James F. Reynolds

Professor Emeritus

Office: 
130 Science Dr., Biological Sciences Bldg., Rm 137-BOX 90338, Durham, NC 27708
Campus Box: 
90338
Phone: 
(919) 660-7404
Fax: 
(919)-660-7293

Lab Site: http://www.nicholas.duke.edu/people/faculty/reynolds.html

Research Interests: 

Research in my lab focuses on the direct effects of disturbance (e.g., drought, overgrazing, land-use change) on dryland ecosystems. My main interest is desertification (land degradation in drylands), a phenomenon often equated to a reduction in the biological and economic potential of land to support human populations, livestock and wild herbivores and which, ultimately, is linked to global environmental change through climate, biodiversity loss, human dimensions, and land use change. The long-term goals are to develop a quantitative understanding of dryland degradation in the context of the balance between natural and social systems, and through collaborations with socio-economic researchers, to address questions of direct relevance to human societies in these systems. In 2002 I established ARIDnet (the Assessment, Research, and Integration of Desertification research network; pdf available at: http://www.biology.duke.edu/aridnet/pdfs/NL_54_2_IGBPCitation.pdf), which is an NSF-supported initiative on global desertification that emphasizes the interdependencies of natural and human systems as mechanisms of dryland degradation. ARIDnet evolved out of a belief that there is a pressing need for new and creative interdisciplinary approaches for addressing the global problem of desertification that transcends regional and disciplinary concerns. Background information and further details can be found at http://www.biology.duke.edu/aridnet/). At the core of an integrated, coupled systems approach to the study of dryland ecosystems is the Patch Arid Lands Simulator (PALS), a physiologically-based model that simulates 1-dimensional fluxes of carbon (C), nitrogen (N), and water in a representative patch of vegetation. Students and postdocs in my lab have used PALS to explore potential whole ecosystem response to changes in (i) forcing functions (air temperature, size and timing of precipitation events, elevated CO2); (ii) system structure (e.g., shifts in plant functional type composition); and (iii) system function (changes in NEE, soil respiration, etc.). PALS was originally developed and validated for the northern Chihuahuan Desert, but has been modified for all of the warm deserts of North America, e.g., a comparative analysis of ecosystem responses to precipitation variability from 1915 to 2000 across a gradient of warm desert sites [Las Vegas, NV (Mojave), Tucson, AZ (Sonoran), and Jornada Experimental Range, NM (Chihuahuan) (Reynolds et al. 2004 Oecologia 141:194–210).

Integrated assessment of complex human-environmental systems; Land degradation and desertification in global drylands; Conceptual frameworks and models to advance the science of dryland development

Education

  • Ph.D. 1974, New Mexico State University

  • MS 1971, University of Wyoming

  • BS 1969, Northern Arizona University

Papers Published

Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment, 3, 2016
Abbott, BW; Jones, JB; Schuur, EAG; Chapin III, FS; Bowden, WB; Bret-Harte, MS; Epstein, HE; Flannigan, MD; Harms, TK; Hollingsworth, TN; Mack, MC; McGuire, AD; Natali, SM; Rocha, AV; Tank, SE; Turetsky, MR; Vonk, JE; Wickland, KP; Aiken, GR; Alexander, HD; Amon, RMW; Benscoter, BW; Bergeron, Y; Bishop, K; Blarquez, O; Ben Bond-Lamberty, ; Breen, AL; Buffam, I; Cai, Y; Carcaillet, C; Carey, SK; Chen, JM; Chen, HYH; Christensen, TR; Cooper, LW; Cornelissen, JHC; de Groot, WJ; DeLuca, TH et al., Environmental Research Letters. 11 vol. (3); pp. 034014-034014

Hydrological and ecological responses of ecosystems to extreme precipitation regimes: A test of empirical-based hypotheses with an ecosystem model, 10, 2016
Ye, J-S; Reynolds, JF; Maestre, FT; Li, F-M, Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics. 22 pp. 36-46

A novel approach to assess livestock management effects on biodiversity of drylands, 3, 2015
Chillo, V; Ojeda, RA; Anand, M; Reynolds, JF, Ecological Indicators. 50 pp. 69-78

Changes in evapotranspiration and phenology as consequences of shrub removal in dry forests of central Argentina, 10, 2015
Marchesini, VA; Fernández, RJ; Reynolds, JF; Sobrino, JA; Di Bella, CM, Ecohydrology. 8 vol. (7); pp. 1304-1311

A mechanistic-bioclimatic modeling analysis of the potential impact of climate change on biomes of the Tibetan Plateau., 8, 2014
Ye, J-S; Reynolds, JF; Li, F-M, Ecology. 95 vol. (8); pp. 2109-2120

Earthworms modify plant biomass and nitrogen capture under conditions of soil nutrient heterogeneity and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations, 11, 2014
García-Palacios, P; Maestre, FT; Bradford, MA; Reynolds, JF, Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 78 pp. 182-188

Impacts of increased variability in precipitation and air temperature on net primary productivity of the Tibetan Plateau: A modeling analysis, 0, 2013
Ye, JS; Reynolds, JF; Sun, GJ; Li, FM, Climatic Change. 119 vol. (2); pp. 321-332

Contingency in ecosystem but not plant community response to multiple global change factors, 2012
Bradford, MA; Wood, SA; Maestre, FT; Reynolds, JF; Warren, RJ, New Phytologist. (2012) 196 vol. (2); pp. 462-471

Impacts of shrub encroachment on ecosystem structure and functioning: Towards a global synthesis, 2011
Eldridge, DJ; Bowker, MA; Maestre, FT; Roger, E; Reynolds, JF; Whitford, WG, Ecology Letters. (2011) 14 vol. (7); pp. 709-722

Scientific concepts for an integrated analysis of desertification, 2011
Reynolds, JF; Grainger, A; Smith, DMS; Bastin, G; Garcia-Barrios, L; Fernández, RJ; Janssen, MA; Jürgens, N; Scholes, RJ; Veldkamp, A; Verstraete, MM; Maltitz, GV; Zdruli, P, Land Degradation and Development. (2011) 22 vol. (2); pp. 166-183

Towards a global drylands observing system: Observational requirements and institutional solutions, 2011
Verstraete, MM; Hutchinson, CF; Grainger, A; Smith, MS; Scholes, RJ; Reynolds, JF; Barbosa, P; Léon, A; Mbow, C, Land Degradation and Development. (2011) 22 vol. (2); pp. 198-213

Looking back on a decade of the Dryland Development Paradigm, 2011
Stafford Smith DM, Fernandez RA, JF REYNOLDS, (2011) pp. 746-751

Changing human-ecological relationships and drivers using the Quesungual agroforestry system in western Honduras, 2010
Ayarza, M; Huber-Sannwald, E; Herrick, JE; Reynolds, JF; Garca-Barrios, L; Welchez, LA; Lentes, P; Pavón, J; Morales, J; Alvarado, A; Pinedo, M; Baquera, N; Zelaya, S; Pineda, R; Amézquita, E; Trejo, M, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. (2010) 25 vol. (3); pp. 219-227

Decreased mass specific respiration under experimental warming is robust to the microbial biomass method employed, 0, 2009
Bradford, MA; Wallenstein, MD; Allison, SD; Treseder, KK; Frey, SD; Watts, BW; Davies, CA; Maddox, TR; Melillo, JM; Mohan, JE; Reynolds, JF, Ecology Letters. 12 vol. (7); pp. E15-E18

