Clearcutting Upland Forest Alters Transpiration of Residual Trees in the Riparian Buffer Zone

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Boggs, J., Sun, G., Domec, J., McNulty, S., Treasure, E. 2015. Clearcutting Upland Forest Alters Transpiration of Residual Trees in the Riparian Buffer Zone. Hydrological Processes. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Best management practice, Evapotranspiration, Forests, Riparian buffer, Streams, Streamflow, Transpiration, Trees, Vegetation, Riparian, BMPs, Forestry

Using trees at North Carolina State University’s Hill Demonstration Forest, the authors aimed to evaluate the effects of clearcutting on various metrics of tree efficiency, including sap flux density, stomatal conductance, transpiration, and their respective relationships to stream discharge.

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