Leaf optical properties in Liriodendrontulipifera and Pinusstrobus as influenced by increased atmospheric ozone and carbon dioxide

@inproceedings{Carter1995LeafOP,
  title={Leaf optical properties in Liriodendrontulipifera and Pinusstrobus as influenced by increased atmospheric ozone and carbon dioxide},
  author={Gregory A. Carter and Joanne Rebbeck and Kevin E. Percy},
  year={1995}
}
Seedlings of Liriodendrontulipifera L. and PinusstrobusL. were grown in open-top chambers in the field to determine leaf optical responses to increased ozone (O3) or O3 and carbon dioxide (CO2). In both species, seedlings were exposed to charcoal-filtered air, air with 1.3 times ambient O3 concentrations (1.3×), or air with 1.3 times ambient O3 and 700 μL•L−1 CO2 (1.3× + CO2). Exposure to 1.3× increased reflectance in the 633–697 nm range in L. tulipifera. Also, 1.3× decreased transmittance… CONTINUE READING

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