Responses of dryland soil respiration and soil carbon pool size to abrupt vs. gradual and individual vs. combined changes in soil temperature, precipitation, and atmospheric [CO<sub>2</sub> ]: A simulation analysis, 0, 2009
Shen, W; Reynolds, JF; Hui, D, Global Change Biology. 15 vol. (9); pp. 2274-2294

Soil carbon stocks in experimental mesocosms are dependent on the rate of labile carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus inputs to soils, 0, 2008
Bradford, MA; Fierer, N; Reynolds, JF, Functional Ecology. 22 vol. (6); pp. 964-974

Thermal adaptation of soil microbial respiration to elevated temperature, 2008
Bradford, MA; Davies, CA; Frey, SD; Maddox, TR; Melillo, JM; Mohan, JE; Reynolds, JF; Treseder, KK; Wallenstein, MD, Ecology Letters. (2008) 11 vol. (12); pp. 1316-1327

Un nuevo paradigma para el entendimiento y el combate de la desertificación, 2008
REYNOLDS, ; JF, ; Herrick, JE; Huber-Sannwald, E, Revista Habitat. (2008) 75 pp. 4-9

La sustentabilidad de la producción de la quinua en el Altiplano Sur de Bolivia: Aplicación del paradigma de desarrollo de zonas secas, 2008
REYNOLDS, ; JF, ; Herrick, JE; Huber-Sannwald, E, Revista Habitat. (2008) 75 pp. 10-17

Nonlinear root-derived carbon sequestration across a gradient of nitrogen and phosphorous deposition in experimental mesocosms, 0, 2008
Bradford, MA; Fierer, N; Jackson, RB; Maddox, TR; Reynolds, JF, Global Change Biology. 14 vol. (5); pp. 1113-1124

Global desertification: building a science for dryland development., May 11, 2007
Reynolds, JF; Smith, DMS; Lambin, EF; Turner, BL; Mortimore, M; Batterbury, SPJ; Downing, TE; Dowlatabadi, H; Fernández, RJ; Herrick, JE; Huber-Sannwald, E; Jiang, H; Leemans, R; Lynam, T; Maestre, FT; Ayarza, M; Walker, B, Science. (May 11, 2007) 316 vol. (5826); pp. 847-851

Biomass responses to elevated CO2, soil heterogeneity and diversity: an experimental assessment with grassland assemblages., 2007
Maestre, FT; Reynolds, JF, Oecologia. (2007) 151 vol. (3); pp. 512-520

Individual vs. population plastic responses to elevated CO2, nutrient availability, and heterogeneity: a microcosm experiment with co-occurring species, Spring, 2007
Maestre, ; FT, ; Quero, JL; Valladares, F; REYNOLDS, JF, Plant & Soil. (Spring, 2007) 296 vol. (1/2); pp. 53-64

Amount or pattern? Grassland responses to the heterogeneity and availability of two key resources., Spring, 2007
Maestre, FT; Reynolds, JF, Ecology. (Spring, 2007) 88 vol. (2); pp. 501-511

Individual vs. population plastic responses to elevated CO<sub>2</sub>, nutrient availability, and heterogeneity: A microcosm experiment with co-occurring species, 0, 2007
Maestre, FT; Quero, JL; Valladares, F; Reynolds, JF, Plant and Soil. 296 vol. (1-2); pp. 53-64

Cutting through confusion. A new paradigm for understanding the interrelated factors that make up desertification, so as better to combat it, July, 2006
REYNOLDS James, F, Our Planet. (July, 2006) 17 pp. 26-27

Nutrient availability and atmospheric CO2 partial pressure modulate the effects of nutrient heterogeneity on the size structure of populations in grassland species., July, 2006
Maestre, FT; Reynolds, JF, Annals of Botany (Elsevier). (July, 2006) 98 vol. (1); pp. 227-235

Scaling terrestrial biogeochemical processes contrasting intact and model experimental systems, 12, 2006
Bradford, MA; Reynolds, JF, pp. 109-130

Ecohydrological feedbacks and linkages associated with land degradation: A case study from Mexico, 2006
Huber-Sannwald, E; Maestre, FT; Herrick, JE; Reynolds, JF, Hydrological Processes. (2006) 20 vol. (15); pp. 3395-3411

Gas exchange and carbon metabolism in two Prosopis species (Fabaceae) from semiarid habitats: Effects of elevated CO<sub>2</sub>, N supply, and N source, 0, 2006
Causin, HF; Rufty, TW; Reynolds, JF, American journal of botany. 93 vol. (5); pp. 716-723

The stress-gradient hypothesis does not fit all relationships between plant-plant interactions and abiotic stress: Further insights from arid environments, January, 2006
Maestre, FT; Valladares, F; Reynolds, JF, Journal of Ecology. (January, 2006) 94 vol. (1); pp. 17-22

Small-scale spatial heterogeneity in the vertical distribution of soil nutrients has limited effects on the growth and development of Prosopis glandulosa seedlings, March, 2006
Maestre, FT; Reynolds, JF, Plant Ecology. (March, 2006) 183 vol. (1); pp. 65-75

Comparison of belowground biomass in C<sub>3</sub>- and C <sub>4</sub>-dominated mixed communities in a Chesapeake Bay brackish marsh, April, 2006
Saunders, CJ; Megonigal, JP; Reynolds, JF, Plant and Soil. (April, 2006) 280 vol. (1-2); pp. 305-322

Ecological thresholds: The key to successful environmental management or an important concept with no practical application?, June, 2006
Groffman, PM; Baron, JS; Blett, T; Gold, AJ; Goodman, I; Gunderson, LH; Levinson, BM; Palmer, MA; Paerl, HW; Peterson, GD; Poff, NL; Rejeski, DW; Reynolds, JF; Turner, MG; Weathers, KC; Wiens, J, Ecosystems. (June, 2006) 9 vol. (1); pp. 1-13

Soil heterogeneity and community composition jointly influence grassland biomass, August, 2006
Maestre, FT; Bradford, MA; Reynolds, JF, Journal of Vegetation Science. (August, 2006) 17 vol. (3); pp. 261-270

Spatial heterogeneity in soil nutrient supply modulates nutrient and biomass responses to multiple global change drivers in model grassland communities, December, 2006
Maestre, FT; Reynolds, JF, Global Change Biology. (December, 2006) 12 vol. (12); pp. 2431-2441

Soil nutrient heterogeneity interacts with elevated CO2 and nutrient availability to determine species and assemblage responses in a model grassland community., 2005
Maestre, FT; Bradford, MA; Reynolds, JF, New Phytologist. (2005) 168 vol. (3); pp. 637-650

Soil nutrient heterogeneity interacts with elevated CO2 and nutrient availability to determine species and assemblage responses in a model grassland community, Winter, 2005
Maestre, FT, MA Bradford & JF REYNOLDS, New Phytologist. (Winter, 2005) 168 pp. 637-649

Aspectos socioeconómicos y biofísicos de la desertificación, 2005
REYNOLDS, ; JF, ; Maestre, FT; Huber-Sannwald, ; E, ; Herrick, ; J, ; Kemp, , Ecosistemas. (2005)

