- Carbon cycling in a black spruce stands was estimated in Caribou-Poker Creek Watershed, Interior Alaska. Carbon dymanics monitoring sites were settled along the northeast-facing slope. Three sites, upper middle and lower position on the slope, were intensively surveyed. Littefoall and fine root production varied much site to site. Both litterfall and fine root production were larger in upper slope site. Lower position site showed one forth amount of upper slope site for both litterfall and fine root production.
- Kyotaro Noguchi, 2015, The fine root production in Alaska 2014 September, 1.00, Arctic Data archive System (ADS), Japan, https://ads.nipr.ac.jp/dataset/A20141127-005
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(Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute)