His primary areas of study are Ecology, Carbon cycle, Ecosystem, Amazon rainforest and Primary production. His works in Biomass, Disturbance, Biogeochemical cycle, Litter and Climate change are all subjects of inquiry into Ecology. Jeffrey Q. Chambers combines subjects such as Tropical climate, Cycling and Soil respiration, Respiration with his study of Carbon cycle.
His study looks at the intersection of Ecosystem and topics like Hydrology with Ecological succession, Spatial ecology, Physical geography and Gap dynamics. His Amazon rainforest study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Forest management, Diameter at breast height and Forestry. His work carried out in the field of Primary production brings together such families of science as Eddy covariance and Biome.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Amazon rainforest, Ecology, Ecosystem, Atmospheric sciences and Biomass. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hydrology, Forestry, Climate change and Ecological succession in addition to Amazon rainforest. Carbon cycle, Primary production, Biodiversity, Diameter at breast height and Biogeochemical cycle are the core of his Ecology study.
The concepts of his Carbon cycle study are interwoven with issues in Productivity, Tropical climate, Soil respiration, Respiration and Carbon sequestration. Jeffrey Q. Chambers interconnects Rainforest and Photosynthesis in the investigation of issues within Ecosystem. His study focuses on the intersection of Biomass and fields such as Physical geography with connections in the field of Old-growth forest.
His main research concerns Atmospheric sciences, Amazon rainforest, Vapour Pressure Deficit, Terrestrial ecosystem and Ecosystem. His Atmospheric sciences research integrates issues from Canopy, Climate change, Stomatal conductance, Vegetation and Transpiration. His Amazon rainforest research includes themes of Herbivore and Biogeochemical cycle.
His research investigates the link between Terrestrial ecosystem and topics such as Biomass that cross with problems in Windthrow, Disturbance, Ecological succession and Primary production. Jeffrey Q. Chambers merges many fields, such as Ecosystem and Trait, in his writings. His Nest study is related to the wider topic of Ecology.
Jeffrey Q. Chambers mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Botany, Monoterpene, Earth system science and Ecosystem. His studies deal with areas such as Climate change, Carbon sink, Sink, Biogeochemical cycle and Cycling as well as Atmospheric sciences. His Monoterpene study combines topics in areas such as Eschweilera and Herbivore.
The Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Adaptation, Tropical rainforest and Stomatal conductance. Jeffrey Q. Chambers studied Tundra and Vegetation that intersect with Acclimatization. His work often combines Plant defense against herbivory and Amazon rainforest studies.
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Tree allometry and improved estimation of carbon stocks and balance in tropical forests
J. Chave;C. Andalo;S. Brown;M. A. Cairns.
TRY - a global database of plant traits
J. Kattge;S. Díaz;S. Lavorel;I. C. Prentice.
web science (2011)
MEASURING NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN FORESTS: CONCEPTS AND FIELD METHODS
Ecological Applications (2001)
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)
NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN TROPICAL FORESTS: AN EVALUATION AND SYNTHESIS OF EXISTING FIELD DATA
Deborah A. Clark;Sandra Brown;David W. Kicklighter;Jeffrey Q. Chambers.
Ecological Applications (2001)
Relationship between soils and Amazon forest biomass: a landscape-scale study
Forest Ecology and Management (1999)
Tree damage, allometric relationships, and above-ground net primary production in central Amazon forest
Forest Ecology and Management (2001)
Decomposition and carbon cycling of dead trees in tropical forests of the central Amazon.
Jeffrey Q. Chambers;Niro Higuchi;Joshua P. Schimel;Leandro V. Ferreira.
Respiration from a tropical forest ecosystem: partitioning of sources and low carbon use efficiency
Jeffrey Quintin Chambers;Jeffrey Quintin Chambers;Edgard Siza Tribuzy;Ligia C. Toledo;Bianca F. Crispim.
Ecological Applications (2004)
The effects of partial throughfall exclusion on canopy processes, aboveground production, and biogeochemistry of an Amazon forest
D. C. Nepstad;P. Moutinho;M. B. Dias‐Filho;E. Davidson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
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