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Chu, H., Luo, X., Ouyang, Z., Chan, W. S., Dengel, S., Biraud, S. C., Torn, M. S., Metzger, S., Kumar, J., Arain, M. A., Arkebauer, T. J., Baldocchi, D., Bernacchi, C., Billesbach, D., Black, T. A., Blanken, P. D., Bohrer, G., Bracho, R., Brown, S., Brunsell, N. A., Chen, J., Chen, X., Clark, K., Desai, A. R., Duman, T., Durden, D., Fares, S., Forbrich, I., Gamon, J. A., Gough, C. M., Griffis, T., Helbig, M., Hollinger, D., Humphreys, E., Ikawa, H., Iwata, H., Ju, Y., Knowles, J. F., Knox, S. H., Kobayashi, H., Kolb, T., Law, B., Lee, X., Litvak, M., Liu, H., Munger, J. W., Noormets, A., Novick, K., Oberbauer, S. F., Oechel, W., Oikawa, P., Papuga, S. A., Pendall, E., Prajapati, P., Prueger, J., Quinton, W. L., Richardson, A. D., Russell, E. S., Scott, R. L., Starr, G., Staebler, R., Stoy, P. C., Stuart-Haëntjens, E., Sonnentag, O., Sullivan, R. C., Suyker, A., Ueyama, M., Vargas, R., Wood, J. D., Zona, D. (2021) , Representativeness Of Eddy-Covariance Flux Footprints For Areas Surrounding Ameriflux Sites Agricultural And Forest Meteorology, 301-302, 108350
DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2021.108350

Feagin, R. A., Forbrich, I., Huff, T. P., Barr, J. G., Ruiz‐Plancarte, J., Fuentes, J. D., Najjar, R. G., Vargas, R., Vázquez‐Lule, A., Windham‐Myers, L., Kroeger, K. D., Ward, E. J., Moore, G. W., Leclerc, M., Krauss, K. W., Stagg, C. L., Alber, M., Knox, S. H., Schäfer, K. V., Bianchi, T. S., Hutchings, J. A., Nahrawi, H., Noormets, A., Mitra, B., Jaimes, A., Hinson, A. L., Bergamaschi, B., King, J. S., Miao, G. (2020) , Tidal Wetland Gross Primary Production Across The Continental United States, 2000–2019 Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 34(2),
DOI: 10.1029/2019GB006349

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. (2018) , Temporal Dynamics Of Aerodynamic Canopy Height Derived From Eddy Covariance Momentum Flux Data Across North American Flux Networks Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 9275–9287
DOI: 10.1029/2018GL079306

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