Chris S. Vogel

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[1] The relationships between terrestrial carbon dioxide flux and its primary environmental drivers are uncertain because the processes controlling CO 2 cycling, especially at ecosystem scales, are not well understood. This uncertainty is compounded by the fact that the importance of controlling processes, and therefore environmental drivers, may differ(More)
Ecological multivariate systems offer a suitable data set on which to apply recent advances in information theory and causality detection. These systems are driven by the interplay of various environmental factors: meteorological and hydrological forcing, which are often correlated with each other at different time lags; and biological factors, primary(More)
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