General Site Information
Site ID:US-Dk2
Site Name:Duke Forest-hardwoods
Tower Team: PI: Chris Oishi <christopher.oishi@gmail.com> - USDA Forest Service
PI: Kim Novick <knovick@indiana.edu> - Indiana University
PI: Paul Stoy <paul.stoy@montana.edu> - Montana State University
Latitude:35.9736
Longitude:-79.1004
Elevation (m):168
NetworkAmeriFlux
IGBP:DBF (Deciduous Broadleaf Forests)
Climate Koeppen:Cfa (Humid Subtropical: mild with no dry season, hot summer)
Mean Annual Temperature (degrees C):14.36
Mean Annual Precipitation (mm):1169
Data Products: AmeriFlux BASE Dataset
FLUXNET LaThuile Dataset
Data Availability: AmeriFlux BASE:   8 years (Duration: 2001 - 2008)
FLUXNET LaThuile:   3 years (Duration: 2003 - 2005)
Data Downloads to Date: AmeriFlux BASE:   180 unique downloads
FLUXNET LaThuile:   75 unique downloads
Data DOIs: AmeriFlux BASE DOI: 10.17190/AMF/1246047
Description:private land adjacent to the Duke Forest in November 2002
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Publications relevant to understanding the site
BibliographyUsage
(1) Juang J-Y, A. Porporato, P.C. Stoy, M.B.S. Siqueira, A.C. Oishi, M. Detto, H.S. Kim, and G.G. Katul, 2007, Hydrologic and atmospheric controls on convective precipitation events in a southeastern US mosaic landscape, Water Resources Research, W03421, doi:10.1029/2006WR004954. Reference
(2) Novick, K.A., Oren, R., Stoy, P.C., Siqueira, M.S. and Katul, G., 2008. Nocturnal evapotranspiration in eddy covariance records from three co-located ecosystems in the Southeastern U.S.: The effect of gapfilling methods on estimates of annual fluxes. in review. Reference
(3) Oishi, A.C., Oren, R. and Stoy, P., 2008. Estimating components of forest evapotranspiration: A footprint approach for scaling sap flux measurements Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, In Revision, In Revision. Reference
(4) Pataki, D.E. and Oren, R., 2003. Species differences in stomatal control of water loss at the canopy scale in a mature bottomland deciduous forest. Advances in Water Resources, 26(12): 1267-1278. Reference
(5) Siqueira, M.B., G.G. Katul, A. Sampson, P. Stoy, J.Y. Juang, H. McCarthy, and R. Oren, 2006, Multi-scale model inter-comparison of CO2 and H2O exchange rates above a maturing southeastern pine forest. Global Change Biology, 12, 1-19, doi: 10.1111. Reference
B. Bond-Lamberty; C. K. Wang; S. T. Gower. 2004. A global relationship between the heterotrophic and autotrophic components of soil respiration?Global Change Biology. 10:10, 1756-1766. Reference
D. S. Ellsworth; P. B. Reich; E. S. Naumburg; G. W. Koch; M. E. Kubiske; S. D. Smith. 2004. Photosynthesis, carboxylation and leaf nitrogen responses of 16 species to elevated pCO(2) across four free-air CO2 enrichment experiments in forest, grassland and desertGlobal Change Biology. 10:12, 2121-2138. Reference
G. Katul; R. Leuning; R. Oren. 2003. Relationship between plant hydraulic and biochemical properties derived from a steady-state coupled water and carbon transport modelPlant, Cell and Environment. 26:3, 339-350. Reference
John R. Butnor; Kurt H. Johnsen; Chris A. Maier. 2005. Soil properties differently influence estimates of soil CO2 efflux from three chamber-based measurement systemsBiogeochemistry. 73:1, 283-301. Reference
N.-H. Oh, D.D. Richter / Geoderma 126 (2005) 5–25 Reference
R. Oren; C. I. Hsieh; P. Stoy; J. Albertson; H. R. McCarthy; P. Harrell; G. G. Katul. 2006. Estimating the uncertainty in annual net ecosystem carbon exchange: spatial variation in turbulent fluxes and sampling errors in eddy-covariance measurementsGlobal Change Biology. 12, 883-896. Reference

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