration in forests
D Markewitz
Forest ecology and management 236 (2-3), 153-161, 2006
Carbon cycling in a loblolly pine forest: implications for the missing carbon sink and for the concept of soil
DD Richter, D Markewitz, JK Dunsomb, PR Heine, CG Wells, A Stuanes, ...
Carbon forms and functions in forest soils, 233-251, 1995
Soil change and carbon storage in longleaf pine stands planted on marginal agricultural lands
D Markewitz, F Sartori, C Craft
Ecological Applications 12 (5), 1276-1285, 2002
Additive tree biomass equations for midrotation loblolly pine plantations
D Zhao, M Kane, D Markewitz, R Teskey, M Clutter
Forest Science 61 (4), 613-623, 2015
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