Diurnal and Seasonal Solar Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Photosynthesis in a Boreal Scots Pine Canopy

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Nichol , C J , Drolet , G , Porcar-Castell , A , Wade , T , Sabater , N , Middleton , E M , MacLellan , C , Levula , J , Mammarella , I , Vesala , T & Atherton , J 2019 , ' Diurnal and Seasonal Solar Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Photosynthesis in a Boreal Scots Pine Canopy ' , Remote Sensing , vol. 11 , no. 3 , 273 . https://doi.org/10.3390/rs11030273

Title: Diurnal and Seasonal Solar Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Photosynthesis in a Boreal Scots Pine Canopy
Author: Nichol, Caroline J.; Drolet, Guillaume; Porcar-Castell, Albert; Wade, Tom; Sabater, Neus; Middleton, Elizabeth M.; MacLellan, Chris; Levula, Janne; Mammarella, Ivan; Vesala, Timo; Atherton, Jon
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Viikki Plant Science Centre (ViPS)
University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR)
University of Helsinki, INAR Physics
University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR)
University of Helsinki, Forest Ecology and Management
Date: 2019-02-01
Language: eng
Number of pages: 22
Belongs to series: Remote Sensing
ISSN: 2072-4292
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/302782
Abstract: Solar induced chlorophyll fluorescence has been shown to be increasingly an useful proxy for the estimation of gross primary productivity (GPP), at a range of spatial scales. Here, we explore the seasonality in a continuous time series of canopy solar induced fluorescence (hereafter SiF) and its relation to canopy gross primary production (GPP), canopy light use efficiency (LUE), and direct estimates of leaf level photochemical efficiency in an evergreen canopy. SiF was calculated using infilling in two bands from the incoming and reflected radiance using a pair of Ocean Optics USB2000+ spectrometers operated in a dual field of view mode, sampling at a 30 min time step using custom written automated software, from early spring through until autumn in 2011. The optical system was mounted on a tower of 18 m height adjacent to an eddy covariance system, to observe a boreal forest ecosystem dominated by Scots pine. (Pinus sylvestris) A Walz MONITORING-PAM, multi fluorimeter system, was simultaneously mounted within the canopy adjacent to the footprint sampled by the optical system. Following correction of the SiF data for O-2 and structural effects, SiF, SiF yield, LUE, the photochemicsl reflectance index (PRI), and the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) exhibited a seasonal pattern that followed GPP sampled by the eddy covariance system. Due to the complexities of solar azimuth and zenith angle (SZA) over the season on the SiF signal, correlations between SiF, SiF yield, GPP, and LUE were assessed on SZA <50 degrees and under strictly clear sky conditions. Correlations found, even under these screened scenarios, resulted around similar to r(2) = 0.3. The diurnal responses of SiF, SiF yield, PAM estimates of effective quantum yield (Delta F/Delta F-m(')), and meteorological parameters demonstrated some agreement over the diurnal cycle. The challenges inherent in SiF retrievals in boreal evergreen ecosystems are discussed.
Subject: solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SiF)
seasonal dynamics
photosynthetic efficiency
proximal remote sensing
coniferous forest
gross primary productivity (GPP)
light-use efficiency (LUE)
Fraunhofer Line Discriminator (FLD)
flux tower
GROSS PRIMARY PRODUCTION
PHOTOCHEMICAL REFLECTANCE INDEX
SUN-INDUCED FLUORESCENCE
LIGHT-USE EFFICIENCY
PHOTOSYSTEM-II
WATER-STRESS
TEMPERATURE
FIELD
RETRIEVAL
SPECTROMETER
4112 Forestry
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