Phenology-associated changes in soil moisture have profound potential in regulating seasonal and annual productivity in arid and semi-arid ecosystems. In our study, we found earlier SGS has tendency to enhance spring productivity at north part of the Mongolian Plateau. Nonetheless, the suppressed summer photosynthesis due to phenology-induced water stress dramatically reduced annual carbon assimilation. This figure shows spatial distribution of correlation coefficients (r) between the start of growing season and (a) spring GPP, (b) summer GPP, (c) annual GPP in the Mongolia Plateau from 1982 to 2011. (All figures have the same legend; correlation coefficients >0.36 (or < −0.36) denotes significant correlation at p<0.05 level.)
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology – Elsevier
Published: Mar 15, 2018
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