A new paper led by Feng Tian (University of Copenhagen) and Jean-Pierre Wigneron (Inra) and involving two members of the Ecofun team, reveals seasonal dynamics of plant water storage over the globe (using the microwave L-band vegetation optical depth SMOS-IC product) and
Two EcoFun members have participated in a study forecasting large-scale, drought-induced tree mortality in the southwestern US. The study is now published in Nature Climate Change. See figure below or here or there for more details. The study has been covered by
Sarah’s paper from her MSc internship on intra-annual wood density modelling in maritime pine stands subjected to seasonal droughts has been accepted for publication in Tree Physiology. See here. Congratulations!