Sources and sinks of carbonyl sulfide in an agricultural field in the Southern Great Plains.

@article{Maseyk2014SourcesAS,
  title={Sources and sinks of carbonyl sulfide in an agricultural field in the Southern Great Plains.},
  author={Kadmiel S Maseyk and Joseph A. Berry and Dave P. Billesbach and John Elliott Campbell and Margaret S. Torn and Mark S. Zahniser and Ulli Seibt},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2014},
  volume={111 25},
  pages={9064-9}
}
Net photosynthesis is the largest single flux in the global carbon cycle, but controls over its variability are poorly understood because there is no direct way of measuring it at the ecosystem scale. We report observations of ecosystem carbonyl sulfide (COS) and CO2 fluxes that resolve key gaps in an emerging framework for using concurrent COS and CO2 measurements to quantify terrestrial gross primary productivity. At a wheat field in Oklahoma we found that in the peak growing season the flux… CONTINUE READING
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