Interest Areas: Environmental stress effects on woody plant physiology, including water and pollutant stresses; physiological responses to silvicultural treatments; carbon sequestration.
Eisenbies, M. H., E. D. Vance, W.M. Aust, and J.R. Seiler. 2009. Intensive utilization of harvest residues for bioenergy in southern pine plantations: quantities available and implications for nutrient budgets and sustainable site productivity. BioEnergy Research 2:90-98.
Tyree, M. C. *, J. R. Seiler, C. A. Maier, and K. H. Johnsen. 2009. Pinus taeda clones and soil nutrient availability: effects of soil organic matter incorporation and fertilization on biomass partitioning and leaf physiology. Tree Physiology 29:1117-1131.
Tyree, M. C. *, J. R. Seiler, and C. A. Maier. 2009. Short-term effects of nutrient manipulations on leaf gas exchange and biomass partitioning in contrasting 2-year-old Pinus taeda clones during seedling establishment. Forest Ecology and Management 257: 1847-1858.
Tyree, M. C.*, J. R. Seiler, and T. R. Fox. 2008. The effects of fertilization on soil respiration in two-year-old Pinus taeda L. clones. For. Science 54:21-30.
Selig, M. F.*, J. R. Seiler and M. C. Tyree. 2008. Soil carbon and CO2 efflux as influenced by the thinning of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) plantations on the piedmont of Virginia. For. Science 54:58-66.
Kane, B., M. W. Pavlis**, J. R. Seiler and J. R. Harris. 2008. The effects of pruning on drag and bending moment of shade trees. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 34:207-215.
Kane, B., M.W. Pavlis**, J.R. Harris and Seiler, J.R. 2008. Crown reconfiguration and trunk stress in deciduous trees. Can. J. For. Res. 38:1275-1289.
Sampson, D. A., R. H. Wynne, and J. R. Seiler. 2008. Edaphic and climatic effects on forest stand development, NPP, and NEP simulated for Coastal Plain loblolly pine in Virginia. Journal of Biophysical Research (Biogeosciences). 113: G01003, doi:10.1029/2006JG000270.
King, N. T.*, J. R. Seiler, T. R. Fox, and K. H. Johnsen. 2008. Post-fertilization loblolly pine clone physiology and growth performance. Tree Physiology. 28:703-711.