Is the change of plant-plant interactions with abiotic stress predictable? A meta-analysis of field results in arid environments, 2005
Maestre, FT; Valladares, F; Reynolds, JF, Journal of Ecology. (2005) 93 vol. (4); pp. 748-757

Simulating the dynamics of primary productivity of a Sonoran ecosystem: Model parameterization and validation, 2005
Shen, W; Wu, J; Kemp, PR; Reynolds, JF; Grimm, NB, Ecological Modelling. (2005) 189 vol. (1-2); pp. 1-24

Growth, nitrogen uptake, and metabolism in two semiarid shrubs grown at ambient and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations: effects of nitrogen supply and source., 2004
Causin, HF; Tremmel, DC; Rufty, TW; Reynolds, JF, American journal of botany. (2004) 91 vol. (4); pp. 565-572

Modifying the 'pulse-reserve' paradigm for deserts of North America: precipitation pulses, soil water, and plant responses., 2004
Reynolds, JF; Kemp, PR; Ogle, K; Fernández, RJ, Oecologia. (2004) 141 vol. (2); pp. 194-210

Plant responses to precipitation in desert ecosystems: integrating functional types, pulses, thresholds, and delays., 2004
Ogle, K; Reynolds, JF, Oecologia. (2004) 141 vol. (2); pp. 282-294

Nonlinearities, feedbacks and critical thresholds within the earth's climate system, 2004
Rial, JA; Sr, RAP; Beniston, M; Claussen, M; Canadell, J; Cox, P; Held, H; Noblet-Ducoudré, ND; Prinn, R; Reynolds, JF; Salas, JD, Climatic Change. (2004) 65 vol. (1-2); pp. 11-38

Reconstructing plant root area and water uptake profiles, 2004
Ogle, K, RL Wolpert & James F REYNOLDS, Ecology. (2004) 85 pp. 1967-1978

Reconstructing plant root area and water uptake profiles, 2004
Ogle, K; Wolpert, RL; Reynolds, JF, Ecology. (2004) 85 vol. (7); pp. 1967-1978

Decomposition of leaf and root litter of Chihuahuan Desert shrubs: Effects of three years of summer drought, 0, 2003
Kemp, PR; Reynolds, JF; Virginia, RA; Whitford, WG, Journal of Arid Environments. 53 vol. (1); pp. 21-39

The interactive effects of elevated CO<sub>2</sub>, temperature and N supply on N concentration and allocation in rice (Oryza sativa L.), 2003
Baysa, MC; Tremmel, DC; Reynolds, JF; Rivero, GC; Tabbada, RA, Philippine Agricultural Scientist. (2003) 86 vol. (2); pp. 117-122

The interactive role of human and environmental dimensions in the desertification debate, 2004
Smith, MS; Reynolds, JF, Annals of Arid Zone. (2004) 42 vol. (3-4); pp. 255-270

Historical shrub-grass transitions in the northern Chihuahuan Desert: Modeling the effects of shifting rainfall seasonality and event size over a landscape gradient, 2003
Gao, Q; Reynolds, JF, Global Change Biology. (2003) 9 vol. (10); pp. 1475-1493

ARIDnet: Seeking novel approaches to desertification and land degradation, 0, 2003
REYNOLDS, JF, DM Stafford Smith & EF Lambin, IGBP Global Change Newsletter. 54 pp. 5-9

Desert dogma revisited: Coupling of stomatal conductance and photosynthesis in the desert shrub, Larrea tridentata, 0, 2002
Ogle, K; Reynolds, JF, Plant Cell & Environment. 25 vol. (7); pp. 909-921

Do morphological changes mediate plant responses to water stress? A steady-state experiment with two C<sub>4</sub> grasses, 0, 2002
Fernández, RJ; Wang, M; Reynolds, JF, New Phytologist. 155 vol. (1); pp. 79-88

How much physiology is needed in gap models? Limitations, potentials and recommendations, 0, 2001
REYNOLDS, ; JF, ; Bugmann, H; Pitelka, , Climatic Change. 51 pp. 541-557

How much physiology is needed in forest gap models for simulating long-term vegetation response to global change? Challenges, limitations, and potentials, 2001
Reynolds, JF; Bugmann, H; Pitelka, LF, Climatic Change. (2001) 51 vol. (3-4); pp. 541-557

How much physiology is needed in forest gap models for simulating long-term vegetation response to global change? Introduction, 0, 2001
Pitelka, LF; Bugmann, H; Reynolds, JF, Climatic Change. 51 vol. (3-4); pp. 251-257

New initiatives on desertification and land degradation, 0, 2001
Reynolds, JF, Land Use and Land Cover Change (LUCC) Newsletter. 7 pp. 2

How Much Physiology is Needed in Forest Gap Models to Simulate Long-Term Response to Global Change?, 0, 2001
Bugmann, H, JF Reynolds & L Pitelka (editors), Special Issue of Climatic Change. 51 vol. (3/4);

Gross primary productivity in duke forest: Modeling synthesis of co<sub>2</sub> experiment and eddy-flux data, 0, 2001
Luo, Y; Medlyn, B; Hui, D; Ellsworth, D; Reynolds, J; Katul, G, Ecological Applications. 11 vol. (1); pp. 239-252

How much physiology is needed in forest gap models for simulating long-term vegetation response to global change?, 0, 2001
Bugmann, H; Reynolds, JF; Pitelka, LF, Climatic Change. 51 vol. (3-4); pp. 249-250

How much physiology is needed in gap models? Introduction to a workshop on inter-model comparisons, 0, 2001
Pitelka, ; L, ; Bugmann, H; REYNOLDS, J, Climatic Change. 51 pp. 251-257

Potential growth vs. drought tolerance of eight desert grasses: lack of a trade-off?, 2000
Fernández Roberto J & James F REYNOLDS, Oecologia. (2000) 123 pp. 90-98

Effects of long-term rainfall variability on evapotranspiration and soil water distribution in the Chihuahuan Desert: a modeling analysis, 2000
REYNOLDS, James F, P.R. Kemp & J.D. Tenhunen, Plant Ecology. (2000) 150 pp. 145-159

Effects of long-term rainfall variability on evapotranspiration and soil water distribution in the Chihuahuan Desert: A modeling analysis, 0, 2000
Reynolds, JF; Kemp, PR; Tenhunen, JD, Plant Ecology. 150 vol. (1-2); pp. 145-159

Potential growth and drought tolerance of eight desert grasses: Lack of a trade-off?, 0, 2000
Fernández, RJ; Reynolds, JF, Oecologia. 123 vol. (1); pp. 90-98

Comparison of gap models and evaluation of how much physiology is needed in them, 0, 1999
Bugmann, H, JF Reynolds & L Pitelka, Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems. 14 pp. 5

A search for predictive understanding of plant responses to elevated [CO<sub>2</sub>], 0, 1999
Luo, Y; Reynolds, J; Wang, Y; Wolfe, D, Global Change Biology. 5 vol. (2); pp. 143-156

Contribution of disturbance to increasing seasonal amplitude of atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub>, 0, 1999
Zimov, SA; Davidov, SP; Zimova, GM; Davidova, AI; III, FSC; Chapin, MC; Reynolds, JF, Science. 284 vol. (5422); pp. 1973-1976

Impact of drought on desert shrubs: Effects of seasonality and degree of resource island development, 0, 1999
Reynolds, JF; Virginia, RA; Kemp, PR; Soyza, AGD; Tremmel, DC, Ecological Monographs. 69 vol. (1); pp. 69-106

