Patrick Mitchell
Patrick Mitchell
Scientist, CSIRO Agriculture and Food
Verified email at csiro.au
TitleCited byYear
Global convergence in the vulnerability of forests to drought
B Choat, S Jansen, TJ Brodribb, H Cochard, S Delzon, R Bhaskar, ...
Nature 491 (7426), 752, 2012
12252012
Drought response strategies define the relative contributions of hydraulic dysfunction and carbohydrate depletion during tree mortality
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, DT Tissue, DA White, ML Ottenschlaeger, ...
New Phytologist 197 (3), 862-872, 2013
2652013
Weak tradeoff between xylem safety and xylem‐specific hydraulic efficiency across the world's woody plant species
SM Gleason, M Westoby, S Jansen, B Choat, UG Hacke, RB Pratt, ...
New Phytologist 209 (1), 123-136, 2016
2312016
A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality
HD Adams, MJB Zeppel, WRL Anderegg, H Hartmann, SM Landhäusser, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (9), 1285, 2017
2032017
Optimal stomatal behaviour around the world
YS Lin, BE Medlyn, RA Duursma, IC Prentice, H Wang, S Baig, D Eamus, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (5), 459, 2015
1552015
Partitioning of evapotranspiration in a semi-arid eucalypt woodland in south-western Australia
PJ Mitchell, E Veneklaas, H Lambers, SSO Burgess
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149 (1), 25-37, 2009
932009
Leaf water relations during summer water deficit: differential responses in turgor maintenance and variation in leaf structure among different plant communities in south …
PJ Mitchell, EJ Veneklaas, H Lambers, SSO Burgess
Plant, Cell & Environment 31 (12), 1791-1802, 2008
912008
Co-ordination of growth, gas exchange and hydraulics define the carbon safety margin in tree species with contrasting drought strategies
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, DT Tissue, D Worledge, EA Pinkard
Tree Physiology 34 (5), 443-458, 2014
722014
Using multiple trait associations to define hydraulic functional types in plant communities of south-western Australia
PJ Mitchell, EJ Veneklaas, H Lambers, SSO Burgess
Oecologia 158 (3), 385-397, 2008
672008
Exposure of trees to drought‐induced die‐off is defined by a common climatic threshold across different vegetation types
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, KR Hayes, EA Pinkard
Ecology and Evolution 4 (7), 1088-1101, 2014
602014
Biological responses to the press and pulse of climate trends and extreme events
RMB Harris, LJ Beaumont, TR Vance, CR Tozer, TA Remenyi, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (7), 579, 2018
472018
Responses of evapotranspiration at different topographic positions and catchment water balance following a pronounced drought in a mixed species eucalypt forest, Australia
PJ Mitchell, RG Benyon, PNJ Lane
Journal of Hydrology 440, 62-74, 2012
452012
Gas exchange recovery following natural drought is rapid unless limited by loss of leaf hydraulic conductance: evidence from an evergreen woodland
RP Skelton, TJ Brodribb, SAM McAdam, PJ Mitchell
New Phytologist 215 (4), 1399-1412, 2017
362017
An eco‐climatic framework for evaluating the resilience of vegetation to water deficit
PJ Mitchell, AP O'Grady, EA Pinkard, TJ Brodribb, SK Arndt, CJ Blackman, ...
Global change biology 22 (5), 1677-1689, 2016
362016
Transdisciplinary synthesis for ecosystem science, policy and management: The Australian experience
AJJ Lynch, R Thackway, A Specht, PJ Beggs, S Brisbane, EL Burns, ...
Science of the Total Environment 534, 173-184, 2015
362015
Thirsty roots and hungry leaves: unravelling the roles of carbon and water dynamics in tree mortality
T O'Grady, Mitchell, Pinkard
New Phytologist 200, 294-297, 2013
322013
Capturing within catchment variation in evapotranspiration from montane forests using LiDAR canopy profiles with measured and modelled fluxes of water
PJ Mitchell, PNJ Lane, RG Benyon
Ecohydrology 5 (6), 708-720, 2012
282012
Trends in evapotranspiration and streamflow following wildfire in resprouting eucalypt forests
RH Nolan, PNJ Lane, RG Benyon, RA Bradstock, PJ Mitchell
Journal of Hydrology 524, 614-624, 2015
252015
Changes in evapotranspiration following wildfire in resprouting eucalypt forests
RH Nolan, PNJ Lane, RG Benyon, RA Bradstock, PJ Mitchell
Ecohydrology 7 (5), 1363-1377, 2014
252014
An empirical method that separates irreversible stem radial growth from bark water content changes in trees: theory and case studies
M Mencuccini, Y Salmon, P Mitchell, T Hölttä, B Choat, P Meir, A O'grady, ...
Plant, cell & environment 40 (2), 290-303, 2017
232017
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