Lagged effects of experimental warming and doubled precipitation on annual and seasonal aboveground biomass production in a tallgrass prairie

@inproceedings{AASHERR2008LaggedEO,
  title={Lagged effects of experimental warming and doubled precipitation on annual and seasonal aboveground biomass production in a tallgrass prairie},
  author={Y AASHERR and G ENSHENGWEN and N JOH and D A L A A R N O N E I I I W and Z EWJOHNSON and Danilova Av and L ESSCHIME and L I N D L S V E R B U R G W and Agnieszka Wa and O YIQILU},
  year={2008}
}
  • A A S H E R R Y, E N S H E N G W E N G, +7 authors Y I Q I L U O
  • Published 2008
Global climate change is expected to result in a greater frequency of extreme weather, which can cause lag effects on aboveground net primary production (ANPP). However, our understanding of lag effects is limited. To explore lag effects following extreme weather, we applied four treatments (control, doubled precipitation, 4 1C warming, and warming plus doubled precipitation) for 1 year in a randomized block design and monitored changes in ecosystem processes for 3 years in an old-field… CONTINUE READING

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