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CO2 exchange between air and water in an Arctic Alaskan and midlatitude Swiss lake: Importance of convective mixing
[1] CO2 exchange between lake water and the atmosphere was investigated at Toolik Lake (Alaska) and Soppensee (Switzerland) employing the eddy covariance (EC) method. The results obtained from threeExpand
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Trees Grow on Money: Urban Tree Canopy Cover and Environmental Justice
This study examines the distributional equity of urban tree canopy (UTC) cover for Baltimore, MD, Los Angeles, CA, New York, NY, Philadelphia, PA, Raleigh, NC, Sacramento, CA, and Washington, D.C.Expand
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Land-atmosphere energy exchange in Arctic tundra and boreal forest: available data and feedbacks to climate.
This paper summarizes and analyses available data on the surface energy balance of Arctic tundra and boreal forest. The complex interactions between ecosystems and their surface energy balance areExpand
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Modelled changes in arctic tundra snow, energy and moisture fluxes due to increased shrubs
In arctic tundra, shrubs can significantly modify the distribution and physical characteristics of snow, influencing the exchanges of energy and moisture between terrestrial ecosystems and theExpand
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Summer Differences among Arctic Ecosystems in Regional Climate Forcing
Biome differences in surface energy balance strongly affect climate. However, arctic vegetation is considered sufficiently uniform that only a single arctic land surface type is generally used inExpand
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The controls on net ecosystem productivity along an Arctic transect: a model comparison with flux measurements
Assessments of carbon (C) fluxes in the Arctic require detailed data on both how and why these fluxes vary across the landscape. Such assessments are complicated because tundra vegetation has diverseExpand
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The residential landscape: fluxes of elements and the role of household decisions
We assessed biogeochemical cycling of elements through residential household landscapes to evaluate the importance of annual to decadal household-level decisions for element fluxes that contribute toExpand
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Phylogenetic and functional characteristics of household yard floras and their changes along an urbanization gradient
Urban areas are among the most heavily managed landscapes in the world, yet they harbor a remarkable richness of species. Private yards are common habitats in urban areas and are places whereExpand
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Biological and environmental controls on tree transpiration in a suburban landscape
[1] Tree transpiration provides a variety of ecosystem services in urban areas, including amelioration of urban heat island effects and storm water management. Tree species vary in the magnitude andExpand
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Mapping urban forest leaf area index with airborne lidar using penetration metrics and allometry
Abstract In urban areas, leaf area index (LAI) is a key ecosystem structural attribute with implications for energy and water balance, gas exchange, and anthropogenic energy use. In this study, weExpand
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