Publications

Publications Found: 912
A Novel Correction For Biases In Forest Eddy Covariance Carbon Balance
Hayek, M. N., Wehr, R., Longo, M., Hutyra, L. R., Wiedemann, K., Munger, J. W., Bonal, D., Saleska, S. R., Fitzjarrald, D. R., Wofsy, S. C.


Journal: Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, Volume 250-251: 90-101 (2018). DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2017.12.186 Sites: BR-Sa1, US-Ha1

Bark Beetle-Induced Tree Mortality Alters Stand Energy Budgets Due To Water Budget Changes
Reed, D. E., Ewers, B. E., Pendall, E., Frank, J., Kelly, R.

Insect outbreaks are major disturbances that affect a land area similar to that of forest fires across North America. The recent mountain pine bark beetle (D endroctonus ponderosae) outbreak and its associated blue stain fungi (Grosmannia clavigera) are impacting water partitioning processes of forests in the Rocky Mountain region …


Journal: Theoretical And Applied Climatology, Volume 131 (1-2): 153-165 (2018). DOI: 10.1007/s00704-016-1965-9 Sites: US-CPk

Decadal-Scale Reduction In Forest Net Ecosystem Production Following Insect Defoliation Contrasts With Short-Term Impacts Of Prescribed Fires
Clark, K., Renninger, H., Skowronski, N., Gallagher, M., Schäfer, K.

Understanding processes underlying forest carbon dynamics is essential for accurately predicting the outcomes of non-stand-replacing disturbance in intermediate-age forests. We quantified net ecosystem production (NEP), aboveground net primary production (ANPP), and the dynamics of major carbon (C) pools before and during the decade …


Journal: Forests, Volume 9 (3): 145 (2018). DOI: doi:10.3390/f9030145 Sites: US-Ced, US-Slt

Assessing The Interplay Between Canopy Energy Balance And Photosynthesis With Cellulose δ18o: Large-Scale Patterns And Independent Ground-Truthing
Helliker, B. R., Song, X., Goulden, M. L., Clark, K., Bolstad, P., Munger, J. W., Chen, J., Noormets, A., Hollinger, D., Wofsy, S., Martin, T., Baldocchi, D., Euskirchenn, E., Desai, A., Burns, S. P.

There are few whole-canopy or ecosystem scale assessments of the interplay between canopy temperature and photosynthesis across both spatial and temporal scales. The stable oxygen isotope ratio (δ18O) of plant cellulose can be used to resolve a photosynthesis-weighted estimate of canopy temperature, but the method requires independent …


Journal: Oecologia, Volume : (2018). DOI: 10.1007/s00442-018-4198-z Sites: US-Bar, US-GLE, US-Ha1, US-NWT, US-WBW, US-WCr

Links Between Annual Surface Temperature Variation And Land Cover Heterogeneity For A Boreal Forest As Characterized By Continuous, Fibre-Optic Dts Monitoring
Saito, K., Iwahana, G., Ikawa, H., Nagano, H., Busey, R. C.

A fibre-optic DTS (distributed temperature sensing) system using Raman-scattering optical time domain reflectometry was deployed to monitor a boreal forest research site in the interior of Alaska. Surface temperatures range between −40°C in winter and 30°C in summer at this site. In parallel experiments, a fibre-optic cable sensor …


Journal: Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods And Data Systems, Volume 7 (3): 223-234 (2018). DOI: 10.5194/gi-7-223-2018 Sites: US-Prr

The Importance Of Drought–Pathogen Interactions In Driving Oak Mortality Events In The Ozark Border Region
Wood, J. D., Knapp, B. O., Muzika, R., Stambaugh, M. C., Gu, L.


Journal: Environmental Research Letters, Volume 13 (1): 015004 (2018). DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aa94fa Sites: US-MOz

Biophysical Factors And Canopy Coupling Control Ecosystem Water And Carbon Fluxes Of Semiarid Sagebrush Ecosystems
Reed, D. E., Ewers, B. E., Pendall, E., Naithani, K. J., Kwon, H., Kelly, R. D.

The sagebrush-steppe ecosystem covers much of western North America, and its productivity is sensitive to warming and increasingly variable precipitation. Interannual variation in precipitation has been shown to be the most significant factor controlling biogeochemical cycling while both soil and atmospheric drought are dominant …


Journal: Rangeland Ecology & Management, Volume : (2018). DOI: 10.1016/j.rama.2018.01.003 Sites: US-Sta, US-Wdn

Changes In Photosynthesis And Soil Moisture Drive The Seasonal Soil Respiration-Temperature Hysteresis Relationship
Zhang, Q., Phillips, R. P., Manzoni, S., Scott, R. L., Oishi, A. C., Finzi, A., Daly, E., Vargas, R., Novick, K. A.

In nearly all large-scale terrestrial ecosystem models, soil respiration is represented as a function of soil temperature. However, the relationship between soil respiration and soil temperature is highly variable across sites and there is often a pronounced hysteresis in the soil respiration-temperature relationship over the course …


Journal: Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, Volume 259: 184-195 (2018). DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2018.05.005 Sites: US-Dk2, US-Dk3, US-Ha1, US-MMS, US-SRM, US-Wkg

8 Million Phenological And Sky Images From 29 Ecosystems From The Arctic To The Tropics: The Phenological Eyes Network
Nagai, S., Akitsu, T., Saitoh, T. M., Busey, R. C., Fukuzawa, K., Honda, Y., Ichie, T., Ide, R., Ikawa, H., Iwasaki, A., Iwao, K., Kajiwara, K., Kang, S., Kim, Y., Khoon, K. L., Kononov, A. V., Kosugi, Y., Maeda, T., Mamiya, W., Matsuoka, M., Maximov, T. C., Menzel, A., Miura, T., Mizunuma, T., Morozumi, T., Motohka, T., Muraoka, H., Nagano, H., Nakai, T., Nakaji, T., Oguma, H., Ohta, T., Ono, K., Pungga, R. A., Petrov, R. E., Sakai, R., Schunk, C., Sekikawa, S., Shakhmatov, R., Son, Y., Sugimoto, A., Suzuki, R., Takagi, K., Takanashi, S., Tei, S., Tsuchida, S., Yamamoto, H., Yamasaki, E., Yamashita, M., Yoon, T. K., Yoshida, T., Yoshimura, M., Yoshitake, S., Wilkinson, M., Wingate, L., Nasahara, K. N.

We report long-term continuous phenological and sky images taken by time-lapse cameras through the Phenological Eyes Network (http://www.pheno-eye.org. Accessed 29 May 2018) in various ecosystems from the Arctic to the tropics. Phenological images are useful in recording the year-to-year variability in the timing of flowering, leaf-flush, …


Journal: Ecological Research, Volume : (2018). DOI: 10.1007/s11284-018-1633-x Sites: US-Prr

Merging a mechanistic enzymatic model of soil heterotrophic respiration into an ecosystem model in two AmeriFlux sites of northeastern USA
Sihi, D, Davidson, E.A., Chen, M, Savage, K.E., Richardson, A.D., Keenan, T.F., Hollinger, D. Y.

Heterotrophic respiration (Rh), microbial processing of soil organic matter to carbon dioxide (CO2), is a major, yet highly uncertain, carbon (C) flux from terrestrial systems to the atmosphere. Temperature sensitivity of Rh is often represented with a simple Q10 function in ecosystem models and earth system models (ESMs), sometimes …


Journal: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Volume 252: 155-166 (2018). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2018.01.026 Sites: US-Ha1, US-Ho1