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- Haijun Peng; Qian Guo; Hanwei Ding; Bing Hong; Yongxuan Zhu; Yetang Hong; Cheng Cai; Yu Wang; Linggui Yuan
- Agricultural and forest meteorology 2019 v.276-277 pp. 107616
- air temperature; anthropogenic activities; climate change; diurnal variation; ecosystems; eddy covariance; environmental factors; freezing; friction velocity; greenhouse gas emissions; growing season; methane; peatlands; seasonal variation; soil temperature; synergism; thawing; time series analysis; tropics; vapor pressure deficit; water table; wavelet; China
- ... Most previous studies on methane (CH4) emissions from peatlands have focused on the boreal, subarctic, and tropical regions. Little is known about CH4 emissions from the alpine peatlands that are widely distributed in the eastern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP), which are sensitive to climate change and human disturbance. To assess the magnitudes of daily and seasonal variations in CH4 flux in this ...
- Zheng-Hong Tan; Jun-Fu Zhao; Guan-Ze Wang; Meng-Ping Chen; Lian-Yan Yang; Chun-Sheng He; Natalia Restrepo-Coupe; Shu-Shi Peng; Xue-Yan Liu; Humberto R. da Rocha; Yoshiko Kosugi; Takashi Hirano; Scott R. Saleska; Michael L. Goulden; Jiye Zeng; Fang-Jun Ding; Fu Gao; Liang Song
- Agricultural and forest meteorology 2019 v.275 pp. 317-328
- aerodynamics; diurnal variation; dry season; eddy covariance; environmental factors; evaporation; evapotranspiration; models; momentum; seasonal variation; transpiration; tropical forests; turbulent flow; water vapor
- ... Tropical forests are responsible for the evaporation and transpiration of large quantities of water into the atmosphere annually. Surface conductance (gs) is a poorly understood phenomenon that plays a central role in regulating this evapotranspiration. We studied the calculations, variations, and environmental factors controlling gs based on eddy flux measurements from 10 tropical forest sites th ...