Carbon, Water, and Energy Exchanges of a Hybrid Poplar Plantation During the First Five Years Following Planting

@article{Cai2011CarbonWA,
  title={Carbon, Water, and Energy Exchanges of a Hybrid Poplar Plantation During the First Five Years Following Planting},
  author={Tiebo Cai and David T. Price and Alberto L. Orchansky and Barb R. Thomas},
  journal={Ecosystems},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={658-671}
}
Eddy covariance was used to measure above-canopy exchanges of CO2 and water vapor at an operational plantation of hybrid poplar (variety “Walker”) established on marginal agricultural land in east central Alberta, Canada. Winter ecosystem respiration (R e) rates were inferred from seasonal changes in the normalized respiration rate at 10°C (R 10) for the growing season and observations of soil CO2 concentration measured with solid-state probes. Over five consecutive growing seasons following… CONTINUE READING
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