A method for deriving net primary productivity and component respiratory fluxes from tower-based eddy covariance data: A case study using a 17-year data record from a Douglas-fir chronosequence

Christopher R. Schwalm, T. Andrew Black, Kai Morgenstern, Elyn R. Humphreys

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