Impact of simulated drought on resource islands of shrubs in the Chihuahuan Desert: Effects of species, season, and degree of island development, 0, 1999
REYNOLDS, ; JF, ; Virginia, RA; Kemp, PR; Soyza, AGD; Tremmel, DC, Ecological Monographs. 63(1) pp. 69-106

Impact of simulated drought on resource islands of shrubs in the Chihuahuan Desert: Effects of species, season, and degree of island development, 1999
REYNOLDS, JF, RA Virginia, PR Kemp, AG DeSoyza & DC Tremmel, Ecological Monographs. (1999) 63 vol. (1); pp. 69-106

Interactive effects of nitrogen and phosphorus on the acclimation potential of foliage photosynthetic properties of cork oak, Quercus suber, to elevated atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub> concentrations, 0, 1999
Niinemets, Ü; Tenhunen, JD; Canta, NR; Craves, MM; Faria, T; Pereira, JS; Reynolds, F, Global Change Biology. 5 vol. (4); pp. 455-470

Validity of extrapolating field CO2 experiments to predict carbon sequestration in natural ecosystems, 1999
Luo, Yiqi & James F REYNOLDS, Ecology. (1999) 80 pp. 1568-1583

Responses of a loblolly pine ecosystem to CO<sub>2</sub> enrichment: A modeling analysis, 0, 1999
Luan, J; Luo, Y; Reynolds, JF, Tree Physiology. 19 vol. (4-5); pp. 279-287

Short-term patterns in water and nitrogen acquisition by two desert shrubs following a simulated summer rain, 0, 1999
BassiriRad, H; Tremmel, DC; Virginia, RA; Reynolds, JF; Soyza, AGD; Brunell, MH, Plant Ecology. 145 vol. (1); pp. 27-36

Validity of extrapolating field CO<sub>2</sub> experiments to predict carbon sequestration in natural ecosystems, 0, 1999
Yiqi, L; Reynolds, JF, Ecology. 80 vol. (5); pp. 1568-1583

A model of arctic tundra vegetation derived from topographic gradients, 0, 1998
Ostendorf, B; Reynolds, JF, Landscape Ecology. 13 vol. (3); pp. 187-201

Diurnal patterns of CO<sub>2</sub> and H<sub>2</sub>O exchange of the arctic sedges Eriophorum angustifolium and E. vaginatum (Cyperaceae), 0, 1998
Gebauer, RLE; Reynolds, JF; Tenhunen, JD, American journal of botany. 85 vol. (4); pp. 592-599

Soil nitrogen, microbial biomass, and respiration along an arctic toposequence, 0, 1998
Cheng, W; Virginia, RA; Oberbauer, SF; Gillespie, CT; Reynolds, JF; Tenhunen, JD, Soil Science Society of America Journal. 62 vol. (3); pp. 654-662

The effect of elevated CO<sub>2</sub> and N availability on tissue concentrations and whole plant pools of carbon-based secondary compounds in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda), 0, 1998
Gebauer, RLE; Strain, BR; Reynolds, JF, Oecologia. 113 vol. (1); pp. 29-36

Introduction: Modularity in plant models, 1, 1997
Acock, B; Reynolds, JF, Ecological Modelling. 94 vol. (1); pp. 1-6

A comparative modeling study of soil water dynamics in a desert ecosystem, 0, 1997
Kemp, PR; Reynolds, JF; Pachepsky, Y; Chen, J-L, Water Resources Research. 33 vol. (1); pp. 73-90

A coordination model of whole-plant carbon allocation in relation to water stress, 0, 1997
Chen, J-L; Reynolds, JF, Annals of Botany. 80 vol. (1); pp. 45-55

A model of nitrogen uptake by Eriophorum vaginatum roots in the field: Ecological implications, 0, 1997
Leadley, PW; Reynolds, JF; III, FSC, Ecological Monographs. 67 vol. (1); pp. 1-22

Disproportional increases in photosynthesis and plant biomass in a Californian grassland exposed to elevated CO<sub>2</sub>: A simulation analysis, 0, 1997
Luo, Y; Chen, J-L; Reynolds, JF; Field, CB; Mooney, HA, Functional Ecology. 11 vol. (6); pp. 696-704

Effects of compensatory growth on population processes: A simulation study, 0, 1997
Brisson, J; Reynolds, JF, Ecology. 78 vol. (8); pp. 2378-2384

GePSi: A generic plant simulator based on object-oriented principles, 0, 1997
Chen, JL; Reynolds, JF, Ecological Modelling. 94 vol. (1); pp. 53-66

Growth and root NO3- and PO43- uptake capacity of three desert species in response to atmospheric CO2 enrichment, 0, 1997
Bassirirad, H; Reynolds, JF; Virginia, RA; Brunelle, MH, Australian journal of plant physiology. 24 vol. (3); pp. 353-358

Modularity and genericness in plant and ecosystem models, 0, 1997
Reynolds, JF; Acock, B, Ecological Modelling. 94 vol. (1); pp. 7-16

Modularity in plant models, 0, 1997
Acock, B; REYNOLDS, JF, Ecological Modeling. 94 pp. 1-6

Changes in root NH<sub>4</sub>/<sup>+</sup> and NO<sub>3</sub>/<sup>-</sup> absorption rates of loblolly and ponderosa pine in response to CO<sub>2</sub> enrichment, 0, 1997
BassiriRad, H; Griffin, KL; Reynolds, JF; Strain, BR, Plant and Soil. 190 vol. (1); pp. 1-9

Modularity in Plant Models, 0, 1997
Reynolds, JF & B Acock (editors), Special Issue of Ecological Modelling. 94 vol. (1);

Growth and root NO<sub>3</sub>/<sup>-</sup> and PO<sub>4</sub>/<sup>3-</sup> uptake capacity of three desert species in response to atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub> enrichment, 0, 1997
BassiriRad, H; Reynolds, JF; Virginia, RA; Brunelle, MH, Australian Journal of Plant Physiology. 24 vol. (3); pp. 353-358

Modelling whole-plant allocation in relation to carbon and nitrogen supply: Coordination versus optimization: Opinion, 0, 1996
Reynolds, JF; Chen, J, Plant and Soil. 185 vol. (1); pp. 65-74

Response of Eriophorum vaginatum to CO<sub>2</sub> enrichment at different soil temperatures: Effects on growth, root respiration and PO<sub>4</sub><sup>3-</sup> uptake kinetics, 0, 1996
Bassirirad, H; Tissue, DT; Reynolds, JF; III, FSC, New Phytologist. 133 vol. (3); pp. 423-430

Soil aeration in relation to soil physical properties, nitrogen availability, and root characteristics within an arctic watershed, 0, 1996
Gebauer, RL; Tenhunen, JD; Reynolds, JF, Plant and Soil. 178 vol. (1); pp. 37-48

Differential responses of root uptake kinetics of NH<sup>+</sup><sub>4</sub> and NO<sup>-</sup><sub>3</sub> to enriched atmospheric CO<sub>2</sub> concentration in field-grown loblolly pine, 0, 1996
Bassirirad, H; Thomas, RB; Reynolds, JF; Strain, BR, Plant, Cell and Environment. 19 vol. (3); pp. 367-371

