Leaf, branch, stand and landscape scale measurements of volatile organic compound fluxes from U.S. woodlands
Contribution to Book
Interactive environmental effects on forest stands: Papers presented at a traveling workshop sponsored by IUFRO held 5-13 February 1995 in New Zealand
Tree-Physiology. 1996, 16 (1-2)
Natural volatile organic compound fluxes were measured in three U.S. woodlands in summer 1993. Fluxes from individual leaves and branches were estimated with enclosure techniques and used to initialize and evaluate VOC emission model estimates. Ambient measurements were used to estimate above canopy fluxes for entire stands and landscape.
Guenther, A.; Greenberg, J.; Harley, P.; Helmig, D.; Klinger, L.; Vierling, L.; Zimmerman, P.; and Geron, C., "Leaf, branch, stand and landscape scale measurements of volatile organic compound fluxes from U.S. woodlands" (1996). Aspen Bibliography. Paper 1763.