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  • Pastorello, Gilberto; Trotta, Carlo; Canfora, Eleonora; Chu, Housen; Christianson, Danielle; Cheah, You-Wei; Poindexter, Cristina; Chen, Jiquan; Elbashandy, Abdelrahman; Humphrey, Marty; Isaac, Peter; Polidori, Diego; Ribeca, Alessio; van Ingen, Catharine; Zhang, Leiming; Amiro, Brian; Ammann, Christof; Arain, M. Altaf; Ardo, Jonas; Arkebauer, Timothy; Arndt, Stefan K.; Arriga, Nicola; Aubinet, Marc; Aurela, Mika; Baldocchi, Dennis; Barr, Alan; Beamesderfer, Eric; Marchesini, Luca Belelli; Bergeron, Onil; Beringer, Jason; Bernhofer, Christian; Berveiller, Daniel; Billesbach, Dave; Black, Thomas Andrew; Blanken, Peter D.; Bohrer, Gil; Boike, Julia; Bolstad, Paul V.; Bonal, Damien; Bonnefond, Jean-Marc; Bowling, David R.; Bracho, Rosvel; Brodeur, Jason; Bruemmer, Christian; Buchmann, Nina; Burban, Benoit; Burns, Sean P.; Buysse, Pauline; Cale, Peter; Cavagna, Mauro; Cellier, Pierre; Chen, Shiping; Chini, Isaac; Christensen, Torben R.; Cleverly, James; Collalti, Alessio; Consalvo, Claudia; Cook, Bruce D.; Cook, David; Coursolle, Carole; Cremonese, Edoardo; Curtis, Peter S.; D'Andrea, Ettore; da Rocha, Humberto; Dai, Xiaoqin; Davis, Kenneth J.; De Cinti, Bruno; de Grandcourt, Agnes; De Ligne, Anne; De Oliveira, Raimundo C.; Delpierre, Nicolas; Desai, Ankur R.; Di Bella, Carlos Marcelo; di Tommasi, Paul; Dolman, Han; Domingo, Francisco; Dong, Gang; Dore, Sabina; Duce, Pierpaolo; Dufrene, Eric; Dunn, Allison; Dusek, Jiri; Eamus, Derek; Eichelmann, Uwe; ElKhidir, Hatim Abdalla M.; Eugster, Werner; Ewenz, Cacilia M.; Ewers, Brent; Famulari, Daniela; Fares, Silvano; Feigenwinter, Iris; Feitz, Andrew; Fensholt, Rasmus; Filippa, Gianluca; Fischer, Marc; Frank, John; Galvagno, Marta; Gharun, Mana; Gianelle, Damiano; Gielen, Bert; Gioli, Beniamino; Gitelson, Anatoly; Goded, Ignacio; Goeckede, Mathias; Goldstein, Allen H.; Gough, Christopher M.; Goulden, Michael L.; Graf, Alexander; Griebel, Anne; Gruening, Carsten; Gruenwald, Thomas; Hammerle, Albin; Han, Shijie; Han, Xingguo; Hansen, Birger Ulf; Hanson, Chad; Hatakka, Juha; He, Yongtao; Hehn, Markus; Heinesch, Bernard; Hinko-Najera, Nina; Hoertnagl, Lukas; Hutley, Lindsay; Ibrom, Andreas; Ikawa, Hiroki; Jackowicz-Korczynski, Marcin; Janous, Dalibor; Jans, Wilma; Jassal, Rachhpal; Jiang, Shicheng; Kato, Tomomichi; Khomik, Myroslava; Klatt, Janina; Knohl, Alexander; Knox, Sara; Kobayashi, Hideki; Koerber, Georgia; Kolle, Olaf; Kosugi, Yoshiko; Kotani, Ayumi; Kowalski, Andrew; Kruijt, Bart; Kurbatova, Julia; Kutsch, Werner L.; Kwon, Hyojung; Launiainen, Samuli; Laurila, Tuomas; Law, Bev; Leuning, Ray; Li, Yingnian; Liddell, Michael; Limousin, Jean-Marc; Lion, Marryanna; Liska, Adam J.; Lohila, Annalea; Lopez-Ballesteros, Ana; Lopez-Blanco, Efren; Loubet, Benjamin; Loustau, Denis; Lucas-Moffat, Antje; Lueers, Johannes; Ma, Siyan; Macfarlane, Craig; Magliulo, Vincenzo; Maier, Regine; Mammarella, Ivan; Manca, Giovanni; Marcolla, Barbara; Margolis, Hank A.; Marras, Serena; Massman, William; Mastepanov, Mikhail; Matamala, Roser; Matthes, Jaclyn Hatala; Mazzenga, Francesco; McCaughey, Harry; McHugh, Ian; McMillan, Andrew