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    We used the eddy-correlation technique to investigate the exchange of C02 between an undisturbed old-growth forest and the atmosphere at a remote Southern Hemisphere site on 15 d between 1989 and 1990. Our goal was to determine how environmental factors regulate ecosystem CO2 exchange, and to test whether present knowledge of leaf-level processes was sufficient to understand ecosystem-level exchange.

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    Hollinger, D.Y.; Kelliher, F.M.; Byers, J.N.; Hunt, J.E.; McSeveny, T.M.; Weir, P.L. 1994. Carbon dioxide exchange between an undisturbed old-growth temperate forest and the atmosphere. Ecology. 75(1): 134-150.

    Keywords

    atmospheric turbulence, canopy, CO2 exchange vs. PPFD, daytime ecosystem light use efficiency, eddy correlation, gas exchange, nocturnal CO2 flux, Nothofagus, southern hemisphere old-growth forest

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