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Rising atmospheric CO2 concentration may change the isotopic signature of plant N by altering plant and microbial processes involved in the N cycle. CO2 may increase leaf δ15N by increasing plant community productivity, C input to soil, and, ultimately, microbial mineralization of old, 15N-enriched organic matter. We predicted that CO2 would increase(More)
2 Acknowledgments Above all else, my thesis is a testament of the support of so many people in my life. First and foremost, I am grateful for the advice and support of my dissertation committee: John Core (co-chair), Rodrigo Verdi, and Joe Weber (co-chair). It is difficult to overstate my gratitude to them for the enormous amount of time that they spent in(More)
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