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Synergy of a warm spring and dry summerAuthor(s): Yude Pan; David Schimel
Source: Nature. 534: 483-484.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionAn analysis suggests that high carbon uptake by US land ecosystems during the warm spring of 2012 offset the carbon loss that resulted from severe drought over the summer — and hints that the warm spring could have worsened the drought.
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CitationPan, Yude; Schimel, David. 2016. Synergy of a warm spring and dry summer. Nature. 534: 483-484.
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