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@Article{MalhiADSGMAHEMHQRFZRPSMP:2014:PrMeCa,
               author = "Malhi, Yadvinder and Am{\'e}zquita, Filio Farf{\'a}n and 
                         Doughty, Christopher E. and Silva-Espejo, Javier E. and Girardin, 
                         C{\'e}cile A. J. and Metcalfe, Daniel B. and Arag{\~a}o, Luiz 
                         Eduardo Oliveira e Cruz de and Huaraca-Quispe, Lidia P. and 
                         {Ivonne Alzamora-Taype} and Eguiluz-Mora, Luzmilla and Marthews, 
                         Toby R. and Halladay, Kate and Quesada, Carlos A. and Robertson, 
                         Amanda L. and Fisher, Joshua B. and Zaragoza-Castells, Joana and 
                         Rojas-Villagra, Clara M. and Pelaez-Tapia, Yulina and Salinas, 
                         Norma and Meir, Patrick and Phillips, Oliver L.",
          affiliation = "{University of Oxford} and {Universidad Nacional San Antonio Abad 
                         del Cusco} and {University of Oxford} and {Universidad Nacional 
                         San Antonio Abad del Cusco} and {University of Oxford} and 
                         {Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences} and {Instituto 
                         Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Universidad Nacional 
                         San Antonio Abad del Cusco} and {Universidad Nacional San Antonio 
                         Abad del Cusco} and {Universidad Nacional San Antonio Abad del 
                         Cusco} and {University of Oxford} and {University of Oxford} and 
                         {Instituto National de Pesquisas da Amazonia (INPA)} and 
                         {University of Alaska} and {Jet Propulsion Laboratory} and 
                         {University of Edinburgh} and {Universidad Nacional San Antonio 
                         Abad del Cusco} and {Universidad Nacional San Antonio Abad del 
                         Cusco} and {Universidad Nacional San Antonio Abad del Cusco} and 
                         {Australian National University} and {Australian National 
                         University}",
                title = "The productivity, metabolism and carbon cycle of two lowland 
                         tropical forest plots in south-western Amazonia, Peru",
              journal = "Plant Ecology \& Diversity",
                 year = "2014",
               volume = "7",
               number = "1-2",
                pages = "85--105",
             keywords = "allocation, GPP, herbivory, NPP, phenology, seasonality, soil 
                         respiration, stem respiration, tropical forests, western 
                         Amazonia.",
             abstract = "Background: The forests of western Amazonia are known to be more 
                         dynamic that the better-studied forests of eastern Amazonia, but 
                         there has been no comprehensive description of the carbon cycle of 
                         a western Amazonian forest. Aims: We present the carbon budget of 
                         two forest plots in Tambopata in south-eastern Peru, western 
                         Amazonia. In particular, we present, for the first time, the 
                         seasonal variation in the detailed carbon budget of a tropical 
                         forest. Methods: We measured the major components of net primary 
                         production (NPP) and total autotrophic respiration over 36 years. 
                         Results: The NPP for the two plots was 15.1  0.8 and 14.2  1.0 
                         Mg C ha\−1 year\−1, the gross primary productivity 
                         (GPP) was 35.5  3.6 and 34.5  3.5 Mg C ha\−1 
                         year\−1, and the carbon use efficiency (CUE) was 0.42  
                         0.05 and 0.41  0.05. NPP and CUE showed a large degree of 
                         seasonality. Conclusions: The two plots were similar in carbon 
                         cycling characteristics despite the different soils, the most 
                         notable difference being high allocation of NPP to canopy and low 
                         allocation to fine roots in the Holocene floodplain plot. The 
                         timing of the minima in the wetdry transition suggests they are 
                         driven by phenological rhythms rather than being driven directly 
                         by water stress. When compared with results from forests on 
                         infertile forests in humid lowland eastern Amazonia, the plots 
                         have slightly higher GPP, but similar patterns of CUE and carbon 
                         allocation.",
                  doi = "10.1080/17550874.2013.820805",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17550874.2013.820805",
                 issn = "1755-0874",
                label = "self-archiving-INPE-MCTI-GOV-BR",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "malhi_et_al_2013_ped.pdf",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17550874.2013.820805",
        urlaccessdate = "26 nov. 2020"
}


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