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A. J., D. Mueller-Dombois, S. Conant, F. J. Radovsky and F. G. Howarth.
Community structure and niche differentiation: introduction. Pages 213-
K. W., C. H. Lamoureux, D. Mueller-Dombois, P. Q. Tomich, J. R. Leeper, J. W.
Beardsley, W. A. Stefan, Y. K Paik, and K. C. Sung.. Temporal variation of organisms studied. Pages 391-
H.L. Microevolution in insular ecosystems. Pages 471-
D. Mueller-Dombois, K. W. Bridges, and H. L. Carson, eds. US/IBP Synthesis Series 15. Hudchinson-Ross. Publ. 583 pp.
F.G. Community structure and niche differentiation in Hawaiian lava tubes.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Spatial variation and succession in tropical island rain forests. Hawaii Botanical Science Paper 41. 93 pp.
D. Monitoring island ecosystems: The
Hawaiian rain forest dieback. Pages 170-
Mueller-Dombois, D., K. W. Bridges and H. L. Carson, eds. Island Ecosystems: Biological Organization in Selected Hawaiian Communities. US/IBP Synthesis Series 15. Hutchinson-Ross Publ. Co. Distributed by Academic Press. 583 pp.
D. Some environmental conditions and the
general design of IBP research in Hawaii. Pages 3-
Dombois, D. and K W. Bridges. Spatial
distribution of island biota: introduction. Pages 35-
D., G. Spatz, S. Conant, P. Q. Tomich, F. J. Radowsky, J. M. Tenorio, W.Gagne, B.
M. Brennan, W. C. Mitchell, D. Springer, G. A. Samuelson, J. L. Gressitt, W. A.
Steffan, Y. K Paik, K. C. Sung, D. E. Hardy, M. D. Delfinado, D. Fujii, M. S.
Doty, L. J. Watson, M. F. Stoner, and G. E. Baker. Altitudinal distribution of
organisms along an island mountain transect.
D. Spatial integration of organisms
studied along the transect. Pages 181-
D., R. G. Coorey, J. E. Maka, G. Spatz,
W. C. Gagne, F. G. Howarth, J. L. Gressitt, G. A. Samuelson, S. Conant, and P.
Q. Tomich.. Structural variation of organism
groups in the Kilauea forest. Pages 231-
D. and F.G. Howarth. Niche and life-form
integration in island communities. Pages
D. Island ecosystems: what is unique about their ecology? pages 485-
D. Understanding Hawaiian forest ecosystems: the key to biological
conservation. Pages 502-
D. Ecological measurements and microbial
populations. Pages 123-
D. Fire in tropical ecosystems. Pages 137-
Mueller-Dombois, D. Vegetation dynamics in a coastal grassland of Hawaii. Vegetatio 46: 131-140.
D. The ecological series approach to
forest land classification. Pages 105-
Doty, R. D. Groundwater conditions in the Ohia rainforest near Hilo. Pacific
Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. U.S. D. A. Berkeley. CA
Mueller-Dombois, D. Canopy dieback in indigenous forests of Pacific islands. Hawaiian Bot. Soc. Newsletter 21: 2-6.
D. Island ecosystem stability and Metrosideros dieback. Pages 138-
Balakrishnan, N.and D. Mueller-Dombois. Nutrient studies in relation to habitat types and canopy dieback in the montane rain forest ecosystem, Island of Hawai`i. Pac. Sci. 37: 339-359.
Evenson W. E. Climate analysis in `ohi`a dieback area on the Island of Hawai`i. Pac.
Sci. 37: 375-384.
Jacobi, J. D. Metrosideros Dieback in Hawai`i: A comparison of adjacent dieback and non-dieback rain forest stands. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 6: 79-97.
Jacobi, J. D., Gerrish, G., and D. Mueller-Dombois. `Ohi`a dieback in Hawai`i: vegetation changes in permanent plots. Pac. Sci. 37: 327-337.
