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Sharma, S.; et al. (2019): Carbon and evapotranspiration dynamics of a non-native perennial grass with biofuel potential in the southern U.S. Great Plains

Sharma, S.; Rajan, N.; Cui, S.; Maas, S.; Casey, K.; Ale, S.; Jessup, R. (2019): Carbon and evapotranspiration dynamics of a non-native perennial grass with biofuel potential in the southern U.S. Great Plains. In: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 269-270, S. 285–293. DOI: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2019.01.037.

"Old world bluestem cultivar WW-B Dahl [Bothriochloa bladhii (Retz.), S. T. Blake] is a non-native perennial C4 bunch grass with biofuel production potential grown predominantly in the Southern U.S. Great Plains. Although this is a popular introduced grass cultivar, data on carbon fluxes and evapotranspiration (ET) from this warm-season grass is rare. In this study, the eddy covariance method was used to measure CO2 and ET from an established stand of bluestem for three years (2013–2015)."

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