Publications

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. In Press, Ecosphere.

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. doi.org/10.1029/2018WR023302

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. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.13228

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. https://doi.org/10.1002/eco.1994

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.