2014 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Her primary areas of investigation include Eddy covariance, Ecosystem, Atmospheric sciences, Primary production and Carbon cycle. Her Eddy covariance research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Climatology, Photosynthetically active radiation, Latent heat, Biome and Data assimilation. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil water and Forestry.
Her Atmospheric sciences research incorporates elements of Atmosphere, Meteorology, Convection, Climate model and FluxNet. Her studies in FluxNet integrate themes in fields like Hydrology, Evapotranspiration, Climate change and Terrestrial ecosystem. Her work deals with themes such as Carbon sequestration, Soil organic matter and Forest ecology, which intersect with Carbon cycle.
Beverly E. Law spends much of her time researching Ecosystem, Atmospheric sciences, Eddy covariance, Ecology and Carbon cycle. Her studies deal with areas such as Soil water and Climatology as well as Ecosystem. The various areas that Beverly E. Law examines in her Atmospheric sciences study include Latent heat, Canopy, Biosphere and Vegetation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrology, Meteorology and Terrestrial ecosystem in addition to Eddy covariance. Her Carbon cycle study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Carbon sequestration and Soil organic matter. Her FluxNet research includes themes of Deciduous and Biome.
Beverly E. Law mostly deals with Ecosystem, Atmospheric sciences, Climate change, Eddy covariance and Ecology. Her Ecosystem study incorporates themes from Biodiversity and Greenhouse gas. Her Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Primary production, Ecosystem respiration, Canopy, Land cover and Vegetation.
The concepts of her Ecosystem respiration study are interwoven with issues in FluxNet and Deciduous. As a part of the same scientific study, she usually deals with the Eddy covariance, concentrating on Biosphere and frequently concerns with Data assimilation. Her research in the fields of Evapotranspiration and Biomass overlaps with other disciplines such as Trait and Extensive data.
Her primary areas of investigation include Ecosystem, Primary production, Ecology, Spatial variability and Eddy covariance. Her studies in Ecosystem integrate themes in fields like Carbon sequestration, Climate change and Greenhouse gas. Primary production is closely attributed to Atmospheric sciences in her work.
Her Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mediterranean climate and Evergreen. Her research integrates issues of Hydrology, Evapotranspiration and Remote sensing, Remote sensing in her study of Spatial variability. Eddy covariance is closely attributed to Biosphere in her study.
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FLUXNET: A New Tool to Study the Temporal and Spatial Variability of Ecosystem-Scale Carbon Dioxide, Water Vapor, and Energy Flux Densities
Dennis Baldocchi;Eva Falge;Lianhong Gu;Richard Olson.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2001)
Energy balance closure at FLUXNET sites
Kell Wilson;Allen Goldstein;Eva Falge;Marc Aubinet.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2002)
Gap filling strategies for defensible annual sums of net ecosystem exchange
E. Falge;D. Baldocchi;R. Olson;P. Anthoni.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2001)
Old-growth forests as global carbon sinks
Sebastiaan Luyssaert;Ernst Detlef Schulze;Annett Börner;Alexander Knohl.
Recent decline in the global land evapotranspiration trend due to limited moisture supply
Martin Jung;Markus Reichstein;Philippe Ciais;Sonia I. Seneviratne.
The human footprint in the carbon cycle of temperate and boreal forests
Federico Magnani;Maurizio Mencuccini;Marco Borghetti;Paul Berbigier.
Environmental controls over carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange of terrestrial vegetation
B.E Law;E Falge;L Gu;D.D Baldocchi.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2002)
Reduction of forest soil respiration in response to nitrogen deposition
I.A. Janssens;W. Dieleman;S. Luyssaert;J.-A. Subke.
Nature Geoscience (2010)
CO2 Balance of Boreal, Temperate, and Tropical Forests Derived from a Global Database
Sebastiaan Luyssaert;Sebastiaan Luyssaert;I. Inglima;M. Jung;A. D. Richardson.
Global Change Biology (2007)
Global patterns of land-atmosphere fluxes of carbon dioxide, latent heat, and sensible heat derived from eddy covariance, satellite, and meteorological observations
Martin Jung;Markus Reichstein;Hank A. Margolis;Alessandro Cescatti.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
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