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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Climate Control of Terrestrial Carbon Exchange across Biomes and ContinentsYI Chuixiang; RICCIUTO Daniel; LI Runze; WOLBECK John; XU Xiyuan; NILSON Mats; AIRES Luis; ALBERTSON John; AMMANN Christoph; ARAIN Altaf M., et alArticles in Journals
2011Ground-based optical measurements at European flux sites: a review of methods, instruments and current controversiesMERONI MICHELE; BALZAROLO Manuela; ANDERSON Karen; NICHOL Caroline; ROSSINI Micol; VESCOVO Loris; ARRIGA Nicola; WOHLFAHRT Georg; CALVET Jean Christophe; CARRARA Arnaud, et alArticles in Journals
2012On the choice of the driving temperature for eddy-covariance carbon dioxide flux partitioningLASSLOP Gitta; MIGLIAVACCA MIRCO; BOHRER Gil; REICHSTEIN Markus; BAHN Michael; Ibrom A; JACOBS C.; KOLARI Pasi; PAPALE Dario; VESALA Timo, et alArticles in Journals
2011Seasonal variation of photosynthetic model parameters and leaf area index from global Fluxnet eddy covariance dataGROENENDIJK M.; DOLMAN A. J.; AMMANN C.; ARNETH Almut; CESCATTI Alessandro; DRAGONI D.; GASH J.h.c.; GIANELLE Damiano; GIOLI B.; KIELY Gerald, et alArticles in Journals
2011Semi-Empirical Modeling of Abiotic and Biotic Factors Controlling Ecosystem Respiration Across Eddy Covariance SitesMIGLIAVACCA Mirco; REICHSTEIN Markus; RICHARDSON Andrew; COLOMBO Roberto; SUTTON Mark; LASSLOP Gitta; TOMELLERI Enrico; WOHLFAHRT Georg; CARVALHAIS Nuno; CESCATTI Alessandro, et alArticles in Journals
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