Decomposition processes: Modelling approaches and applications, 0, 1996
Moorhead, DL; Sinsabaugh, RL; Linkins, AE; Reynolds, JF, Science of the Total Environment. 183 vol. (1-2); pp. 137-149

Allometric relations and growth in Pinus taeda: The effect of elevated CO<sub>2</sub> and changing N availability, 0, 1996
Gebauer, RLE; Reynolds, JF; Strain, BR, New Phytologist. 134 vol. (1); pp. 85-93

Descomposition processes: modelling approaches and applications, 0, 1996
Moorhead, ; DL, ; Sinsabaugh, RL; Linkins, AE; REYNOLDS, J, Science of the Total Environment. 183 vol. (1-2); pp. 137-149

Effects of CO<sub>2</sub> enrichment on growth and root <sup>15</sup>NH<sub>4</sub>/<sup>+</sup> uptake rate of loblolly pine and ponderosa pine seedlings, 0, 1996
Bassirirad, H; Griffin, KL; Strain, BR; Reynolds, JF, Tree Physiology. 16 vol. (11-12); pp. 957-962

Effects of plant size on photosynthesis and water relations in the desert shrub Prosopis glandulosa (Fabaceae), 0, 1996
Soyza, AGD; Franco, AC; Virginia, RA; Reynolds, JF; Whitford, WG, American Journal of Botany. 83 vol. (1); pp. 99-105

Growth and allocation of the arctic sedges Eriohorum angustifolium and E. vaginatum: effects of variable soil oxygen and nutrient availability, 0, 1995
Gebauer, RLE; Reynolds, JF; Tenhunen, JD, Oecologia. 104 vol. (3); pp. 330-339

On definition and quantification of heterogeneity, 0, 1995
Li, H; Reynolds, JF, Oikos. 73 vol. (2); pp. 280-284

Steppe-tundra transition: A herbivore-driven biome shift at the end of the Pleistocene, 0, 1995
Zimov, SA; Chuprynin, VI; Oreshko, AP; Chapin, FS; Reynolds, JF; Chapin, MC, American Naturalist. 146 vol. (4); pp. 765-794

A simulation experiment to quantify spatial heterogeneity in categorical maps, 0, 1994
Li, H; Reynolds, JF, Ecology. 75 vol. (8); pp. 2446-2455

Effects of elevated CO<sub>2</sub> and nitrogen fertilization pretreatments on decomposition on tallgrass prairie leaf litter, 0, 1994
Kemp, PR; Waldecker, DG; Owensby, CE; Reynolds, JF; Virginia, RA, Plant and Soil. 165 vol. (1); pp. 115-127

Effects of plant size and water relations on gas exchange and growth of the desert shrub Larrea tridentata, 0, 1994
Franco, AC; Soyza, AGD; Virginia, RA; Reynolds, JF; Whitford, WG, Oecologia. 97 vol. (2); pp. 171-178

Root response to CO<sub>2</sub> enrichment and nitrogen supply in loblolly pine, 0, 1994
Larigauderie, A; Reynolds, JF; Strain, BR, Plant and Soil. 165 vol. (1); pp. 21-32

Temporal discontinuities in precipitation in the central North American prairie, 0, 1994
Kemp, PR; Cornelius, JM; Reynolds, JF, International Journal of Climatology. 14 vol. (5); pp. 539-557

The effect of neighbors on root distribution in a creosotebush (Larrea tridentata) population, 0, 1994
Brisson, J; Reynolds, JF, Ecology. 75 vol. (6); pp. 1693-1702

CHANGING CARBON-CHEMISTRY OF BURIED CREOSOTE BUSH LITTER DURING DECOMPOSITION IN THE NORTHERN CHIHUAHUAN DESERT, 7, 1993
MOORHEAD, DL; REYNOLDS, JF, American Midland Naturalist. 130 vol. (1); pp. 83-89

A new contagion index to quantify spatial patterns of landscapes, 0, 1993
Li, H; Reynolds, JF, Landscape Ecology. 8 vol. (3); pp. 155-162

Coordination theory of leaf nitrogen distribution in a canopy, 0, 1993
Chen, J-L; Reynolds, JF; Harley, PC; Tenhunen, JD, Oecologia. 93 vol. (1); pp. 63-69

Dynamics of extracellular phosphatase activities in Eriophorum vaginatum tussocks, 0, 1993
Moorhead, ; DL, ; Kroehler, CJ; Linkins, AE; REYNOLDS, J, Arctic and Alpine Research. 25 pp. 50-55

Effects of climate change on decomposition in Arctic tussock tundra: A modeling synthesis, 0, 1993
Moorhead, DL; Reynolds, JF, Arctic and Alpine Research. 25 vol. (4); pp. 403-412

Relationships between a terrain-based hydrologic model and patch-scale vegetation patterns in an arctic tundra landscape, 0, 1993
Ostendorf, B; Reynolds, JF, Landscape Ecology. 8 vol. (4); pp. 229-237

A simple model for predicting soil temperatures in desert ecosystems, 0, 1992
Kemp, PR; Cornelius, JM; Reynolds, JF, Soil Science. 153 vol. (4); pp. 280-287

Long-term response of an Arctic sedge to climate change: a simulation study, 0, 1992
Leadley, PW; Reynolds, JF, Ecological Applications. 2 vol. (4); pp. 323-340

Microbial activity and survival in soils dried at different rates, 0, 1992
West, AW; Sparling, GP; Feltham, CW; Reynolds, J, Australian Journal of Soil Research. 30 vol. (2); pp. 209-222

Modeling the effects of elevated CO<sub>2</sub> on plants: extrapolating leaf response to a canopy, 0, 1992
Reynolds, JF; Chen, J; Harley, PC; Hilbert, DW; Dougherty, RL; Tenhunen, JD, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 61 vol. (1-2); pp. 69-94

Modelling photosynthesis of cotton grown in elevated CO<sub>2</sub>, 0, 1992
Harley, PC; Thomas, RB; Reynolds, JF; Strain, BR, Plant, Cell & Environment. 15 vol. (3); pp. 271-282

A general model of litter decomposition in the northern Chihuahuan Desert, 0, 1991
Moorhead, DL; Reynolds, JF, Ecological Modelling. 56 vol. (C); pp. 197-219

A model allocating growth among leaf proteins, shoot structure, and root biomass to produce balanced activity, 0, 1991
Hilbert, DW; Reynolds, JF, Annals of Botany (Elsevier). 68 vol. (5); pp. 417-425

Environmental controls on CO2 effux from soils in the foothills of the Philip Smith Mountains, Alaska, 0, 1991
Oberbauer, ; SF, ; Tenhunen, JD; REYNOLDS, J, Arctic and Alpine Research. 23 pp. 162-169

Environmental effects on CO<sub>2</sub> efflux from water track and tussock tundra in arctic Alaska, USA, 0, 1991
Oberbauer, SF; Tenhunen, JD; Reynolds, JF, Arctic & Alpine Research. 23 vol. (2); pp. 162-169

On determining the statistical significance of discontinuities within ordered ecological data, 0, 1991
Cornelius, JM; Reynolds, JF, Ecology. 72 vol. (6); pp. 2057-2070

The influence of carbon dioxide and daily photon-flux density on optimal leaf nitrogen concentration and root:shoot ratio, 0, 1991
Hilbert, DW; Larigauderie, A; Reynolds, JF, Annals of Botany (Elsevier). 68 vol. (4); pp. 365-376

