Sources of variability in tissue chemistry in northern hardwood species1

@inproceedings{Yang2016SourcesOV,
  title={Sources of variability in tissue chemistry in northern hardwood species1},
  author={Yang Yang and Ruth D. Yanai and Farrah R. Fatemi and Carrie R. Levine and Paul J. Lilly and Russell D. Briggs},
  year={2016}
}
Measurements of tree tissue chemistry are influenced by the precision and accuracy of laboratory analyses, sampling position within the tree, variation among replicate trees of the same species, and variation from year to year. We characterized these sources of uncertainty for six northern hardwood species and compared them with observed rates of long-term change. Uncertainty associated with laboratory quality control was small (1%–5%) and differed among elements, with K concentrations… CONTINUE READING
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