Grace L Miner

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A common approach for estimating fluxes of CO2 and water in canopy models is to couple a model of photosynthesis (An ) to a semi-empirical model of stomatal conductance (gs ) such as the widely validated and utilized Ball-Berry (BB) model. This coupling provides an effective way of predicting transpiration at multiple scales. However, the designated value(More)
The scientists and their disciplines During the 2012 Fall semester, Colorado State University I-WATER fellows were charged with the task of examining " Integration at the Interfaces " of the I-WATER themes. The I-WATER program contains three major research themes – each fellow is seated within one of these three research themes (Fig. 1): Specifically,(More)
The Ball-Berry (BB) model of stomatal conductance (gs ) is frequently coupled with a model of assimilation to estimate water and carbon exchanges in plant canopies. The empirical slope (m) and 'residual' gs (g0 ) parameters of the BB model influence transpiration estimates, but the time-intensive nature of measurement limits species-specific data on(More)
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