Jim Le Moine

Jim Le MoineResearch Staff

April 6, 2018
Headshot Jim LeMoine
Terrestrial ecosystems, Tree physiology, Isotopes

    Jim manages the labs for Professor Mariah Carbone and Professor Andrew Richardson. His research interests include terrestrial ecosystem science and global change; terrestrial carbon, nitrogen, and mercury cycling; biosphere-atmosphere interactions; phenology; forest ecology and management; tree physiology; and the use of using isotopes (especially 13C, 14C, and 15N) to understand biogeochemical cycling.

    Full Curriculum Vitae 
    Selected Publications:

    D Zheng, J Rademacher, J Chen, T Crow, M Bresee, J Le Moine, SR Ryu. 2004. Estimating aboveground biomass using Landsat 7 ETM+ data across a managed landscape in northern Wisconsin, USA. Remote sensing of environment 93 (3), 402-411.

    LE Nave, CM Gough, KD Maurer, G Bohrer, BS Hardiman, J Le Moine, et al. 2011. Disturbance and the resilience of coupled carbon and nitrogen cycling in a north temperate forest. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 116 (G4).

    S Ma, J Chen, M North, HE Erickson, M Bresee, J Le Moine. 2004. Short-term effects of experimental burning and thinning on soil respiration in an old-growth, mixed-conifer forest.Environmental Management 33 (1), S148-S159.

    JM Crumsey, JM Le Moine, Y Capowiez, MM Goodsitt, SC Larson, et al. 2013. Community‐specific impacts of exotic earthworm invasions on soil carbon dynamics in a sandy temperate forest. Ecology 94 (12), 2827-2837