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Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants - Pine Trees: Loblolly)

Material in this section originates from the following categories in our Subject Index:

Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants - Pine Trees: Loblolly)
Trees (Long-Term Studies - Woody Plants: Pine Trees, Loblolly)


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


* -- Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in CO2-Enriched Forests

* -- Net Primary Productivity at the Duke Forest FACE Facility

The Duke Forest FACE Experiment at the Twelve-Year Point of Its Continuance

The Long-Term Response of Forests to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment

Fine-Roots of Loblolly Pines in the Duke Forest FACE Study

Eight Years of Free-Air CO2 Enrichment of Loblolly Pines

Loblolly Pine Trees: Coming of Age in CO2-Enriched Air

Six Years of Soil Carbon Dynamics in the Duke Forest FACE Study

Photosynthetic Acclimation After Six Years of Free-Air CO2 Enrichment of a Loblolly Pine Forest

Duke Forest Trees Exposed to Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Continue to Sop Up Carbon at Greatly Enhanced Rates

Will Insufficient Soil Nitrogen Limit Duke Forest's Ability to Continue to Positively Respond to Elevated Atmospheric CO2?

The Sustainability of Carbon Sequestration by Earth's Forests in a CO2-Accreting Atmosphere

Long-Term Effects of Elevated CO2 on a Loblolly Pine Ecosystem

Effects of Four Years of Elevated CO2 on Loblolly Pine Seedlings: Photosynthetic Rates and Biomass Production

Loblolly Pines Race to Reproduce Under Elevated CO2

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Wood Properties and Ring Width of Pine