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Interactive Effects of CO2 and Ozone on Birch Trees

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

Growth Response to CO2 with Other Variables (Ozone -- Tree Species: Birch)
Ozone (Effects on Plants: Tree Species: Birch)


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


Does Too Little Nitrogen and Too Much Ozone Cancel the Benefits of the Aerial Fertilization Effect of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment?

CO2 and O3 Effects on Two Silver Birch Clones in Finland

Young Forest Stands Exposed to Elevated CO2 and Ozone: The Importance of Long-Term Studies

Water Relations of Aspen and Aspen-Birch Forests Exposed to Elevated CO2 and Ozone

Wood Responses to Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Ozone Concentrations in Trembling Aspen and Paper Birch Trees

Reproductive Responses of Paper Birch Trees to Elevated CO2 and O3 Concentrations

Carbon Dioxide vs. Ozone Effects in Birch and Aspen Trees

Effects of Elevated CO2 and O3 on the Reproductive Fitness of Paper Birch Trees

CO2, Stem Starch Content and the Freezing Tolerance of Trees

The Competing Effects of Rising Atmospheric CO2 and O3 Concentrations

Effects of Elevated CO2 and O3 on Phenolic Compounds in Birch Leaves

Some Biological and Climatic Consequences of CO2 and O3 Effects on the Foliar Chemistry of Birch and Aspen Trees

Doubling Atmospheric Ozone and CO2 Concentrations: Effects on Silver Birch Tree Growth

Elevated CO2 vs. O3-Induced Stress in Aspen and Birch Trees

Response of Silver Birch Trees to Elevated CO2 and Ozone

Competing Influences of Elevated CO2 and Ozone on Canopy Crown Structure in Silver Birch

Elevated CO2 Fights Negative Effects of Ozone on Aspen and Birch Trees

Effects of Elevated CO2 and O3 on Belowground Carbon Cycling in Aspen and Birch Stands