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Berry ZC, Avila-Lovera E, Goldsmith GR. Increased conductance associated with higher photosynthesis in leaves and green stems of avocado exposed to diffuse light.

Van Stan JT, Allen ST, Aubrey DP, Berry ZC, Biddick M, Coenders-Gerrits AMJ, Giordani P, Gotsch SG, Gutmann ED, Kuzyakov Y, Magyar D, Mella VSA, Mueller KE, Ponette-Gonzalez AG, POrada P, Rosenfeld CE, Simmons J, Sridhar KR, Stubbins A, Swanson T. Shower Thoughts: Why Scientists Should Spend More Time in the Rain.


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Vargas G, Kunert N, Hammond WM, Berry ZC, Weden LK, Smith-Martin CM, Wolfe BT, Toro L, Mondragon-Botero A, Pinto-Ledezma J, Schwartz NB, Uriate M, Sack L, Anderson-Teixeira KJ, Powers JS. 2022. Leaf habit affects the distribution of drought sensitivity but not water transport efficiency in the tropics. Ecology Letters 00: 1-14. Link to Paper

*Ellertson K, Goldsmith GR, Berry ZC. 2022. Seeing light from a different angle: the effects of diffuse light environments on the function, structure, and growth of tomato plants. Review of Undergraduate Research in Agricultural and Life Sciences 15: 2. Link to Paper

Berry ZC, Larue J, Goldsmith GR. 2022. Quantifying and manipulating the angles of light in experimental measurements of plant gas exchange. Plant, Cell & Environment 45: 1954.1961. Link to Paper 

Mayer A, Jones K, Hunt D, Manson R, Berry ZC, Asbjornsen H, Wright TM, Salcone J, Lopez-Ramirez SM*, Avila-Foucat S, Von Thaden J*. 2022. Assessing ecosystem service outcomes from payments for hydrological services programs in Veracruz, Mexico: Future deforestation threats and spatial targeting. Ecosystem Services 53: 101401. Link to Paper 

Williams-Linera G, Berry ZC, Diaz-Toribio MH, Espejel-Ontiveros X*. 2022. Drought responses of an exotic tree (Eriobotrya japonica) in a tropical cloud forest suggest the potential to become an invasive species. New Forests 53: 571-585Link to Paper

Berry ZC, Ávila-Lovera E, De Guzman ME, O’Keefe K, Emery NC. 2021. Beneath the bark: assessing woody stem water and carbon fluxes and its prevalence across climates and the woody plant phylogeny. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4: 100. Link to Paper

Lopez-Ramirez SM*, Mayer A, Saenz L, Muñoz-Villers LE, Holwerda F, Looker N*, Schürz C, Berry ZC, Manson R, Kolka R, Geissert D, Lezama C*. 2021. A comprehensive calibration and validation of SWAT-T with local datasets and understanding of multiple processes (water budgets) in tropical montane areas of central Veracruz, Mexico. Journal of Hudrology 603: 126781. Link to Paper

McNicol G, Yu Z, Berry ZC, Emery N, Soper FM, Yang WH. 2021. Tracing plant-environment interactions from organismal to planetary scales using stable isotopes: a mini review. Emerging Topics in Life Sciences 5: 301-316. Link to Paper

Asbjonsen H, McIntire C*, Vadeboncoeur M, Jennings K, Coble A, & Berry ZC. 2021. Sensitivity and threshold dynamics of Pinus strobus and Quercus In response to experimental and naturally-occurring severe droughts. Tree Physiology  41: 1819-1835. Link to Paper

Poyatos R, et al. (including Berry ZC). 2021. Global transpiration data from sap flow measurements: the SAPFLUXNET database. Earth System Science Data 13: 2607-2649. Link to Paper

Berry ZC, Jones KW, Gomez Aguilar LR*, Congalton RG, Holwerda F, Kolka R, Looker N*, Lopez-Ramirez SM*, Manson R, Mayer A, Muñoz-Villers L, Ortiz Colin P*, Romero-Uribe H*, Saenz L, Von Thaden JJ*, Vizcaino Bravo MQ*, Williams-Linera G, Asbjornsen H. 2020. Evaluating ecosystem service trade-offs along a land-use intensification gradient in central Veracruz, Mexico. Ecosystem Services 45: 101181. Link to Paper

