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hal.structure.identifierNorth Carolina State University [Raleigh] [NC State]
dc.contributor.authorAGUILOS, Maricar
hal.structure.identifierUnited States Department of Agriculture [USDA]
dc.contributor.authorSUN, Ge
hal.structure.identifierTexas A&M University System
dc.contributor.authorNOORMETS, Asko
hal.structure.identifierInteractions Sol Plante Atmosphère [UMR ISPA]
dc.contributor.authorDOMEC, Jean-Christophe
hal.structure.identifierEastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center
dc.contributor.authorMCNULTY, Steve
hal.structure.identifierUnited States Department of Agriculture [USDA]
dc.contributor.authorGAVAZZI, Michael
hal.structure.identifierNorth Carolina State University [Raleigh] [NC State]
dc.contributor.authorMINICK, Kevan
hal.structure.identifierDepartment of Ecosystem Science and Management
dc.contributor.authorMITRA, Bhaskar
hal.structure.identifierTexas A&M University [College Station]
dc.contributor.authorPRAJAPATI, Prajaya
dc.contributor.authorYANG, Yun
dc.contributor.authorKING, John
dc.date.accessioned2023-11-30T12:59:00Z
dc.date.available2023-11-30T12:59:00Z
dc.date.issued2021-06-01
dc.identifier.issn0168-1923en_US
dc.identifier.urihttps://oskar-bordeaux.fr/handle/20.500.12278/186276
dc.description.abstractEnForested wetlands are important in regulating regional hydrology and climate. However, long-term studies on the hydrologic impacts of converting natural forested wetlands to pine plantations are rare for the southern US. From 2005-2018, we quantified water cycling in two post-harvest and newly-planted loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) plantations (YP2-7, 2-7 yrs old; YP2-8, 2-8 yrs old), a rotation-age loblolly pine plantation (MP, 15-28 yrs old), and a natural bottomland hardwood forest (BHF, > 100 yrs old) along the lower coastal plain of North Carolina. We quantified the differences in inter-annual and seasonal water balance and trends of evapotranspiration (ET) using eddy covariance over 37 site-years and assessed key climatic and biological drivers of ET. We found that the rotation-age plantation (MP) had higher annual ET (933 +/- 63 mm) than the younger plantations (776 +/- 74 mm for YP2-7 and 638 +/- 190 mm for YP2-8), and the BHF (743 +/- 172 mm), owing to differences in stand age, canopy cover, and micrometeorology. Chronosequence analysis of the pine sites showed that ET increased with stand age up to 10 years, then gradually stabilized for the remainder of the rotation of 28 - 30 years. YP2-8 was sensitive to water availability, decreasing ET by 30 - 43 % during the extreme 2007 - 2008 drought, but reductions in ET at MP were only 8 - 11 %. Comparing to BHF, ditching with management enhanced drainage at YP2-7 and YP2-8, while drainage was lower at the mature pine site. This study provides insight into land use-hydrology-climate interactions that have important implications for forested wetland management in a time of rapidly changing environmental conditions of the LCP of the southern US.
dc.language.isoENen_US
dc.subject.enCoastal plain forest
dc.subject.enWater balance
dc.subject.enEvapotranspiration
dc.subject.enForested wetlands
dc.subject.enManaged forests
dc.subject.enDrought
dc.title.enEffects of land-use change and drought on decadal evapotranspiration and water balance of natural and managed forested wetlands along the southeastern US lower coastal plain
dc.title.alternativeAgric For Meteorolen_US
dc.typeArticle de revueen_US
dc.identifier.doi10.1016/j.agrformet.2021.108381en_US
dc.subject.halSciences de l'environnementen_US
bordeaux.journalAgricultural and Forest Meteorologyen_US
bordeaux.page1-16en_US
bordeaux.volume303en_US
bordeaux.hal.laboratoriesInteractions Soil Plant Atmosphere (ISPA) - UMR 1391en_US
bordeaux.institutionBordeaux Sciences Agroen_US
bordeaux.institutionINRAEen_US
bordeaux.peerReviewedouien_US
bordeaux.inpressnonen_US
bordeaux.identifier.funderIDU.S. Forest Serviceen_US
bordeaux.identifier.funderIDWeyerhaeuser Companyen_US
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hal.popularnonen_US
hal.audienceInternationaleen_US
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