Publications

Publications Found: 15
Disentangling The Role Of Photosynthesis And Stomatal Conductance On Rising Forest Water-Use Efficiency
Guerrieri, R., Belmecheri, S., Ollinger, S. V., Asbjornsen, H., Jennings, K., Xiao, J., Stocker, B. D., Martin, M., Hollinger, D. Y., Bracho-Garrillo, R., Clark, K., Dore, S., Kolb, T., Munger, J. W., Novick, K., Richardson, A. D.

Multiple lines of evidence suggest that plant water-use efficiency (WUE)-the ratio of carbon assimilation to water loss-has increased in recent decades. Although rising atmospheric CO2 has been proposed as the principal cause, the underlying physiological mechanisms are still being debated, and implications for the global water cycle …


Journal: Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences, Volume 116 (34): 16909-16914 (2019). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1905912116 Sites: US-Bar, US-Dk2, US-Fuf, US-Ha1, US-Ho1, US-MMS, US-Slt, US-SP1

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

Temporal Dynamics Of Aerodynamic Canopy Height Derived From Eddy Covariance Momentum Flux Data Across North American Flux Networks
Chu, H., Baldocchi, D. D., Poindexter, C., Abraha, M., Desai, A. R., Bohrer, G., Arain, M. A., Griffis, T., Blanken, P. D., O'Halloran, T. L., Thomas, R. Q., Zhang, Q., Burns, S. P., Frank, J. M., Christian, D., Brown, S., Black, T. A., Gough, C. M., Law, B. E., Lee, X., Chen, J., Reed, D. E., Massman, W. J., Clark, K., Hatfield, J., Prueger, J., Bracho, R., Baker, J. M., Martin, T. A.

Aerodynamic canopy height (ha) is the effective height of vegetation canopy for its influence on atmospheric fluxes and is a key parameter of surface‐atmosphere coupling. However, methods to estimate ha from data are limited. This synthesis evaluates the applicability and robustness of the calculation of ha from eddy covariance …


Journal: Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 45: 9275–9287 (2018). DOI: 10.1029/2018GL079306 Sites: BR-Sa1, BR-Sa3, CA-Ca1, CA-Ca2, CA-Ca3, CA-Cbo, CA-ER1, CA-Gro, CA-Man, CA-NS1, CA-NS2, CA-NS3, CA-NS4, CA-NS5, CA-Oas, CA-Obs, CA-Ojp, CA-Qfo, CA-TP1, CA-TP3, CA-TP4, CA-TPD, US-Blo, US-Bn1, US-Bn2, US-Br1, US-Br3, US-Ced, US-CPk, US-CRT, US-Dix, US-Dk2, US-Dk3, US-Fmf, US-Fuf, US-GBT, US-GLE, US-GMF, US-Ha1, US-Ha2, US-Ho2, US-Ho3, US-IB1, US-IB2, US-KL1, US-KL2, US-KL3, US-KM1, US-KM2, US-KM3, US-KM4, US-Me2, US-Me3, US-Me4, US-Me5, US-Me6, US-MMS, US-MRf, US-NC1, US-NC2, US-Ne1, US-Ne2, US-Ne3, US-NR1, US-Oho, US-Prr, US-Ro1, US-Ro3, US-SB1, US-Shd, US-Skr, US-Slt, US-SP1, US-SP2, US-SP3, US-SRM, US-Srr, US-Syv, US-Ton, US-Tw3, US-Twt, US-UMB, US-UMd, US-Var, US-Vcm, US-WBW, US-Wi0, US-Wi1, US-Wi3, US-Wi4, US-Wi5, US-Wi8, US-Wi9, US-Wrc

The Increasing Importance Of Atmospheric Demand For Ecosystem Water And Carbon Fluxes
Novick, K. A., Ficklin, D. L., Stoy, P. C., Williams, C. A., Bohrer, G., Oishi, A., Papuga, S. A., Blanken, P. D., Noormets, A., Sulman, B. N., Scott, R. L., Wang, L., Phillips, R. P.


