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Given that neither absolute measures nor direct model validations of global terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP) are feasible, intercomparison of global NPP models provides an effective tool to check model consistency. For this study, we tested the assumption that water availability is the primary limiting factor of NPP in global terrestrial(More)
Impact of climate variability and land use changes on global biogenic volatile organic compound emissions J. Lathière, D. A. Hauglustaine, A. Friend, N. De Noblet-Ducoudré, N. Viovy, and G. Folberth Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement (LSCE), Gif-sur-Yvette, France School of Earth and Ocean Sciences (SEOS), University of Victoria,(More)
• G. Churkina, G. Colinet, J. Collatz, W. Emanuel, G. Esser, C. Field, A. Fischer, A. Friend, A. Haxeltine, M. Heimann, J.Hoffstadt, C. Justice, J. Kaduk, L. Kergoat, D. Kicklighter, W. Knorr, G. Kohlmaier, B. Lurin, P. Maisongrande, P. Martin, R. McKeown, B. Meeson, B. Moore, R. Olson, R. Otto, W. Parton, M. Pleochl, S. Prince, J. Randerson, I. Rasool, B.(More)
Three filters in series were employed to separate into groups, according to size, the nuclear debris suspended in air at ground level. The concentrations of airborne Ce(144)-Pr(144), Sb(125), Cs(137), Zr(95)-Nb(95), Mn(54), and Ru(106)-Rh(106) in each size group were determined by gamma spectral analysis. Particles having diameters of less than 1.75 microns(More)