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Most studies on the effects of elevated CO2 have focused on the effects on plant growth and ecosystem processes. Fewer...
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We report changes in nitrogen cycling in Florida scrub oak in response to elevated atmospheric CO2 during the first 14 months...
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The effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration (Ca) on the aboveground biomass of three oak species, Quercus myrtifolia, Q. geminata,...
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Leaf conductance often decreases in response to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration (Ca) potentially leading to changes in hydrology. We describe...
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Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide (Ca) usually reduces stomatal conductance, but the effects on plant transpiration in the field are not...
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Elevated carbon dioxide (CO2) caused greater accumulation of carbon (C) and nutrients in both vegetation and O horizons over a...
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Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (Ca), a product of fossil fuel burning, land-use change, and cement manufacture, is expected to cause...
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Experimentally increasing atmospheric CO2 often stimulates plant growth and ecosystem carbon (C) uptake. Biogeochemical theory predicts that these initial responses...
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Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) often stimulates the growth of fine roots, yet there are few reports of responses of...
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Elevated CO2 can increase fine root biomass but responses of fine roots to exposure to increased CO2 over many years...
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