Monthly Archives: July 2016

Article title:  Seasonality of temperate forest photosynthesis and daytime respiration Overturning textbook knowledge, Rick Wehr from the Saleskalab, working with colleagues from Harvard University, Woods hole, and Aerodyne research, discovered that the trees “exhale” (or respire) less carbon dioxide during the day than previously thought, and that forest photosynthesis doesn’t decline over the course of the summer. The results close a longstanding gap in our understanding of the carbon cycling between terrestrial ecosystems… Read More