Autotrophic respiration, Carbon use efficiency, Chronosequence, Douglas-fir, Eddy covariance, Heterotrophic respiration, Monte Carlo simulation, Net ecosystem productivity, Net primary productivity, Stand age
Global Change Biology
Department of Geography and Environmental Studies

Schwalm, C.R. (Christopher R.), Black, T.A. (T. Andrew), Morgenstern, K. (Kai), & Humphreys, E. (2007). A method for deriving net primary productivity and component respiratory fluxes from tower-based eddy covariance data: A case study using a 17-year data record from a Douglas-fir chronosequence. Global Change Biology, 13(2), 370–385. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2006.01298.x