Multiple Scales of Temporal Variability in Ecosystem Metabolism Rates: Results from 2 Years of Continuous Monitoring in a Forested Headwater Stream

Multiple Scales of Temporal Variability in Ecosystem Metabolism Rates: Results from 2 Years of Continuous Monitoring in a Forested Headwater Stream

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Roberts, B. J., Mulholland, P. J., Hill, W. R. 2007. Multiple Scales of Temporal Variability in Ecosystem Metabolism Rates: Results from 2 Years of Continuous Monitoring in a Forested Headwater Stream. Ecosystems. Number 10. 588-606

Analysis, Ecosystem, Headwater, Monitoring, Seasonal patterns, Variability

This study monitored Walker Branch (Tennessee, U.S.) for 2 years in order to evaluate the impacts of temporal variability on ecosystem metabolism (i.e., gross primary production and ecosystem respiration).

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