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Hurricane Disturbance and Recovery of Energy Balance, CO2 Fluxes and Canopy Structure in a Mangrove Forest of the Florida Everglades

Table 5 Annual total (±90% C.I.) of daytime-only (-sum symbolNEEday), nighttime-only (sum symbolNEEnt), and daytime plus nighttime 24-h (-sum symbolNEEtot) net ecosystem CO2 exchange.
Year -sum symbolNEEday
(g C m-2)
sum symbolNEEnt
(g C m-2)
-sum symbolNEEtot
(g C m-2)
2004 1821 ± 30 656 ± 41 1172 ± 64
2005a 1753 ± 32 575 ± 34 1176 ± 66
2007 1631 ± 49 810 ± 44 823 ± 84
2008 1562 ± 28 752 ± 38 806 ± 66
2009 1644 ± 21 713 ± 34 926 ± 70
a January-August 2005 data collected before Hurricane Wilma. Annual 2005 values were calculated by multiplying September-December 2004 sum symbolNEE values by the ratio of January-August 2005 sum symbolNEE to January-August 2004 sum symbolNEE and adding the result to January-August 2005 sum symbolNEE.



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