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Submissions from 2017

How Will Climate Change Affect the Throughfall of Several Forest Areas in Iran?, Pedram Attarod, Q. Tang, John T. Van Stan, and X. Liu

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Tree-DOM: DOM Quality From the Headwaters of the Aquatic Carbon Cycle, Aron Stubbins, Sasha Wagner, Thorsten Dittmar, and John T. Van Stan

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Global Estimate of Lichen and Bryophytes to Forest Rainfall Interception, John T. Van Stan, Philipp Porada, and Axel Kleidon

Submissions from 2016

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Spatiotemporal Throughfall Patterns Beneath an Urban Tree Row, Philine Bogeholz, John T. Van Stan, Anke Hildebrandt, Jan Friesen, Michael Dibble, and Zachary Norman

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Phenological Impacts on Litter Interception in a Pinus elliottii Stand, Southeastern US, Michael Dibble, John T. Van Stan, Philine Bogeholz, Zachary Norman, and A.M.J. Coenders-Gerrits

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Bacterial Flux by Net Precipitation from the Phyllosphere to the Forest Floor, Preston Pound, John T. Van Stan, Leslie Dean Moore, and Thais Bittar

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Chronological Changes in Canopy Hydrometeorological Dynamics May Aid Invasion of a Globally Invasive Species (Ailanthus Altissima Mill. Tree of Heaven), John T. Van Stan, Seyed Mohammad Moein Sadeghi, Thomas G. Pypker, and Jan Friesen

Submissions from 2015

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Use of Multiple Correspondence Analysis (MCA) to Identify Interactive Meteorological Conditions Affecting Throughfall, Elliot S. Lewis, John T. Van Stan, and Trent E. Gay

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Current State and Challenges of Monitoring Tree Canopy Water Storage, John T. Van Stan

Hydrological and Biogeochemical Effects of Rainfall Partitioning by Forest Canopies, John T. Van Stan

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A Review and Evaluation of Forest Canopy Epiphyte Roles in the Partitioning and Chemical Alteration of Precipitation, John T. Van Stan and Thomas G. Pypker

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Throughfall-mediated Alterations to Soil Microbial Community Structure in a Forest Plot of Homogenous Soil Texture, Litter, and Plant Species Composition, John T. Van Stan, Carl L. Rosier, Leslie Dean Moore, Trent E. Gay, James S. Reichard, Tiehang Wu, and Jinjun Kan

Can Throughfall Connect Forest Canopy Architecture to Soil Microbial Community Structure & Function? Findings From an Epiphyte-laden Subtropical Forest, John T. Van Stan, Carl L. Rosier, Leslie Dean Moore, Tiehang Wu, and Jinjun Kan

Submissions from 2014

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Evolution of Forest Precipitation Water Storage Monitoring Methodologies, Jan Friesen, Jessica D. Lundquist, and John T. Van Stan

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Alterations to Throughfall Water and Solute Flux by Tillandsias usneoides L. (Spanish Moss) Cover in a Maritime Live Oak Forest, Trent E. Gay, John T. Van Stan, James S. Reichard, Leslie Dean Moore, and Elliot S. Lewis

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Using in Situ Bark Microrelief Observations to Explain Intra- and Interspecies Variability of Stemflow in a Temperate Beech-oak Forest, Elliot S. Lewis, John T. Van Stan, Jan Friesen, and Anke Hildebrandt

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Canopy Structural Alterations to Nitrogen Functions of the Soil Microbial Community in a Quercus Virginiana Forest, Leslie Dean Moore, John T. Van Stan, Carl L. Rosier, Trent E. Gay, and Tiehang Wu

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Seasonal Dynamics of Soil Microbial Community Structure in the Proximal Area of Tree Boles: Possible Influence of Stemflow, Carl L. Rosier, Delphis F. Levia, John T. Van Stan, and Jinjun Kan

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Estimating Canopy Water Storage Capacity by Cupressus Arizonica in Dryland Plantation, Seyed Mohammad Moein Sadeghi, Pedram Attarod, Thomas G. Pypker, David Dunkerley, and John T. Van Stan

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Measurement of Rainfall Partitioning in an Afforested Landscape: The Chitgar Forest Park, North of Iran, Seyed Mohammad Moein Sadeghi, Pedram Attarod, Thomas G. Pypker, David Dunkerley, and John T. Van Stan

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Identifying Patterns of Forest Hydrologic and Biogeochemical Fluxes Using Weather Map Classification in a Mid-atlantic Deciduous Forest, Courtney M. Siegert, Delphis F. Levia, Daniel Leathers, John T. Van Stan, and Myron J. Mitchell

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Forest Canopy Structural Controls Over Throughfall Affect Soil Microbial Community Structure in an Epiphyte-laden Maritime Oak Stand, John T. Van Stan, Carl L. Rosier, Joshua O.S. Schrom, Tiehang Wu, James S. Reichard, and Jinjun Kan

Submissions from 2013

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Evaluation of an Instrumental Method to Reduce Error in Canopy Water Storage Estimates via Mechanical Displacement, Jan Friesen, John T. Van Stan, Kael Martin, Matthew T. Jarvis, Jessica D. Lundquist, and Delphis F. Levia

Forest Ecohydrology: Past Research & Future Directions for Precipitation Partitioning on the Coast, John T. Van Stan

Urban Forest Design: An Example of Stem Education in Action, John T. Van Stan

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Differential Stemflow Generation Due to Crown Structural Interactions with Wind-driven Rainfall, John T. Van Stan, Courtney M. Siegert, Delphis F. Levia, and Carrie E. Scheick

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Comparison of Tillandsia Usneoides (Spanish Moss) Water and Leachate Dynamics Between Urban and Pristine Barrier Island Maritime Oak Forests, John T. Van Stan, Aron Stubbins, Thais Bittar, James S. Reichard, K. Wright, and R. B. Jenkins

Submissions from 2012

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Saltwater Intrusion in the Upper Floridan Aquifer on St. Catherines Island, Georgia, James S. Reichard, Brock R. Nelson, Brian K. Meyer, R. Kelly Vance, and John T. Van Stan

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Instrumental Method to Reduce Error in Canopy Water Storage Estimates via Mechanical Displacement, John T. Van Stan, Kael Martin, Jan Friesen, Matthew T. Jarvis, Jessica D. Lundquist, and Delphis F. Levia

Effects of Wind-driven Rainfall on Stemflow Generation Between Two Codominant Tree Species With Differing Crown Characteristics, John T. Van Stan, Courtney M. Siegert, Delphis F. Levia, and Carrie E. Scheick

Submissions from 2003

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Birds, Landslides and Pastures: A Biogeographic Conundrum, Mark R. Welford