Chris Oishi, Research Ecologist

Chris Oishi

Research Emphasis:

Forest ecosystem ecology, plant physiology, and ecohydrology

Contact Information:

Primary Organization:  USDA Forest Service

Mailing Address:

A. Christopher Oishi
Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory
3160 Coweeta Lab Road
Otto, NC 28763

Office Phone:  828-524-2128, x. 127


CWT Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)

Journal Articles

Tor-ngern, P., Oren, R., Oishi, A. C., Uebelherr, J. M., Palmroth, S., Tarvainen, L., Ottosson-Löfvenius, M., Linder, S., Domec, J.-C. and Näsholm, T. (2017), Ecophysiological variation of transpiration of pine forests: synthesis of new and published results. Ecol Appl, 27: 118–133. doi:10.1002/eap.1423

Novick, K. A., Oishi, A. C. and Miniat, C. F. (2016), Cold air drainage flows subsidize montane valley ecosystem productivity. Glob Change Biol. doi:10.1111/gcb.13320

Novick, K.A., Oishi, A.C., Ward, E.J., Siqueira, M.B., Juang, J.-Y. and Stoy, P.C. 2015. On the difference in the net ecosystem exchange of CO2 between deciduous and evergreen forests in the southeastern United States. Global Change Biology. 21(2):827-842. (DOI: doi 10.1111/gcb.12723)

Kim, Dohyoung; Oren, Ram; Oishi, A. Christopher; Hsieh, Cheng-I; Phillips, Nathan; Novick, Kimberly A.; Stoy, Paul C. 2014. Sensitivity of stand transpiration to wind velocity in a mixed broadleaved deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 187: 62-27.

Oishi, A.C., Palmroth, S., Johnsen, K.H., McCarthy, H.R. and Oren, R. 2014. Sustained effects of atmospheric [CO2] and nitrogen availability on forest soil CO2 efflux. Global Change Biology. 20:1146-1160.

Sulman, B.N., Phillips, R.P., Oishi, A.C., Shevliakova, E. and Pacala, S.W. 2014. Microbe-driven turnover offsets mineral-mediated storage of soil carbon under elevated CO2. Nature Climate Change. 4:1099-1102. (DOI: Doi: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2436)