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10. Waller, Eric. 2014. Complexity in Climatic Controls on Plant Species Distribution: Satellite Data Reveal Unique Climate for Giant Sequoia in the California Sierra Nevada. Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, University of California, Berkeley.
9. Osuna, Jessica. Drought tolerance in Quercus douglasii in the California Mediterranean savanna: A study of photosynthetic functional responses, limitations and changes during annual seasonal drought. Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. Ph.D. May, 2011.
8. Youngryel Ryu. Near-surface remote sensing of canopy architecture and land-atmosphere interactions in an oak savanna ecosystem. Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, Ph.D. May, 2010
7. Runkle, Ben. Plant Water Use and Growth in Response to Soil Salinity in Irrigated Agriculture. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Dec, 2009.
6. Chen, Xingyuan. Study of Water Dynamics in the Soil-Plant-Atmospheric Continuum in a Water-Controlled Ecosystem.Civil and Environmental Engineering, May, 2009.
5. Miller, Gretchen Rose. Civil and Environmental Engineering. May, 2009. Dissertation co-Chair. Measuring and Modeling Interactions Between Groundwater, Soil Moisture, and Plant Transpiration in Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems. Civil and Environmental Engineering. June, 2009
4. Chen, Qi. Measuring vegetation structure and modeling ecological functions for a heterogeneous savanna ecosystem in California. University of California Berkeley. Dept of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. May.2007.
3. Fisher, Joshua. ‘I. The land-atmosphere water flux across plant, ecosystem, global and social scales; II. GIS and spatial analysis for environmental justice and wildlife’ University of California Berkeley. Dept of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. May.2006
2. Tang, Jianwu. Soil carbon measurement and modeling in forest and savanna ecosystems of the Sierra Nevada: temporal variation, spatial variation and management impacts. University of California Berkeley. Dept of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. May.2003.
1. Kiang, Nancy. Savannas and seasonal drought: The landscape-leaf connection through optimal stomatal control. University of California Berkeley. Dept of Environmental Science, Policy and Management. Dec. 2002
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