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IN BOX INSIGHTS and INNOVATIONS Coupling Terrestrial and Atmospheric Water Dynamics to Improve Prediction in a Changing Environment BY STEVE W . LYON, FRANCIN A DOMINGUEZ , DAVID J . GOCHIS , NATHANIEL A . BRUNSELL, CHRISTOPHER L. CASTRO , FOTINI K . CHOW , YIN G FAN, DANIE L FUKA , YAN G HONG , PAUL A . KUCERA, STEPHEN W . NESBITT, NADIN E SALZMANN , JUER G SCHMIDLI, PETER K . SNYDER , ADRIAA N J . TEULING , TRAC Y E . TWINE , SAMUE L LEVIS, JESSIC A D . LUNDQUIST, GUID O D . SALVUCCI, ANDRE A M . SEALY, AN D M . TOD D WALTE R uman s have profoundl y influence d thei r environ- heterogeneity is sometimes a principal modulator of ment . It ha s bee n estimated that nearly one-third local an d regional climates and , as such, there are po- H of th e global lan d cover ha s bee n modified , while tential aggregation an d teleconnection effects rangin g approximatel y 40% of the photosynthesis has been in scales fro m soil pore s t o th e general atmospheri c cir- appropriated. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
DOI
10.1175/2008BAMS2547.1
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Abstract

INSIGHTS and INNOVATIONS Coupling Terrestrial and Atmospheric Water Dynamics to Improve Prediction in a Changing Environment BY STEVE W . LYON, FRANCIN A DOMINGUEZ , DAVID J . GOCHIS , NATHANIEL A . BRUNSELL, CHRISTOPHER L. CASTRO , FOTINI K . CHOW , YIN G FAN, DANIE L FUKA , YAN G HONG , PAUL A . KUCERA, STEPHEN W . NESBITT, NADIN E SALZMANN , JUER G SCHMIDLI, PETER K . SNYDER , ADRIAA N J . TEULING , TRAC Y E . TWINE , SAMUE L LEVIS, JESSIC A D . LUNDQUIST, GUID O D . SALVUCCI, ANDRE A M . SEALY, AN D M . TOD D WALTE R uman s have profoundl y influence d thei r environ- heterogeneity is sometimes a principal modulator of ment . It ha s bee n estimated that nearly one-third local an d regional climates and , as such, there are po- H of th e global lan d cover ha s bee n modified , while tential aggregation an d teleconnection effects rangin g approximatel y 40% of the photosynthesis has been in scales fro m soil pore s t o th e general atmospheri c cir- appropriated.

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Sep 1, 2008

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