Salomón, R., M. Valbuena-Carabaña, J. Rodríguez-Calcerrada, D. Aubrey, M. McGuire, R. Teskey, L. Gil, and I. González-Doncel. 2015. Xylem and soil CO2 fluxes in a Quercus pyrenaica Willd. coppice: root respiration increases with clonal size. Annals of Forest Science, In Press.
Bloemen, J., R.O. Teskey, M.A. McGuire, D.P. Aubrey, and K. Steppe. 2015. Agneessens L. Van Meuklebroek, D.P. Aubrey, M.A. McGuire, R.O. Teskey, and K. Steppe. 2014. Root xylem CO2 flux: an important but unaccounted-for component of root respiration. Trees – Structure and Function, In Press.
Wait, D.A. and D.P. Aubrey. 2015. Prescribed fire and oak sapling physiology, demography and folivore damage in an Ozark woodland. Proceedings of the 19th Central Hardwood Forest Conference, GTR-NRS-P-142: 109-121.
Bloemen, J., L. Agneessens L. Van Meuklebroek, D.P. Aubrey, M.A. McGuire, R.O. Teskey, and K. Steppe. 2014. Stem girdling affects the quantity of CO2 transported in xylem as well as CO2 efflux from soil. New Phytologist, 201:897-907.
Cerasoli, S., T. Wertin, M.A. McGuire, A. Rodrigues, D.P. Aubrey, J.S. Pereira, and RO. Teskey. 2014. Poplar saplings exposed to recurring temperature shifts of different amplitude exhibit differences in leaf gas exchange and growth despite equal mean temperature. AoB PLANTS, 6. (AoB Plants Environmental Physiology Highlight)
Bloemen, J., M.A. McGuire, D.P. Aubrey, R.O. Teskey, and K. Steppe. 2014. Internal recycling of respired CO2 may be important for plant functioning under changing climate regimes. Plant Signaling & Behavior, 8(12):e27530.
Bloemen, J., M.A. McGuire, D.P. Aubrey, R.O. Teskey, and K. Steppe. 2013. Assimilation of xylem-transported CO2 is dependent on transpiration rate but is small relative to atmospheric fixation. Journal of Experimental Botany,64(8):2129-2138.
Coyle, D.R., D.P. Aubrey, J.P. Siry, R.R. Volfovicz-Leon, and M.D. Coleman. 2013. Optimal nitrogen application rates for three intensively-managed hardwood tree species in the southeastern USA. Forest Ecology and Management,303:131-142.
Bloemen, J., M.A. McGuire, D.P. Aubrey, R.O. Teskey, and K. Steppe. 2013. Transport of root-derived CO2 via the transpiration stream affects aboveground carbon assimilation and CO2 efflux in trees. New Phytologist, 197:555-565. (Commentary)
Aubrey, D.P., B. Mortazavi, J.J. O’Brien, J.D. McGee, J.J. Hendricks, K.A. Kuehn, R.O. Teskey, and R.J. Mitchell. 2012. Stored carbon impacts the linkage between canopy photosynthesis and soil CO2 efflux in frequently disturbed ecosystems. Forest Ecology and Management, 282:142-148.
Aubrey, D.P., M.D. Coleman, and D.R. Coyle. 2012. Functional groups show distinct differences in nitrogen cycling during early stand development: implications for forest management. Plant and Soil, 351:219-236.
Sun, H., D.P. Aubrey, and R.O. Teskey. 2012. A simple calibration improved the accuracy of the thermal dissipation technique for sap flow measurements in juvenile trees of six species. Trees – Structure and Function, 26:631-640.
Aubrey, D.P.,J.G. Boyles, L.S. Krysinsky, and R.O. Teskey. 2011. Spatial and temporal patterns of xylem sap pH derived from stems and twigs of Populus deltoides L. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 71:376-381.
Aubrey, D.P. and M. Holyoak. 2010. Targeting journals and covering letters. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8(3):161-162.
Coyle, D.R., D.P. Aubrey, C.R. Hickman, and M.D. Coleman. 2010. Not sure about a PhD program? Work in science on a “pre-PhD”. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8(2):102-106.
Coyle, D.R., D.P. Aubrey, and J.Bentz. 2010. Relationship between Erythroneura lawsoni (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) abundance and feeding injury levels with foliar nutrient status in intensively managed American sycamore. Agricultural and Forest Entomology, 12:89-97.
Timpone, J.C.,J.G. Boyles, K.L. Lager, D.P. Aubrey and L.W. Robbins. 2010. Overlap in roosting habits of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) and northern bat (Myotis septentrionalis). American Midland Naturalist, 163:115-123.
Samuelson, L, R. Mathew, T. Stokes, Y. Feng, D. Aubrey, and M. Coleman. 2009. Soil and microbial respiration in a loblolly pine plantation in response to seven years of irrigation and fertilization. Forest Ecology and Management, 258:2431-2438.
Boyles, J.G., D.P. Aubrey, C.R. Hickman, K.L. Murray, J.C. Timpone, and C.H. Ops. 2009. Variation in physiological response of red imported fire ants (Solenopsis invicta) to small-scale thermal heterogeneity. Journal of Thermal Biology, 34(2):81-84.
Boyles, J.G., D.P. Aubrey, B.S. Cooper, J.G. Cox, D.R. Coyle, R.J. Fisher, J.D. Hoffman, and J.J. Storm. 2008. Statistical confusion among graduate students: Sickness or symptom? The Journal of Wildlife Management, 72(8):1869-1871.
Coyle, D.R., M.D. Coleman, and D.P. Aubrey. 2007. Above and belowground biomass accumulation, production, and distribution of sweetgum and loblolly pine grown with irrigation and fertilization. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38(6):1335-1348.
Aubrey, D.P., M.D. Coleman, and D.R. Coyle. 2007. Ice damage in loblolly pine: Understanding the factors that influence susceptibility. Forest Science, 53(5):580-589.
Boyles, J.G., and D.P. Aubrey. 2006. Managing forests with fire: implications for a cavity-dwelling bat species. Forest Ecology and Management,222:108-115. (Oak Woodlands and Forest Fire Consortium Research Highlight)
Wait, D.A., D.P. Aubrey, and W.B. Anderson. 2005. Seabird guano influences on desert islands: soil chemistry and herbaceous species richness and productivity. Journal of Arid Environments, 4:681-695.