Determining carbon isotope signatures from micrometeorological measurements: Implications for studying biosphere–atmosphere exchange processes

@article{Griffis2007DeterminingCI,
  title={Determining carbon isotope signatures from micrometeorological measurements: Implications for studying biosphere–atmosphere exchange processes},
  author={Timothy J. Griffis and Jianmin Zhang and John Michael Baker and Natascha Kljun and Kavcie A. Billmark},
  journal={Boundary-Layer Meteorology},
  year={2007},
  volume={123},
  pages={295-316}
}
In recent years considerable effort has been focused on combining micrometeorological and stable isotope techniques to partition net fluxes and to study biosphere–atmosphere exchange processes. While much progress has been achieved over the last decade, some new issues are beginning to emerge as technological advances, such as laser spectroscopy, permit isotopic fluxes to be measured more easily and continuously in the field. Traditional investigations have quantified the isotopic composition… CONTINUE READING
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