RHESSys was used in a paper just published in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology – “Evapotranspiration deficit controls net primary production and growth of silver fir: Implications for Circum-Mediterranean forests under forecasted warmer and drier conditions”. Dr. Tague worked with scientists at the Instituto Pirenaico de Ecologia (Pyrenian Institute of Ecology in Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain), using RHESSys to look at warming induced drought stress on NPP in the Pyrenees.

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Changes in Annual NPP
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Dr. Tague’s photos from the field site
 

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