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Stored water use and transpiration in Scots pine : a modeling analysis with ANAFORE

(2007) TREE PHYSIOLOGY. 27(12). p.1671-1685
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We estimated daily use of stored water by Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) trees growing in a temperate climate with the ANAFORE model (ANAlysis of FORest Ecosystems) and compared the simulation results with sap flow measurements. The original model was expanded with a dynamic water flow and storage model that simulates sap flow dynamics in an individual tree. ANAFORE was able to accurately simulate diurnal patterns of measured sap flow under microclimatic conditions that differ from those of the calibration period. Strong relationships were found between stored water use and several tree characteristics (diameter at breast height, sapwood area, leaf area), but not with tree height. Relative to transpiration, stored water use varied over time (between less than 1% and 44% of daily transpiration). On days when transpiration was high, trees were more dependent on stored water, indicating that the contribution of internal water to transpiration is not a constant in the water budget of trees.
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STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE, SAP-FLOW, ACID-BASED MODEL, MEAN SQUARED ERROR, FOREST CANOPY TREES, VAPOR-PRESSURE DEFICIT, stomatal conductance, sap flow, nighttime transpiration, Pinus sylvestris, ABSCISIC-ACID, STEM RADIUS, BIOCHEMICAL-MODEL, CO2 EXCHANGE

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Verbeeck, Hans et al. “Stored Water Use and Transpiration in Scots Pine : a Modeling Analysis with ANAFORE.” TREE PHYSIOLOGY 27.12 (2007): 1671–1685. Print.
APA
Verbeeck, H., Steppe, K., Nadezhdina, N., Op de Beeck, M., Deckmyn, G., Meiresonne, L., Lemeur, R., et al. (2007). Stored water use and transpiration in Scots pine : a modeling analysis with ANAFORE. TREE PHYSIOLOGY, 27(12), 1671–1685.
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Verbeeck, Hans, Kathy Steppe, Nadja Nadezhdina, Maarten Op de Beeck, Gaby Deckmyn, Linda Meiresonne, Raoul Lemeur, Jan Cermak, Reinhart Ceulemans, and Ivan A Janssens. 2007. “Stored Water Use and Transpiration in Scots Pine : a Modeling Analysis with ANAFORE.” Tree Physiology 27 (12): 1671–1685.
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Verbeeck, Hans, Kathy Steppe, Nadja Nadezhdina, Maarten Op de Beeck, Gaby Deckmyn, Linda Meiresonne, Raoul Lemeur, Jan Cermak, Reinhart Ceulemans, and Ivan A Janssens. 2007. “Stored Water Use and Transpiration in Scots Pine : a Modeling Analysis with ANAFORE.” Tree Physiology 27 (12): 1671–1685.
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Verbeeck H, Steppe K, Nadezhdina N, Op de Beeck M, Deckmyn G, Meiresonne L, et al. Stored water use and transpiration in Scots pine : a modeling analysis with ANAFORE. TREE PHYSIOLOGY. 2007;27(12):1671–85.
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H. Verbeeck et al., “Stored water use and transpiration in Scots pine : a modeling analysis with ANAFORE,” TREE PHYSIOLOGY, vol. 27, no. 12, pp. 1671–1685, 2007.
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  abstract     = {We estimated daily use of stored water by Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) trees growing in a temperate climate with the ANAFORE model (ANAlysis of FORest Ecosystems) and compared the simulation results with sap flow measurements. The original model was expanded with a dynamic water flow and storage model that simulates sap flow dynamics in an individual tree. ANAFORE was able to accurately simulate diurnal patterns of measured sap flow under microclimatic conditions that differ from those of the calibration period. Strong relationships were found between stored water use and several tree characteristics (diameter at breast height, sapwood area, leaf area), but not with tree height. Relative to transpiration, stored water use varied over time (between less than 1% and 44% of daily transpiration). On days when transpiration was high, trees were more dependent on stored water, indicating that the contribution of internal water to transpiration is not a constant in the water budget of trees.},
  author       = {Verbeeck, Hans and Steppe, Kathy and Nadezhdina, Nadja and Op de Beeck, Maarten and Deckmyn, Gaby and Meiresonne, Linda and Lemeur, Raoul and Cermak, Jan and Ceulemans, Reinhart and Janssens, Ivan A},
  issn         = {0829-318X},
  journal      = {TREE PHYSIOLOGY},
  keywords     = {STOMATAL CONDUCTANCE,SAP-FLOW,ACID-BASED MODEL,MEAN SQUARED ERROR,FOREST CANOPY TREES,VAPOR-PRESSURE DEFICIT,stomatal conductance,sap flow,nighttime transpiration,Pinus sylvestris,ABSCISIC-ACID,STEM RADIUS,BIOCHEMICAL-MODEL,CO2 EXCHANGE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {12},
  pages        = {1671--1685},
  title        = {Stored water use and transpiration in Scots pine : a modeling analysis with ANAFORE},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/treephys/27.12.1671},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2007},
}

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