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Title: Deciphering the components of regional net ecosystem fluxes following a bottom-up approach for the Iberian Peninsula
Authors: Carvalhais, N.
Reichstein, M.
Collatz, G. J.
Mahecha, M. D.
Migliavacca, M.
Neigh, C. S. R.
Tomelleri, E.
Benali, A. A.
Papale, Dario
Seixas, J.
Keywords: Organic-matter decomposition
Eddy covariance measurements
Carbon-dioxide exchange
Light-Use Efficiency
Terrestrial Carbon
Soil Carbon
Global Satellite
Atmospheric CO2
Process Model
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Copernicus publications
Citation: Carvalhais, N. et al. 2010. Deciphering the components of regional net ecosystem fluxes following a bottom-up approach for the Iberian Peninsula. "Biogeosciences" 7 (11): 3707-3729
Abstract: Quantification of ecosystem carbon pools is a fundamental requirement for estimating carbon fluxes and for addressing the dynamics and responses of the terrestrial carbon cycle to environmental drivers. The initial estimates of carbon pools in terrestrial carbon cycle models often rely on the ecosystem steady state assumption, leading to initial equilibrium conditions. In this study, we investigate how trends and inter-annual variability of net ecosystem fluxes are affected by initial non-steady
DOI: 10.5194/bg-7-3707-2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/2286
ISSN: 1726-4170
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