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Geographic bias of field observations of soil carbon stocks with tropical land-use changes precludes spatial extrapolation
Accurately quantifying changes in soil carbon (C) stocks with land-use change is important for estimating the anthropogenic fluxes of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere and for implementing policies such as REDD (Reducing ...
Salt stress induces the formation of a novel type of ‘pressure wood’ in two Populus species
Salinity causes osmotic stress and limits biomass production of plants. The goal of this study was to investigate mechanisms underlying hydraulic adaptation to salinity. • Anatomical, ecophysiological and transcriptional ...
Eddy covariance measurements of the dual-isotope composition of evapotranspiration
Measurements of the isotopic composition of water vapor (H2O) provide valuable insights into the hydrological cycle, whereas eddy covariance (EC) measurements are widely used to quantify biosphere-atmosphere exchange ...