Publications


Voici la liste des publications récentes utilisant des données issues de site ICOS :

 

  2018 (1)
MODIS-derived EVI, NDVI and WDRVI time series to estimate phenological metrics in French deciduous forests. Testa, S.; Soudani, K.; Boschetti, L.; and Borgogno Mondino, E. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 64(August 2017): 132-144. 2018.
MODIS-derived EVI, NDVI and WDRVI time series to estimate phenological metrics in French deciduous forests [link]Website   bibtex
  2017 (13)
The potential benefit of using forest biomass data in addition to carbon and water flux measurements to constrain ecosystem model parameters: Case studies at two temperate forest sites. Thum, T.; MacBean, N.; Peylin, P.; Bacour, C.; Santaren, D.; Longdoz, B.; Loustau, D.; and Ciais, P. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 234-235: 48-65. 2017.
The potential benefit of using forest biomass data in addition to carbon and water flux measurements to constrain ecosystem model parameters: Case studies at two temperate forest sites [link]Website   bibtex
Environmental control of carbon allocation matters for modelling forest growth. Guillemot, J.; Francois, C.; Hmimina, G.; Dufrêne, E.; Martin-StPaul, N., K.; Soudani, K.; Marie, G.; Ourcival, J.; and Delpierre, N. New Phytologist, 214(1): 180-193. 4 2017.
Environmental control of carbon allocation matters for modelling forest growth [link]Website   bibtex
Stand age and species richness dampen interannual variation of ecosystem-level photosynthetic capacity. Musavi, T.; Migliavacca, M.; Reichstein, M.; Kattge, J.; Wirth, C.; Black, T., A.; Janssens, I.; Knohl, A.; Loustau, D.; Roupsard, O.; Varlagin, A.; Rambal, S.; Cescatti, A.; Gianelle, D.; Kondo, H.; Tamrakar, R.; and Mahecha, M., D. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1(2): 0048. 2017.
Stand age and species richness dampen interannual variation of ecosystem-level photosynthetic capacity [link]Website   bibtex
Tree phenological ranks repeat from year to year and correlate with growth in temperate deciduous forests. Delpierre, N.; Guillemot, J.; Dufrêne, E.; Cecchini, S.; and Nicolas, M. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 234-235(December 2016): 1-10. 2017.
Tree phenological ranks repeat from year to year and correlate with growth in temperate deciduous forests [link]Website   bibtex
Improved methodology to quantify the temperature sensitivity of the soil heterotrophic respiration in croplands. Delogu, E.; Le Dantec, V.; Mordelet, P.; Ceschia, E.; Aubinet, M.; Buysse, P.; and Pattey, E. Geoderma, 296: 18-29. 6 2017.
Improved methodology to quantify the temperature sensitivity of the soil heterotrophic respiration in croplands [link]Website   bibtex