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US-KS2: Kennedy Space Center (scrub oak)

Tower_team:
PI: Bert Drake drakeb@si.edu - Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
PI: Ross Hinkle rhinkle@ucf.edu - University of Central Florida
AncContact: Rosvel Bracho-Garrillo rbracho@ufl.edu - University of Florida
AncContact: Sabina Dore sabina.dore@nau.edu - Northern Arizona University
DataManager: Tom Powell tlpowell@lbl.gov - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Lat, Long: 28.6086, -80.6715
Elevation(m): 3.00
Network Affiliations: AmeriFlux
Vegetation IGBP: CSH (Closed Shrublands)
Climate Koeppen: Cwa (Humid Subtropical: dry winter, hot summer)
Mean Annual Temp (°C): 21.66
Mean Annual Precip. (mm): 1294
Flux Species Measured: CO2
Years Data Collected: AmeriFlux: 2000 - 2006
Description:
The Kennedy Space Center Scrub Oak site is located within the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on the east coast ...
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URL: http://www.serc.si.edu/labs/co2/florida.aspx
Research Topics:
Research Topics and objectives for the Kennedy Space Center Scrub Oak site include the following: 1) Investigate the effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 ...
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ORNL DAAC. 2008. MODIS Collection 5 Fixed Sites Subsetting and Visualization Tool. ORNL DAAC, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA. http://dx.doi.org/10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1251

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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.
2002 Dijkstra, P., Hymus, G., Colavito, D., Vieglais, D. A., Cundari, C. M., Johnson, D. P., Hungate, B. A., Hinkle, C. R., Drake, B. G. (2002) Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Stimulates Aboveground Biomass In A Fire-Regenerated Scrub-Oak Ecosystem, Global Change Biology, 8(1), 90-103.
2002 Hymus, G. J., Snead, T. G., Johnson, D. P., Hungate, B. A., Drake, B. G. (2002) Acclimation Of Photosynthesis And Respiration To Elevated Atmospheric CO2 In Two Scrub Oaks, Global Change Biology, 8(4), 317-328.
2003 Li, J., Dugas, W. A., Hymus, G. J., Johnson, D. P., Hinkle, C. R., Drake, B. G., Hungate, B. A. (2003) Direct And Indirect Effects Of Elevated CO2 On Transpiration From Quercus Myrtifolia In A Scrub-Oak Ecosystem, Global Change Biology, 9(1), 96-105.
2003 Hymus, G. J., Johnson, D. P., Dore, S., Anderson, H. P., Ross Hinkle, C., Drake, B. G. (2003) Effects Of Elevated Atmospheric CO2 On Net Ecosystem CO2 Exchange Of A Scrub-Oak Ecosystem, Global Change Biology, 9(12), 1802-1812.
2000 Li, J., Dijkstra, P., Hymus, G. J., Wheeler, R. M., Piastuch, W. C., Hinkle, C. R., Drake, B. G. (2000) Leaf Senescence Of Quercus Myrtifolia As Affected By Long-Term CO2 Enrichment In Its Native Environment, Global Change Biology, 6(7), 727-733.
2002 Stiling, P., Cattell, M., Moon, D. C., Rossi, A., Hungate, B. A., Hymus, G., Drake, B. (2002) Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Lowers Herbivore Abundance, But Increases Leaf Abscission Rates, Global Change Biology, 8(7), 658-667.
2003 Dore, S., Hymus, G. J., Johnson, D. P., Hinkle, C. R., Valentini, R., Drake, B. G. (2003) Cross Validation Of Open-Top Chamber And Eddy Covariance Measurements Of Ecosystem CO2 Exchange In A Florida Scrub-Oak Ecosystem, Global Change Biology, 9(1), 84-95.
2002 Langley, J. A., Drake, B. G., Hungate, B. A. (2002) Extensive Belowground Carbon Storage Supports Roots And Mycorrhizae In Regenerating Scrub Oaks, Oecologia, 131(4), 542-548.
2006 Powell, T. L., Bracho, R., Li, J., Dore, S., Hinkle, C. R., Drake, B. G. (2006) Environmental Controls Over Net Ecosystem Carbon Exchange Of Scrub Oak In Central Florida, Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 141(1), 19-34.
2003 Stiling, P., Moon, D., Hunter, M., Colson, J., Rossi, A., Hymus, G., Drake, B. (2003) Elevated CO2 Lowers Relative And Absolute Herbivore Density Across All Species Of A Scrub-Oak Forest, Oecologia, 134(1), 82-87.
2008 Bracho, R., Powell, T. L., Dore, S., Li, J., Hinkle, C. R., Drake, B. G. (2008) Environmental And Biological Controls On Water And Energy Exchange In Florida Scrub Oak And Pine Flatwoods Ecosystems, Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 113(G02004), n/a-n/a.
2003 Johnson, D. W., Hungate, B. A., Dijkstra, P., Hymus, G., Hinkle, C. R., Stiling, P., Drake, B. G. (2003) The Effects Of Elevated CO2 On Nutrient Distribution In A Fire-Adapted Scrub Oak Forest, Ecological Applications, 13(5), 1388-1399.
1999 Li, J., Dijkstra, P., Hinkle, C. R., Wheeler, R. M., Drake, B. G. (1999) Photosynthetic Acclimation To Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Concentration In The Florida Scrub-Oak Species Quercus Geminata And Quercus Myrtifolia Growing In Their Native Environment, Tree Physiology, 19(4-5), 229-234.
2002 Hungate, B. A., Reichstein, M., Dijkstra, P., Johnson, D., Hymus, G., Tenhunen, J. D., Hinkle, C., Drake, B. G. (2002) Evapotranspiration And Soil Water Content In A Scrub-Oak Woodland Under Carbon Dioxide Enrichment, Global Change Biology, 8(3), 289-298.

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