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Seasonal patterns and environmental control of carbon dioxide and water vapour exchange in an ecotonal boreal forestAuthor(s): D.Y. Hollinger; S.M. Goltz; E.A. Davidson; J.T. Lee; K. Tu; H.T. Valentine
Source: Global Change Biology. 5: 891-902.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionCarbon dioxide, water vapour, and sensible heat fluxes were measured above and within a spruce dominated forest near the southern ecotone of the boreal forest in Maine, USA.
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CitationHollinger, D.Y.; Goltz, S.M.; Davidson, E.A.; Lee, J.T.; Tu, K.; Valentine, H.T. 1999. Seasonal patterns and environmental control of carbon dioxide and water vapour exchange in an ecotonal boreal forest. Global Change Biology. 5: 891-902.
KeywordsAmeriFlux, Bowen ratio, carbon exchange, eddy covariance
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