Carmichael MJ, White JC, Cory ST, Berry ZC, Smith WK. 2020. Foliar water uptake of fog confers ecophysiological benefits to four common tree species of southeastern freshwater forested wetlands. Ecohydrology: e2240. Link to Paper

Lopez-Ramirez SM*, Saenz L, Mayer A, Muñoz-Villers LE, Asbjornsen H, Berry ZC, Looker N*, Manson R, Gomez-Aguilar LR*. 2020. Land use change effects on catchment streamflow response in a humid tropical montane cloud forest region, central Veracruz, Mexico. Hydrological Processes 34: 3555-2570. Link to Paper

Solander KC, Newman B, Carioca de Araujo A, Barnard H, Berry ZC, Bonal D, Bretfield M, Celleri R, Christoffersen B, Detto M, Dorrigo W, Ewers B, Ferreira S, Knohl A, Leung R, McDowell N, Miller G, Monteiro T, Moore G, Negron-Juarez R, Saleska S, Stiegler C, Wolfe B, Xu C. 2020. The pan-tropical response of soil moisture to El Niño. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 24: 2303-2020. Link to Paper

Jones K, Maker A, Salcone J*, Lopez-Ramirez S*, Berry ZC, Manson R, Asbjornsen H, Von Thaden J*. 2020. Measuring the net benefits of payments for hydrological services programs in Mexico. Ecological Economics 175: 106666. Link to Paper

Halbritter AH, De Boeck HJ, Eycott AE, Reinsch S, Robinson DA, Vicca S, et al. (including ZC Berry). 2020. The handbook for standardized field and laboratory measurements in terrestrial climate change experiments and observational studies (ClimEx). Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11:22–37. Link to Paper

Berry ZC and Goldsmith GR. 2020. Diffuse light and wetness differentially affect leaf photosynthesis. New Phytologist.  Link to Paper

Goldsmith GR, Berry ZC, Lehmann MM. 2019. Water Use Efficiency. In: The handbook for standardised field and laboratory measurements in terrestrial climate-change experiments and observational studies (ClimEx) (eds: AHH Rechsteiner, H De Boeck). Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Link to Paper

Grossiord C et al. (including Berry ZC). 2019. Precipitation mediates sap flux sensitivity to evaporative demand in the neotropics. Oecologia. doi: 10.1007/s00442-019-04513-x. Link to Paper 

Berry ZC, Espejel Ontiveros X*, Asbjornsen, HA, Williams-Linera G. 2019. Linking coordinated hydraulic traits to drought and recovery responses in a tropical montane cloud forest. American Journal of Botany. doi:10.1002/ajb2.1356. Link to Paper 

Pischke EC*, Berry ZC, Kolka RK, Salcone J*, Cordoba D*, Shinbrot X*, Lopez Ramirez SM*, Jones KW, Congalton RG, Manson RH, Von Thaden Ugalde JJ*, Selfa T, Avila S, Asbjornsen H. 2019. Lessons Learned About Collaborating Across Coupled Human-Natural Systems Research on Mexico’s Payments for Hydrological Services Program. In Collaboration Across Boundaries for Interdisciplinary Environmental Systems Science: Experiences Around the World.  Edited by Stephen Perz. Palgrave Macmillan. 

Knipfer T*, Reyes C, Earles JM, Berry ZC, Johnson DM, Brodersen CR, McElrone AJ. 2019. The spatiotemporal coupling of vessel cavitation and discharge of stored xylem water visualized for an intact tree sapling. Plant Physiology. Link to paper

Berry ZC, Emery NC, Gotsch SG, Goldsmith GR. 2018. Foliar water uptake: processes, pathways, and integration into plant water budgets. Plant, Cell & Environment. Link to paper

Berry ZC, Evaristo J, Moore G, Poca M, Steppe K, Verrot L, Asbjornsen H, Borma LS, Bretfeld M, Hervé‐Fernández P, Seyfried M, Schwendenmann L, Sinacore K*, De Wispelaere L, McDonnell J. 2018. The two water worlds hypothesis: Addressing multiple working hypotheses and proposing a way forward. Ecohydrology. Link to paper

