Sunlight mediated seasonality in canopy structure and ph otosy nth etic a ctivity of Am azo n ia n ra i nfo rests

@inproceedings{Knyazikhin2015SunlightMS,
  title={Sunlight mediated seasonality in canopy structure and ph otosy nth etic a ctivity of Am azo n ia n ra i nfo rests},
  author={Yuri Knyazikhin and Sungho Choi and Taejin Park and Jonathan Barichivich and Philippe Ciais and Sangram Ganguly and Forrest G. Hall and Thomas Hilker and Alfredo R. Huete and Matthew O. Jones and John S. Kimball and Alexei I. Lyapustin and Matti Mottus and Ramakrishna R. Nemani and Shilong Piao and Benjamin Poulter and Scott R. Saleska and Sassan Saatchi and Liang Xu and Liming Zhou and Ranga B. Myneni},
  year={2015}
}
Resolving the debate surrounding the nature and controls of seasonal variation in the structure and metabolism of Amazonian rainforests is critical to understanding their response to climate change. In situ studies have observed higher photosynthetic and evapotranspiration rates, increased litterfall and leafflushing during the Sunlight-rich dry season… CONTINUE READING