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Publications Citing Leaf Chemistry, 1992-1993 (ACCP)

The following 6 publications cited the product Leaf Chemistry, 1992-1993 (ACCP).

Year Citation
2017 Piatek, Kathryn B.;Fajvan, Mary Ann;Turcotte, Richard M.; (2017) Thinning effects on foliar elements in eastern hemlock: implications for managing the spread of the hemlock woolly adelgid1.Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 47(1): 81-88.
2016 Oliveira, Rodolfo Assis de;Brunetto, Gustavo;Loss, Arcângelo;Gatiboni, Luciano Colpo;Kürtz, Claudinei;Müller Júnior, Vilmar;Lovato, Paulo Emílio;Oliveira, Bruno Salvador;Souza, Monique;Comin, Jucinei José; (2016) Cover Crops Effects on Soil Chemical Properties and Onion Yield.Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo. 40(): .
2015 Feilhauer, Hannes; Asner, Gregory P.; Martin, Roberta E. (2015). Multi-method ensemble selection of spectral bands related to leaf biochemistry, Remote Sensing of Environment, 164 ().
2012 Crowley, K., McNeil, B., Lovett, G., Canham, C., & Driscoll, C.; (2012). Do Nutrient Limitation Patterns Shift from Nitrogen Toward Phosphorus with Increasing Nitrogen Deposition Across the Northeastern United States? Ecosystems. 15 (0): 940-957..
2012 Romero, A., Aguado, I., & Yebra, M.; (2012). Estimation of dry matter content in leaves using normalized indexes and PROSPECT model inversion. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 33 (2): 396-414.
2003 Bortolot, Z. J.; Wynne, R. H.; (2003). A method for predicting fresh green leaf nitrogen concentrations from shortwave infrared reflectance spectra acquired at the canopy level that requires no in situ nitrogen data. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 24 (3): 619-624.