How does rising atmospheric CO2 affect marine organisms?

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Marsh Plants

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.


* -- The Interactive Effects of Elevated CO2 and Nitrogen Addition on a Brackish Tidal Marsh

* -- Elevated CO2 Helps Alleviate the Challenge of Rising Seas for Salt Marshes

* -- The Productivity and Resilience of Plants in an Accreting Lake Delta

* -- Elevated CO2 to the Salt Marsh Rescue!

* -- Natural pH Fluctuations in a Coastal Environment

* -- Elevated CO2 Simulates the Oxygen Production of Marsh Plants to the Benefit of Estuarine Heterotrophs

* -- The World's Longest Ecosystem CO2 Enrichment Study

* -- Salt Marshes of the Tagus Estuary: Doomed by Rising Sea Levels?

* -- Global Warming, Graminoid Grasses, and the Grazing Geese of Greenland

* -- How Would U.S. Salt Marshes Respond to CO2-Induced Warming?

* -- Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment of a C4 Halophyte

* -- The Response of Coastal Marshes to Global Warming

* -- The Fate of Coastal Wetlands in a Warming and CO2-Accreting Atmosphere

Nearly Two Decades of CO2 Enrichment of Plants in a Chesapeake Bay Tidal Wetland

Seventeen Years of CO2 Enrichment of a Wetland Sedge Community

Carbon Sequestration by Coastal Marshes

Will Lack of Nitrogen Limit the Ability of Earth's Forests, Shrublands and Grasslands to Slow the Rate of Rise of the Air's CO2 Content?

What Should Be Done About the Excess Nitrogen Fertilizer That Is Claimed to be Wreaking Havoc with Earth's Forests?

CO2 Assimilation by a Wetland Sedge

Rising Seas Trigger Carbon Sequestration in Tidal Marshes

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Nitrogen Fixation in Wetland Plants