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Soil respiration (RS), which is the second largest carbon flux between the atmosphere and terrestrial ecosystems, has significant impact on...
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The annual peak growth of vegetation is critical in characterizing the capacity of terrestrial ecosystem productivity and shaping the seasonality...
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Ecosystem carbon (C) transit time is a critical diagnostic parameter to characterize land C sequestration. This parameter has different variants...
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Accurate climate projections require an understanding of the effects of warming on ecological communities and the underlying mechanisms that drive...
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Agricultural and industrial activities have increased atmospheric nitrogen (N) deposition to ecosystems worldwide. N deposition can stimulate plant growth and...
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Increases in carbon (C) inputs to soil can replenish soil organic C (SOC) through various mechanisms. However, recent studies have...
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Partitioning of evapotranspiration (ET) into biological component transpiration (T) and non-biological component evaporation (E) is crucial in understanding the impact...
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Runoff in the United States is changing, and this study finds that the measured change is dependent on the geographic...
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Terrestrial carbon cycle models have incorporated increasingly more processes as a means to achieve more-realistic representations of ecosystem carbon cycling....
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Water use efficiency (WUE), defined as the ratio of gross primary productivity and evapotranspiration at the ecosystem scale, is a...
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