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2017
  • Drusch, M., Moreno, J., Del Bello, U., Franco, R., Goulas, Y., Huth, A., Kraft, S., Middleton, E., Miglietta, F., Mohammed, G., Nedbal, L., Rascher, U., and Schuttemeyer, D. 2017. 
    The FLuorescence EXplorer (FLEX) mission concept – ESA's Earth Explorer 8 (EE8).  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 55(3): 1273-1284
    [doi:10.1109/TGRS.2016.2621820].

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2014 - 2016
  • Van der Tol, C., Rossini, M., Cogliati, S., Verhoef, W., Colombo, R., Rascher, U., and Mohammed, G. 2016.  A model and measurement comparison of diurnal cycles of sun induced chlorophyll fluorescence of crops.  Remote Sensing of Environment. 186: 663-677 [doi:10.1016/j.rse.2016.09.021].
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  • Verrelst, J., van der Tol, C., Magnani, F., Sabater, N., Rivera, J.P., Mohammed, G., and Moreno, J. 2016.  Evaluating the predictive power of sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence to estimate net photosynthesis of vegetation canopies: A SCOPE modelling study.  Remote Sensing of Environment. 176: 139-151 [doi:10.1016/j.rse.2016.01.018].
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  • Verrelst, J., Rivera, J.P., Van der Tol, C., Magnani, F., Mohammed, G. and Moreno, J. 2015. 
    Global sensitivity analysis of the SCOPE model: What drives simulated canopy-leaving sun-induced fluorescence?  Rem. Sen. Environ. 166: 8-21 [doi:10.1016/j.rse.2015.06.002].
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  • Ač, A., Malenovský, Z., Olejnícková, J., Gallé, A., Rascher, U. and Mohammed, G.H. 2015.  Meta-analysis assessing potential of steady-state chlorophyll fluorescence for remote sensing detection of plant water, temperature and nitrogen stress.  Rem. Sen. Environ. 168: 420-436 [doi:10.1016/j.rse.2015.07.022].
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  • Magnani, F., Raddi, S., Mohammed, G. and Middleton, E.M. 2014.  Let's exploit available knowledge on vegetation fluorescence.  Technical Response Letter.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, June 3, 2014.
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2002 - 2004
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    • Zarco-Tejada, P.J., Miller, J.R., Harron, J., Hu, B., Noland, T.L., Goel, N., Mohammed, G.H. and Sampson, P.H. 2004.  Needle chlorophyll content estimation through model inversion using hyperspectral data from Boreal Conifer Forest Canopies.  Rem. Sen. Environ. (BOREAS Special Issue III) 89: 189-199.
      [ Read it HERE ]
    • Sampson, P.H., Zarco-Tejada, P.J., Mohammed, G.H., Miller, J.R., Noland, T.L. and Fleming, R.L. 2003.  Hyperspectral remote sensing of forest condition: Estimation of chlorophyll content in tolerant hardwoods.  For. Sci. 49(3): 381-391.
      [ Read it HERE ]
    • Zarco-Tejada, P.J., Miller, J.R., Mohammed, G.H., Noland, T.L. and Sampson, P.H. 2002.  Vegetation stress detection through Chlorophyll a+b estimation and fluorescence effects on hyperspectral imagery.  J. Environ. Qual. 31: 1433-1441.
      [ Read it HERE ]

