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Joint control of terrestrial gross primary productivity by plant phenology and physiology SCI/SSCI论文
2015
Authors:  Xia J. Y.;  Niu, S. L.;  Ciais, P.;  Janssens, I. A.;  Chen, J. Q.;  Ammann, C.;  Arain, A.;  Blanken, P. D.;  Cescatti, A.;  Bonal, D.;  Buchmann, N.;  Curtis, P. S.;  Chen, S. P.;  Dong, J. W.;  Flanagan, L. B.;  Frankenberg, C.;  Georgiadis, T.;  Gough, C. M.;  Hui, D. F.;  Kiely, G.;  Li, J. W.;  Lund, M.;  Magliulo, V.;  Marcolla, B.;  Merbold, L.;  Montagnani, L.;  Moors, E. J.;  Olesen, J. E.;  Piao, S. L.;  Raschi, A.;  Roupsard, O.;  Suyker, A. E.;  Urbaniak, M.;  Vaccari, F. P.;  Varlagin, A.;  Vesala, T.;  Wilkinson, M.;  Weng, E.;  Wohlfahrt, G.;  Yan, L. M.;  Luo, Y. Q.
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Ecosystem Carbon Uptake  Growing Season Length  Photosynthetic Capacity  Spatiotemporal Variability  Climate Extreme  Climate-change  Chlorophyll Fluorescence  Ecosystem Productivity  Vegetation Phenology  Stomatal Conductance  Forest Phenology  Carbon  Uptake  Models  Photosynthesis  Variability  
Joint control of terrestrial gross primary productivity by plant phenology and physiology 期刊论文
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 2015, 卷号: 112, 期号: 9, 页码: 2788-2793
Authors:  Xia, JY;  Niu, SL;  Ciais, P;  Janssens, IA;  Chen, JQ;  Ammann, C;  Arain, A;  Blanken, PD;  Cescatti, A;  Bonal, D;  Buchmann, N;  Curtis, PS;  Chen, SP;  Dong, JW;  Flanagan, LB;  Frankenberg, C;  Georgiadis, T;  Gough, CM;  Hui, DF;  Kiely, G;  Li, JW;  Lund, M;  Magliulo, V;  Marcolla, B;  Merbold, L;  Montagnani, L;  Moors, EJ;  Olesen, JE;  Piao, SL;  Raschi, A;  Roupsard, O;  Suyker, AE;  Urbaniak, M;  Vaccari, FP;  Varlagin, A;  Vesala, T;  Wilkinson, M;  Weng, E;  Wohlfahrt, G;  Yan, LM;  Luo, YQ
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ecosystem carbon uptake  growing season length  photosynthetic capacity  spatiotemporal variability  climate extreme