Articles | Volume 14, issue 14
Research article
26 Jul 2017
Research article |  | 26 Jul 2017

Leveraging 35 years of Pinus taeda research in the southeastern US to constrain forest carbon cycle predictions: regional data assimilation using ecosystem experiments

R. Quinn Thomas, Evan B. Brooks, Annika L. Jersild, Eric J. Ward, Randolph H. Wynne, Timothy J. Albaugh, Heather Dinon-Aldridge, Harold E. Burkhart, Jean-Christophe Domec, Thomas R. Fox, Carlos A. Gonzalez-Benecke, Timothy A. Martin, Asko Noormets, David A. Sampson, and Robert O. Teskey


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Short summary
To improve predictions of future forest productivity, we introduce an analytical approach that uses data from numerous research experiments that have occurred across the southeastern US to calibrate a mathematical forest model and estimate uncertainty in predictions. As a result, predictions using the model are consistent with a rich history of forest research in a region that supplies a large fraction of wood products to the world.
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