    2001
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    • Noland, T.L., Mohammed, G.H. and Seymour N.H. 2001.  An improved fluorescein diacetate seed viability test for jack pine, black spruce, and white spruce.  Seed Sci. Technol. 29: 509-516.
    • Noland, T.L., Mohammed, G.H. and Wagner R.G. 2001.  Morphological characteristics associated with tolerance to competition from herbaceous vegetation for seedlings of jack pine, black spruce, and white pine.  New For. 21: 199-215.
    • Sampson, P.H., Treitz, P.M. and Mohammed G.H. 2001.  Remote sensing of forest condition in tolerant hardwoods: An examination of spatial scale, structure, and function.  Can J. Remote Sensing 27(3): 232-246.
    • Zarco-Tejada, P.J., Miller, J.R., Mohammed, G.H., Noland, T.L. and Sampson, P.H. 2001.  Estimation of chlorophyll fluorescence under natural illumination from hyperspectral data.  International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (JAG) (Special Issue on Applications of Imaging Spectroscopy) 3(4): 321-327.
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    • Zarco-Tejada, P.J., Miller, J.R., Mohammed, G.H., Noland, T.L. and Sampson, P.H. 2001.  Scaling-up and model inversion methods with narrow-band optical indices for chlorophyll content estimation in closed forest canopies with hyperspectral data.  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (Special Issue on Hyperspectral Remote Sensing) 39(7): 1491-1507.
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    2000
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    • Parker, W.C. and Mohammed, G.H. 2000.  Photosynthetic acclimation of shade-grown red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait.) seedlings to a high light environment.  New Forests 19(1): 1-11.
    • Sampson, P.H., Mohammed, G.H., Zarco-Tejada, P.J., Miller, J.R., Noland, T.L., Irving, D., Treitz, P.M., Colombo S.J., Freemantle, J. 2000.  The Bioindicators of Forest Condition Project: A physiological, remote sensing approach.  For. Chron. 76(6): 941-952.
      [ Read it HERE ]   [ Read the ABSTRACT ]
    • Zarco-Tejada, P.J., Miller, J.R., Mohammed, G.H. and Noland, T.L. 2000.  Chlorophyll fluorescence effects on vegetation apparent reflectance: I. Leaf-level measurements and model simulation.  Rem. Sens. Environ. 74(3): 582-595.
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    • Zarco-Tejada, P.J., Miller, J.R., Mohammed, G.H., Noland, T.L. and Sampson, P.H. 2000.  Chlorophyll fluorescence effects on vegetation apparent reflectance: II. Laboratory and airborne canopy-level measurements with hyperspectral data.  Rem. Sens. Environ. 74(3): 596-608.
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    1997 - 1999
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    • Mohammed, G.H. and Parker, W.C. 1999.  Photosynthetic acclimation in eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis (L.) Carr.) seedlings following transfer of shade-grown seedlings to high light.  Trees - Structure and Function 13 (3): 117-124.
    • Wagner, R.G., Mohammed, G.H. and Noland, T.L. 1999.  Critical period of interspecific competition for northern conifers associated with herbaceous vegetation.  Can. J. For. Res. 29(7): 890-897.
    • Mohammed, G.H., Noland, T.L. and Wagner, R.G. 1998.  Physiological perturbation in jack pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) in the presence of competing herbaceous vegetation.  For. Ecol. Manage. 103: 77-85.
    • Binder, W.D., Fielder, P. and Mohammed, G.H. 1997.  Applications of chlorophyll fluorescence for stock quality assessment using different types of fluorometers.  New Forests 13(1-3): 63-89.
    • Mohammed, G.H. 1997.  Making the grade: a synopsis.  New Forests 13(1-3): 3-6.
    • Mohammed, G.H. 1997.  The status and future of stock quality assessment.  New Forests 13(1-3): 491-514.
    • Mohammed, G.H., Noland, T.L., Parker, W.C. and Wagner, R.G. 1997.  Pre-planting physiological stress assessment to forecast field growth performance of jack pine and black spruce seedlings with stress-testing and physiological assessment.  For. Ecol. Manage. 92: 107-117.
    • Noland, T.L. and Mohammed, G.H. 1997.  Fluorescein diacetate as a viability stain for tree roots and seeds.  New Forests 14: 221-232.
    • Noland, T.L., Mohammed, G.H. and Scott, M. 1997.  The dependence of root growth potential on photosynthetic rate and root starch content in jack pine seedlings.  New Forests 13(1-3): 105-119.

    1991 - 1996
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    • Wagner, R.G., Noland, T.L. and Mohammed, G.H. 1996.  Timing and duration of herbaceous vegetation control around four northern coniferous species.  N. Z. J. For. Sci. 26 (1-2): 39-52.
    • Menes, P.A. and Mohammed, G.H. 1995.  Identifying the root collar on forest tree seedlings.  For. Chron. 71(3): 304-310.
    • Mohammed, G.H. 1995.  Making the Grade – the keynote speaker's synopsis.  Seedling Physiol. Rep., Winter 1995. pp.2-3
    • Mohammed, G.H., Binder, W.D. and Gillies, S.L. 1995.  Chlorophyll fluorescence: a review of its practical forestry applications and instrumentation.  Scand. J. For. Res. 10: 383-410.
    • Mohammed, G.H., Gillies, S.L. and Vidaver, W.E. 1992.  Ex vitro photosynthetic activity in plantlets of tissue-cultured Douglas-fir.  Tree Physiology 10: 403-410.
    • Mohammed, G.H. and Vidaver, W.E. 1991.  Early development of Douglas-fir plantlets following transfer to the greenhouse.  Plant Science 76: 259-265.
    • Mohammed, G.H. and Vidaver, W.E. 1991.  Plantlet morphology and the regulation of net water loss in tissue-cultured Douglas-fir.  Physiol. Plant. 83: 117-121.

    1986 - 1990
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    • Mohammed, G.H. and Vidaver, W.E. 1990.  The influence of acclimatization treatment and plantlet morphology on early greenhouse-performance of tissue-cultured Douglas-fir [Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco].  Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 21: 111-117.
    • Mohammed, G.H., Patel, K.R. and Vidaver, W.E. 1989.  The control of adventitious root production in tissue-cultured Douglas-fir.  Can. J. For. Res. 19: 1322-1329.
    • Mohammed, G.H. and Patel, K.R. 1989.  Tissue culture micropropagation of Douglas fir.  New Forests 3: 125-139.
    • Mohammed, G.H. and Vidaver, W.E. 1988.  Root production and plantlet development in tissue-cultured conifers.  Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 14: 137-160.
    • Dunstan, D.I., Mohammed, G.H. and Thorpe, T.A. 1987.  Morphogenetic response of vegetative bud explants of adolescent and mature Picea glauca (Moench) Voss in vitro.  New Phytologist 106: 225-236.
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    • Mohammed, G.H., Dunstan, D.I. and Thorpe, T.A. 1986.  Influence of nutrient medium upon shoot initiation on vegetative explants excised from 15 to 18 year old Picea glauca.  N. Z. J. For. Sci. 16(3): 297-305.
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    • Dunstan, D.I., Mohammed, G.H. and Thorpe, T.A. 1986.  Shoot production and elongation on explants from vegetative buds excised from 17 to 20 year old Pseudotsuga menziesii.  N. Z. J. For. Sci. 16(3): 269-282.
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