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Campbell, J. E., Whelan, M. E., Berry, J. A., Hilton, T. W., Zumkehr, A., Stinecipher, J. 2017. Plant Uptake of Atmospheric Carbonyl Sulfide in Coast Redwood Forests. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. American Geophysical Union. 122. 3391-3404
Canopy, Carbon, Coastal, Forests, Modeling, Trees, Field assessment, Sampling, Ecological services, Atmosphere, Fog
This study evaluated the carbon sequestration of coastal redwood forests in California (U.S.) by measuring atmospheric carbonyl sulfide concentrations in canopies at the University of California Landels-Hill Big Creek Reserve and Big Basin State Park (U.S.). After field data collection, a high-resolution, 3-D model was used to simulate the atmosphere-biosphere exchange of carbonyl sulfide in these forest systems.