Earles, J.M.*, Théroux-Rancourt, G.*, McElrone, A.J. and Brodersen, C.R. (in review). Beyond porosity: 3D leaf intercellular airspace traits that impact mesophyll conductance. *Authors contributed equally
Guzmán-Delgado, P., Earles, J.M., and Zwieniecki, M.A. (in review). Insight into the physiological role of water absorption via the leaf surface from a rehydration kinetics perspective.
Earles, J.M.*, Knipfer, T.K.*, Tixier, A., Orozco, J., Reyes, C., Zwieniecki, M.A., Brodersen, C.R., and McElrone, A.J. (accepted). In-vivo quantification of starch reserves in plants using X-ray microCT imaging and machine learning. *Authors contributed equally
Earles, J.M., Stevens, J.T., Sperling, O., North, M., and Zwieniecki, M. (accepted). Extreme mid-winter drought weakens tree hydraulic and carbohydrate systems.
Knipfer, T., Cuneo, I.F., Earles, J.M., Reyes, C., Brodersen C.R., and McElrone, A.J. (2017). Storage compartments for capillary water refill in excised stems but rarely in intact plants (Laurus nobilis): In-situ visualization of tissue-specific dynamics. Plant Physiology. DOI:10.1104/pp.17.0113
Théroux-Rancourt, G.*, Earles, J.M.*, Gilbert, M.E., Zwieniecki, M.A., Boyce, C.K., McElrone, A. and Brodersen, C. (2017). The bias of a two-dimensional view: Comparing two-dimensional and three-dimensional mesophyll surface area estimates using non-invasive imaging. New Phytologist, 215(4): 1609-1622. *Authors contributed equally
Tixier, A., Sperling, O., Lampinen, B., Roxas, A., Saa, S., Earles, J.M., Orozco, J., and Zwieniecki, M. (2017). Spring bud growth depends on sugar delivery by xylem and water recirculation by phloem Münch flow in Juglans regia. Planta, 246(3): 495-508.
Earles, J.M., Théroux-Rancourt, G., Gilbert, M.E., McElrone, A. and Brodersen, C. (2017). Excess diffuse light absorption in upper mesophyll limits CO2 drawdown and depresses photosynthesis. Plant Physiology, 174: 1082-1096.
Young, D.*, Stevens, J.*, Earles, J.M.*, Ellis, A., Jirka, A., Moore, J., and Latimer, A. (2017). Long-term climate and competition explain forest mortality patterns under extreme drought. Ecology Letters, 20: 78-86. *Authors contributed equally.
Earles, J.M., Sperling, O., Silva, L., North, M., and Zwieniecki, M. (2016). Bark water uptake promotes localized hydraulic recovery in branches of coastal redwood. Plant, Cell and Environment, 39: 320-328.
Sperling, O., Earles, J.M., Secchi, F., Godfrey, J. and Zwieniecki, M. (2015). Frost induces respiration and accelerates carbon depletion in trees. PLOS One.
Earles, J.M., North, M., and Hurteau, M. (2014). Wildfire and drought dynamics destabilize carbon stores of fire-suppressed forests. Ecological Applications, 24: 732-740.
Earles, J.M., Yeh, S., and Skog, K. (2012). Timing of carbon emissions from global forest clearance, Nature Climate Change, 2: 682-685.
Earles, J.M., Halog A., Ince, P., and Skog, K. (2012). Integrated economic equilibrium and LCA modeling for policy-based consequential LCA. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 17: 375-384.
Earles, J.M., Halog, A., and Shaler, S. (2011). Improving the environmental profile of wood panels via co-production of ethanol and acetic acid. Environmental Science and Technology¸45(22): 9743-9749.
Earles, J.M. and Halog, A. (2011). Consequential life cycle assessment: A review. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 16(5): 445-453.