Data will be downloaded from the Zenodo repository
SAPFLUXNET is an initiative to compile and curate a global database of sap flow measurements in plants led by researchers at CREAF. The main goal of SAPFLUXNET is to advance in the scientific understanding of the ecological factors driving plant transpiration and drought responses across the globe.
Description of ongoing data syntheses and other papers using SAPFLUXNET data.
|Leading author||Institution||Topic/Tentative title||Stage|
|Rafael Poyatos||CREAF||Global patterns of tree transpiration||Data analysis|
|Sacha Khoury, David Coomes||Cambridge University, UK||Ground versus remote estimations of water flow in contrasting forests||Experimental design|
|Alison Prior, Colin Prentice||Imperial College London, UK||Testing carbon-water optimality hypotheses using sap flow data||Experimental design|
|Laura Fernández de Uña||CREAF||Tree height effects on sap flow and its environmental responses||Data analysis|
|Christoph Bachofen||EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland||Intraspecific variability in sap flow regulation||Under review|
|Paulo Bittencourt||University of Exeter, UK||Assessment of GLEAM transpiration||Under review|
SAPFLUXNET has been supported by several grants: