Modeling forest ecosystem responses to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone using artificial neural networks.

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Rising atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide and ozone will impact productivity and carbon sequestration in forest ecosystems. The scale of this process and the potential economic consequences provide an incentive for the development of models to predict the types and rates of ecosystem responses and feedbacks that result from and influence of climate change… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2014.05.047

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@article{Larsen2014ModelingFE, title={Modeling forest ecosystem responses to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone using artificial neural networks.}, author={Peter E. Larsen and Leland J. Cseke and R Michael Miller and Frank Collart}, journal={Journal of theoretical biology}, year={2014}, volume={359}, pages={61-71} }