Factors influencing carbon fixation and water use by mediterranean sclerophyll shrubs during summer drought, 0, 1990
Tenhunen, JD; Serra, AS; Harley, PC; Dougherty, RL; Reynolds, JF, Oecologia. 82 vol. (3); pp. 381-393

Radiation utilization efficiency and the growth of soybeans exposed to ozone: a comparative analysis, 0, 1990
Leadley, PW; Reynolds, JF; Flagler, R; Heagle, AS, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 51 vol. (3-4); pp. 293-308

Biological feedbacks in global desertification, 0, 1990
Schlesinger, WH; Reynolds, JF; Cunningham, GL; Huenneke, LF; Jarrell, WM; Virginia, RA; Whitford, WG, Science. 247 vol. (4946); pp. 1043-1048

Estimation of soil microbial c by a fumigation-extraction method: use on soils of high organic matter content, and a reassessment of the k<sub>ec-factor</sub>, 0, 1990
Sparling, GP; Feltham, CW; Reynolds, J; West, AW; Singleton, P, Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 22 vol. (3); pp. 301-307

Effect of carbon dioxide enrichment on development of the firts six mainstem leaves in soybeans, 0, 1989
Leadley, PW; REYNOLDS, JF, American Journal of Botany. 76 pp. 1551-1555

Influence of soil moisture regime on the respiration response of soils subjected to osmotic stress, 0, 1989
Sparling, GP; West, AW; Reynolds, J, Australian Journal of Soil Research. 27 vol. (1); pp. 161-168

Mechanisms of surface litter mass loss in the northern Chihuahuan desert: a reinterpretation, 0, 1989
Moorhead, DL; Reynolds, JF, Journal of Arid Environments. 16 vol. (2); pp. 157-163

Patterns of stratified soil water loss in a Chihuahuan desert community, 0, 1989
Moorhead, DL; Reynolds, JF; Fonteyn, PJ, Soil Science. 148 vol. (4); pp. 244-249

The contribution of abiotic processes to buried litter decomposition in the northern Chihuahuan desert, 0, 1989
Moorhead, DL; Reynolds, JF, Oecologia. 79 vol. (1); pp. 133-135

The extraction of Al, Fe and Si from a range of New Zealand soils by hydroxylamine and ammonium oxalate solutions, 0, 1989
Lee, R; Taylor, MD; Daly, BK; Reynolds, J, Australian Journal of Soil Research. 27 vol. (2); pp. 377-388

The rationale for adopting a modular generic structure for crop simulators, 0, 1989
Acock, B; Reynolds, JF, Acta Horticulturae. 248 pp. 391-396

A plant growth model for controlled-environment conditions incorporating canopy structure and development: Application to snap bean, 0, 1988
Lieth, JH; REYNOLDS, JF, Photosynthetica. 22 pp. 190-204

Effects of elevated carbon dioxide on estimation of leaf area and leaf dry weight of soybeans, 0, 1988
Leadley, PW; Reynolds, JF, American Journal of Botany. 75 pp. 1771-1774

Influence of pH, exchangeable aluminium and 0.02 M CaCl<sub>2</sub>-extractable aluminium on the growth and nitrogen-fixing activity of white clover (Trifolium repens) in some New Zealand soils, 0, 1988
Hume, LJ; Ofsoski, NJ; Reynolds, J, Plant and Soil. 111 vol. (1); pp. 111-119

EFFECTS OF CO2 ENRICHMENT ON INTERNAL LEAF SURFACE-AREA IN SOYBEANS, 6, 1987
LEADLEY, PW; REYNOLDS, JA; THOMAS, JF; REYNOLDS, JF, Botanical Gazette. 148 vol. (2); pp. 137-140

A simulation model of soil nematode population dynamics: Effects of moisture and temperature, 0, 1987
Moorhead, ; DL, ; Freckman, DW; REYNOLDS, J; Whitford, WG, Pedobiologia. 30 pp. 361-372

How desertification affects nitrogen limitation of primary production on Chihuahuan Desert watersheds, 0, 1987
Whitford, WG; Reynolds, JF; Cunningham, GL, General Technical Report - US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. pp. 143-153

Impact of gypsy moth infestation on forest succession in the North Carolina Piedmont: A simulation study, 0, 1987
Byrne, SV; Wehrle, MM; Keller, MA; Reynolds, JF, Ecological Modelling. 35 vol. (1-2); pp. 63-84

The nonrectangular hyperbola as a photosynthetic light response model: A note on the geometrical interpretation and estimation of theta, 0, 1987
Lieth, JH; REYNOLDS, JF, Photosynthetica (Prague). 21 pp. 363-366

A conceptual model of primary productivity, decomposition, and nitrogen cycling in the Chihuahuan creosotebush desert, 1986
Moorhead, ; DL, ; REYNOLDS, J; Whitford, WG, Tree Physiology. (1986) 2 pp. 215-222

Estimation of leaf area of soybeans grown under elevated carbon dioxide levels, 0, 1986
Lieth, JH; Reynolds, JF; Rogers, HH, Field Crops Research. 13 vol. (C); pp. 193-203

Luciferase preparation, assay conditions and calculated extraction efficiency as factors in the estimation of soil ATP content, 0, 1986
West, AW; Sparlings, GP; Cowlings, JC; Tatel, KR; Reynolds, J, Biology and Fertility of Soils. 2 vol. (4); pp. 205-211

Modeling the response of ecosystems to fossil fuel emissions: Carbon dioxide and pollutant interactions, 0, 1986
Dahlman, ; RC, ; REYNOLDS, J; Strain, B, Proceedings Air Pollution Control Association. 86 (9.5) pp. 1-15

Plant growth analysis of discontinuous growth data: A modified Richards function, 0, 1986
Lieth, JH; Reynolds, JF, Scientia Horticulturae. 28 vol. (4); pp. 301-314

The impact of gypsy moth infestation on forest succession in the North Carolina Piedmont: A simulation study, 0, 1986
Byrne, ; SV, ; Wehrle, MM; Keller, MA; REYNOLDS, J, Ecological Modeling. 35 pp. 62-84

Predicting the response of plants to increasing carbon dioxide: A critique of plant growth models, 0, 1985
Reynolds, JF; Acock, B, Ecological Modelling. 29 vol. (1-4); pp. 107-129

A model of canopy irradiance in relation to changing leaf area in a phytotron-grown snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Crop, 0, 1984
Lieth, JH; Reynolds, JF, International Journal of Biometeorology. 28 vol. (1); pp. 61-71

Perspectives of air pollution research on plants, 0, 1984
Heck, ; WW, ; Blum, U; Boss, W; Heagle, AS; Linthurst, R; REYNOLDS, J; Rogers, HH, Reviews in Toxicology. 1 pp. 173-175

Photosynthetic responses of saltgrass ( Distichlis spicata ) to irradiance, temperature and salinity growth treatments: A modeling synthesis, 0, 1984
REYNOLDS, ; JF, ; Kemp, PR; Cunningham, GL, Photosynthetica. 18 pp. 100-110

A Shoot:Root Partitioning Model, 0, 1982
Reynolds, JF; Thornley, JHM, Annals of Botany. 49 vol. (5); pp. 585-597

