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Title: Global 4 km resolution monthly gridded Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) data set derived from FLUXNET2015

This data set contain global gridded surfaces of Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) at 2 arc minute (approximately 4 km) spatial resolution monthly for the period of 2000-2014 derived from FLUXNET2015 (released July 12, 2016) observations using a representativeness based upscaling approach.
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Research Org(s):
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States); NGEE-TRPC (Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments – Tropics)
Sponsoring Org:
USDOE Office of Science (SC), Biological and Environmental Research (BER) (SC-23)
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
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OSTI Identifier:
1279968

Kumar, Jitendra, Hoffman, Forrest M., Hargrove, William W., and Collier, Nathan. Global 4 km resolution monthly gridded Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) data set derived from FLUXNET2015. United States: N. p., Web. doi:10.15486/NGT/1279968.
Kumar, Jitendra, Hoffman, Forrest M., Hargrove, William W., & Collier, Nathan. Global 4 km resolution monthly gridded Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) data set derived from FLUXNET2015. United States. doi:10.15486/NGT/1279968.
Kumar, Jitendra, Hoffman, Forrest M., Hargrove, William W., and Collier, Nathan. 2016. "Global 4 km resolution monthly gridded Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) data set derived from FLUXNET2015". United States. doi:10.15486/NGT/1279968. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1279968.
@misc{osti_1279968,
title = {Global 4 km resolution monthly gridded Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) data set derived from FLUXNET2015},
author = {Kumar, Jitendra and Hoffman, Forrest M. and Hargrove, William W. and Collier, Nathan},
abstractNote = {This data set contain global gridded surfaces of Gross Primary Productivity (GPP) at 2 arc minute (approximately 4 km) spatial resolution monthly for the period of 2000-2014 derived from FLUXNET2015 (released July 12, 2016) observations using a representativeness based upscaling approach.},
doi = {10.15486/NGT/1279968},
year = {2016},
month = {8} }
  1. The Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments–Tropics, or NGEE-Tropics, is a ten-year, multi-institutional project aiming to fill the critical gaps in knowledge of tropical forest-climate system interactions. The overarching goal of NGEE-Tropics is to develop a predictive understanding of how tropical forest carbon balance and climate system feedbacks will respond to changing environmental drivers over the 21st Century. NGEE-Tropics’ grand deliverable is a representative, process-rich tropical forest ecosystem model, extending from bedrock to the top of the vegetative canopy-atmosphere interface, in which the evolution and feedbacks of tropical ecosystems in a changing climate can be modeled at the scale and resolution of amore » next-generation Earth System Model grid cell (~10 x 10 km2 grid size). « less
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