A Simplified GIS Approach to Modeling Global Leaf Water Isoscapes

@article{West2008ASG,
  title={A Simplified GIS Approach to Modeling Global Leaf Water Isoscapes},
  author={Jason B. West and Adam Sobek and James R Ehleringer},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={477 - 488}
}
The stable hydrogen (delta(2)H) and oxygen (delta(18)O) isotope ratios of organic and inorganic materials record biological and physical processes through the effects of substrate isotopic composition and fractionations that occur as reactions proceed. At large scales, these processes can exhibit spatial predictability because of the effects of coherent climatic patterns over the Earth's surface. Attempts to model spatial variation in the stable isotope ratios of water have been made for… CONTINUE READING
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