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  • Lehmann, CER; Archibald, SA; Hoffmann, WA; Bond, WJ (Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2011-07)
    We aimed to identify the limits of savanna across Africa, Australia and South America. We based our investigation on the rich history of hypotheses previously examined; that the limits of savanna are variously determined ...
  • Archibald, SA; Kirton, A; Van der Merwe, Martina R; Scholes, RJ; Williams, CA; Hanan, N (Copernicus Publications, 2009)
    Inter-annual variability in primary production and ecosystem respiration was explored using eddy-covariance data at a semi-arid savanna site in the Kruger Park, South Africa. New methods of extrapolating night-time respiration ...
  • Nickless, A; Archibald, SA; Van der Merwe, Martina R; Scholes, RJ; Williams, CA; Hanan, N (2011-03)
    Annual estimates of gross primary production (GPP) and ecosystem respiration (Reco) were obtained for the Skukuza flux site, Kruger Park, South Africa, based on the eddy covariance flux data. A new method of extrapolating ...
  • Merbold, L; Ardo, J; Arneth, A; Scholes, RJ; Nouvellon, Y; De Grandcourt, A; Archibald, SA; Bonnefond, JM; Boulain, N; Bruemmer, C; Brueggemann, N; Cappelaere, B; Ceschia, E; El-Khidir, HAM; El-Tahir, BA; Falk, U; Lloyd, J; Kergoat, L; Le Dantec, V; Mougin, E; Muchinda, M; Mukelabai, MM; Ramier, D; Roupsard, O; Timouk, F; Veenendaal, EM; Kutsch, L (Copernicus Group, 2008)
    This study reports carbon and water fluxes between the land surface and atmosphere in eleven different ecosystems types in Sub-Saharan Africa, as measured using eddy covariance (EC) technology in the first two years of the ...
  • Archibald, SA; Roy, DP; Van Wilgen, BW; Scholes, RJ (Blackwell Publishing, 2009-03)
    The factors controlling the extent of fire in Africa south of the equator were investigated using moderate resolution (500 m) satellite-derived burned area maps and spatial data on the environmental factors thought to ...