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Initial assessment of multi-scale measures of C02 and H20 flux in the Siberian taiga

Author(s):

F.M. Kelliher
E.-D. Schulze
N.N. Vygodskaya
A. Varlagin
I. Milukova
J.N. Byers
A. Sogachov
J.E. Hunt
T.M. McSeveny
K.I. Kobak
G. Bauer
A. Arneth

Year:

1995

Publication type:

Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Primary Station(s):

Northern Research Station

Source:

Journal of Biogeography. 22: 425-431.

Description

We measured CO2 and H2O fluxes between undisturbed Larix gmelinii forest and the atmosphere at a remote Eastern Siberian site in July 1993. Scaled-up leaf-level porometer measurements agreed with those derived from the eddy correlation technique for the canopy fluxes of CO2 and H2O. Patch-scale measurements of ecosystem CO2 exchange agreed in turn with regional CO2 exchange rates derived from aircraft measurements made throughout the convective boundary layer.

Citation

Hollinger, D.Y.; Kelliher, F.M.; Schulze, E.-D.; Vygodskaya, N.N.; Varlagin, A.; Milukova, I.; Byers, J.N.; Sogachov, A.; Hunt, J.E.; McSeveny, T.M.; Kobak, K.I.; Bauer, G.; Arneth, A. 1995. Initial assessment of multi-scale measures of C02 and H20 flux in the Siberian taiga. Journal of Biogeography. 22: 425-431.

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