Mueller-Dombois, D., J. E. Canfield, R. A. Holt and G. P. Buelow. Tree-group death in North-American and Hawaiian forests: a pathological problem or a new problem for vegetation ecology? Phytocoenologia 11: 117-137.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Population death in Hawaiian plant communities: a new
causal theory and its successional significance. Tuexenia (Göttingen) 3: 117-130.
D., K. Kartawinata and L. L. Handley. Conservation of species and habitats: a
major responsibility in development planning.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Stand-level dieback in New Zealand forests and the theory of cohort senescence. Hawaiian Bot. Soc. Newsletter 22: 33-42.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Canopy dieback and successional processes in Pacific forests. Pac. Sci. 37: 317-325.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Canopy dieback and dynamic processes in Pacific forests: introductory statement and concluding synthesis. Pac. Sci. 37: 313-316; 483-489.
Stemmermann, L. Ecological studies of Hawaiian Metrosideros in a successional context. Pac. Sci. 37: 361-373.
Vitousek, P. M., K. Van Cleve, D. Mueller-Dombois and N. Balakrishnan. Soil development and nitrogen turnover in montane rain forest soils in Hawaii. Biotropica 15: 268-274.
Burton, P. J. and D. Mueller-Dombois. Response of Metrosideros polymorpha seedlings to experimental canopy opening. Ecology 65: 779-791.
Gerrish, G. and K. W. Bridges. A Thinning and Fertilizing Experiment in Metrosideros Dieback Stands in Hawai`i. Hawai`i Bot. Sci. Paper No. 43. University of Hawai`i at Manoa, Honolulu. 107 pp.
Mueller-Dombois, D., P. M. Vitousek, and K. W. Bridges. Canopy dieback and ecosystem processes in Pacific forests: a progress report and research proposal. Hawaii Bot Sci. Paper No. 44. 100 pp.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Zum Baumgruppensterben in pazifischen Inselwäldern. Phytocoenologia 12: 1-8.
D. Classification and mapping of plant communities: a review with emphasis on
tropical vegetation. Pages 21-
Lamoureux, C. H. Restoration of native ecosystems. Pages 422-431 in: Hawai`i’s Terristrial Ecosystems: Preservation and Management. C. P. Stone and J. M. Scott, eds. Cooperative Nat. Park Studies Unit, University of Hawai`i, Honolulu. 584 pp.
L. L. and P. G. Scowcroft. Vegetation
response within exclosures in Hawai`i: a review. Pages 377-
Mueller-Dombois, D. 'Ōhi'a dieback in Hawaii: 1984 synthesis and evaluation. Pac. Sci. 39: 150-170.
Mueller-Dombois, D. The biological resource value of native forest in Hawai'i with special reference to the tropical lowland rainforest at Kalapana. 'Elepaio 45: 95-101.
Mueller-Dombois, D. 'Ohi'a dieback and protection management in the Hawaiian rainforest. Pages 103-474 in: Hawai'i’s Terrestrial Ecosystems: Preservation and Management. C. P. Stone and J. M. Scott, eds. Coop. National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Hawaii. 584 pp.
Dombois, D. Dieback in montane tropical
rainforests: Hawaii and Papua New Guinea.
C. W. Impact of alien plants on Hawaii’s
native biota. Pages 180-
Hawa`i’s Terrestrial Ecosystems: Preservation and Management. C. P. Stone and J. M. Scott, eds. Coop. National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Hawai`i, Honolulu. 584 pp.
Stone, C. P. Alien animals in Hawai`i’s native ecosystems: Toward controlling the adverse effects of introduced vertebrates. Pages 251-297 in: Hawaii’s Terrestrial Ecosystems: Preservation and Management. C. P. Stone and J. M. Scott, eds. Coop. National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Hawai`i, Honolulu. 584 pp.
Stone, C. P. and J. M. Scott, eds. Hawaii’s Terrestrial Ecosystems: Preservation and
Management. Coop. National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Hawai`i, Honolulu. 584 pp.
Hodges, C. S., K.T. Adee, J.D. Stein, K.B. Wood, and R.D. Decline of ohia (Metrosideros polymorpha) in Hawaii: a review. USDA Forest Service, Pacific S. W. Forest Range Expt. Sta. Tech. Rept. PSW 86. 22pp.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Perspectives for an etiology of stand-level dieback. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 17: 221-243.
