The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecosystem, Eddy covariance, Evapotranspiration, Stomatal conductance and Ecology. His work on Terrestrial ecosystem, Carbon flux and Ecosystem ecology as part of general Ecosystem research is frequently linked to Foundation, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. As part of his studies on Eddy covariance, he often connects relevant areas like Canopy.
His Evapotranspiration study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biometeorology and Vapour Pressure Deficit, Transpiration. His research in Ecology is mostly focused on Ecosystem respiration. His Ecosystem respiration research integrates issues from Leaf area index and Carbon sink.
Kimberly A. Novick focuses on Eddy covariance, Ecosystem, Evapotranspiration, Ecology and Canopy. The Eddy covariance study combines topics in areas such as Carbon cycle and Wind direction. His work on Water use expands to the thematically related Ecosystem.
His Evapotranspiration study also includes fields such as
Transpiration that connect with fields like Stomatal conductance,
Growing season which is related to area like Precipitation. His Ecology research incorporates elements of Leaf water, Hydrology and Xylem. His Canopy research also works with subjects such as
Deciduous that intertwine with fields like Vegetation,
Vapour Pressure Deficit which intersects with area such as Water content, Water-use efficiency and Climate change,
Agronomy and related Ecohydrology and Botany.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Eddy covariance, Ecosystem, Vapour Pressure Deficit, Canopy and Vegetation. His Eddy covariance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Liriodendron, Anemometer, Evapotranspiration and Wind direction. His study in the fields of Ecohydrology under the domain of Ecosystem overlaps with other disciplines such as Flux.
His Vapour Pressure Deficit research is classified as research in Transpiration. The various areas that Kimberly A. Novick examines in his Transpiration study include Growing season and Water resources. His Canopy research includes themes of Deciduous and Stomatal conductance.
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The increasing importance of atmospheric demand for ecosystem water and carbon fluxes
Kimberly A. Novick;Darren L. Ficklin;Paul C. Stoy;Christopher A. Williams.
Nature Climate Change (2016)
Plant responses to rising vapor pressure deficit.
Charlotte Grossiord;Charlotte Grossiord;Thomas N. Buckley;Lucas A. Cernusak;Kimberly A. Novick.
New Phytologist (2020)
Land management and land-cover change have impacts of similar magnitude on surface temperature
Sebastiaan Luyssaert;Mathilde Jammet;Paul C. Stoy;Stephen Estel.
The FLUXNET2015 dataset and the ONEFlux processing pipeline for eddy covariance data
Gilberto Pastorello;Carlo Trotta;Eleonora Canfora;Housen Chu.
Scientific Data (2020)
Carbon dioxide and water vapor exchange in a warm temperate grassland
Kimberly A. Novick;Paul C. Stoy;Gabriel G. Katul;D. S. Ellsworth.
An evaluation of models for partitioning eddy covariance-measured net ecosystem exchange into photosynthesis and respiration
Paul C. Stoy;Gabriel G. Katul;Mario B.S. Siqueira;Mario B.S. Siqueira;Jehn-Yih Juang.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2006)
Separating the effects of climate and vegetation on evapotranspiration along a successional chronosequence in the southeastern US
Paul C. Stoy;Gabriel G. Katul;Mario B. S. Siqueira;Jehn-Yih Juang.
Global Change Biology (2006)
The role of isohydric and anisohydric species in determining ecosystem-scale response to severe drought.
D. T. Roman;K. A. Novick;E. R. Brzostek;D. Dragoni.
Historic and projected changes in vapor pressure deficit suggest a continental‐scale drying of the United States atmosphere
Darren L. Ficklin;Kimberly A. Novick.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2017)
Interannual Invariability of Forest Evapotranspiration and Its Consequence to Water Flow Downstream
A. Christopher Oishi;Ram Oren;Kimberly A. Novick;Sari Palmroth.
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