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    Author(s): L. D. Emberson; W. J. Massman; P. Buker; G. Soja; I. Van De Sand; G. Mills; C. Jacobs
    Date: 2006
    Source: In: Wieser, G.; Tausz, M., eds. Proceedings on the workshop: Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-based Concept; 15-19 November 2005; Obergurgl, Tyrol, Austria. Vienna, Austria: Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (BFW). p. 219-225.
    Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    Currently, stomatal O3 flux and flux-response models only exist for wheat and potato (LRTAP Convention, 2004), as such there is a need to extend these models to include additional crop types. The possibility of establishing robust stomatal flux models for five agricultural crops (tomato, grapevine, sugar beet, maize and sunflower) was investigated. These crops were selected on consideration of their distribution across Europe, sensitivity to ozone and economic value.

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    Emberson, L. D.; Massman, W. J.; Buker, P.; Soja, G.; Van De Sand, I.; Mills, G.; Jacobs, C. 2006. The development, evaluation, and application of O3 flux and flux-response models for additional agricultural crops. In: Wieser, G.; Tausz, M., eds. Proceedings on the workshop: Critical Levels of Ozone: Further Applying and Developing the Flux-based Concept; 15-19 November 2005; Obergurgl, Tyrol, Austria. Vienna, Austria: Federal Research and Training Centre for Forests, Natural Hazards and Landscape (BFW). p. 219-225.

    Keywords

    O3 flux, flux-response models

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