His primary areas of investigation include Slash Pine, Agronomy, Ecology, Biomass and Botany. His Slash Pine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Organic matter, Canopy, Forestry, Litter and Forest floor. His Canopy research incorporates elements of Photosynthetically active radiation, Leaf area index, Basal area and Interception.
As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Agronomy, narrowing it down to issues related to the Respiration, and often Carbon dioxide, Environmental factor and Carbon pool. His work is dedicated to discovering how Biomass, Vegetation are connected with Scale, Meteorology and Sampling and other disciplines. Wendell P. Cropper usually deals with Botany and limits it to topics linked to Human fertilization and Phloem and Photosynthesis.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Agroforestry, Ecosystem, Slash Pine and Forestry. His Ecology research includes elements of Fecundity and Population model. His work on Forest management as part of general Agroforestry research is frequently linked to Brazil nut, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Carbon sequestration, Prescribed burn, Biomass and Understory. His Slash Pine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Canopy, Eddy covariance, Agronomy and Respiration. His research in Forestry intersects with topics in Biomass and Forest floor.
Wendell P. Cropper spends much of his time researching Agroforestry, Ecology, Forestry, Alectoris and Propagule pressure. His research integrates issues of Tropics, Logging, Ecosystem and Forest dynamics in his study of Agroforestry. His research on Ecosystem frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Biomass.
Wendell P. Cropper studies Ecology, focusing on Propagule in particular. Wendell P. Cropper interconnects Nothofagus obliqua and Carapa guianensis in the investigation of issues within Forestry. His Alectoris research includes themes of Cartography, Biodiversity, Introduced species and Tetraogallus himalayensis.
His primary areas of study are Agroforestry, Environmental resource management, Forest ecology, Forestry and Leaf area index. The Agroforestry study combines topics in areas such as Tropics, Vapour Pressure Deficit, Logging, Forest dynamics and Ecosystem. The various areas that Wendell P. Cropper examines in his Ecosystem study include Watershed, Biomass, Water supply, Site index and Wetland.
His work carried out in the field of Environmental resource management brings together such families of science as Introduced species, Restoration ecology and Ecosystem services. His Forestry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Forest floor, Chronosequence and Understory. He has researched Leaf area index in several fields, including Zenith, Vegetation, Sky and Mean squared error.
Woody tissue maintenance respiration of four conifers in contrasting climates.
Michael G. Ryan;Stith T. Gower;Robert M. Hubbard;Richard H. Waring.
Dynamics of Canopy Structure and Light Interception in Pinus Elliottii Stands, North Florida
H. L. Gholz;S. A. Vogel;W. P. Cropper;K. McKelvey.
Ecological Monographs (1991)
Soil CO2 evolution in Florida slash pine plantations. I: Changes through time
Katherine C. Ewel;Wendell P. Cropper;Henry L. Gholz.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1987)
Litterfall, Decomposition, and Nitrogen and Phosphorus Dynamics in a Chronosequence of Slash Pine (Pinus elliottii) Plantations
H. L. Gholz;C. S. Perry;W. P. Cropper;L. C. Hendry.
Forest Science (1985)
Organic matter dynamics of fine roots in plantations of slash pine (Pinuselliottii) in north Florida
Henry L. Gholz;Laurel C. Hendry;Wendell P. Cropper.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (1986)
Simulated effects of logging on carbon storage in dipterocarp forest.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2000)
The Influence of Salinity on Seagrass Growth, Survivorship, and Distribution within Biscayne Bay, Florida: Field, Experimental, and Modeling Studies
Adaptive clustering of airborne LiDAR data to segment individual tree crowns in managed pine forests
Journal of remote sensing (2010)
Ultrafiltration is theoretically equivalent to equilibrium dialysis but much simpler to carry out.
Judith A. Sophianopoulos;Samuel J. Durham;Alkis J. Sophianopoulos;Harvey L. Ragsdale.
Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics (1978)
Influence of climate and fertilization on net photosynthesis of mature slash pine.
R. O. Teskey;H. L. Gholz;W. P. Cropper.
Tree Physiology (1994)
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