Carbon assimilation by riverine mangroves in the Florida Everglades

Jordan Barr
This dissertation addressed the central hypothesis that Florida Everglades' mangroves are among the most productive of all biomes, in terms of their capacity to assimilate atmospheric carbon dioxide. The hypothesis was evaluated using both a foliage-level gas exchange system and tower-based observing systems operating at the ecosystem-dimension during January through August 2004. Leaf-level controls on gas and energy exchange were investigated for black and red mangrove foliage along the water's edge and inside the canopy...
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