Appendix

Intercept

SE of

Ae

CF|;

<5l,Cek

Site

Latitude

N/S

Longitude

E/W

[%o]

[%o|

|%o]

Time

Reference

Life form

Forests, grasslands

Rainforest

42

S

147

W

16

23.40

Francey ct ai, 198s

Broad-leaved

Cerrado

15.33

S

47.36

W

13.80

-21.80

May

Miranda et til., 1997

Broad-leaved

Cerrado

15.33

S

47.36

W

15.40

- 23.40

November

Miranda et til., 1997

Broad-leaved

Rainforest

10.5

S

61.6

W

19.5

27.1

Lloyd ct til., 1996

Broad-leaved

Rainforest

2.6

s

59.6

W

20.26

- 27.60

Quay ct ai, 1989

Broad-leaved

Rainforest

5.2

N

53

W

20.42

- 27.56

0.30

Annual mean

Buchmann ct ai, 1997a

Broad-leaved

Rainforest

9.1

N

79.51

W

21.1

28.30

Buchmann et ai, 1997a

Broad-leaved

Rainforest

9.2

N

79.8

W

20.7

-27.8

Lancaster, 1990

Broad-leaved

Seasonal deciduous rainforest

11

N

61

W

21.42

- 29.42

Hanvood, 1997, thesis

Broad-leaved

Seasonal deciduous rainforest

11

N

61

W

16.6

22.87

Broadmeadow ct al., 1992

Broad-leaved

Rainforest

18

N

67

W

15.32

- 23.32

1.41

Ehleringer (unpublished)

Broad-leaved

Rainforest

19.5

N

105.1

W

20.2

- 27.3

Lancaster, 1990

Broad-leaved

Querats spp.

33

N

116.6

W

19.4

26.6

Lancaster, 1990

Broad-leaved

Populus tremuloides

40.34

N

111.2

W

18

- 26.00

1.30

Annual mean

Buchmann et al., 1997b

Broad-leaved

Acer spp.

40.47

N

111.46

W

17.1

- 24.55

0.50

Annual mean

Buchmann et al., 1997b

Broad-leaved

Deciduous forest

40.8

N

77.8

W

16.1

23.4

Lancaster, 1990

Broad-leaved

Deciduous forest

42.5

N

72.2

W

13.54

-21.54

0.84

Ehleringer (unpublished)

Broad-leaved

Acer/Abuts spp.

43.7

N

72.6

W

20.3

-27.4

Lancaster, 1990

Broad-leaved

Populus tremuloides

53.63

N

106.2

W

19.66

- 27.34

0.41

Annual mean

Flanagan et al., 1997

Broad-leaved

Querats spp.

55

N

2

W

16.69

- 24.69

Harwood, 1997, thesis

Broad-leaved

Populus tremuloides

55.89

N

98.68

W

19.09

- 26.70

0.39

Annual mean

Flanagan ct al., 1996

Broad-leaved

Tundra

60.8

N

161.88

W

18.5

- 25.7

Lancaster, 1990

Broad-leaved

Tussock tundra

68.6

N

149.3

W

15.9

- 23.2

Lancaster, 1990

Broad-leaved

Pinns spp.

36

N

76

W

18.3

-25

Keeling, 1961

Coniferous

Pinns spp.

37.8

N

119.7

W

18.2

- 25.4

Lancaster, 1990

Coniferous

Sequoia sempervirens

38

N

122

W

18.1

-24.7

Keeling, 1961

Coniferous

Pinus/Abies spp.

38

N

120

w

16.4

- 22.9

Keeling, 1961

Coniferous

Pinns contorta

40.39

N

110.54

w

18.3

- 25.42

1.27

Annual mean

Buchmann et ai, 1997b

Coniferous

luniperus oecidenlalis

44.2

N

121.2

w

- 23.42

0.49

Annual mean

Ehleringer and Cook, 1998

Coniferous

Pinus ponderosa

44.3

N

121.4

w

- 24.56

0.46

Annual mean

Ehleringer and Cook, 1998

Coniferous

Pseudotsuga rnenziesii

44.4

N

122.4

w

-26.01

0.79

Annual mean

Ehleringer and Cook, 1998

Coniferous

Picea/Tsuga spp.

45

N

123.6

w

17.3

- 25.00

0.52

Annual mean

Ehleringer and Cook, 1998

Coniferous

Pinus resinosa

45.12

N

75.37

w

17.69

-25.10

0.15

Annual mean

Berry et ai, 1997

Coniferous

Pinus spp.

46.3

N

114.2

w

16.7

- 23.95

Lancaster, 1990

Coniferous

Abies arnabilis

47.19

N

121.35

w

18.9

- 25.90

0.60

Annual mean

Buchmann et al., 1998

Coniferous

Abies arnabilis

47.19

N

121.35

w

19.3

- 26.80

1.10

Annual mean

Buchmann ct ai, 1998

Coniferous

Abies amabilts

47.19

N

121.35

w

19.1

- 26.70

2.40

Annual mean

Buchmann et ai, 1998

Coniferous

Pseudotsuga/Tsuga

48

N

121

w

17.5

- 23.8

Keeling, 1961

Coniferous

Pinus/Picea spp.

53.5

N

118.3

w

18.1

- 25.3

Lancaster, 1990

Coniferous

Pinus banksiana

53.92

N

104.69

w

18.97

- 26.65

0.31

Annual mean

Flanagan et ai, 1997

Coniferous

Picea rnariaua

53.99

N

105.12

w

18.81

- 26.48

0.26

Annual mean

Flanagan et ai, 1997

Coniferous

Picea mariana

55.91

N

98.52

w

18.97

- 26.58

0.11

Annual mean

Flanagan et al., 1997

(continued)

Appendix (Continued)

F'iuus banksiana

55.93

N

98.62

W

19.22

-26.83

0.22

Annual mean

Flanagan et al., 1997

Coniferous

F'iuus sylvestris., Picea abics

63.8

N

20.3

E

-24.06

0.48

Hogbergand Ekblad, 1996

Coniferous

Crops

Zea mays

32

N

35

E

12.25

- 19.97

Yakir and Wang, 1996

Crops

Triticum acstivum

32

N

35

E

22.05

- 29.36

Yakir and Wang, 1996

Crops

Triticum acstivum

32

N

35

E

21.11

-28.47

Yakir and Wang, 1996

Crops

Gossipium hirsutum

32

N

35

E

18.43

-25.91

Yakir and Wang, 1996

Crops

Metiicago sativa Zea mays

41.5

N

111.5

W

13.2

-20.84

Buchmann and Ehleringer, 1998

Crops

Medicago sativa Zea mays

41.5

N

111.5

W

13.8

-21.61

Buchmann and Ehleringer, 1998

Crops

Global mean

17.95

-25.27

SD

2.30

2.18

SE

0.34

0.31

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