Cross‐scale impact of climate temporal variability on ecosystem water and carbon fluxes

@inproceedings{Paschalis2015CrossscaleIO,
  title={Cross‐scale impact of climate temporal variability on ecosystem water and carbon fluxes},
  author={A Gkaidatzis Paschalis and Simone Fatichi and Gabriel Katul and Valeriy Ivanov},
  year={2015}
}
While the importance of ecosystem functioning is undisputed in the context of climate change and Earth system modeling, the role of short-scale temporal variability of hydrometeorological forcing (~1?h) on the related ecosystem processes remains to be fully understood. Various impacts of meteorological forcing variability on water and carbon fluxes across a range of scales are explored here using numerical simulations. Synthetic meteorological drivers that highlight dynamic features of the… CONTINUE READING

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