Burton P.J. , D. Mueller-Dombois, and N. Balakrishnan. Effects of light intensity on the foliar nutrient content of field-grown Metrosideros polymorpha seedlings. J. Plant Nutrition 10: 663-676.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Natural dieback in forests. BioScience 37 (8): 575-583.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Forest dynamics in Hawai`i. Trends in Ecol. & Evol. 2 (7): 216-220
Mueller-Dombois, D. Waldsterben auf Hawai`i. Geographische Rundschau 39 (1): 39-43.
Matson, P.A., and P.M. Vitousek. Cross-system comparison of soil nitrogen transformations and nitrous oxide fluxes in tropical forests. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 1: 163–170.
Turner, D.R., and P.M. Vitousek. Nodule biomass of the nitrogen-fixing alien Myrica faya Ait. in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Pacific Science 41: 186–190.
Vitousek, P.M., L.L. Loope, and C.P. Stone. Introduced species in Hawai’i: Biological effects and opportunities for ecological research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2: 224–227.
Vitousek, P.M., L.R. Walker, L.D. Whiteaker, D. Mueller-Dombois, and P.A. Matson. Biological invasion by Myrica faya alters ecosystem development in Hawaii. Science 238: 802–804.
Whiteaker, L. D., and D. E. Gardner. The phenology and stand structure of Myrica
faya Ait. in Hawaii. CPSU/UH Tech.
Report No. 62,
Gerrish, G., D. Mueller-Dombois, and K. W. Bridges. Nutrient limitations in Metrosideros dieback forests in Hawai`i. Ecology 69: 723-727.
Gerrish, G. An explanation of natural forest dieback based on the “Pipe Model” analogy. GeoJournal 17: 295-299.
Itow, S. and D. Mueller-Dombois. Population structure, stand-level dieback and recovery of Scalesia pedunculata forest in the Galapagos Islands. Ecol. Research 3: 333-339.
Jacobi, J. D., G. Gerrish, D. Mueller-Dombois, and L. Whiteaker. 1988. Stand-level dieback and Metrosideros regeneration in the montane rain forest of Hawaii. GeoJournal 17: 193-200.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Community organization and ecosystem theory. Can. J. Bot. 66: 2620-2625.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Towards a unifying theory for stand-level dieback. GeoJournal 17: 249-251.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Forest decline and dieback – a global ecological problem. Trends in Ecol. & Evol. 3: 310-312.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Vegetation dynamics and slope management in the mountains of the Hawaiian Islands. Env. Conservation 15: 255-260.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Stand-level dieback and ecosystem processes: a global perspective GeoJournal 17:162-164.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Canopy dieback and ecosystem processes in the
Pacific area. Congress plenary presentation.
Vitousek, P.M. Diversity and biological invasions of oceanic islands. p. 181-189. In Wilson, E.O. (ed.), BioDiversity. National Academy Press.
Vitousek, P.M. and P.A. Matson. Nitrogen transformations in tropical forest soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 20: 361–367.
Vitousek, P.M., P.A, Matson, and D.R. Turner. Elevational and age gradients in Hawaiian montane rainforest: foliar and soil nutrients. Oecologia 77: 565–570.
Walker, L.R., and L.D. Whiteaker. Rust prevention on dendrometer bands. Biotropica 20: 336–337.
Wright, R.A. and D. Mueller-Dombois. Relationship among shrub population
structure. species associations, seedling root form and early volcanic
succession, Hawai`i. Pages 87-
Gower, S.T., and P.M. Vitousek. Effects of nutrient amendments on fine root biomass in a primary successional forest in Hawai’i. Oecologia 81: 566–568.
Loope, L. and D. Mueller-Dombois. Characteristics of invaded islands, with special reference to Hawai`i. John Wiley & Sons. SCOPE 37:257-280.
Van der Hammen, T., D. Mueller-Dombois, and M.A. Little. Manual of Methods for Mountain Transect Studies. – Comparative Studies of Tropical Mountain Ecosystems. Decade of the Tropics Program of IUBS (Intern. Union of Biol. Sci.). Paris. 66 p.
