Danica L. Lombardozzi

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Earth System Models typically use static responses to temperature to calculate photosynthesis and respiration, but experimental evidence suggests that many plants acclimate to prevailing temperatures. We incorporated representations of photosynthetic and leaf respiratory temperature acclimation into the Community Land Model, the terrestrial component of the(More)
Industrialization has significantly altered atmospheric chemistry by increasing concentrations of chemicals such as nitrogen oxides (NO x ) and volatile organic carbon, which react in the presence of sunlight to produce tropospheric ozone (O3). Ozone is a powerful oxidant that causes both visual and physiological damage to plants, impairing the ability of(More)
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