Charles D. Canham
Charles D. Canham
Verified email at caryinstitute.org - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Gap Light Analyzer (GLA), Version 2.0: Imaging software to extract canopy structure and gap light transmission indices from true-colour fisheye photographs, users manual and …
GW Frazer, CD Canham, KP Lertzman
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, and the Institute of …, 1999
1803*1999
Forest models defined by field measurements: estimation, error analysis and dynamics
SW Pacala, CD Canham, J Saponara, JA Silander Jr, RK Kobe, ...
Ecological monographs 66 (1), 1-43, 1996
13181996
Light regimes beneath closed canopies and tree-fall gaps in temperate and tropical forests
CD Canham, JS Denslow, WJ Platt, JR Runkle, TA Spies, PS White
Canadian journal of forest research 20 (5), 620-631, 1990
11821990
Juvenile tree survivorship as a component of shade tolerance
RK Kobe, SW Pacala, JA Silander Jr, CD Canham
Ecological applications 5 (2), 517-532, 1995
8931995
Causes and consequences of resource heterogeneity in forests: interspecific variation in light transmission by canopy trees
CD Canham, AC Finzi, SW Pacala, DH Burbank
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24 (2), 337-349, 1994
8641994
Growth and canopy architecture of shade‐tolerant trees: response to canopy gaps
CD Canham
Ecology 69 (3), 786-795, 1988
8111988
Reconciling niche and neutrality: the continuum hypothesis
D Gravel, CD Canham, M Beaudet, C Messier
Ecology letters 9 (4), 399-409, 2006
7582006
Canopy tree–soil interactions within temperate forests: species effects on soil carbon and nitrogen
AC Finzi, N Van Breemen, CD Canham
Ecological applications 8 (2), 440-446, 1998
6981998
Increased tree carbon storage in response to nitrogen deposition in the US
RQ Thomas, CD Canham, KC Weathers, CL Goodale
Nature Geoscience 3 (1), 13-17, 2010
6022010
Different respones to gaps among shade-tollerant tree species
CD Canham
Ecology 70 (3), 548-550, 1989
5711989
Canopy tree–soil interactions within temperate forests: species effects on pH and cations
AC Finzi, CD Canham, N Van Breemen
Ecological applications 8 (2), 447-454, 1998
5491998
Forest ecosystem responses to exotic pests and pathogens in eastern North America
GM Lovett, CD Canham, MA Arthur, KC Weathers, RD Fitzhugh
BioScience 56 (5), 395-405, 2006
5472006
Forest models defined by field measurements: I. The design of a northeastern forest simulator
SW Pacala, CD Canham, JA Silander Jr
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23 (10), 1980-1988, 1993
5291993
A neighborhood analysis of canopy tree competition: effects of shading versus crowding
CD Canham, PT LePage, KD Coates
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34 (4), 778-787, 2004
5082004
Climate, deer, rodents, and acorns as determinants of variation in Lyme-disease risk
RS Ostfeld, CD Canham, K Oggenfuss, RJ Winchcombe, F Keesing
PLoS biology 4 (6), e145, 2006
4842006
Catastrophic windthrow in the presettlement forests of Wisconsin
CD Canham, OL Loucks
Ecology 65 (3), 803-809, 1984
4831984
An index for understory light levels in and around canopy gaps
CD Canham
Ecology 69 (5), 1634-1638, 1988
4731988
Sapling growth as a function of resources in a north temperate forest
SW Pacala, CD Canham, JA Silander Jr, RK Kobe
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24 (11), 2172-2183, 1994
4501994
Why forests appear resistant to exotic plant invasions: intentional introductions, stand dynamics, and the role of shade tolerance
PH Martin, CD Canham, PL Marks
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (3), 142-149, 2009
4292009
The response of woody plants to disturbance patterns of establishment and growth.
CD Canham, PL Marks
The ecology of natural disturbance and patch dynamics, 197-216, 1985
4281985
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20