Sensitivity of catchment-aggregated estimates of soil carbon dioxide efflux to topography under different climatic conditions

@inproceedings{Webster2008SensitivityOC,
  title={Sensitivity of catchment-aggregated estimates of soil carbon dioxide efflux to topography under different climatic conditions},
  author={Kristen Webster and Irena F. Creed and F. D. Beall and Richard A. Bourbonniere},
  year={2008}
}
[1] Soil respiration (Rs) is an important component of regional carbon budgets in forested landscapes. Within a sugar maple forest on the Algoma Highlands of the Canadian Shield, mosaics of topographic features create gradients in environmental conditions and carbon pools that influence the pattern of Rs within the region. The sensitivity of catchment-aggregated Rs (CAR) to different spatial partitioning schemes of the landscape under different climate scenarios was examined in two contrasting… CONTINUE READING

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