Vitousek, P.M., P.A. Matson, and K. Van Cleve. Nitrogen availability and nitrification during succession: primary, secondary, and old-field seres. Plant and Soil 115: 229–239.
Vitousek, P.M., P.A. Matson, C. Volkmann, J.M. Maass, and G. Garcia. Nitrous oxide flux from seasonally-dry tropical forests: a survey. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 3: 375–382.
Vitousek, P.M., G. Shearer, and D.H. Kohl. Foliar 15N natural abundance in Hawaiian rainforest: patterns and possible mechanisms. Oecologia 78: 383–388.
Vitousek, P.M., and L.R. Walker. Biological invasion by Myrica faya in Hawai’i: plant demography, nitrogen fixation, and ecosystem effects. Ecological Monographs 59: 247–265.
Aplet, G.H. Alteration of earthworm community biomass by the alien Myrica faya in Hawai’i. Oecologia 82: 414–416.
Cuddihy, L. W. and C. P. Stone. Alteration
of Native Hawaiian Vegetation: Effects of Humans, Their Activities and
Introductions. Coop. Nat. Park
Resource Studies Unit. University of
Hawai`i at Manoa,
Huenneke, L.F., and P.M. Vitousek. Seedling and clonal recruitment of the invasive tree Psidium cattleianum: implications for management of native Hawaiian forests. Biological Conservation 53: 199–211.
Matson, P.A. Plant-soil interactions in primary succession at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Oecologia 85: 241–246.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Forest decline and soil nutritional problems in the Pacific area. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 54: 195–207.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Impoverishment in Pacific island forests.
Mueller-Dombois, D. and
J.G. Goldammer. Fire in tropical
ecosystems and global environmental change. Pages 46-
Mueller-Dombois, D., and L. Loope. Some unique ecological aspects of oceanic island ecosystems. Monogr. Syst. Bot. Missouri Bot. Gard. 32: 21–27.
Mueller-Dombois, D., and L. D. Whiteaker. Plants associated with Myrica faya and two other pioneer trees on a recent volcanic surface in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Phytocoenologia 19: 29-41.
Vitousek, P.M. Biological invasions and ecosystem processes: towards an integration of population biology and ecosystem studies. Oikos 57: 7–13.
Vitousek, P.M., C.B. Field, and P.A. Matson. Variation in foliar d13C in Hawaiian Metrosideros polymorpha: a case of internal resistance? Oecologia 84: 362–370.
Walker, L.R. Germination of an invading tree species in Hawaii. Biotropica 22: 140–145.
Woodward, S.A., P.M. Vitousek, K.A. Matson, R.F. Hughes, K. Benvenuto, and P.A. Matson. Avian use of the introduced nitrogen-fixer Myrica faya in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Pacific Science 44: 88–93.
Aradhya, K.M., D. Mueller-Dombois, and T.A. Ranker. Genetic evidence for recent and incipient speciation in the evolution of Hawaiian Metrosideros (Myrtaceae). Heredity 67: 129–138.
Hughes, R.F., P.M. Vitousek, and J.T. Tunison. Effects of invasion by fire-enhancing C4 grasses on native shrubs in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Ecology 72: 743–747.
Mueller-Dombois, D. The mosaic theory and the spatial dynamics of natural dieback and regeneration in Pacific forests. p. 46–60. In H. Remmert (ed.), The Mosaic Cycle Concept of Ecosystems. Ecol. Studies Vol. 85. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. 168 p.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Stand demography and vegetation change. Coenoses 6 (3): 139–141.
Vitousek, P.M., and R.W. Howarth. Nitrogen limitation on land and in the sea: how can it occur? Biogeochemistry 13: 87–115.
Vitousek, P.M., and P.A. Matson. Gradient analysis of ecosystems. p. 287–298. In Cole, J.J., G. Lovett, and S. Findlay (eds.), Comparative Analysis of Ecosystems: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Theories. Springer-Verlag.
Walker, L.R., and P.M. Vitousek. Interactions of an alien and a native tree during primary succession in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Ecology 72: 1449–1455.
