Partitioning forest carbon fluxes with overstory and understory eddy-covariance measurements : A synthesis based on FLUXNET data

@inproceedings{Misson2007PartitioningFC,
  title={Partitioning forest carbon fluxes with overstory and understory eddy-covariance measurements : A synthesis based on FLUXNET data},
  author={Laurent Misson and Dennis D. Baldocchi and Thomas Andrew Black and Peter D. Blanken and Yves W. Brunet and Jorge Curiel Yuste and John R. Dorsey and Matthias Falk and Alexandre Granier and Mark Irvine and Nathalie Jarosz and Eric Lamaud and Samuli Launiainen and Beverly E. Law and Bernard Longdoz and Denis Loustau and Megan McKay and Timo Vesala and D. T. Vickers and Matthew Williams and Allen H. Goldstein},
  year={2007}
}
Forests are complex ecosystems characterized by several distinctive vertical layers with different functional properties. Measurements of CO2 fluxes by the eddy-covariance method at different heights can be used to separate sources and sinks in these layers. We used meteorological and eddy-covariance flux data gathered at 10 sites in the FLUXNET network across a wide range of forest type, structure and climate. We showed that eddy-covariance flux measurements made in the understory are… CONTINUE READING
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