Emory Ellis

MSc Student

Earth and Environmental Sciences
Email: emory.ellis@ubc.ca

Research Summary

Using stable water isotopes to understand better how thinning changes forest water uptake strategies. Thinning is a method of decreasing stand water use and increasing tree growth. By quantifying surface water groundwater uptake in lodgepole pines, this study determines how water uptake changes based on forest density and seasonal water availability.


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BA, Hampshire College, Amherst

Faculty Advisor/Supervisor

Adam Wei

Thesis Title

Seasonal water uptake and transpiration partitioning in a young thinned lodgepole pine stand


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