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CA-Ojp: Saskatchewan - Western Boreal, Mature Jack Pine

PI: Andrew T. Black -
Lat, Long: 53.9163400, -104.6920300
Elevation(m): 579
Network Affiliations: Ameriflux, Fluxnet-Canada
Vegetation IGBP: ENF (Evergreen Needleleaf Forests)
Climate Koeppen: Dfc (Subarctic: severe winter, no dry season, cool summer)
Mean Annual Temp (°C): 0.12
Mean Annual Precip. (mm): 430.5
Flux Species Measured: CO2
Years Data Collected: AmeriFlux: 1999 - Present
Description: 53.91634° N, 104.69203° W, elavation of 579.27 m, BOREAS 1994, BERMS climate measurements began Mar. 1997 and flux measurements Aug. 1999
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  • Approximate Area: 562.44 m2

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    Year Publication
    2015 Dennis Baldocchi, Cove Sturtevant (2015) Does day and night sampling reduce spurious correlation between canopy photosynthesis and ecosystem respiration?, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 207, 117-126.
    2001 Nakamura, R., Mahrt, L. (2001) Similarity Theory For Local And Spatially Averaged Momentum Fluxes, Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 108(4), 265-279.
    2000 Nichol, C. J., Huemmrich, K. F., Black, T., Jarvis, P. G., Walthall, C. L., Grace, J., Hall, F. G. (2000) Remote Sensing Of Photosynthetic-Light-Use Efficiency Of Boreal Forest, Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 101(2-3), 131-142.
    2000 Baldocchi, D. D., Law, B. E., Anthoni, P. M. (2000) On Measuring And Modeling Energy Fluxes Above The Floor Of A Homogeneous And Heterogeneous Conifer Forest, Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 102(2-3), 187-206.
    1997 Brooks, J. R., Flanagan, L. B., Varney, G. T., Ehleringer, J. R. (1997) Vertical Gradients In Photosynthetic Gas Exchange Characteristics And Refixation Of Respired CO2 Within Boreal Forest Canopies, Tree Physiology, 17(1), 1-12.
    1997 Margolis, H. A., Ryan, M. G. (1997) A Physiological Basis For Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions In The Boreal Forest: An Overview, Tree Physiology, 17(8-9), 491-499.
    1997 Lavigne, M. B., Ryan, M. G. (1997) Growth And Maintenance Respiration Rates Of Aspen, Black Spruce And Jack Pine Stems At Northern And Southern BOREAS Sites, Tree Physiology, 17(8-9), 543-551.
    2003 Griffis, T., Black, T., Morgenstern, K., Barr, A., Nesic, Z., Drewitt, G., Gaumont-Guay, D., McCaughey, J. (2003) Ecophysiological Controls On The Carbon Balances Of Three Southern Boreal Forests, Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 117(1-2), 53-71.
    2002 Mahrt, L., Vickers, D. (2002) Relationship Of Area-Averaged Carbon Dioxide And Water Vapour Fluxes To Atmospheric Variables, Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 112(3-4), 195-202.
    1997 Baldocchi, D. D., Vogel, C. A., Hall, B. (1997) Seasonal Variation Of Energy And Water Vapor Exchange Rates Above And Below A Boreal Jack Pine Forest Canopy, Journal Of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 102(D24), 28939-28951.
    1999 Kucharik, C. J., Norman, J. M., Gower, S. T. (1999) Characterization Of Radiation Regimes In Nonrandom Forest Canopies: Theory, Measurements, And A Simplified Modeling Approach, Tree Physiology, 19(11), 695-706.
    1999 Sandmeier, S., Deering, D. (1999) Structure Analysis And Classification Of Boreal Forests Using Airborne Hyperspectral BRDF Data From ASAS, Remote Sensing Of Environment, 69(3), 281-295.
    2004 Howard, E. A., Gower, S. T., Foley, J. A., Kucharik, C. J. (2004) Effects Of Logging On Carbon Dynamics Of A Jack Pine Forest In Saskatchewan, Canada, Global Change Biology, 10(8), 1267-1284.
    1997 Sullivan, J. H., Bovard, B. D., Middleton, E. M. (1997) Variability In Leaf-Level CO2 And Water Fluxes In Pinus Banksiana And Picea Mariana In Saskatchewan, Tree Physiology, 17(8-9), 553-561.
    1999 Gastellu-Etchegorry, J., Guillevic, P., Zagolski, F., Demarez, V., Trichon, V., Deering, D., Leroy, M. (1999) Modeling BRFAnd Radiation Regime Of Boreal And Tropical Forests, Remote Sensing Of Environment, 68(3), 281-316.
    1999 Roujean, J. (1999) Measurements Of PAR Transmittance Within Boreal Forest Stands During BOREAS, Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 93(1), 1-6.
    2006 Chen, J. M., Govind, A., Sonnentag, O., Zhang, Y., Barr, A., Amiro, B. (2006) Leaf Area Index Measurements At Fluxnet-Canada Forest Sites, Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 140(1-4), 257-268.
    1997 Steele, S. J., Gower, S. T., Vogel, J. G., Norman, J. M. (1997) Root Mass, Net Primary Production And Turnover In Aspen, Jack Pine And Black Spruce Forests In Saskatchewan And Manitoba, Canada, Tree Physiology, 17(8-9), 577-587.
    1997 Lerdau, M., Litvak, M., Palmer, P., Monson, R. (1997) Controls Over Monoterpene Emissions From Boreal Forest Conifers, Tree Physiology, 17(8-9), 563-569.
    1997 Kimball, J. S., Thornton, P. E., White, M. A., Running, S. W. (1997) Simulating Forest Productivity And Surface-Atmosphere Carbon Exchange In The BOREAS Study Region, Tree Physiology, 17(8-9), 589-599.

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