Simulating impacts of water stress on woody biomass in the southern boreal region of western Canada using a dynamic vegetation model.
Interannual variability of net ecosystem productivity in forests is explained by carbon flux phenology in autumn.
Wu, C.; Chen, J.M.; Black, T.A.; Price, D.T.; Kurz, W.A.; Desai, A.R.; Gonsamo, A.; Jassal, R.S.; Gough, C.M.; Bohrer, G.; Dragoni, D.; Herbst, M.; Gielen, B.; Berninger, F.; Vesala, T.; Mammarella, I.; Pilegaard, K.; Blanken, P.D.
Catalog ID: 34367
Issued by: Pacific Forestry Centre
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Land surface phenology from optical satellite measurement and CO2 eddy covariance technique.
Interannual variability of net carbon exchange is related to the lag between the end-dates of net carbon uptake and photosynthesis: evidence from long records at two contrasting forest stands.
Interannual and spatial impacts of phenological transitions, growing season length, and spring and autumn temperatures on carbon sequestration: a North America flux data synthesis.