Carbon exchange of a mature , naturally regenerated pine forest in north Florida

@inproceedings{2008CarbonEO,
  title={Carbon exchange of a mature , naturally regenerated pine forest in north Florida},
  author={},
  year={2008}
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  • Published 2008
We used eddy covariance and biomass measurements to quantify the carbon (C) dynamics of a naturally regenerated longleaf pine/slash pine flatwoods ecosystem in north Florida for 4 years, July 2000 to June 2002 and 2004 to 2005, to quantify how forest type, silvicultural intensity and environment influence stand-level C balance. Precipitation over the study periods ranged from extreme drought (July 2000–June 2002) to aboveaverage precipitation (2004 and 2005). After photosynthetic photon flux… CONTINUE READING
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