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Linkage Projects - Grant ID: LP140100232

Title
Linkage Projects - Grant ID: LP140100232
Funding
ARC | Linkage Projects
Contract (GA) number
LP140100232
Start Date
2014/01/01
End Date
2017/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/LP140100232

 

  • Modelling evapotranspiration during precipitation deficits: identifying critical processes in a land surface model

    A. M. Ukkola; A. J. Pitman; M. Decker; M. G. De Kauwe; G. Abramowitz; J. Kala; Y.-P. Wang (2016)
    Projects: ARC | Linkage Projects - Grant ID: LP140100232 (LP140100232)
    Surface fluxes from land surface models (LSM) have traditionally been evaluated against monthly, seasonal or annual mean states. The limited ability of LSMs to reproduce observed evaporative fluxes under water-stressed conditions has been previously noted, but very few studies have systematically evaluated these models during rainfall deficits. We evaluated latent heat flux simulated by the Community Atmosphere Biosphere Land Exchange (CABLE) LSM across 20 f...

    Ideas and perspectives: how coupled is the vegetation to the boundary layer?

    M. G. De Kauwe; M. G. De Kauwe; B. E. Medlyn; J. Knauer; C. A. Williams (2017)
    Projects: ARC | Linkage Projects - Grant ID: LP140100232 (LP140100232)
    Understanding the sensitivity of transpiration to stomatal conductance is critical to simulating the water cycle. This sensitivity is a function of the degree of coupling between the vegetation and the atmosphere and is commonly expressed by the decoupling factor. The degree of coupling assumed by models varies considerably and has previously been shown to be a major cause of model disagreement when simulating changes in transpiration in response to elevated CO2. The degree ...
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