Dynamics of carbon exchange in a Eucalyptus forest in response to interacting disturbance factors
Carbon (C) sinks created by forests depend on the balance between C uptake through photosynthesis and loss through respiration. This balance varies depending on the relative effect of environmental drivers on these processes. Components and dynamics of the C cycle were measured in a native Eucalyptus delegatensis forest at Tumbarumba in south-eastern Australia during conditions of average rainfall (1998-2001) and droughts (2002-2003 and 2006-2007). In 2002-03 there were interacting disturbance...[Show more]
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