Steven Brantley
Steven Brantley
Jones Center at Ichauway
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Application of hyperspectral vegetation indices to detect variations in high leaf area index temperate shrub thicket canopies
ST Brantley, JC Zinnert, DR Young
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (2), 514-523, 2011
982011
Future species composition will affect forest water use after loss of eastern hemlock from southern Appalachian forests
S Brantley, CR Ford, JM Vose
Ecological Applications 23 (4), 777-790, 2013
802013
Declining water yield from forested mountain watersheds in response to climate change and forest mesophication
PV Caldwell, CF Miniat, KJ Elliott, WT Swank, ST Brantley, SH Laseter
Global Change Biology 22 (9), 2997-3012, 2016
722016
Ecomorphodynamic feedbacks and barrier island response to disturbance: Insights from the Virginia Barrier Islands, Mid-Atlantic Bight, USA
CWV Wolner, LJ Moore, DR Young, ST Brantley, SN Bissett, RA McBride
Geomorphology 199, 115-128, 2013
692013
Leaf‐area index and light attenuation in rapidly expanding shrub thickets
ST Brantley, DR Young
Ecology 88 (2), 524-530, 2007
592007
Contribution of sunflecks is minimal in expanding shrub thickets compared to temperate forest
ST Brantley, DR Young
Ecology 90 (4), 1021-1029, 2009
452009
Shifts in litterfall and dominant nitrogen sources after expansion of shrub thickets
ST Brantley, DR Young
Oecologia 155 (2), 337-345, 2008
452008
Changes to southern Appalachian water yield and stormflow after loss of a foundation species
ST Brantley, CF Miniat, KJ Elliott, SH Laseter, JM Vose
Ecohydrology 8 (3), 518-528, 2015
432015
Barrier island morphology and sediment characteristics affect the recovery of dune building grasses following storm-induced overwash
ST Brantley, SN Bissett, DR Young, CWV Wolner, LJ Moore
PLoS One 9 (8), e104747, 2014
432014
Landscape position and habitat polygons in a dynamic coastal environment
DR Young, ST Brantley, JC Zinnert, JK Vick
Ecosphere 2 (6), 1-15, 2011
432011
Linking light attenuation, sunflecks, and canopy architecture in mesic shrub thickets
ST Brantley, DR Young
Plant Ecology 206 (2), 225-236, 2010
432010
Shrub expansion stimulates soil C and N storage along a coastal soil chronosequence
ST Brantley, DR Young
Global Change Biology 16 (7), 2052-2061, 2010
412010
Inferring the contribution of advection to total ecosystem scalar fluxes over a tall forest in complex terrain
K Novick, S Brantley, CF Miniat, J Walker, JM Vose
Agricultural and forest meteorology 185, 1-13, 2014
402014
Crossing scales: the complexity of barrier-island processes for predicting future change
JC Zinnert, JA Stallins, ST Brantley, DR Young
BioScience 67 (1), 39-52, 2017
362017
Elevated light levels reduce hemlock woolly adelgid infestation and improve carbon balance of infested eastern hemlock seedlings
ST Brantley, AE Mayfield III, RM Jetton, CF Miniat, DR Zietlow, CL Brown, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 385, 150-160, 2017
252017
Warmer temperatures reduce net carbon uptake, but do not affect water use, in a mature southern Appalachian forest
AC Oishi, CF Miniat, KA Novick, ST Brantley, JM Vose, JT Walker
Agricultural and forest meteorology 252, 269-282, 2018
232018
Water yield following forest–grass–forest transitions
KJ Elliott, PV Caldwell, ST Brantley, CF Miniat, JM Vose, WT Swank
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (2), 981-997, 2017
222017
Planning for an uncertain future: Restoration to mitigate water scarcity and sustain carbon sequestration
ST Brantley, JM Vose, DN Wear, L Band
In: Kirkman, L. Katherine; Jack, Steven B., eds. Ecological restoration and …, 2018
182018
Bistability and the future of barrier islands
JC Zinnert, ST Brantley, DR Young
Nature Climate Change 6 (1), 5-6, 2016
102016
Seed sourcing for longleaf pine ground cover restoration: using plant performance to assess seed transfer zones and home‐site advantage
LM Giencke, R Carol Denhof, L Katherine Kirkman, O Stribling Stuber, ...
Restoration Ecology 26 (6), 1127-1136, 2018
92018
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