Solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence exhibits a universal relationship with gross primary productivity across a wide variety of biomes.

Academic Article

Abstract

  • In our recent study in Global Change Biology (Li et al., ), we examined the relationship between solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) measured from the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) and gross primary productivity (GPP) derived from eddy covariance flux towers across the globe, and we discovered that there is a nearly universal relationship between SIF and GPP across a wide variety of biomes. This finding reveals the tremendous potential of SIF for accurately mapping terrestrial photosynthesis globally.
  • Authors

  • Xiao, Jingfeng
  • Li, Xing
  • He, Binbin
  • Arain, M Altaf
  • Beringer, Jason
  • Desai, Ankur R
  • Emmel, Carmen
  • Hollinger, David Y
  • Krasnova, Alisa
  • Mammarella, Ivan
  • Noe, Steffen M
  • Serrano Ortiz, Penélope
  • Rey-Sanchez, Camilo
  • Rocha, Adrian V
  • Varlagin, Andrej
  • Publication Date

  • January 5, 2019
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    Pubmed Id

  • 30614142
  • Start Page

  • E4
  • End Page

  • E6
  • Volume

  • 25
  • Issue

  • 4