Impacts of fire and solar ultraviolet radiation on trace gas exchange in the boreal forest biome: a review, Volume 600
Richard G. Zepp, Roger A. Burke, National Exposure Research Laboratory (U.S.). Ecosystems Research Division
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development, National Exposure Research Laboratory, 1998 - Forest ecology - 7 pages
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1994 BOREAS field analyzed atmosphere Auclair and Carter beaver impoundments bioassay bioavailability biosphere black spruce sites black spruce stand boreal biome boreal fires boreal forest biome boreal wetlands BOREAS 94 BOREAS field campaigns BOREAS NSA OBS Bourbonniere burn sites carbon cycle carbon dioxide carbon gases carbon monoxide carbon sink CDOM CO2 and CH4 conducted cover ecosystem carbon uptake estimated forest floor Four black spruce Frolking FWPCA Methods g C nr2 gas chromatography Gas flux samples headspace humic substances inorganic jack pine stands least 80 lichen mature black spruce methane moss nearby controls NSA Tower Pond nutrient cycling organic matter organic nitrogen Pg C yr1 photochemical photoproduction rates rrv2 soil CO2 emissions soil respiration Soil-Atmosphere Exchange Soil-Atmosphere Flux solar irradiance solar radiation solar UV radiation spruce and jack spruce stand ranged stand-replacement fires static chamber technique supersaturation Surface Photodegradation syringes turb unburned boreal forest upland black spruce various depths wetland water Zepp