D’Antonio, C.M., and P.M. Vitousek. Biological invasions by exotic grasses, the grass-fire cycle, and global change. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 23: 63–87.
Drake, D.R. Seed dispersal of Metrosideros polymorpha (Myrtaceae): a pioneer tree of Hawaiian lava flows. Am. J. Bot. 79: 1224–1228.
Kitayama, K., and D. Mueller-Dombois. Vegetation of the wet windward slope of Mt. Haleakala, Maui, Hawaii. Pac. Sci 46: 197–220.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Distributional dynamics in the Hawaiian vegetation. Pac. Sci. 46: 221–231.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Preserving biodiversity. p. 303–318. In A. Qreshi (ed.), Forests in a Changing Climate. North American Conference on Forestry Responses to Climate Change, May 15-17, 1990. Washington, D.C. Published by Climate Institute, 324 Fourth St., NE, Wash. E.C. 446 p.
Mueller-Dombois, D. The formation of island ecosystems. GeoJournal 28(2): 293–296.
Mueller-Dombois, D. A global perspective on forest decline. Env. Toxicology & Chem. 11: 1069–1076.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Potential effects of the increase in carbon dioxide and climate change on the dynamics of vegetation. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 64: 61–79.
Mueller-Dombois, D. (ed) Vegetation ecology of the Pacific Islands: a symposium in honor of F. Raymond Fosberg. Pac. Sci. 46 No. 2.
Mueller-Dombois, D, Sustainable forestry: the role of eucalypts and lessons from natural and artificial monoculture systems. South African Forest Journal 162: 57-59.
Mueller-Dombois, D. A natural dieback theory, cohort senescence
as alternative to the decline disease theory. Pages 26-
Raich, J.W., and W.H. Schlesinger. The global carbon dioxide flux in soil respiration and its relation to vegetation and climate. Tellus 44B: 81–99.
Townsend, A., P.M. Vitousek, and E. Holland. Tropical soils could dominate the short-term carbon cycle feedbacks to increased global temperatures. Climatic Change 22: 293–303.
Tunison, J. T., L. D. Whiteaker, L. W. Cuddihy, A. M. LaRosa, D. V. Kageler, M. R. Gates, N. G. Zimmer, and L. Stemmermann. The distribution of selected localized alien plant species in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. CPSU/UH Tech. Report 84, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Vitousek, P.M. Perspectives on the nitrogen cycle. p. 151–163. In Moore, B., and D.S. Schimel (eds.), Trace Gases and the Biosphere. Office of Interdisciplinary Earth Studies, University Corp. for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado.
Vitousek, P.M. Global environmental change: An introduction. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 23: 1–14.
Vitousek, P.M. Effects of alien plants on native ecosystems. p. 29–41. In Stone, C.P., C.W. Smith, and J.T. Tunison (eds.), Alien Plant Invasions in Native Ecosystems of Hawai’i: Management and Research. Cooperative National Park Resources Study Unit, University of Hawaii.
Vitousek, P.M., G. Aplet, D.R. Turner, and J.J. Lockwood. The Mauna Loa environmental matrix: foliar and soil nutrients. Oecologia 89: 372–382.
Aradhya, K.M., D. Mueller-Dombois, and T.A. Ranker. Genetic structure and differentiation in Metrosideros polymorpha (Myrtaceae) along altitudinal gradients in Maui, Hawai’i. Genetic Res., Camb. 61: 159–170.
Drake, D.R. Germination requirements of Metrosideros polymorpha, the dominant tree of Hawaiian lava flows and rain forests. Biotropica 25: 461–467.
Drake, D.R., and D. Mueller-Dombois. Population development of rain forest trees on a chronosequence of Hawaiian lava flows. Ecology 74: 1012–1019.
Huettl, R.F. and D. Mueller-Dombois. eds. Forest Decline in The Atlantic and Pacific Regions. Springer-Verlag. N.Y. 366 p.
Hughes, F., and P.M. Vitousek. Barriers to shrub reestablishment following fire in seasonal submontane woodland in Hawaii. Oecologia 93: 557–563.
