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Isoprene

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Isoprene


Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.

Summary


* -- The Three Major Determinants of Terrestrial Isoprene Emissions

* -- The Future of Forest Isoprene Emissions

* -- Trying to Understand Interactions Among Isoprene, Ozone and Methane within the Context of Rising Air Temperatures and CO2 Concentrations

* -- Foliar Isoprene Emissions: Now and in the Future

* -- Isoprene Emissions from Trembling Aspen Leaves

* -- Isoprene vs. Ozone in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer Europe

* -- Isoprene Emissions from Vegetation in a CO2-Acreting Atmosphere: Observations vs. Models

Effects of CO2 and Drought on Isoprene Emissions from Agriforest Cottonwood Plantations

Extending the CO2 Dependency of Isoprene Emission by Vegetation from Current-and-Above to Pre-Industrial and Glacial CO2 Concentrations

Isoprene Emissions from English Oak Trees

CO2 Effects on Isoprenoid Emissions from Oak Trees Growing in a Water-Stressed Environment

Isoprene Emissions from Hybrid Poplars Exposed to Elevated Concentrations of Atmospheric CO2

Effect of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Isoprene Emissions from a Globally Ubiquitous Grass

BVOC Emissions from a Southern California Chaparral Ecosystem Exposed to CO2-Erniched Air

Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions May Reduce Tropospheric Ozone and Methane Concentrations, Providing Multiple Benefits to the Biosphere

Influence of Elevated CO2 Concentrations on Oak Isoprene Emissions