Publications

22. SA Cowling (2012) Did early land plants use carbon-concentrating mechanisms? Trends   in Plant Science, TRPLSC_1021, 1-5.

21. SA Finkelstein and SA Cowling (2011) Wetlands, temperature, atmospheric CO2 and CH4 coupling over the past two millennia. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Vol 25, GB1002

20.  SA Cowling, CD Jones, and PM Cox (2009) Greening the terrestrial biosphere: simulated feedbacks on atmospheric heat and energy circulation. Climate Dynamics 32 (2-3), 287-299.

19.  E Pinto1, Y Shin1, SA Cowling, CD Jones, and PM Cox (2009) Past, present and future vegetation-cloud feedbacks in the Amazon Basin. Climate Dynamics 32 (6), 741-751.

18.  SA Cowling, Y Shin1, E Pinto1and CD Jones (2008) Water recycling by Amazonian vegetation: coupled versus uncoupled vegetation-climate interactions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences (Series B) 363, 1865-1871.

17.  SA Cowling, PM Cox, CD Jones, MA Maslin, M Peros1, and SA Spall (2008) Simulated glacial and interglacial vegetation across Africa: implications for species phylogenies and trans-African migration of plants and animals. Global Change Biology 14, 827-840.

16.  SA Cowling, CD Jones and PM Cox (2007) Consequences of C4 photosynthesis for land-surface climate and terrestrial carbon storage. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 112, G01020, doi:10.1029/2005JG000095

15.  SA Cowling, Y Shin1 (2006) Simulated ecosystem threshold responses to co-varying temperature, precipitation and atmospheric CO2 within a region of Amazonia. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 15(6), 553-566.

14.  M Maslin, Y Malhi, Oliver Phillips, and S Cowling (2005) New views on an old forest: assessing the longevity, resilience and future of the Amazon Rainforest. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 30, 477-499.

13. TGF Kittel, NA Rosenbloom, JA Royle, C Daly, WP Gibson, HH Fisher, P Thornton, D Yates, S Aulenbach, C Kaufman, R McKeown, D Bachelet, DS Schimel, and VEMAP2 Participants (including SA Cowling) (2004) The VEMAP Phase 2 bioclimatic database. I: A gridded historical (20th century) climate dataset for modelling ecosystem dynamics across the coterminous United States. Climate Research 27:151-170.

12.  SA Cowling (2004) Tropical forest structure: a missing dimension to Pleistocene landscapes. Journal of Quaternary Science 19(7), 733-743.

11.  SA Cowling, PM Cox, RA Betts, VJ Ettwein, CD Jones, MA Maslin and SA Spall (2004) Contrasting simulated past and future responses of the Amazonian forest to atmospheric change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London: Biological Sciences 359, 539-547.

10.  SA Cowling and CB Field (2003) Environmental controls of leaf area production: implications for vegetation and land surface modelling. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 17(1), article number 1007.

9.  SA Cowling, MT Sykes and RHW Bradshaw (2001b) Palaeovegetation data-model comparisons, climate change and tree succession in Scandinavia over the past 1500 years. Journal of Ecology 89, 227-236.

8.  SA Cowling (2001) Plant carbon balance, evolutionary innovation and extinction in land plants. Global Change Biology, 7, 231-240.

7.  SA Cowling, MA Maslin and MT Sykes (2001a) Paleovegetation simulations of lowland Amazonia and implications for theories of neotropical allopatry and speciation. Quaternary Research 55, 140-149.

6. RHW Bradshaw, B Holmqvist, SA Cowling, and MT Sykes (2000) The effects of climate change on the distribution and management of Picea abies in southern Scandinavia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30, 1992-1998.

5.  SA Cowling and MT Sykes (2000) Reply: Do low CO2 concentrations affect pollen-based reconstruction of LGM climate?  Quaternary Research 53, 405-406.

4.  SA Cowling (1999b) Plants and temperature-CO2 uncoupling. Science 285, 1500-1501.

3.  SA Cowling and MT Sykes (1999) Physiological significance of low atmospheric CO2 for plant-climate interactions. Quaternary Research 52, 237-242.

2. SA Cowling (1999a) Simulated effects of low atmospheric CO2 on structure and composition of North American vegetation at the Last Glacial Maximum. Global Ecology and Biogeography 8, 81-93.

1. SA Cowling and RF Sage (1998) Interactive effects of low atmospheric CO2 and elevated temperature on growth, photosynthesis and respiration in Phaseolus vulgarisPlant, Cell and Environment 21, 427-435.

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Name1 denotes student researcher

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

IC Prentice, SA Cowling1 (in press, Feb’12) Chapter 412: Dynamic Vegetation Models. In Encyclopedia of Biodiversity (Simon Levin, editor), pp X-Y. Elsevier Publishing, New York.

SA Cowling (2011) Physiological responses of plants to Pleistocene conditions. In Tropical Rainforest Responses to Climatic Change (M Bush and J Flenley, eds.), 2nd edition, pp. 359-380. Praxis-Springer, New York.

SA Cowling (2006) Physiological responses of plants to Pleistocene conditions. In Tropical Rainforest Responses to Climatic Change (M Bush and J Flenley, eds.), pp. 333-349. Praxis-Springer, New York.

SA Cowling, RA Betts, PM Cox, VJ Ettwein, CD Jones, MA Maslin and SA Spall (2005) Modelling the past and future fate of the Amazonian forest. In Tropical Forests and Global Atmospheric Change (Y Malhi, O Phillips, eds). Oxford University Press.

RF Sage and SA Cowling (1999) Implications of stress in low CO2 atmospheres of the past: are today’s plants too conservative for a high CO2 world? In: Luo Y, Mooney HA (eds.) Carbon Dioxide and Environmental Stress, pp. 289-308. Academic Press, San Diego.

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