Courtney Siegert
Courtney Siegert
Associate Professor of Forest Hydrology, Mississippi State University
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Effects of wind-driven rainfall on stemflow generation between codominant tree species with differing crown characteristics
JT Van Stan II, CM Siegert, DF Levia Jr, CE Scheick
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151 (9), 1277-1286, 2011
Seasonal and meteorological effects on differential stemflow funneling ratios for two deciduous tree species
CM Siegert, DF Levia
Journal of hydrology 519, 446-454, 2014
Atmospheric deposition and corresponding variability of stemflow chemistry across temporal scales in a mid-Atlantic broadleaved deciduous forest
DF Levia, JT Van Stan, CM Siegert, SP Inamdar, MJ Mitchell, SM Mage, ...
Atmospheric Environment 45 (18), 3046-3054, 2011
A comparison of five forest interception models using global sensitivity and uncertainty analysis
AC Linhoss, CM Siegert
Journal of Hydrology 538, 109-116, 2016
Small-scale topographic variability influences tree species distribution and canopy throughfall partitioning in a temperate deciduous forest
CM Siegert, DF Levia, SA Hudson, AL Dowtin, F Zhang, MJ Mitchell
Forest Ecology and Management 359, 109-117, 2016
Synoptic typing: interdisciplinary application methods with three practical hydroclimatological examples
CM Siegert, DJ Leathers, DF Levia
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 128 (3-4), 603-621, 2017
Do storm synoptic patterns affect biogeochemical fluxes from temperate deciduous forest canopies?
CM Siegert, DF Levia, DJ Leathers, JT Van Stan, MJ Mitchell
Biogeochemistry 132 (3), 273-292, 2017
Stomatal conductance and transpiration of co-occurring seedlings with varying shade tolerance
CM Siegert, DF Levia
Trees 25 (6), 1091-1102, 2011
Could canopy, bark, and leaf litter traits of encroaching non-oak species influence future flammability of upland oak forests?
E Babl, HD Alexander, CM Siegert, JL Willis
Forest Ecology and Management 458, 117731, 2020
Beryllium‐7 wet deposition variation with storm height, synoptic classification, and tree canopy state in the mid‐Atlantic USA
DL Karwan, CM Siegert, DF Levia, J Pizzuto, J Marquard, R Aalto, ...
Hydrological Processes 30 (1), 75-89, 2016
Direct channel precipitation and storm characteristics influence short‐term fallout radionuclide assessment of sediment source
DL Karwan, JE Pizzuto, R Aalto, J Marquard, A Harpold, K Skalak, ...
Water Resources Research 54 (7), 4579-4594, 2018
Spatial and temporal variability of throughfall among oak and co-occurring non-oak tree species in an upland hardwood forest
CM Siegert, NA Drotar, HD Alexander
Geosciences 9 (10), 405, 2019
Shifting tree species composition of upland oak forests alters leaf litter structure, moisture, and flammability
JK McDaniel, HD Alexander, CM Siegert, MA Lashley
Forest Ecology and Management 482, 118860, 2021
Calibration reveals limitations in modeling rainfall interception at the storm scale
AC Linhoss, CM Siegert
Journal of Hydrology 584, 124624, 2020
Interspecific Ecological and Meteorological Controls on Forest Canopy-derived Hydrology and Biogeochemistry in the Southeastern United States
C Siegert, K Limpert, A Karunarathna
the Proceedings of the Mississippi Water Resources Conference, Mississippi …, 2016
Hygroscopic contributions to bark water storage and controls exerted by internal bark structure over water vapor absorption
A Ilek, CM Siegert, A Wade
Trees, 1-13, 2021
Effects of canopy structure on water cycling: Implications for changing forest composition
CM Siegert, KE Limpert, NA Drotar, ML Siegle-Gaither, M Burton, ...
e–Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–253. Asheville, NC: US Department of Agriculture …, 2020
Interspecific Differences in Canopy-Derived Water, Carbon, and Nitrogen in Upland Oak-Hickory Forest
K Limpert, C Siegert
Forests 10 (12), 1121, 2019
Physiological response of mid-canopy sweetgum trees to overstory loblolly pine mortality
NJ Hornslein, C Siegert, HJ Renninger
Trees 33 (1), 139-151, 2019
Biogeochemical hotspots around bark-beetle killed trees
CM Siegert
Proceedings of the 19th biennial southern silvicultural research conference, 2018
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