Reduced throughfall decreases autotrophic respiration, but not heterotrophic respiration in a dry temperate broadleaved evergreen forest
Nina Hinko-Najera, Benedikt Fest, Stephen J Livesley, Stefan K Arndt
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2015
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The study was supported by funding from the Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) Australian Supersite Network, the TERN OzFlux Network, the Australian Research Council (ARC) grants LE0882936 and DP120101735 and the Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries Integrated Forest Ecosystem Research program. We would like to thank Dr. Christina Schadel for her valuable comments to the manuscript. We also would like to thank the many internship students, especially from the Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais, Dr. Xin Kun and Julio Najera, who helped us with field data collection and in the laboratory, and Dr. Ian Gordon, Rachel Sore and Dr. Markus Low for their advice in statistical analyses.