The importance of drought–pathogen interactions in driving oak mortality events in the Ozark Border Region

Volume: 13, Issue: 1, Pages: 015004 - 015004
Published: Jan 1, 2018
Abstract
Forests are expected to become more vulnerable to drought-induced tree mortality owing to rising temperatures and changing precipitation patterns that amplify drought lethality. There is a crucial knowledge gap regarding drought–pathogen interactions and their effects on tree mortality. The objectives of this research were to examine whether stand dynamics and 'background' mortality rates were affected by a severe drought in 2012; and to...
Paper Details
Title
The importance of drought–pathogen interactions in driving oak mortality events in the Ozark Border Region
Published Date
Jan 1, 2018
Volume
13
Issue
1
Pages
015004 - 015004
Citation AnalysisPro
  • Scinapse’s Top 10 Citation Journals & Affiliations graph reveals the quality and authenticity of citations received by a paper.
  • Discover whether citations have been inflated due to self-citations, or if citations include institutional bias.