Degree Sought: M.A. , Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder
My research is focused on spatial and temporal variability in tree growth and physiological response to climate and drought at the catchment scale.
Increasing plant water stress and decreasing summer streamflow in response to a warmer and wetter climate in seasonally snow‐covered forests. Christensen L., Adams HR, Tai X, Barnard HR, Brooks PD (2020): Ecohydrology e2256 (online) Cross-CZO
Complex terrain alters temperature and moisture limitations of forest soil respiration across a semiarid to subalpine gradient . Berryman, E.M., Barnard, H.R., *Adams, H.R., *Burns, M.A., Gallo, E., and Brooks, P.D. (2015): Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences, 120, 707-723
Topography alters tree growth–climate relationships in a semi-arid forested catchment. Adams H. R., Brnard H. R., and Loomis A. K. (2014): Ecosphere, Volume 5(11) v Article 148
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Linking topography, hydrology, climate and ecoloty in semi-arid forests: Within catchment annual tree growth and water use efficiency. Adams, H. R. (2014): MA thesis, Dept. of Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder.
Coupled soil respiration and transpiration dynamics from tree-scale to catchment scale in dry Rocky Mountain pine forests and the role of snowpack. Berryman E., Barnard H.R., Brooks P.D., Adams H., Burns M.A., Wilson W., Stielstra C.M. (2013): Abstract H23C-1279 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 Dec. Cross-CZO