Guidelines and considerations for designing field experiments simulating precipitation extremes in forest ecosystems
Asbjornsen, Heidi; Campbell, John L; Jennings, Katie A; Vadeboncoeur, Matthew A; McIntire, Cameron; Templer, Pamela; Phillips, Richard; Bauerle, Taryn; Dietze, Michael C; Frey, Serita D; Meir, Patrick
1. Precipitation regimes are changing in response to climate change, yet understanding of how forest ecosystems respond to extreme droughts and pluvials remains incomplete. As future precipitation extremes will likely fall outside the range of historical variability, precipitation manipulation experiments (PMEs) are critical to advancing knowledge about potential ecosystem responses. However, few PMEs have been conducted in forests compared to short‐statured ecosystems, and forest PMEs have...[Show more]
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