Kim, K.-R., and H. Craig. Nitrogen-15 and oxygen-18 characteristics of nitrous oxide: A global perspective. Science 262: 1855–1856.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Biotic impoverishment and climate change: Global causes of forest decline? p. 338–348 in R.F. Huettl and D. Mueller-Dombois (eds.), Forest Decline in the Atlantic and Pacific Regions. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg. 366 p.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Forest decline in the Hawaiian Islands: A brief summary. p. 229–235 in R.F. Huettl and D. Mueller-Dombois (eds.), Forest Decline in the Atlantic and Pacific Regions. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg. 366 p.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Dr. Vladimir J. Krajina, 1908-1993. Haw. Bot. Soc. Newsletter 32: 52-54.
Stemmermann, L., and T. Ihsle. Repalcement of Metrosideros polymorpha, `Ohi`a, in Hawaiian dry forest succession. Biotropica 25: 36-45.
Vitousek, P.M. Global dynamics and ecosystem processes: Scaling up or scaling down? p. 169–177. In Ehleringer, J.R., and C.B. Field (eds), Scaling Physiological Processes: Leaf to Globe. Academic Press, San Diego.
Vitousek, P.M., and D.U. Hooper. Biological diversity and terrestrial ecosystem biogeochemistry. p. 3–14. In Schulze, D., and H.A. Mooney (eds), Biological Diversity and Ecosystem Function. Springer-Verlag.
Vitousek, P.M., L.R. Walker, L.D. Whiteaker, and P.A. Matson. Nutrient limitation to plant growth during primary succession in Hawaii. Volcanoes National Park. Biogeochemistry 23: 197–215.
Walker, L.R. Nitrogen fixers and species replacements in primary succession. p. 249–272 in J. Miles and D.W.H. Walton (eds.), Primary Succession on Land. Blackwell Scientific, Oxford.
Aplet, G.H., and P.M. Vitousek. An age-elevation matrix analysis of Hawaiian rainforest succession. Journal of Ecology 82: 137–147.
Bean, C., J.O. Juvik, and D. Nullet. Mountain evaporation profiles on the Island of Hawaii. Journal of Hydrology 156: 181–192.
Chadwick, O.A., C.G. Olson, D.M. Hendricks, E.F. Kelly, and R.T. Gavenda. Quantifying climatic effects on mineral weathering and neoformation in Hawaii, Proceedings of the 15th International Soil Science Congress 8a: 94–105.
Joel, G., G. Aplet, and P.M. Vitousek. Leaf morphology along environmental gradients in Hawaiian Metrosideros polymorpha. Biotropica 26: 17–22.
Juvik, J.O., and D. Nullet. A climate transect through tropical montane rainforest in Hawaii. J. Applied Meteorology 33: 1304–1312.
Karpa, D.M., and P.M. Vitousek. Successional development of a Hawaiian montane grassland. Biotropica 26: 2–11.
Kitayama, K., and D. Mueller-Dombois. An altitudinal transect analysis of the windward vegetation on Haleakala, a Hawaiian island mountain: (1) climate and soils. Phytocoenologia 24: 41–133.
Kitayama, K., and D. Mueller-Dombois. An altitudinal transect analysis of the windward vegetation on Haleakala, a Hawaiian island mountain: (2) vegetation zonation. Phytocoenologia 24: 135–154.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Vegetation dynamics and the evolution of Metrosideros polymorpha in Hawai’i. Phytocoenologia 24: 609–614.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Raymond Fosberg: The professional history of an outstanding botanist. Haw. Bot. Soc. Newsletter 33: 4-7.
Raich, J.W., R.H. Riley, and P.M. Vitousek. Use of root-ingrowth cores to assess nutrient limitations in forest ecosystems. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24: 2135–2138.
Vitousek, P.M. Factors controlling ecosystem structure and function. p. 87–97. In Amundson, R., J. Harden, and M. Singer (eds.), Factors of Soil Formation; a 50th Anniversary Symposium. Special Publication of the Soil Science Society of America.
