Scientists & Staff
Current ResearchStudies exchange of greenhouse gases such as CO2, CH4, and H2O between the atmosphere and a peatland in northern Minnesota.
- Indiana University, M.S. Environmental Science Applied Ecology, 2012
- Indiana University, Masters Of Public Affairs Environmental Policy and Natural Resource Management, 2012
- Indiana University, B.S. Environmental Science Ecosystem Science, 2011
Publications & Products
- Deventer, M. Julian; Griffis, Timothy J.; Roman, D. Tyler; Kolka, Randall K.; Wood, Jeffrey D.; Erickson, Matt ; Baker, John M.; Millet, Dylan B. 2019. Error characterization of methane fluxes and budgets derived from a long-term comparison of open- and closed-path eddy covariance systems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
- Yi, Koong ; Maxwell, Justin T.; Wenzel, Matthew K.; Roman, D. Tyler; Sauer, Peter E.; Phillips, Richard P.; Novick, Kimberly A. 2018. Linking variation in intrinsic water-use efficiency to isohydricity: a comparison at multiple spatiotemporal scales. New Phytologist
- Hwang, Taehee; Gholizadeh, Hamed; Sims, Daniel A.; Novick, Kimberly A.; Brzostek, Edward R.; Phillips, Richard P.; Roman, Daniel T.; Robeson, Scott M.; Rahman, Abdullah F. 2017. Capturing species-level drought responses in a temperate deciduous forest using ratios of photochemical reflectance indices between sunlit and shaded canopies. Remote Sensing of Environment
- Yi, Koong; Dragoni, Danilo; Phillips, Richard P.; Roman, Daniel Tyler; Novick, Kimberly A. 2017. Dynamics of stem water uptake among isohydric and anisohydric species experiencing a severe drought. Tree Physiology. 14 p.
- Sulman, Benjamin N.; Roman, Daniel Tyler; Scanlon, Todd M.; Wang, Lixin; Novick, Kimberly A. 2016. Comparing methods for partitioning a decade of carbon dioxide and water vapor fluxes in a temperate forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
- Sulman, Benjamin N.; Roman, Daniel Tyler; Yi, Koong; Wang, Lixin; Phillips, Richard P.; Novick, Kimberly A. 2016. High atmospheric demand for water can limit forest carbon uptake and transpiration as severely as dry soil. Geophysical Research Letters
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