33. Qubain, C., Yano, Y., and J. Hu. 2021. Nitrogen acquisition strategies of Douglas fir: A case study in the northern Rocky Mountains. Ecosphere 121: e03338,

32. Clute, T., Martin, J., Looker, N., and Hu, J.  2020. Hydraulic traits of co-existing conifers do not correlate with local hydroclimate condition: a case study in the northern Rocky Mountains, U.S.A. Oecologia.

31. McQueen S.G., Riveros-Iregui D.A., Hu J. 2020. The Carbon Balance of Tropical Islands: Lessons from Soil Respiration. In: Walsh S.J., Riveros-Iregui D., Arce-Nazario J., Page P.H. (eds) Land Cover and Land Use Change on Islands. Social and Ecological Interactions in the Galapagos Islands. Springer, Cham.

30. Hu J., Qubain C., Riveros-Iregui D. 2020. How Do Non-Native Plants Influence Soil Nutrients Along a Hydroclimate Gradient on San Cristobal Island?. In: Walsh S.J., Riveros-Iregui D., Arce-Nazario J., Page P.H. (eds) Land Cover and Land Use Change on Islands. Social and Ecological Interactions in the Galapagos Islands. Springer, Cham.

29. Szejner P.*, Clute, T., Anderson, E., Evans, M., and J. Hu. Reduction in lumen area increases the amount of exchange from source water during cellulose synthesis. Accepted, New Phytologist

28. Laufenberg, D., Thoma, D., Hansen, D., and Hu, J. 2020. Biophysical Gradients and Performance of Whitebark Pine Plantings in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Forests 11: 119. doi:10.3390/f11010119

27. Hoylman, Z.H., Jencso, K.J., Hu, J., Holden, Z.A., Allred, B., Dobrowski, S., Robinson, N., Martin, J.T.  Affleck, D., Seielstad, C. 2019. The topographic signature of ecosystem climate sensitivities in the western U.S. Geophysical Research Letters 46, 14508-14,520.

26. Dwivedi, R., Eastoe, C., Knowles, J.F., Wright, W.E., Hamann, L., Minor, R., Mitra, B., Meixner, T., McIntosh, J., Ty Ferre, P.A., Castro, C., Niu, G.Y., Barron-Gafford, G.A., Abramson, N., Papuga, S.A., Stanley, M., Hu, J., Chorover, J. 2019. Vegetation source water identification using isotopic and hydrometric observations from a subhumid mountain Catchment. Ecohydrology, e2167.

25. Yano, Y., Qubain, C.*, Holyman, Z., Jencso, K., and J. Hu. 2019. Climate and topographic controls on seasonal and spatial nitrogen availability in a snow-dominated western US forest. Ecosphere 10 (7): e02794. 10.1002/ecs2.2794

24. Hoylman, Z.*, Jencso, K.G., Hu, J., Holden, Z.H., and Martin, J.* Hydrology across the critical zone: Topography and climate controls on spatial and temporal organization of vapor pressure deficits, soil moisture and shallow subsurface flow. Water Resource Research 5.

23. Barnard, D. M., Knowles, J.F., Barnard, H.R., Goulden, M.L., Hu, J., Litvak, M.E., and Molotch, N.P. 2018. Reevaluating growing season length controls on net ecosystem production. Accepted, Nature-Scientific Reports.

22. Martin, J.T.*, Looker, N.*, Hoylman, Z.*, Jencso, K., and Hu, J. 2018. Differential use of winter precipitation by upper and lower elevation Douglas fir in the Northern Rockies. Global Change Biology 24: 5607-5621.

21. Schmitt, S.R.*, Riveros-Iregui, D. and Hu. J. 2018. Using stable isotopes to assess the roll of fog, orography and seasonality on precipitation in a semi-arid, tropical island. Hydrologic Processes: 1-14.

20. Looker, N.T.*, Martin, J.T.*, Hoylman, Z.*, Jencso, K., and Hu, J. 2018. Dynamics of conifer water relations along topoclimatic gradients in a subalpine catchment. Ecohydrology: e1994.

19. Riveros-Iregui, D., Lorenzo, T.M., Liang, L.L., and Hu, J. 2018. Summer Dry-Down Modulates the Isotopic Composition of Soil CO2 Production in Snow-Dominated Landscapes. PLoS ONE 3(5): e0197471.

18. Hoylman, Z.*, Jencso, K., Hu, J., Martin, J.*, Holden, Z., Seielstad, E., and Rowell, E. 2018. Landscape topography mediates conifer forest sensitivity to climate. 2018. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 123, 353–371.

17. Martin, J.T.*, Looker, N.T.*, Hoylman, Z.*, Jencso, K., and Hu, J. 2017. Hydrometeorology organizes intra-annual patterns of tree growth across time, space, and species in a montane watershed. New Phytologist 215:1387-1398.