Vitousek, P.M. Potential nitrogen fixation during primary succession in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Biotropica 26: 234–240.
Vitousek, P.M., D.R. Turner, W.J. Parton, and R.L. Sanford. Litter decomposition on the Mauna Loa environmental matrix, Hawaii: Patterns, mechanisms, and models. Ecology 75: 418–429.
Walker, L.R., and G.H. Aplet. Growth and fertilization responses of Hawaiian tree ferns. Biotropica 26: 378–383.
Akashi, Y., and D. Mueller-Dombois. A landscape perspective of the Hawaiian rainforest dieback. J. Veg. Sci. 6: 449–464.
Crews, T.E., K. Kitayama, J. Fownes, D. Herbert, D. Mueller-Dombois, R.H. Riley, and P.M. Vitousek. Changes in soil phosphorus and ecosystem dynamics across a long soil chronosequence in Hawai’i. Ecology 76: 1407–1424.
D’Antonio, C.M., and T. Dudley. Biological invasions as agents of change on islands versus mainlands. In Vitousek et al. (eds.) Ecological Studies 115: 103–121. Springer-Verlag.
Gavenda, R., C. Smith, O. Chadwick, and E. Kelly. Fertility status of volcanic ash soils along a climatic gradient, Hawaii, USA. Pp. 273–281 in A. Schulte and D. Ruhiyat (eds) Soils of Tropical Forest Ecosystems: Proc. of the 3rd Conference on Forest Soils, Intn’l Soil Sci. Soc., Indonesia.
Harrington, R.A., J.H. Fownes, F.C. Meinzer, and P.G. Scowcroft. Forest growth along a rainfall gradient in Hawaii: Acacia koa stand structure productivity, foliar nutrients, and water- and nutrient-use efficiencies. Oecologia 102: 277–284
Herbert, D.A., and J.H. Fownes. Phosphorus limitation of forest leaf area and net primary productivity on a weathered tropical soil. Biogeochemistry 29: 223–235.
Holland, E.A., A.R. Townsend, and P.M. Vitousek. Variation in temperature regulation of CO2 fluxes and N mineralization from five Hawaiian soils: Implications for a changing climate. Global Change Biology 1: 115–123.
Imhoff, M.L. Radar backscatter and biomass saturation: ramifications for global biomass inventory. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 33: 511–518.
Imhoff, M.L. A theoretical analysis of the effect of forest structure on synthetic aperature radar backscatter and the remote sensing of biomass. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 33: 341–352.
Kitayama, K., and D. Mueller-Dombois. Biological invasion on an oceanic island mountain: Do alien species have wider ecological amplitudes than native species? J. Veg. Sci. 6: 667–674.
Kitayama, K., and D. Mueller-Dombois. Vegetation changes along gradients of long-term soil development in the Hawaiian montane rain forest zone. Vegetatio 120: 1–20.
Kitayama, K., D. Mueller-Dombois, and P.M. Vitousek. Primary succession of the Hawaiian montane rainforest on a chronosequence of eight lava flows. Journal of Vegetation Science 6: 211–222.
Lohse, K.A., D. Nullet, and P.M. Vitousek. The effects of an extreme drought on the vegetation of a single lava flow on Mauna Loa, Hawaii. Pacific Science 49: 212–220.
Mueller-Dombois, D. Biological diversity and disturbance regimes in island ecosystems. p. 163–175 in P.M. Vitousek and H. Adserson (eds.), Islands: Biological Diversity and Ecosystem Function. Ecol. Studies 115. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, N.Y. 238 p.
Mueller-Dombois, D. R. Lani Stemmermann, 1952–1995. Haw. Bot. Soc. Newsletter 34(2): 28-33.
Nullet, D., J.O. Juvik, and A. Wall. A Hawaiian montane climate cross-section. Climate Research 5: 131–137.
Raich, J.W., and C.S. Potter. Seasonal resolution of global patterns in soil carbon dioxide fluxes. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 10: 23–41.
Riley, R.H. and P.M. Vitousek. Nutrient dynamics and trace gas flux during ecosystem development in Hawaiian montane rainforest. Ecology 76: 292–304.
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