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Nicholas C. Parazoo, Kevin Bowman, Christian Frankenberg, Jung-Eun Lee, Joshua B. Fisher, John Worden, Dylan B. A. Jones, Joseph Berry, G. James Collatz, Ian T. Baker, Martin Jung, Junjie Liu, Gregory Osterman, Chris O'Dell, Athena Sparks, Andre Butz, Sandrine Guerlet, Yukio Yoshida, Huilin Chen and Christoph Gerbig Interpreting seasonal changes in the carbon balance of southern Amazonia using measurements of XCO2 and chlorophyll fluorescence from GOSAT Geophysical Research Letters 40

Version of Record online: 6 JUN 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/grl.50452

Key Points

  • XCO2 exhibits strong seasonal variability (~ 4 ppm) in southern Amazonia
  • This is possible because vertical mixing and local seasonal NEE are coupled
  • XCO2 is inversely correlated with fluorescence, indicating GPP drives NEE

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