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Can decision rules simulate carbon allocation for years with contrasting and extreme weather conditions? A case study for three temperate beech forests

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  • The Allocation Of Carbohydrates To Different Tree Processes And Organs Is Crucial To Understand The
  • Decision Rules (Dr) (E
  • G
  • Functional Balances And Source-Sink Relationships) Are Widely Used To Model C Allocation In Forests
  • However
  • Standard Dr Allocation Schemes Lack A Strong Environmental Sensitivity And Their Ability To Simulate
  • In This Study
  • We Aimed To Compare The Performance Of A Standard Dr Allocation Scheme To The Performance Of An Impr
  • Model Validation Was Performed Against Extensive Datasets Of C Fluxes And C Pools For A 9 Years Peri
  • France) And For Two Contrasting Sites Not Used For Parameterisation (The Beech Forest Of Sorø
  • Denmark
  • For 1999-2006
  • And Collelongo
  • Italy
  • For 2005-2006)
  • At Hesse
  • 2003 Was Characterised By A Severe And Extreme Drought And Heat Wave
  • The Standard Dr Allocation Scheme Captured The Average Annual Dynamics Of C Allocation And Wood Grow
  • However
  • The Allocation Model Required High Quality Gpp Input And Errors (Even Modest) In Gpp Resulted In Lar
  • The Ability Of The Standard Dr Allocation Model To Simulate Year-To-Year Variability Was Limited
  • The Amended Dr Allocation Scheme Improved The Annual Simulations And Allowed Capturing The Stand Gro
  • Modelling Of Drought-Induced Changes In Fine Root Dynamics And Of Short-Term Thermal Acclimation Of
  • Particularly For Sites Likely To Experience Extreme Drought And Heat Waves
  • The Most Relevant Model Bias Was The Inaccurate Estimation Of Leaf Biomass Production (Up To 15%) An
  • Future Studies Should Focus Primarily On This Limitation
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Abstract

Can decision rules simulate carbon allocation for years with contrasting and extreme weather conditions? A case study for three temperate beech forests - DTU Orbit (17/05/14) Can decision rules simulate carbon allocation for years with contrasting and extreme weather conditions? A case study for three temperate beech forests - DTU Orbit (17/05/14) Campioli, Matteo; Verbeeck, Hans; Van den Bossche, Joris; Steppe, Kathy; Wu, Jian; Ibrom, Andreas; D'Andrea, Ettore; Matteucci, Giorgio; Samson, Roeland; Granier, André / Can decision rules simulate carbon allocation for years with contrasting and extreme weather conditions? A case study for three temperate beech forests. In: Ecological Modelling, Vol. 263, 2013, p. 42-55. Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2013

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