16. Looker, N.T*., Martin, J.T*., Jencso, K.G., and J. Hu. 2016. Contribution of sapwood traits to uncertainty in conifer sap flow as estimated with the heat ratio method. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 223: 60-71.

15. Hu, J., and D.A. Riveros-Iregui. 2016. Life in the Clouds: Are tropical montane cloud forests responding to changes in climate? Oecologia 180:1061-1073.

14. Burns, S. P., P. D. Blanken, A. A. Turnipseed, J. Hu, and R. K. Monson, 2015. The influence of warm-season precipitation on the diel cycle of the surface energy balance and carbon dioxide at a Colorado subalpine forest site. Biogeosciences, 12, 7349-7377.

13. Berkelhammer, M., Hu, J., Baily, A., Noone, D.C., Still, C., Barnard, H., Gochis, D., Hsiao, G.S., Rahn, T., and Turnipseed, A. 2013. The nocturnal water cycle in an open-canopy forest, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres 118: 10225-10242.

12. Simonin, K.A., Roddy, A.B., Link, P., Apodaca, R., Tu, K.P., Hu, J., Dawson, T.E., and M.M. Barbour. 2013.The isotopic composition of transpiration and rates of change in leaf water isotopologue storage in response to environmental variables. Plant Cell and Environment 36: 2190-2206.

11. Hu, J., Hopping, K.A., Bump, J.K., Kang, S., and J.A. Klein. 2013. Climate change and water use partitioning by different plant functional groups in a grassland on the Tibetan Plateau. PLoS ONE 8(9): e75503.

10. Riveros-Iregui, D. A., Hu, J., Burns, S.P., Bowling, D.R., and R.K. Monson. 2011. An inter-annual assessment of the relationship between the stable carbon isotopic composition of ecosystem respiration and climate in a high elevation subalpine forest. Journal of Geophysical Research 116: G02005.

9. Burns, S.P.B., Sun, J., Lenschow, D.H., Oncley, S.P., Stephens, B.B., Yi, C., Anderson, D.E., Hu, J., and R.K. Monson. 2011. Atmospheric stability effects on wind fields and scalar mixing within and just above a subalpine forest in sloping terrain. Boundary-Layer Meteorology 138: 231-262.

8. Hu, J., Moore, D.J.P, Riveros-Iregui, D., and R.K. Monson. 2010. Modeling whole tree carbon assimilation rate using observed transpiration rates and needle sugar carbon isotope ratios. New Phytologist 185: 1000-1015.

7. Sun, J., Oncley, S., Stephens, B., Watt, A., Burns, S., Campos, T., Aulenbach, S., Lenschow, D.H., Tschudi, M., Monson, R.K., Hu, J., Schimel, D., Sacks, W.J., de Wekker, S., Lai, C., Lamb, B., Ojima, D., Ellsworth, P.Z., Sternberg, L.S.L., Zhong, S., Clements, C., and D. Anderson. 2010. A Multi-scale Investigation of Ecosphere-Atmosphere CO2 Exchange over Mountains. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 91: 209-230.

6. Hu, J., Moore, D.J.P., and R.K. Monson. 2010. Weather and climate controls over seasonal carbon isotope dynamics of subalpine trees. Plant Cell and Environment 33: 35-47.

5. Monson, R.K., Prater, M.R., Hu, J., Burns, S., Sparks, J.P., Sparks, K.L., and L.E. Scott-Denton. 2010. Tree species effects on ecosystem water-use efficiency in a high-elevation, subalpine forest. Oecologia 162: 491-504.

4. Hu, J., Moore, D.J.P., Burns, S. and Monson R.K. 2010. Longer growing seasons lead to less carbon sequestration in a subalpine forest. Global Change Biology 16: 771-783.

3. Turnipseed, A.A., Burns, S.P., Moore, D.J.P., Hu, J., Guenther, A.B., and Monson, R.K. 2009. Controls over ozone deposition to a high elevation subalpine forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149: 1447-1459.

2. Moore, D.J.P., Hu, J., Sacks, W.J., Schimel, D.S., and R.K. Monson. 2008. Estimating transpiration and the sensitivity of carbon uptake to water availability in a subalpine forest using a simple ecosystem process model informed by measured net CO2 and H2O fluxes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148: 1467-1477.

1. Monson, R., K., Sparks, J.P., Rosenstiel, T.N., Scott-Denton, A.E., Huxman, T.E., Harley, P.C., Turnipseed, A.A., Burns, S.P., Buckland, B., and J. Hu. 2005. Climatic influences on net ecosystem CO2 exchange during the transition from wintertime carbon source to springtime carbon sink in a high-elevation, subalpine forest. Oecologia 146: 130-147.