Monique Y. Leclerc
Monique Y. Leclerc
Regents Professor, University of Georgia
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Footprint prediction of scalar fluxes from analytical solutions of the diffusion equation
PH Schuepp, MY Leclerc, JI MacPherson, RL Desjardins
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 50 (1-4), 355-373, 1990
Footprint prediction of scalar fluxes using a Markovian analysis
MY Leclerc, GW Thurtell
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 52, 247-258, 1990
Spatial and temporal variability in forest–atmosphere CO2 exchange
DY Hollinger, J Aber, B Dail, EA Davidson, SM Goltz, H Hughes, ...
Global Change Biology 10 (10), 1689-1706, 2004
Flux and concentration footprint modelling: State of the art
T Vesala, N Kljun, Ü Rannik, J Rinne, A Sogachev, T Markkanen, ...
Environmental Pollution 152 (3), 653-666, 2008
Results of a panel discussion about the energy balance closure correction for trace gases
T Foken, M Aubinet, JJ Finnigan, MY Leclerc, M Mauder, KT Paw U
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 92 (4), ES13-ES18, 2011
Methods and limitations in validation of footprint models
T Foken, MY Leclerc
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 127 (3-4), 223-234, 2004
Observations and large‐eddy simulation modeling of footprints in the lower convective boundary layer
MY Leclerc, S Shen, B Lamb
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 102 (D8), 9323-9334, 1997
Upscaling fluxes from tower to landscape: Overlaying flux footprints on high-resolution (IKONOS) images of vegetation cover
J Kim, Q Guo, DD Baldocchi, MY Leclerc, L Xu, HP Schmid
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 136 (3-4), 132-146, 2006
Experimental evaluation of analytical and Lagrangian surface-layer flux footprint models
D Finn, B Lamb, MY Leclerc, TW Horst
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 80, 283-308, 1996
How large must surface inhomogeneities be before they influence the convective boundary layer structure? A case study
S Shen, MY Leclerc
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 121 (526), 1209-1228, 1995
Footprints in micrometeorology and ecology
MY Leclerc, T Foken
Springer, 2014
Estimating nocturnal ecosystem respiration from the vertical turbulent flux and change in storage of CO2
E van Gorsel, N Delpierre, R Leuning, A Black, JW Munger, S Wofsy, ...
Agricultural and forest meteorology 149 (11), 1919-1930, 2009
Modelling the turbulence structure in the canopy layer
S Shen, MY Leclerc
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 87 (1), 3-25, 1997
Assessment of the soil CO2 gradient method for soil CO2 efflux measurements: comparison of six models in the calculation of the relative gas diffusion coefficient
N Pingintha, M Leclerc, J Beasley, G Zhang, C Senthong
Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology 62 (1), 47-58, 2010
Consistent two-equation closure modelling for atmospheric research: buoyancy and vegetation implementations
A Sogachev, M Kelly, MY Leclerc
Boundary-layer meteorology 145 (2), 307-327, 2012
The influence of atmospheric stability on the budgets of the Reynolds stress and turbulent kinetic energy within and above a deciduous forest
MY Leclerc, KC Beissner, RH Shaw, G Den Hartog, HH Neumann
Journal of Applied Meteorology (1988-2005), 916-933, 1990
Footprint considerations in BOREAS
SK Kaharabata, PH Schuepp, S Ogunjemiyo, S Shen, MY Leclerc, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 102 (D24), 29113-29124, 1997
Global parameterization and validation of a two‐leaf light use efficiency model for predicting gross primary production across FLUXNET sites
Y Zhou, X Wu, W Ju, JM Chen, S Wang, H Wang, W Yuan, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121 (4), 1045-1072, 2016
Impact of non-local advection on flux footprints over a tall forest canopy: a tracer flux experiment
MY Leclerc, A Karipot, T Prabha, G Allwine, B Lamb, HL Gholz
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 115 (1-2), 19-30, 2003
Footprint analysis
Ü Rannik, A Sogachev, T Foken, M Göckede, N Kljun, MY Leclerc, ...
Eddy covariance: A Practical Guide to measurement and data analysis, 211-261, 2012
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