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Creighton M. Litton
Creighton M. Litton
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa
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Carbon allocation in forest ecosystems
CM Litton, JW Raich, MG Ryan
Global Change Biology 13 (10), 2089-2109, 2007
11592007
Warming-related increases in soil CO2 efflux are explained by increased below-ground carbon flux
CP Giardina, CM Litton, SE Crow, GP Asner
Nature Climate Change 4 (9), 822-827, 2014
2252014
Allometric models for predicting aboveground biomass in two widespread woody plants in Hawaii
CM Litton, J Boone Kauffman
Biotropica 40 (3), 313-320, 2008
2212008
Belowground and aboveground biomass in young postfire lodgepole pine forests of contrasting tree density
CM Litton, MG Ryan, DB Tinker, DH Knight
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33 (2), 351-363, 2003
2032003
Landscape patterns of sapling density, leaf area, and aboveground net primary production in postfire lodgepole pine forests, Yellowstone National Park (USA)
MG Turner, DB Tinker, WH Romme, DM Kashian, CM Litton
Ecosystems 7, 751-775, 2004
1952004
ForestGEO: Understanding forest diversity and dynamics through a global observatory network
SJ Davies, I Abiem, KA Salim, S Aguilar, D Allen, A Alonso, ...
Biological Conservation 253, 108907, 2021
1672021
Effects of tree density and stand age on carbon allocation patterns in postfire lodgepole pine
CM Litton, MG Ryan, DH Knight
Ecological Applications 14 (2), 460-475, 2004
1642004
Below‐ground carbon flux and partitioning: Global patterns and response to temperature
CM Litton, CP Giardina
Functional Ecology 22 (6), 941-954, 2008
1552008
Effects of non-native grass invasion on aboveground carbon pools and tree population structure in a tropical dry forest of Hawaii
CM Litton, DR Sandquist, S Cordell
Forest ecology and management 231 (1-3), 105-113, 2006
1332006
Soil‐surface carbon dioxide efflux and microbial biomass in relation to tree density 13 years after a stand replacing fire in a lodgepole pine ecosystem
CM Litton, MG Ryan, DH Knight, PD Stahl
Global Change Biology 9 (5), 680-696, 2003
1302003
Vegetation Recovery 16 Years after Feral Pig Removal from a Wet H awaiian Forest
RJ Cole, CM Litton, MJ Koontz, RK Loh
Biotropica 44 (4), 463-471, 2012
1182012
Minimizing bias in biomass allometry: Model selection and log‐transformation of data
J Mascaro, CM Litton, RF Hughes, A Uowolo, SA Schnitzer
Biotropica 43 (6), 649-653, 2011
1152011
The contemporary scale and context of wildfire in Hawai ‘i1
C Trauernicht, E Pickett, CP Giardina, CM Litton, S Cordell, A Beavers
Pacific Science 69 (4), 427-444, 2015
922015
Comparison of modeling approaches for carbon partitioning: impact on estimates of global net primary production and equilibrium biomass of woody vegetation from MODIS GPP
T Ise, CM Litton, CP Giardina, A Ito
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 115 (G4), 2010
902010
The impacts of degradation, deforestation and restoration on mangrove ecosystem carbon stocks across Cambodia
S Sharma, RA MacKenzie, T Tieng, K Soben, N Tulyasuwan, A Resanond, ...
Science of the Total Environment 706, 135416, 2020
842020
Restoration of native plant communities in a Hawaiian dry lowland ecosystem dominated by the invasive grass Megathyrsus maximus
SA Ammondt, CM Litton, LM Ellsworth, JK Leary
Applied Vegetation Science 16 (1), 29-39, 2013
842013
Is logarithmic transformation necessary in allometry? Ten, one-hundred, one-thousand-times yes
J Mascaro, CM Litton, RF Hughes, A Uowolo, SA Schnitzer
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111 (1), 230-233, 2014
832014
Vegetation response to removal of non-native feral pigs from Hawaiian tropical montane wet forest
RJ Cole, CM Litton
Biological Invasions 16, 125-140, 2014
812014
Biology and impacts of Pacific Island invasive species. 9. Capra hircus, the feral goat (Mammalia: Bovidae) 1
MW Chynoweth, CM Litton, CA Lepczyk, SC Hess, S Cordell
Pacific Science 67 (2), 141-156, 2013
812013
Competition between Native Hawaiian Plants and the Invasive Grass Megathyrsus maximus: Implications of Functional Diversity for Ecological Restoration
SA Ammondt, CM Litton
Restoration Ecology 20 (5), 638-646, 2012
802012
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