Michael A Forster
Michael A Forster
Adjunct Research Fellow, The University of Queensland
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How significant is nocturnal sap flow?
MA Forster
Tree physiology 34 (7), 757-765, 2014
642014
Rooting depth explains [CO2]  drought interaction in Eucalyptus saligna
RA Duursma, CVM Barton, D Eamus, BE Medlyn, DS Ellsworth, ...
Tree Physiology 31 (9), 922-931, 2011
572011
Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and drought on nocturnal water fluxes in Eucalyptus saligna
MJB Zeppel, JD Lewis, B Medlyn, CVM Barton, RA Duursma, D Eamus, ...
Tree physiology 31 (9), 932-944, 2011
412011
The adaptive value of functional and life-history traits across fertility treatments in an annual plant
SP Bonser, B Ladd, K Monro, MD Hall, MA Forster
Annals of Botany 106 (6), 979-988, 2010
272010
The adaptive value of functional and life-history traits across fertility treatments in an annual plant
SP Bonser, B Ladd, K Monro, MD Hall, MA Forster
Annals of Botany 106 (6), 979-988, 2010
272010
Heteroblastic development and the optimal partitioning of traits among contrasting environments in Acacia implexa
MA Forster, SP Bonser
Annals of botany 103 (1), 95-105, 2009
252009
A metacommunity‐scale comparison of species‐abundance distribution models for plant communities of eastern Australia
MA Forster, DI Warton
Ecography 30 (4), 449-458, 2007
202007
Performance measurement via sap flow monitoring of three Eucalyptus species for mine site and dryland salinity phytoremediation
AI Doronila, MA Forster
International journal of phytoremediation 17 (2), 101-108, 2015
182015
Optimal allocation of resources in response to shading and neighbours in the heteroblastic species, Acacia implexa
MA Forster, B Ladd, SP Bonser
Annals of Botany 107 (2), 219-228, 2011
152011
Self-organised instability and megafaunal extinctions in Australia
MA Forster
Oikos 103 (1), 235-239, 2003
142003
Depressed hydraulic redistribution of roots more by stem refilling than by nocturnal transpiration for Populus euphratica Oliv. in situ measurement
T Yu, Q Feng, J Si, PJ Mitchell, MA Forster, X Zhang, C Zhao
Ecology and evolution 8 (5), 2607-2616, 2018
132018
How reliable are heat pulse velocity methods for estimating tree transpiration?
MA Forster
Forests 8 (9), 350, 2017
132017
A vegetation‐focused soil‐plant‐atmospheric continuum model to study hydrodynamic soil‐plant water relations
Z Deng, H Guan, J Hutson, MA Forster, Y Wang, CT Simmons
Water Resources Research 53 (6), 4965-4983, 2017
122017
Heteroblastic Development and Shade‐avoidance in Response to Blue and Red Light Signals in Acacia implexa
MA Forster, SP Bonser
Photochemistry and photobiology 85 (6), 1375-1383, 2009
112009
How Reliable Are Heat Pulse Velocity Methods for Estimating Tree Transpiration?, Forests, 8, 350
MA Forster
52017
Quantifying water use in a plant–fungal interaction
MA Forster
fungal ecology 5 (6), 702-709, 2012
52012
Nighttime transpiration of Populus euphratica during different phenophases
C Zhao, J Si, Q Feng, T Yu, P Li, MA Forster
Journal of Forestry Research 30 (2), 435-444, 2019
32019
A low watering treatment alters biomass allocation and growth rate but not heteroblastic development in an Acacia species
MA Forster, RL Dalrymple, SP Bonser
Trees 30 (6), 2051-2059, 2016
22016
The dual method approach (DMA) resolves measurement range limitations of heat pulse velocity sap flow sensors
MA Forster
Forests 10 (1), 46, 2019
12019
The importance of conduction versus convection in heat pulse sap flow methods
MA Forster
Tree Physiology 40 (5), 683-694, 2020
2020
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