A new paradigm of quantifying ecosystem stress through chemical signatures

Stress-induced emissions of biogenic volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from terrestrial ecosystems may be one of the dominant sources of VOC emissions worldwide. Understanding the ecosystem stress response could reveal how ecosystems will respond and adapt to climate change and, in turn, quantify changes in the atmospheric burden of VOC oxidants and secondary organic aerosols. Here, we argue, based on preliminary evidence from several opportunistic measurement sources, that chemical signatures of stress can be identified and quantified at the ecosystem scale. We also outline future endeavors that we see as next steps toward uncovering quantitative signatures of stress, including new advances in both VOC data collection and analysis of "big data."

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Author Kravitz, Ben
Guenther, Alex B.
Gu, Lianhong
Karl, Thomas
Kaser, Lisa
Pallardy, Stephen G.
Peñuelas, Josep
Potosnak, Mark J.
Seco, Roger
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Suggested Citation Kravitz, Ben, Guenther, Alex B., Gu, Lianhong, Karl, Thomas, Kaser, Lisa, Pallardy, Stephen G., Peñuelas, Josep, Potosnak, Mark J., Seco, Roger. (2016). A new paradigm of quantifying ecosystem stress through chemical signatures. UCAR/NCAR - Library. http://n2t.net/ark:/85065/d7862j76. Accessed 21 May 2024.

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