Meteorological forcing data to run land surface models for five high latitude sites. Derived from reanalysis products combined with site observations

  • Eleanor J. Burke (Contributor)
  • Sarah Chadburn (Contributor)
  • Gerhard Krinner (Contributor)
  • Philipp Porada (Contributor)
  • Annett Bartsch (Contributor)
  • Christian Beer (Contributor)
  • Luca Belelli Marchesini (Contributor)
  • Julia Boike (Contributor)
  • Altug Ekici (Contributor)
  • Bo Elberling (Contributor)
  • Thomas Friborg (Contributor)
  • Gustaf Hugelius (Contributor)
  • Margareta Johansson (Contributor)
  • Peter Kuhry (Contributor)
  • Lars Kutzbach (Contributor)
  • Moritz Langer (Contributor)
  • Magnus Lund (Contributor)
  • Frans Jan W. Parmentier (Contributor)
  • Shushi Peng (Contributor)
  • Ko Rootlieb-van Huissteden (Contributor)
  • Tao Wang (Contributor)
  • Sebastian Westermann (Contributor)
  • Dan Zhu (Contributor)



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  • 2017

    Carbon stocks and fluxes in the high latitudes: Using site-level data to evaluate Earth system models

    Chadburn, S. E., Krinner, G., Porada, P., Bartsch, A., Beer, C., Belelli Marchesini, L., Boike, J., Ekici, A., Elberling, B., Friborg, T., Hugelius, G., Johansson, M., Kuhry, P., Kutzbach, L., Langer, M., Lund, M., Parmentier, F. J. W., Peng, S., Van Huissteden, K., Wang, T. & 3 others, Westermann, S., Zhu, D. & Burke, E. J., 17 Nov 2017, In: Biogeosciences. 14, 22, p. 5143-5169 27 p.

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