The roles of hydraulic and carbon stress in a widespread climate-induced forest die-off.

@article{Anderegg2012TheRO,
  title={The roles of hydraulic and carbon stress in a widespread climate-induced forest die-off.},
  author={William R L Anderegg and Joseph A. Berry and Duncan D. Smith and John S. Sperry and Leander D L Anderegg and Christopher B. Field},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2012},
  volume={109 1},
  pages={233-7}
}
Forest ecosystems store approximately 45% of the carbon found in terrestrial ecosystems, but they are sensitive to climate-induced dieback. Forest die-off constitutes a large uncertainty in projections of climate impacts on terrestrial ecosystems, climate-ecosystem interactions, and carbon-cycle feedbacks. Current understanding of the physiological mechanisms mediating climate-induced forest mortality limits the ability to model or project these threshold events. We report here a direct and in… CONTINUE READING
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