Validation of a primary production model of the desert shrub Larrea tridentata using soil-moisture augmentation experiments, 0, 1981
Reynolds, JF; Cunningham, GL, Oecologia. 51 vol. (3); pp. 357-363

A quantitative study of variation in the Chenopodium atriovirens-dessiccatum-pratericola complex, 0, 1980
REYNOLDS, JF; Crawford, DJ, American Journal of Botany. 67 pp. 1380-1390

Some effects of soil-moisture availability on above-ground production and reproductive allocation in Larrea tridentata (DC) Cov, 0, 1979
Cunningham, GL; Syvertsen, JP; Reynolds, JF; Willson, JM, Oecologia. 40 vol. (2); pp. 113-123

Some misconceptions of mathematical modelling, 0, 1979
REYNOLDS, JF, What's New in Plant Physiology. 10 pp. 41-44

A net CO2 exchange model for Larrea tridentata, 0, 1979
REYNOLDS, ; JF, ; Cunningham, GL; Syvertsen, JP, Photosynthetica. 13 pp. 279-286

A simulation model of primary production and carbon allocation in the creosotebush (Larrea tridentata [DC.] Cov.), 0, 1978
Cunningham, GL; REYNOLDS, JF, Ecology. 59 pp. 37-52

A simulation model of primary production and carbon allocation in the creosotebush (Larrea tridentata [DC.] Cov.), 0, 1975
Cunningham GL & JF Reynolds, pp. 190-205

Size-biomass relations of several Chihuahuan Desert shrubs, 0, 1975
Ludwig, ; JA, ; REYNOLDS, J; Whitson, PD, American Midland Naturalist. 94 pp. 451-461

A numerical study of the common narrow-leaf taxa of Chenopodium occurring in the western United States, 0, 1974
Crawford, DJ; REYNOLDS, JF, Brittonia. 26 pp. 398-410

The magnitude of snowmelt and rainfall interception by lodgepole pine and spruce-fir litter in southeastern Wyoming, 0, 1973
REYNOLDS, JF; Knight, DH, Northwest Science. 47 pp. 50-60

Book Chapters:

Soil heterogeneity modulates responses to multiple global environmental changes in model grassland communities in Microcosms: Ecology, Biological Implications and Environmental Impact, 3, 2013
Maestre, FT; Reynolds, JF

New Ecology Education: Preparing Students for the Complex Human-Environmental Problems of Dryland East Asia in Dryland East Asia (DEA): Land Dynamics Amid Social And Climate Change (J. Chen, S. Wan, G. Henebry, J. Qi, G. Gutman, G. Sun & M. Kappas Eds.), Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin, 0, 2013
Ye, J., REYNOLDS, J. F., Herrick, J. E., Reynolds, J. A., Chuluun, T., Li, F.-M., & Long, R.

Desertification: Principles of The Dryland Development Paradigm in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 2nd Edition, 0, 2013
JF REYNOLDS

An Earth System Perspective in United Nations Environment Programme, Progress Press Ltd, Valletta, Malta, 2012
Jäger, J, N Patel, V Ryabinin, P Kharecha, JF REYNOLDS, L Hislop & J Rockström

Desertification in Encyclopedia of Global Studies, 2012
JF REYNOLDS

Coupled human-environment system approaches to desertification: Linking people to pixels in Recent Advances in Remote Sensing and Geoinformation Processing for Land Degradation Assessment, 0, 2009
Lambin, EF, HJ Geist, JF REYNOLDS & DM Stafford Smith

Natural and human dimensions of land degradation: causes and consequences in Terrestrial Ecosystems in a Changing World, January, 2007
REYNOLDS, JF, FT Maestre, DM Stafford Smith & EF Lambin

Integrated human-environment approaches of land degradation in drylands in Sustainability or Collapse: An Integrated History and Future of People on Earth, Dahlem Workshop Report 96, January, 2007
Lambin, EF, HJ Geist, JF REYNOLDS & DM Stafford Smith

Modeling the unique attributes of desert ecosystems: Potentials and limitations based on lessons from the Jornada Basin in Structure and Function of a Chihuahuan Desert Ecosystem, August, 2006
REYNOLDS, JF, PR Kemp, K Ogle, RJ Fernandez, Q Gao & J Wu

Understanding global desertification: biophysical and socioeconomic dimensions of hydrology in Dryland Ecohydrology, February, 2006
Maestre, FT, JF REYNOLDS, E Huber-Sannwald, J Herrick, M Stafford-Smith

Understanding global desertification: Biophysical and socioeconomic dimensions of hydrology in Dryland Ecohydrology, 1, 2006
Maestre, FT; Reynolds, JF; Huber-Sannwald, E; Herrick, J; Stafford Smith, M

Scaling terrestrial biogeochemical processes in time and space: Contrasting intact and model experimental systems in Scaling and Uncertainty Analysis in Ecology: Methods and Applications, 2006
Bradford, MA & JF REYNOLDS

Foreword in Ecology of Desert Systems by WG Whitford, 0, 2003
Reynolds, JF

Do humans cause deserts? An old problem through the lens of a new framework: the Dahlem Desertification Paradigm in Rangelands in the New Millennium, 0, 2003
REYNOLDS, JF, DM Stafford Smith & EF Lambin

Global Desertification: Do Humans Cause Deserts? in , December, 2002
REYNOLDS, JF & DM Stafford Smith

Do humans cause deserts? in Global Desertification: Do Humans Cause Deserts?, 0, 2002
REYNOLDS, JF & DM Stafford Smith

Desertification: A new paradigm for and old problem in Global Desertification: Do Humans Cause Deserts?, 0, 2002
Stafford Smith, DM & JF REYNOLDS

Desertification in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, 0, 2001
REYNOLDS, JF

Non-equilibrium systems in The Earth system: biological and ecological dimensions of global environmental change, 0, 2001
REYNOLDS, JF

The role of controlled environmental facilities in global change research in The Earth system: biological and ecologial dimensions of global enronmental change, 0, 2001
REYNOLDS, JF

Hydrological and biogeochemical processes in complex landscapes what is the role of temporal and spatial ecosystem dinamics? in Integrating hydrology, ecosystem dynamics and biogeochemistry in complex landscapes, 0, 1999
Aber, JD, IC Burke, B Acock, MKM Bugmann, P Kabat, J-C Menaut, IR Noble, JF REYNOLDS, WL Steffen & J Wu

Do landscape structural and functional units exist? in Integrating Hydrology, Ecosystem Dynamics, and Biogeochemistry in Complex Landscapes, 0, 1999
REYNOLDS, JF & JG Wu

Variability in phenology and production of desert ephemerals: implications for predicting resource availability for desert tortoises in Proceedings 24th Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Desert Tortoise Council, 0, 1999
Kemp, PR & JF REYNOLDS

Physiological Ecology of North American Desert Plants in , 0, 1998
Reynolds, JF

Defining functional types for models of desertification in Plant Functional Types: Their Relevance to Ecosystem Properties and Global Change, 1997
REYNOLDS, JF, RA Virginia & WH Schlesinger

Modeling effects of spatial pattern, drought, and grazing on rates of rangeland degradation: A combined Markov and cellular automaton approach in Scale in Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems, 0, 1997
Li, H & JF REYNOLDS

Road-related disturbances in an arctic watershed: analyses by a spatially explicit model of vegetation and ecosystem processes in Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra, 0, 1996
Leadley, PW, H Li, B Ostendorf & JF REYNOLDS

