The role of effective leaf mixing length in the relationship between the delta O-18 of stem cellulose and source water across a salinity gradient Article

Ellsworth, Patricia V, Ellsworth, Patrick Z, Anderson, William T et al. (2013). The role of effective leaf mixing length in the relationship between the delta O-18 of stem cellulose and source water across a salinity gradient . 36(1), 138-148. 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2012.02562.x

Open Access

cited authors

  • Ellsworth, Patricia V; Ellsworth, Patrick Z; Anderson, William T; Sternberg, Leonel SL

fiu authors

publication date

  • January 1, 2013

keywords

  • ENRICHMENT
  • FRESH-WATER
  • HARDWOOD HAMMOCKS
  • Life Sciences & Biomedicine
  • MODEL
  • OXYGEN-ISOTOPE RATIOS
  • Plant Sciences
  • SALT
  • SOIL
  • STABLE-CARBON
  • Science & Technology
  • WOOD
  • freshwater plants
  • leaf water oxygen isotope fractionation
  • mangroves
  • oxygen isotope fractionation of phenylglucosazone
  • oxygen isotope fractionation of stem cellulose
  • sea level rise

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start page

  • 138

end page

  • 148

volume

  • 36

issue

  • 1