- Carbon, water, and energy fluxes at half-hourly, daily, monthly, and annual temporal scales and spatial scales of flux tower footprint, landscape and region..
- Productivity and respiration maps of carbon fluxes according to forest types and age classes.
- Landscape and regional upscaling on the impacts of elevated CO2 and O3 on carbon, water, and energy fluxes in aspen forests.
- Testing the flux tower upscaling hypothesis in a complex landscape in northern Wisconsin.
- Modeling complex ecosystems in support of the NACP Mid-Continent Intensive.
- Upscaling carbon fluxes from stand-level towers to the footprint of a very tall tower in a heterogeneous landscape.
- Nick Saliendra, Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore Co., Maryland (formerly U.S. Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Research Plant Physiologist)
- Randy Kolka, U.S. Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Research Soil Scientist
- Ron Teclaw, U.S. Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Research Biologist Emeritus
- Ankur Desai, University of Wisconsin – Madison
- Ken Davis, Pennsylvania State University
- Faith Ann Heinsch, University of Montana
- Paul Bolstad, University of Minnesota – St. Paul
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