Author ' s personal copy Partitioning carbon dioxide and water vapor fluxes using correlation analysis

  title={Author ' s personal copy Partitioning carbon dioxide and water vapor fluxes using correlation analysis},
  author={Todd M. Scanlon and William P. Kustas},
Partitioning of eddy covariance flux measurements is routinely done to quantify the contributions of separate processes to the overall fluxes. Measurements of carbon dioxide fluxes represent the difference between gross ecosystem photosynthesis and total respiration, while measurements of water vapor fluxes represent the sum of transpiration and direct evaporation. Existing flux partitioning procedures typically require additional instrumentation and/or invoke scaling assumptions that may or… CONTINUE READING


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