Prof. Monique Leclerc
Biogeosciences Program

University of Georgia, USA

Regents Professor

Environment Science Department

Peking Univercity, China

Honorary Professor

Department of Agronomy

Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Honorary Professor



1987 Ph.D., University of Guelph, Micrometeorology

Publications (Selected)

  1. Yuan, W., Y. Luo, X. Li, S. Liu, G. Yu, T. Zhou, M. Bahn, A. Black, A. D. Richardson, A. R. Desai, A. Cescatti, B. Marcolla, C. Jacobs, J. Chen, M. Aurela, C. Bernhofer, B. Gielen, G. Bohrer, D. R. Cook, D. Dragoni, A. L. Dunn, D. Gianelle, T. Grünwald, A. Ibrom, M. Y. Leclerc, A. Lindroth, H. Liu, L. B. Marchesini, L. Montagnani, M. Rodeghiero, A. Rodrigues, G. Starr, and P. C. Stoy(2011),  Redefinition and global estimation of basal ecosystem respiration rate, Global Biogeochem. Cycles,doi:10.1029/2010GB003915.
  2. Sogachev, A. and M.Y. Leclerc. 2011. On the spatial scale of concentration and flux measurements in the presence of nocturnal low-level jet. Special Issue on Int. Conf. on Atmospheric Transport and Chemsitry in Forest Canopies (Invited), Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.151(6): 755-764.
  3. Werth D., M. Parker, N.L. Dias, G. Zhang, M. Fischer, B. Kurzeja, M.Y. Leclerc. 2011. The Simulation  of the Southern Great Plains Nocturnal Boundary Layer and the Low-Level Jet with a High-Resolution Meso-Scale Atmospheric Model. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Vol. 50, No. 7 pp. 1497-1513.
  4. Zhang G., M.Y. Leclerc, A. Karipot, H. Duarte, E. Mursch-Radlgruber, H.L. Gholz. 2011. The impact of logging on the surrounding flow in a managed plantation. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. DOI: 10.1007/s00704-011-0446-4.
  5. Zhang, G., M. Y. Leclerc, and A. Karipot. 2010. Local flux-profile relationships of wind speed and  temperature in a canopy layer in atmospheric stable conditions. Biogeosciences, 7, 3625-3633.
  6. Pingintha N., M. Y. Leclerc, J. P. Beasley Jr., G. Zhang, C. Senthong. 2010. Hysteresis Response of Daytime Net Ecosystem CO2 Exchange during a Drought. Biogeosciences. Vol. 7, No.3 pp. 1159-1170.
  7. Pingintha N., M.Y. Leclerc, J.P. Beasley Jr., G. Zhang, and C. Senthong. 2009. 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. Tellus B, Vol. 62B, pp. 47-58.
  8. Karipot A., M. Y. Leclerc, and G. Zhang. 2009. Climatology of the nocturnal low-level jets observed over north Florida. Monthly Weather Review, Vol. 137, No. 8. pp. 2605- 2621.
  9. Pingintha, N., M. Y. Leclerc, J. P. Beasley Jr., G. Zhang, C. Senthong, and D. Rowland.  2009.
  10. Hysteresis response of daytime net ecosystem CO2 exchange during a drought.Biogeosciences Discuss., 6, 10707-10735.
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