The fate of assimilated carbon during drought: Impacts on respiration in Amazon rainforests
Interannual variations in CO2 exchange across Amazonia, as deduced from atmospheric inversions, correlate with El Niño occurrence. They are thought to result from changes in net ecosystem exchange and fire incidence that are both related to drought inten
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