Thermal growing season and timing of biospheric carbon uptake across the Northern Hemisphere: GROWING SEASON AND BIOSPHERIC CO2UPTAKE

@inproceedings{Barichivich2012ThermalGS,
  title={Thermal growing season and timing of biospheric carbon uptake across the Northern Hemisphere: GROWING SEASON AND BIOSPHERIC CO2UPTAKE},
  author={Jonathan Barichivich and Keith R. Briffa and Timothy J. Osborn and Thomas M. Melvin and John P. Caesar},
  year={2012}
}
[1] Gridded daily temperature from 1950 to 2011 and atmospheric CO2concentration data from high-latitude observing stations and the CarbonTracker assimilation system are used to examine recent spatiotemporal variability of the thermal growing season and its relationship with seasonal biospheric carbon uptake and release in the Northern Hemisphere. The thermal growing season has lengthened substantially since 1950 but most of the lengthening has occurred during the last three decades (2.9 days… CONTINUE READING

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