M. S.; Merbold, Lutz; Meyer, Wayne; Meyers, Tilden; Miller, Scott D.; Minerbi, Stefano; Moderow, Uta; Monson, Russell K.; Montagnani, Leonardo; Moore, Caitlin E.; Moors, Eddy; Moreaux, Virginie; Moureaux, Christine; Munger, J. William; Nakai, Taro; Neirynck, Johan; Nesic, Zoran; Nicolini, Giacomo; Noormets, Asko; Northwood, Matthew; Nosetto, Marcelo; Nouvellon, Yann; Novick, Kimberly; Oechel, Walter; Olesen, Jorgen Eivind; Ourcival, Jean-Marc; Papuga, Shirley A.; Parmentier, Frans-Jan; Paul-Limoges, Eugenie; Pavelka, Marian; Peichl, Matthias; Pendall, Elise; Phillips, Richard P.; Pilegaard, Kim; Pirk, Norbert; Posse, Gabriela; Powell, Thomas; Prasse, Heiko; Prober, Suzanne M.; Rambal, Serge; Rannik, Ullar; Raz-Yaseef, Naama; Reed, David; de Dios, Victor Resco; Restrepo-Coupe, Natalia; Reverter, Borja R.; Roland, Marilyn; Sabbatini, Simone; Sachs, Torsten; Saleska, Scott R.; Sanchez-Canete, Enrique P.; Sanchez-Mejia, Zulia M.; Schmid, Hans Peter; Schmidt, Marius; Schneider, Karl; Schrader, Frederik; Schroder, Ivan; Scott, Russell L.; Sedlak, Pavel; Serrano-Ortiz, Penelope; Shao, Changliang; Shi, Peili; Shironya, Ivan; Siebicke, Lukas; Sigut, Ladislav; Silberstein, Richard; Sirca, Costantino; Spano, Donatella; Steinbrecher, Rainer; Stevens, Robert M.; Sturtevant, Cove; Suyker, Andy; Tagesson, Torbern; Takanashi, Satoru; Tang, Yanhong; Tapper, Nigel; Thom, Jonathan; Tiedemann, Frank; Tomassucci, Michele; Tuovinen, Juha-Pekka; Urbanski, Shawn; Valentini, Riccardo; van der Molen, Michiel; van Gorsel, Eva; van Huissteden, Ko; Varlagin, Andrej; Verfaillie, Joseph; Vesala, Timo; Vincke, Caroline; Vitale, Domenico; Vygodskaya, Natalia; Walker, Jeffrey P.; Walter-Shea, Elizabeth; Wang, Huimin; Weber, Robin; Westermann, Sebastian; Wille, Christian; Wofsy, Steven; Wohlfahrt, Georg; Wolf, Sebastian; Woodgate, William; Li, Yuelin; Zampedri, Roberto; Zhang, Junhui; Zhou, Guoyi; Zona, Donatella; Agarwal, Deb; Biraud, Sebastien; Torn, Margaret; Papale, Dario (2020)
    The FLUXNET2015 dataset provides ecosystem-scale data on CO2, water, and energy exchange between the biosphere and the atmosphere, and other meteorological and biological measurements, from 212 sites around the globe (over 1500 site-years, up to and including year 2014). These sites, independently managed and operated, voluntarily contributed their data to create global datasets. Data were quality controlled and processed using uniform methods, to improve consistency and intercomparability across sites. The dataset is already being used in a number of applications, including ecophysiology studies, remote sensing studies, and development of ecosystem and Earth system models. FLUXNET2015 includes derived-data products, such as gap-filled time series, ecosystem respiration and photosynthetic uptake estimates, estimation of uncertainties, and metadata about the measurements, presented for the first time in this paper. In addition, 206 of these sites are for the first time distributed under a Creative Commons (CC-BY 4.0) license. This paper details this enhanced dataset and the processing methods, now made available as open-source codes, making the dataset more accessible, transparent, and reproducible.
