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Dr. Robert Teskey

Professor Emeritus, Physiology, Forest Ecology
Education:
  • Ph.D. University of Washington
  • M.S. University of Missouri
  • B.S. University of Illinois
Selected Publications:

McGuire, M and Teskey, R. 2004. Estimating stem respiration in trees using a mass balance approach that accounts for internal and external fluxes of CO2. Tree Physiology 24:571-578.

Ford, C; McGuire, M; Mitchell, R; and Teskey, R. 2004. Assessing variation in the radial profile of sap flux density in Pinus species and its effect on daily water use. Tree Physiology 24:241-249.

Barron-Gafford, G; Will, R; Burkes, E; Shiver, B; and Teskey, R. 2003. Nutrient concentrations and their relation to stem growth of intensively managed Pinus taeda and Pinus elliotii stands of different planting intensities. Forest Science 49:291-300.

Burkes, E; Will, R; Barron-Gafford, G; Shiver, B; and Teskey, R. 2003. Biomass partitioning and growth efficiency of intensively managed Pinus taeda and Pinus elliotii stands of different planting intensities. Forest Science 49:224-234.

Teskey, R and McGuire, M. 2002. Carbon dioxide transport in xylem causes overestimation of rates of respiration in trees. Plant Cell and Environment25:1571-1577.

Grants

"High Density Southern Pine Feedstock Production and Carbon Sequestration", USDA AFRI, 01/01/2011-12/31/2015 $887,379.00

"Integrating research, education, and extension for enhancing southern pine climate change mitigation and adaption", USDA NIFA, 01/01/2011-12/31/2015 $1,340,000

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