Observed covariance between ecosystem carbon exchange and atmospheric boundary layer dynamics at a site in northern Wisconsin

@inproceedings{Yi2003ObservedCB,
  title={Observed covariance between ecosystem carbon exchange and atmospheric boundary layer dynamics at a site in northern Wisconsin},
  author={Chuixiang Yi and Kenneth J. Davis and Peter S. Bakwin and Allan Scott Denning and Ni Zhang and Ankur Desai and John C Lin and Christoph Gerbig},
  year={2003}
}
[1] Ecosystem CO2 exchange and atmosphere boundary layer (ABL) mixing are correlated diurnally and seasonally as they are both driven by solar insulation. Tracer transport models predict that these covariance signals produce a meridional gradient of annual mean CO2 concentration in the marine boundary layer that is half as strong as the signal produced by fossil fuel emissions. This rectifier effect is simulated by most global tracer transport models. However, observations to constrain the… CONTINUE READING
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