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2016 journal article
Environmental Science: the interdisciplinary STEM field
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 6(2), 336–343.
By: G. Geidel & W. Winner
2004 journal article
Canopy Carbon Gain and Water Use: Analysis of Old-growth Conifers in the Pacific Northwest
By: W. Winner, S. Thomas, J. Berry, B. Bond, C. Cooper, T. Hinckley, J. Ehleringer, J. Fessenden ...and 5 other authors, B. Lamb, S. McCarthy, N. McDowell, N. Phillips & M. Williams
Carbon Dioxide Exchange Between an Old-growth Forest and the Atmosphere
By: K. Paw U, M. Falk, T. Suchanek, S. Ustin, J. Chen, Y. Park, W. Winner, S. Thomas ...and 6 other authors, T. Hsiao, R. Shaw, T. King, R. Pyles, M. Schroeder & A. Matista
Three-dimensional Structure of an Old-growth Pseudotsuga-Tsuga Canopy and Its Implications for Radiation Balance, Microclimate, and Gas Exchange
By: G. Parker, M. Harmon, M. Lefsky, J. Chen, R. Pelt, S. Weis, S. Thomas, W. Winner, D. Shaw, J. Frankling
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