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  1. Application of an open-path eddy covariance methane flux measurement system to a larch forest in eastern Siberia
  2. Using digital cover photography to track the canopy recovery process following a typhoon disturbance in a cool–temperate deciduous forest
  3. 8 million phenological and sky images from 29 ecosystems from the Arctic to the tropics: the Phenological Eyes Network
  4. Extremely dry environment down-regulates nighttime respiration of a black spruce forest in Interior Alaska
  5. Optimization of a biochemical model with eddy covariance measurements in black spruce forests of Alaska for estimating CO2 fertilization effects
  6. Persistence and memory timescales in root-zone soil moisture dynamics
  7. Understory CO2, sensible heat, and latent heat fluxes in a black spruce forest in interior Alaska
  8. Effects of water vapor dilution on trace gas flux, and practical correction methods
  9. FluxPro as a realtime monitoring and surveilling system for eddy covariance flux measurement
  10. Radiative and precipitation controls on root zone soil moisture spectra
  11. Change in surface energy balance in Alaska due to fire and spring warming, based on upscaling eddy covariance measurements
  12. An inter-comparison between Gill and Campbell sonic anemometers
  13. Spatial Scale and Landscape Heterogeneity Effects on FAPAR in an Open-Canopy Black Spruce Forest in Interior Alaska
  14. Stereoscopic determination of all-sky altitude map of aurora using two ground-based Nikon DSLR cameras
  15. Upscaling terrestrial carbon dioxide fluxes in Alaska with satellite remote sensing and support vector regression
  16. Application of time-lapse digital imagery for ground-truth verification of satellite indices in the boreal forests of Alaska
  17. Characteristics of evapotranspiration from a permafrost black spruce forest in interior Alaska
  18. Seasonal changes in camera-based indices from an open canopy black spruce forest in Alaska, and comparison with indices from a closed canopy evergreen coniferous forest in Japan
  19. The role of declining Arctic sea ice in recent decreasing terrestrial Arctic snow depths
  20. A Common Stomatal Parameter Set Used to Simulate the Energy and Water Balance over Boreal and Temperate Forests
  21. Ultrasonic anemometer angle of attack errors under turbulent conditions
  22. Calculating CO2 and H2O eddy covariance fluxes from an enclosed gas analyzer using an instantaneous mixing ratio
  23. Impact of land-use changes on snow in a forested region with heavy snowfall in Hokkaido, Japan
  24. Photosynthetic recovery of foliage after wind disturbance activates ecosystem CO2uptake in cool temperate forests of northern Japan
  25. Influences of canopy structure and physiological traits on flux partitioning between understory and overstory in an eastern Siberian boreal larch forest
  26. Importance of mixing ratio for a long-term CO2 flux measurement with a closed-path system
  27. Simulating seasonal and inter-annual variations in energy and carbon exchanges and forest dynamics using a process-based atmosphere–vegetation dynamics model
  28. A comparison between various definitions of forest stand height and aerodynamic canopy height
  29. Evapotranspiration from understory vegetation in an eastern Siberian boreal larch forest
  30. Energy consumption and evapotranspiration at several boreal and temperate forests in the Far East
  31. Interannual variation of water balance and summer evapotranspiration in an eastern Siberian larch forest over a 7-year period (1998–2006)
  32. Parameterisation of aerodynamic roughness over boreal, cool- and warm-temperate forests
  33. Responses of surface conductance to forest environments in the Far East
  34. Aerodynamic Scaling for Estimating the Mean Height of Dense Canopies
  35. Correction of sonic anemometer angle of attack errors
  36. Evaluation of Sensible Heat Advection between Canopies with Different Plant Heights