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@Article{WagnerHBSABBBSBBBBBCCCCCCCCCCCMDCMOADDDDEFFFFFJGGGGGGGHKKKKKLLLLSAMMMMMCMMMMOOOPPRRRRRRSSSSSSSTTTTTVVVVVVWZA:2016:ClSeLi,
               author = "Wagner, Fabien Hubert and H{\'e}rault, B. and Bonal, D. and 
                         Stahl, C. and Anderson, L. O. and Baker, T. R. and Becker, G. 
                         Sebastian and Beeckman, H. and Souza, D. Boanerges and Botosso, P. 
                         Cesar and Bowman, D. M. J. S. and Br{\"a}uning, A. and Brede, B. 
                         and Brown, F. Irving and Camarero, J. Julio and Camargo, P. B. and 
                         Cardoso, F. C. G. and Carvalho, F. A. and Castro, W. and Chagas, 
                         R. Koloski and Chave, J. and Chidumayo, E. N. and Clark, D. A. and 
                         Costa, F. Regina Capellotto and Couralet, C. and Mauricio, P. 
                         Henrique da Silva and Dalitz, H. and Castro, V. Resende de and 
                         Milani, J. E. D. F. and Oliveira, E. Consuelo de and Arruda, L. de 
                         Souza and Devineau, J. L. and Drew, D. M. and D{\"u}nisch, O. and 
                         Durigan, G. and Elifuraha, E. and Fedele, M. and Fedele, L. 
                         Ferreira and Figueiredo Filho, A. and Finger, C. A. G. and Franco, 
                         A. C{\'e}sar and Jnior, L. F. and Galv{\~a}o, F. and 
                         Gebrekirstos, A. and Gliniars, R. and Gra{\c{c}}a, P. 
                         Maur{\'{\i}}cio de Lima Alencastro and Griffiths, A. D. and 
                         Grogan, J. and Guan, K. and Homeier, J. and Kanieski, M. Raquel 
                         and Kho, L. Khoon and Koenig, J. and Kohler, S. Valerio and 
                         Krepkowski, J. and Lemos-Filho, J. P. and Lieberman, D. and 
                         Lieberman, M. Eugene and Lisi, C. Sergio and Santos, T. Longhi and 
                         Ayala, J. L. L. and Maeda, E. Eijji and Malhi, Y. and Maria, V. R. 
                         B. and Marques, M. C. M. and Marques, R. and Chamba, H. Maza and 
                         Mbwambo, L. and Melga{\c{c}}o, K. Liana Lisboa and Mendivelso, H. 
                         Angela and Murphy, B. P. and O'Brien, J. J. and Oberbauer, S. F. 
                         and Okada, N. and Plissier, R. and Prior, L. D. and Roig, F. 
                         Alejandro and Ross, M. and Rossatto, D. Rodrigo and Rossi, V. and 
                         Rowland, L. and Rutishauser, E. and Santana, H. and Schulze, M. 
                         and Selhorst, D. and Silva, W. Rodrigues and Silveira, M. and 
                         Spannl, S. and Swaine, M. D. and Toledo, J. J. and Toledo, M. 
                         Miranda and Toledo, M. and Toma, T. and Tomazello Filho, M. and 
                         Valdez Hern{\'a}ndez, J. Ignacio and Verbesselt, J. and Vieira, 
                         S. Aparecida and Vincent, G. and Volkmer de Castilho, C. and 
                         Volland, F. and Worbes, M. and Zanon, M. Lea Bolzan and 
                         Arag{\~a}o, Luiz Eduardo Oliveira e Cruz de",
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                title = "Climate seasonality limits leaf carbon assimilation and wood 
                         productivity in tropical forests",
              journal = "Biogeosciences",
                 year = "2016",
               volume = "13",
               number = "8",
                pages = "2537--2562",
                month = "Apr.",
             abstract = "The seasonal climate drivers of the carbon cycle in tropical 
                         forests remain poorly known, although these forests account for 
                         more carbon assimilation and storage than any other terrestrial 
                         ecosystem. Based on a unique combination of seasonal pan-tropical 
                         data sets from 89 experimental sites (68 include aboveground wood 
                         productivity measurements and 35 litter productivity 
                         measurements), their associated canopy photosynthetic capacity 
                         (enhanced vegetation index, EVI) and climate, we ask how carbon 
                         assimilation and aboveground allocation are related to climate 
                         seasonality in tropical forests and how they interact in the 
                         seasonal carbon cycle. We found that canopy photosynthetic 
                         capacity seasonality responds positively to precipitation when 
                         rainfall is < 2000\ĝ-mm\ĝ-yr\ĝ'1 (water-limited 
                         forests) and to radiation otherwise (light-limited forests). On 
                         the other hand, independent of climate limitations, wood 
                         productivity and litterfall are driven by seasonal variation in 
                         precipitation and evapotranspiration, respectively. Consequently, 
                         light-limited forests present an asynchronism between canopy 
                         photosynthetic capacity and wood productivity. First-order control 
                         by precipitation likely indicates a decrease in tropical forest 
                         productivity in a drier climate in water-limited forest, and in 
                         current light-limited forest with future rainfall < 
                         2000\ĝ-mm\ĝ-yr\ĝ'1.",
                  doi = "10.5194/bg-13-2537-2016",
                  url = "http://dx.doi.org/10.5194/bg-13-2537-2016",
                 issn = "1726-4170",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "wagner_climate.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "01 dez. 2020"
}


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