Journal: Nature Climate Change, Volume 6 (11): 1023-1027 (2016). DOI: 10.1038/nclimate3114 Sites: US-ARM, US-Bar, US-Blk, US-Blo, US-Bo1, US-Br3, US-Dk1, US-Dk2, US-Dk3, US-Fmf, US-FR2, US-Fuf, US-GLE, US-IB1, US-IB2, US-KFS, US-Kon, US-KS2, US-Me1, US-Me2, US-MMS, US-MOz, US-MRf, US-Ne1, US-Ne3, US-NR1, US-Oho, US-SRG, US-SRM, US-Syv, US-Ton, US-UMB, US-Var, US-WBW, US-WCr, US-Whs, US-Wkg

Conversion of natural forests to managed forest plantations impacts tree response to climatic variable and affects negatively tree resistance to prolonged droughts
Domec, J.C., Ward, E.J., Oishi, A.C., Palmroth, S., Radecki, A., Bell, D.M., Miao, G., Gavazzi, M., Johnson, D.M., King, J.S., McNulty, S.G., Oren, R., Sun, G., Noormets, A.

Throughout the southern US, past forest management practices have replaced large areas of native
forests with loblolly pine plantations and have resulted in changes in forest response to extreme
weather conditions. However, uncertainty remains about the response of planted versus natural
species to drought across the geographical …


Journal: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 355: 58-71 (2015). DOI: 10.1016 Sites: US-Dk2

Nocturnal Evapotranspiration In Eddy-Covariance Records From Three Co-Located Ecosystems In The Southeastern U.S.: Implications For Annual Fluxes
Novick, K., Oren, R., Stoy, P., Siqueira, M., Katul, G.

Nocturnal evapotranspiration (ETN) is often assumed to be negligible in terrestrial ecosystems, reflecting the common assumption that plant stomata close at night to prevent water loss from transpiration. However, recent evidence across a wide …


Journal: Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, Volume 149 (9): 1491-1504 (2009). DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2009.04.005 Sites: US-Dk2, US-Dk3

Estimating Components Of Forest Evapotranspiration: A Footprint Approach For Scaling Sap Flux Measurements
Oishi, A. C., Oren, R., Stoy, P. C.

Forest evapotranspiration (ET) estimates that include scaled sap flux measurements often underestimate eddy covariance (EC)-measured latent heat flux (LE). We investigated potential causes for this bias using 4 years of coupled sap flux and LE measurements from a mature oak-hickory forest in North Carolina, USA. We focused on accuracy …


Journal: Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, Volume 148 (11): 1719-1732 (2008). DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2008.06.013 Sites: US-Dk2

Hydrologic And Atmospheric Controls On Initiation Of Convective Precipitation Events
Juang, J., Porporato, A., Stoy, P. C., Siqueira, M. S., Oishi, A. C., Detto, M., Kim, H., Katul, G. G.

The pathway to summertime convective precipitation remains a vexing research problem because of the nonlinear feedback between soil moisture content and the atmosphere. Understanding this feedback is important to the southeastern U. S. region, given the high productivity of the timberland area and the role of summertime convective …


Journal: Water Resources Research, Volume 43 (3): n/a-n/a (2007). DOI: 10.1029/2006WR004954 Sites: US-Dk2

Estimating The Uncertainty In Annual Net Ecosystem Carbon Exchange: Spatial Variation In Turbulent Fluxes And Sampling Errors In Eddy-Covariance Measurements
Oren, R., Hsieh, C., Stoy, P., Albertson, J., Mccarthy, H. R., Harrell, P., Katul, G. G.

Above forest canopies, eddy covariance (EC) measurements of mass (CO2, H2O vapor) and energy exchange, assumed to represent ecosystem fluxes, are commonly …


Journal: Global Change Biology, Volume 12 (5): 883-896 (2006). DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2006.01131.x Sites: US-Dk1, US-Dk2, US-Dk3

Multiscale Model Intercomparisons Of CO2 And H2O Exchange Rates In A Maturing Southeastern US Pine Forest
Siqueira, M. B., Katul, G. G., Sampson, D. A., Stoy, P. C., Juang, J., Mccarthy, H. R., Oren, R.

We compared four existing process-based stand-level models of varying complexity (physiological principles in predicting growth, photosynthesis and evapotranspiration, biogeochemical …


Journal: Global Change Biology, Volume 12 (7): 1189-1207 (2006). DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2006.01158.x Sites: US-Dk2