Estimating parameters in a land-surface model by applying nonlinear inversion to eddy covariance flux measurements from eight FLUXNET sites

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  title={Estimating parameters in a land-surface model by applying nonlinear inversion to eddy covariance flux measurements from eight FLUXNET sites},
  author={},
  year={2006}
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  • Published 2006
Flux measurements from eight global FLUXNET sites were used to estimate parameters in a process-based, land-surface model (CSIRO Biosphere Model (CBM), using nonlinear parameter estimation techniques. The parameters examined were the maximum photosynthetic carboxylation rate (vcmax; 25) the potential photosynthetic electron transport rate (jmax, 25) of the leaf at the top of the canopy, and basal soil respiration (rs, 25), all at a reference temperature of 25 1C. Eddy covariance measurements… CONTINUE READING

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