Progress, limitations and challenges in modeling the effects of elevated CO2 on plants and ecosystems in Carbon Dioxiode and Terrestrial Ecosystems, 0, 1996
REYNOLDS, JF, PR Kemp, B Acock, JL Chen & DL Moorhead

Modeling decomposition in arctic ecosystems in Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra, 0, 1996
Moorhead, DL & JF REYNOLDS

Effects of summer drought on the water relations, physiology and growth of large and small plants of Prosopis glandulosa and Larrea tridentata in Shrubland Ecosystem Dynamics in a Changing Environment, 0, 1996
De Soyza, AG, WG Whitford, RA Virginia & JF REYNOLDS

Ecosystem response, resistance, resilience and recovery in arctic landscapes in Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra, 0, 1996
REYNOLDS, JF & JD Tenhunen

Ecosystem response, resistance, reilience and recovery in arctic landscapes: progress and prospects in Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra, 0, 1996
Tenhunen, JD & JF REYNOLDS

Patch and landscape models of arctic tundra: potentials and limitations in Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra, 0, 1996
REYNOLDS, JF, JD Tenhunen, PW Leadley, H Li, DL Moorhead, B Ostendorf & FS Chapin

Landscape Function and Disturbance in Arctic Tundra in , 0, 1996
REYNOLDS, JF & JD Tenhunen

Effects of mammals on ecosystem change at the Pleistocene-Holocene boundary in Arctic and Alpine Biodiversity: Patterns, Causes, and Ecosystem Consequences, 0, 1995
Zimov, SA, VI Chuprynin, AP Oreshko, I F.S Chapin, MC Chapin & JF REYNOLDS

Can we accurately predict plant and ecosystem response to elevated carbon dioxide and climate change? in Global Climate Change: Science, Policy and Mitigation Strategies, 0, 1994
REYNOLDS, JF & BR Strain

Linking CO2 experiments and modeling in Design and Execution of Experiments on CO2 Enrichment, 0, 1993
REYNOLDS, JF, B Acock & R Whitney

Scaling ecophysiology from the plant to the ecosystem: A conceptual framework in Scaling Processes Between Leaf and the Globe, 0, 1993
REYNOLDS, JF, DW Hilbert & PR Kemp

Modeling the contributions of decomposer fungi in nutrient cycling in The Fungal Community: Its Organization and Role in the Ecosystem, 0, 1992
Moorhead, DL & JF REYNOLDS

Modeling the response of arctic plants to changing climate in Arctic Physiological Processes in a Changing Climate, 0, 1992
REYNOLDS, JF & PW Leadley

Arctic ecophysiology: A challange for the future in Arctic Physiological Processes in a Changing Climate, 0, 1992
Chapin, FS, III, R Jefferies, JF REYNOLDS, G Shaver & Svoboda

Arctic physiological ecology in an ecosystem context in Arctic Physiological Processes in a Changing Climate, 0, 1992
Chapin, FS, III, R, Jefferies, JF REYNOLDS, G Shaver & J Svoboda

Modeling the Response of Plants and Ecosystems to Elevated CO2 and Climate Change in , 0, 1992
REYNOLDS, JF, DW Hilbert, J-L Chen, PC Harley, PR Kemp & Leadley

Arctic Physiological Processes in a Changing Climate in , 0, 1992
Chapin, FS, R Jefferies, JF REYNOLDS, G Shaver & Svoboda

Model structure and database development in Process Modeling of Forest Growth Responses to Environmental Stress, 0, 1990
Acock, B & JF REYNOLDS

QUINTA: A physiologically-based growth simulator for drought adpater woody plant species in Biomass Production by Fast-Growing Trees, 0, 1989
Tenhunen, JD, JF REYNOLDS, OL Lange, R Dougherty, PC Harley, J Kummerow & Rambal

A modular structure for plant growth simulation models in Biomass Production by Fast-Growing Trees, 0, 1989
REYNOLDS, JF, B Acock, R Dougherty & JD Tenhunen

A simulation model using environmental cues to predict phenologies of winter and summer annual in the northern Chihuahuan Desert in Advances in environmental Modelling, 0, 1988
Bachelet, D, SM Wondzell & JF REYNOLDS

Statistical Ecology: A Primer On Methods And Computing in , 0, 1988
Ludwig, JA & JF REYNOLDS

How desertification affects nitrogen limitation of primary production of Chihuahuam Desert watersheds in Proceedings of the Symposiun on Strategies for Classification and Management of Native Vegetation for Food Production in Arid Zones, 0, 1987
Whitford, WG, JF REYNOLDS & GL Cunningham

Adaptive strategies of desert shrubs with special reference to the creosotebush ( Larrea tridentata [DC] Cov. in Pattern and Process in Dessert Exosystems, 0, 1986
REYNOLDS, JF

Assessing the Effects of Elevated Carbon Dioxide on Plants: Toward The Development of a Generic Plant Growth Model in , 0, 1986
REYNOLDS, JF, D Bachelet, P Leadley & D Moorhead

New phenology: Elements of mathematical forecasting in ecology in , 0, 1985
Reynolds, JF

Modelling the effects of elevated carbon dioxideon vegetation in Direct Effects of Increasing Carbon Dioxide on Vegetation, 0, 1985
REYNOLDS, JF & B Acock

The grassland biome revisited in , 0, 1982
Reynolds, JF

Modeling Yucca primary productivity: substrate requirements for growth in Yucca, Serie el Desierto Vol, 3, 0, 1980
REYNOLDS, JF & GL Cunningham

Predicting primary productivity for forest and desert ecosystem models in Predicting Photosynthesis for Ecosystem Models, Vol II, 0, 1980
REYNOLDS, JF, BR Strain, GL Cunningham & KR Knoerr

Modelling primary production in Larrea tridentata (DC) Cov. in Larrea: A Vast Resource of the North American Deserts, 0, 1979
REYNOLDS, JF & GL Cunningham

Modelling net photosynthesis of Larrea tridentata (DC) Cov. in Larrea: A Vast Resource of the North American Deserts, 0, 1979
Cunningham, GL, JF REYNOLDS & JP Syvertsen

Introduction To Ecology Laboratory Manual in , 0, 1977
REYNOLDS, JF & TR Wentworth

Awards

  • 2015 Fellow (Elected), Ecological Society of America

  • 2013 Distinguished Foreign Expert Awardee, State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, The Organization Department of the Central Committee of the CPC and The Ministry of Human Resources, People's Republic of China

  • 2006 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, Northern Arizona University

  • 2006 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, University of Wyoming

  • 2005 Phi Kappa Phi

  • 2005 Sigma Xi

  • 1997 Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung Research Prize, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Federal Republic of Germany

  • 1997 German Research Prize, Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung

  • 1996 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award, Northern Arizona University

  • 1994 Exemplary Alumni Award, University of Wyoming

  • 1993 Howard Hughes Distinguished Visiting Professor, Texas Tech University

  • 1980 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Applied Mathematics, National Science Foundation

  • 1978 Fellowship, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Statistical Ecology, Texas A & M and UC-Berkeley

  • 1975 Fellow, Ecological Science Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

  • 1973 Fellow, Clinton P. Anderson Physical Laboratory, New Mexico Satate University

  • 1964 Arizona Undergraduate Alumni Scholarship