A new mechanistic framework to predict OCS fluxes from soils

@inproceedings{Oge2015ANM,
  title={A new mechanistic framework to predict OCS fluxes from soils},
  author={J{\'e}r{\^o}me Og{\'e}e and Joana Sauze and J Kesselmeier and Bernard Genty and Heidi Van Diest and Thomas Launois and Lisa Wingate},
  year={2015}
}
  • Jérôme Ogée, Joana Sauze, +4 authors Lisa Wingate
  • Published 2015
  • Estimates of photosynthetic and respiratory fluxes at large scales are needed to improve our predictions of the current and future global CO2 cycle. Carbonyl sulfide (OCS) is the most abundant sulfur gas in the atmosphere and has been proposed as a new tracer of photosynthetic gross primary productivity (GPP), as the uptake of OCS from the atmosphere is dominated by the activity of carbonic anhydrase (CA), an enzyme abundant in leaves that also catalyses CO2 hydration during photosynthesis… CONTINUE READING

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