Kate Heal , Nick Forrest, Paul Jarvis School of GeoSciences The University of Edinburgh Xiangqing Ma Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, China. The contribution of hydrological fluxes to carbon sequestration in a temperate forest plantation. Research question.
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Kate Heal, Nick Forrest, Paul Jarvis
School of GeoSciences
The University of Edinburgh
Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, China
Proportion of C sequestered by forest ecosystems lost in water flux?
Storage raingauges x 5
Logging raingauges x 2
Throughfall & stemflow samplers x 24 trees
Cloudwater gauges x 2
E = precipitation – streamflow
=> Confidence in measurements of hydrological fluxes
Mean values; bars show max and min values close agreementSummary of chemical concentrations
DOC flushed from organic near-surface soil horizons at high flows