Johnson DM, Berry ZC, Baker KV*, Smith DD, McCulloh KA, Domec JC. 2018. Leaf hydraulic parameters are more plastic in species that experience a wider range of leaf water potentials. Functional Ecology. Link to paper

Johnson DM, Domec JC, Berry ZC, Schwantes AM*, Woodruff DR, McCulloh KA, Polley HW, Wortemann R, Swenson JJ, Mackay DS, McDowell NG, Jackson RB. 2018. Co-occurring woody species have diverse hydraulic strategies and mortality rates during an extreme drought. Plant, Cell & Environment. Link to paper

Berry ZC, Holwerda F, Gómez Aguilar LR*, Ortiz Colin P*, González Martínez T*, Asbjornsen H. 2017. Why size matters: The interactive influences of tree diameter distribution and sap flow parameters on upscaled transpiration. Tree Physiology. Link to paper

Coble A, Vadeboncoeur MA, Berry ZC, Jennings KA, McIntire CD*, Campbell JL, Rustad LE, Templer PH, Asbjornsen HA. 2017. Are northeastern U.S. forests vulnerable to extreme drought?. Ecological Processes. Link to paper

Berry ZC, Gotsch SG, Holwerda F, Muñoz-Villers LE, Asbjornsen H. 2016. Slope position influences vegetation-atmosphere interactions in a tropical montane cloud forest. Agricultural and Forest MeteorologyLink to paper

Hall JS, Lebrija E, Asbjornsen H, Aguirre N, van Breugel M, Berry ZC, and Martinez-Ramos M. 2015. Understanding Natural Capital, Part B: Ecosystem Patterns and Processes. In: Managing Watersheds for Ecosystem Services in the Steepland Neotropics (eds: JS Hall, V Kirn, E Yanguas-Fernández). pp. 35-46, Inter-American Development Bank, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute Panama City, Panama. Link to publication Website: Press: MongaBay

Berry ZC, Johnson DM, and Reinhardt K. 2015. Vegetation zonation patterns across a temperate mountain cloud-forest ecotone are not explained by variation in hydraulic functioning or water relations. Tree Physiology. doi: 10.1093/treephys/tpv062. Link to paper

Berry ZC, White JC, & Smith WK. 2014 Foliar uptake, carbon fluxes, and water status are affected by the timing of daily fog in saplings from a threatened cloud forest. Tree PhysiologyLink to paper

Berry ZC,Hughes NM, & Smith WK. 2014. Cloud immersion: an important water source for spruce and fir saplings in the southern Appalachian Mountains. Oecologia. Link to paper 

Berry ZC and Smith WK. 2014. Experimental cloud immersion and foliar water uptake in saplings of Abies fraseri and Picea rubens. Trees: Structure and Function. Link to paper

Berry ZC and Smith WK. 2013. Ecophysiological importance of cloud immersion in a relic spruce-fir forest at elevational boundaries, southern Appalachian Mountains, USA. Oecologia. Link to paper

Dohn, J*, Berry ZC, and Curran TJ. 2013. A pilot project testing the effectiveness of three weed control methods on the removal of Lantana camara in Forty Mile Scrub National Park, Queensland, Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration, 14: 74-77. Link to paper

Smith WK, and Berry ZC. 2013. Sunflecks? Tree Physiology, 33: 233-237. Link to paper

 Berry ZC, and Smith WK. 2012. Cloud pattern and water relations in Picea rubens and Abies fraseri, southern Appalachian Mountains, USA. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 162: 27-34. Link to paper

Berry ZC, Wevill K*, and Curran TJ. 2011.  The invasive weed Lantana camara increases fire risk in dry rainforest by altering fuel beds. Weed Research 51: 525-533. Link to paper

Turner CP, Miller R, Smith C, Brown L, Blackstone K, Dunham SR, Strehlow R, Manfredi M, Slocum P, Iverson K, West M, Ringler SL, ZC Berry. 2007. Widespread neonatal brain damage following calcium channel blockade. Developmental Neuroscience 29:213-231.