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Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants - General)

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Long-Term Studies (Woody Plants: General)
Trees (Long-Term Studies: Woody Plants -- General)

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 Growth Response of Aspen Trees to Soil CO2 Enrichment

* -- 165 Years of Mangrove Tree Responses to Rising Atmospheric CO2

* -- Long-Term CO2-Enrichment of Mature Deciduous Forest Trees

* -- Spring Leaf Flush in Aspen Trees

* -- Within-Species Genetic Differences in Quaking Aspen and Their Responses to Elevated CO2

* -- An About-Face for FACE?

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

* -- Carbon Dioxide vs. Ozone Effects in Birch and Aspen Trees

* -- Progressive Nitrogen Limitation after Eight Years of CO2 Enrichment of Young Aspen and Birch Trees

* -- Acquisition of Soil Nitrogen by Different Tree Genotypes and Species Growing in Mixed Stands

* -- Aggrading Ecosystems Require More Nitrogen ... and Find It

* -- Another Strike Against the Progressive Nitrogen Limitation Hypothesis

* -- Has the Historical Rise in the Air's CO2 Content Stimulated Tree Growth Over the Past Century?

* -- Carbon Sequestration in the Soil of a Short-Rotation Poplar Plantation Exposed to Elevated Atmospheric CO2

* -- Long-Term Leaf Responses of Populus Species to Elevated CO2

* -- Old-Growth Forests: Can They Still Sequester Significant Amounts of Carbon?

* -- Does Soil Nitrogen Availability Limit Ecosystem Productivity Response to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment?

Updating the World’s Longest Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment Experiment

Carbon Sequestration in the Coterminous United States

Long-term Response of Trees to Elevated CO2