  • Neupane, Subas; Lallukka, Tea; Pietiläinen, Olli; Rahkonen, Ossi; Leino-Arjas, Päivi (2020)
    Objectives We examined developmental trajectories of multisite musculoskeletal pain in midlife, and their associations with mental well-being. Methods Midlife municipal employees at baseline aged 40, 45, 50, 55 or 60 years (80% women) from the City of Helsinki, Finland, responded to a baseline questionnaire in 2000-02 (N = 8,960; response rate 67%) and follow-ups in 2007 (N = 7,332; 83%) and 2012 (N = 6,809; 78%). Trajectories of the number of pain sites (0-4) were modelled using latent class growth analysis (n = 6,527). Common mental disorders were assessed by the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) 12-item version (trichotomized to low, intermediate or high). Information on health-related behaviour, comorbidity and socioeconomic position was obtained from the questionnaire. Associations of baseline factors with pain trajectories were assessed by multinomial logistic regression. Results We identified four distinct pain trajectories: high (15%), increasing (24%), decreasing (20%) and low (41%). After an initial increase, the high and increasing trajectories stabilized at around 2.5 and 1.5 pain sites respectively. In a multivariable model, high, increasing and decreasing trajectories of pain sites were associated with higher baseline GHQ scores. The association was strongest for the high trajectory (low GHQ: OR 3.7, 95% CI 2.8-4.9; high GHQ: OR 5.4, 95% 4.4-6.6). Trajectory membership also associated with unhealthy behaviours, musculoskeletal comorbidities and a low socioeconomic position at baseline. Average GHQ was consistently highest for the high pain trajectory and decreased in the decreasing trajectory over the follow-up. Conclusions Multisite musculoskeletal pain shows variable developmental patterns among midlife employees. The trajectories are associated with the level of common mental disorders. Significance Four developmental trajectories of multisite pain in midlife were described over 10-12 years of follow-up: low (41% of the sample), increasing (24%), high (15%) and decreasing (20%). Common mental disorders strongly associated with these. Belonging to the highest tertile of mental disorders at baseline increased the risk of membership in the high trajectory more than fivefold. On the other hand, together with a decrease in mental disorders, the number of pain sites decreased to zero.
  • Charitsis, Vassilis; Fyrberg Yngfalk, Anna; Skålén, Per (2019)
    While previous critical marketing research on co-creation has focused on how consumers' cognitive and social abilities are governed, this article focuses on how firms' marketing strategies attempt to govern every aspect of consumers' lives. By drawing on a biopolitical framework and a study of Nike+, a marketing system for runners which Nike has developed around its self-tracking devices, three biopolitical marketing dimensions were identified: the gamification of the running experience, the transformation of running into a competitive activity and the conversion of running into a social activity. In identifying these marketing dimensions, the study demonstrates how self-tracking affordances are deployed in the development of a biopolitical marketing environment that tames, captures and appropriates value from different aspects of consumers' lives, including - and combining - their social behaviours, cognitive capacities and bodily conducts. This article contributes to critical studies of value co-creation by focusing on the tamed self-tracking body as a resource for value creation, but also by demonstrating that consumers engage, through cognitive labour, in the production of the biopolitical environment that leads to their exploitation.