Soil CO2 exchange in seven pristine Amazonian rain forest sites in relation to soil temperature

F.B. Zanchi, A.G.C.A. Meesters, M.J. Waterloo, B. Kruijt, J. Kesselmeier, F.J. Luizao, A.J. Dolman

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Abstract

We analysed soil respiration measurements made in seven distinctly different pristine rain forests in Central Amazon, ranging from stunted heath forest (Campina) to tall terra-firme rain forest. The differences in soil respiration fluxes between sites and their causes were investigated, as well as diurnal patterns and their dependency on temperature. Ensemble averages of hourly fluxes were calculated for both wet and dry seasons (as far as these were sampled). These values were processed using an analytical model estimating soil surface temperature from the temperature measured at two depths. The soil CO
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)96-107
JournalAgricultural and Forest Meteorology
Issue number192
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Zanchi, F.B. ; Meesters, A.G.C.A. ; Waterloo, M.J. ; Kruijt, B. ; Kesselmeier, J. ; Luizao, F.J. ; Dolman, A.J. / Soil CO2 exchange in seven pristine Amazonian rain forest sites in relation to soil temperature. In: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 2014 ; No. 192. pp. 96-107.
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In: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, No. 192, 2014, p. 96-107.

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