Condo TM, Reinhardt K. 2019. Large variation in branch and branch-tip hydraulic functional traits in Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) approaching lower treeline. Tree Physiol tpz058, https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpz058
Augustine SP, Reinhardt K. 2019. Differences in morphological and physiological plasticity in two species of first-year conifer seedlings exposed to drought result in distinct survivorship patterns. Tree Physiol tpz048, https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpz048
Brodersen CR, Germino MJ, Johnson DM, Reinhardt K, Smith WK, Resler LM, Bader MY, Sala A, Kueppers LM, Broll G, Cairns DM, Holtmeier F-K, Wieser G. 2019. Seedling survival at timberline is critical to conifer mountain forest elevation and extent. Front For Glob Change https://doi.org/10.3389/ffgc.2019.00009
Reinhardt K, McAbee KM, Germino MJ. 2018. Changes in structure and physiological functioning due to experimentally enhanced precipitation seasonality in a widespread shrub species. Plant Ecol https://doi.org/10.1007/s11258-018-0845-z.
Winkler DE, Butz RJ , Germino MJ , Reinhardt K, Kueppers LM, 2018. Snowmelt timing regulates community composition, phenology, and physiological performance of alpine plants. Front Plant Sci https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2018.01140.
Henry D. Adams, Melanie J. B. Zeppel, William R. L. Anderegg, Henrik Hartmann, Simon M. Landhäusser, David T. Tissue, Travis E. Huxman, Patrick J. Hudson, Trenton E. Franz, Craig D. Allen, Leander D. L. Anderegg, Greg A. Barron-Gafford, David J. Beerling, David D. Breshears, Timothy J. Brodribb, Harald Bugmann, Richard C. Cobb, Adam D. Collins, L. Turin Dickman, Honglang Duan, Brent E. Ewers, Lucía Galiano, David A. Galvez, Núria Garcia-Forner, Monica L. Gaylord, Matthew J. Germino, Arthur Gessler, Uwe G. Hacke, Rodrigo Hakamada, Andy Hector, Michael W. Jenkins, Jeffrey M. Kane, Thomas E. Kolb, Darin J. Law, James D. Lewis, Jean-Marc Limousin, David M. Love, Alison K. Macalady, Jordi Martínez-Vilalta, Maurizio Mencuccini, Patrick J. Mitchell, Jordan D. Muss, Michael J. O’Brien, Anthony P. O’Grady, Robert E. Pangle, Elizabeth A. Pinkard, Frida I. Piper, Jennifer A. Plaut, William T. Pockman, Joe Quirk, Keith Reinhardt, Francesco Ripullone, Michael G. Ryan, Anna Sala, Sanna Sevanto, John S. Sperry, Rodrigo Vargas, Michel Vennetier, Danielle A. Way, Chonggang Xu, Enrico A. Yepez and Nate G. McDowell. 2017. A multi-species synthesis of physiological mechanisms in drought-induced tree mortality. Nature Ecology & Evolution 1:1285–1291.
McAbee KM, Reinhardt K, Germino MJ, Bosworth A. 2017. Response of aboveground carbon balance to long-term, experimental enhancements in precipitation seasonality is contingent on plant community type in cold-desert rangelands. Oecologia. 183:861-874.
Amy-Sagers C, Reinhardt K, Larson D. 2017. Ecotoxicological assessments show sucralose and fluoxetine affect the aquatic plant, Lemna minor. Aquatic Ecotoxicology 185:76-85.
Reinhardt K, Smith WK. 2016. Chlorophyll fluorescence and photosynthetic gas exchange under direct versus diffuse light in evergreen conifer (Picea pungens) shoots and broadleaf shrub (Rhododendron ponticum) leaves. Plant Ecology 217:443-450.
Berry ZC, Johnson DM, and Reinhardt K. 2015. Vegetation zonation patterns across a temperate mountain cloud-forest ecotone are not explained by variation in hydraulic functioning or water relations. Tree Physiology 35:925-935.
Reinhardt K, Germino MJ, Kueppers LM, Domec JC, Mitton J. 2015. Linking carbon and water relations to drought-induced mortality in Pinus flexilis seedlings. Tree Physiology 35:771-782.
Germino MJ, Reinhardt K. 2014. Desert shrub responses to experimental modification
of precipitation seasonality and soil depth: relationship to the two-layer hypothesis and ecohydrological niche. J Ecology 102:989-997.
Reinhardt K, Castanha, C, Germino MJ, and Kueppers LM. 2011. Ecophysiological variation in two provenances of Pinus flexilis seedlings across an elevation gradient from forest to alpine. Tree Physiology 31:615-625.
Johnson DM, McCulloh K, and Reinhardt K. 2011. Physiological and structural changes during the earliest phases of tree growth. Invited chapter for Dawson TE, Meinzer FC and B Lachenbruch [eds.] Size- and Age-Related Changes in Tree Structure and Function, Springer.
Bansal S*, Reinhardt K*, and Germino MJ*. 2010. Linking carbon balance to establishment patterns: comparison of whitebark pine and Engelmann spruce seedlings along an herb cover exposure gradient at treeline. Plant Ecology 212:219-228. *all authors contributed equally.
Reinhardt K, Smith WK, and Carter GA. 2010. Clouds and cloud immersion alter photosynthetic light quality in a temperate mountain cloud forest. Botany 88:462-470.
Hughes NM, Reinhardt K, Feild T, and Smith WK. 2010. Drought stress and winter anthocyanin production are not associated in angiosperm evergreen species. J. Exp. Bot. 61:699-1709.
Smith WK, Germino MJ, Johnson DM, and Reinhardt K. 2009. The altitude of alpine treeline: a bellwether of climate change effects. Bot. Rev. 75:163-190.
Reinhardt K, Johnson DM, and Smith WK. 2009. Age-class differences in shoot photosynthesis and water relations of Fraser fir (Abies fraseri), southern Appalachian Mountains, USA. Can. J. For. Res. 39:193-197.
Reinhardt K, Smith WK 2008. Impacts of cloud immersion on microclimate, photosynthesis, and water relations of Abies fraseri (Pursh.) Poiret in a temperate mountain cloud forest. Oecologia 158:229-238.
Reinhardt K, Smith WK 2008. Leaf gas exchange in relict spruce-fir cloud forests of the southern Appalachian Mountains, USA. Tree Physiology 28:113-122.
Smith WK, Johnson DM, and Reinhardt K. 2008. Alpine Forests. In Encyclopedia of Ecology. Elsevier Press, Amsterdam.
Reinhardt K, Furman TS 2008. Catastrophic flood effects on stream biogeochemistry in a headwater stream in Shenandoah National Park, USA. Hydrol. Process. 22:3759-3771.
Reinhardt K, Emanuel R. 2009. Christmas tree carbon science, part II: current research projects Limbs & Needles 37: 25. (NC Christmas Tree Growers Association Newsletter).
Reinhardt K, Emanuel R. 2009. Christmas tree carbon science, part I: what is it and why should you be interested? Limbs & Needles 36: 12-13. (NC Christmas Tree Growers Association Newsletter).