David Medvigy mostly deals with Climatology, Ecosystem, Climate change, Terrestrial ecosystem and Productivity. His research investigates the connection with Climatology and areas like Dry season which intersect with concerns in Precipitation, Tropical savanna climate, Tropical and subtropical moist broadleaf forests and Tropical ecology. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vegetation, Atmospheric sciences, Phenology and Deciduous.
His study explores the link between Atmospheric sciences and topics such as Ecology that cross with problems in Carbon sequestration. His research in the fields of Climate model overlaps with other disciplines such as Realism. His Productivity research incorporates elements of Forest dynamics, Field and Biosphere.
David Medvigy mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Climatology, Ecology, Amazon rainforest and Ecosystem. His Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Atmosphere, Permafrost, Arctic, Vegetation and Methane. His Climatology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climate change, Climate model, Phenology, Precipitation and Dry season.
His work deals with themes such as Primary production and Boreal, which intersect with Climate change. His Amazon rainforest research integrates issues from Teleconnection and Mesoscale meteorology. His Ecosystem study incorporates themes from Productivity and Biosphere.
David Medvigy focuses on Ecology, Atmospheric sciences, Biogeochemistry, Carbon cycle and Biomass. His work on Ecosystem services, Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests, Competition and Climate change as part of general Ecology study is frequently connected to Tree, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His research integrates issues of Methane emissions, Anaerobic oxidation of methane and Arctic in his study of Atmospheric sciences.
He has included themes like Spatial ecology, Secondary succession, Ecosystem and Forest dynamics in his Biogeochemistry study. David Medvigy interconnects Biosphere model and Earth system science in the investigation of issues within Ecosystem. His studies deal with areas such as Reforestation, Nitrogen fixation, Ecological succession, Carbon sequestration and Carbon sink as well as Carbon cycle.
David Medvigy mainly focuses on Biogeochemistry, Biomass, Ecosystem, Wind power and Wind speed. His Biogeochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Carbon cycle, Vegetation, Plant functional type, Terrestrial ecosystem and Earth system science. His Biomass study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests, Deciduous, Canopy and Evergreen.
His Ecosystem research includes themes of Soil texture, Ecology, Atmospheric sciences and Secondary succession. His Wind power research incorporates themes from Meteorology and Surface wind speed.
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Mechanistic scaling of ecosystem function and dynamics in space and time: Ecosystem Demography model version 2
D. Medvigy;D. Medvigy;S. C. Wofsy;J. W. Munger;D. Y. Hollinger.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2009)
Vegetation demographics in Earth System Models: A review of progress and priorities.
Rosie A. Fisher;Charles D. Koven;William R. L. Anderegg;Bradley O. Christoffersen.
Global Change Biology (2018)
Photosynthetic seasonality of global tropical forests constrained by hydroclimate
Kaiyu Guan;Kaiyu Guan;Ming Pan;Haibin Li;Adam Wolf.
Nature Geoscience (2015)
Diversity in plant hydraulic traits explains seasonal and inter-annual variations of vegetation dynamics in seasonally dry tropical forests
Xiangtao Xu;David Medvigy;Jennifer S. Powers;Justin M. Becknell.
New Phytologist (2016)
Will seasonally dry tropical forests be sensitive or resistant to future changes in rainfall regimes
Kara Allen;Juan Manuel Dupuy;Maria G Gei;Catherine Hulshof.
Environmental Research Letters (2017)
The contributions of land-use change, CO 2 fertilization, and climate variability to the Eastern US carbon sink
Marco Albani;David Medvigy;George C. Hurtt;Paul R. Moorcroft.
Global Change Biology (2006)
A reversal in global terrestrial stilling and its implications for wind energy production
Zhenzhong Zeng;Zhenzhong Zeng;Alan D. Ziegler;Timothy Searchinger;Long Yang.
Nature Climate Change (2019)
Regional dry-season climate changes due to three decades of Amazonian deforestation
Jaya Khanna;Jaya Khanna;David Medvigy;David Medvigy;Stephan Andreas Fueglistaler;Robert Walko.
Nature Climate Change (2017)
Tree carbon allocation explains forest drought-kill and recovery patterns.
A. T. Trugman;M. Detto;M. K. Bartlett;D. Medvigy.
Ecology Letters (2018)
Responses of terrestrial ecosystems and carbon budgets to current and future environmental variability
D. Medvigy;Steven Charles Wofsy;J. William Munger;Paul R Moorcroft.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2010)
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