Productivity and compensatory responses of yellow-poplar trees in elevated C02

  title={Productivity and compensatory responses of yellow-poplar trees in elevated C02},
  author={Richard J. Norby and Carla A. Gunderson and Stan D. Wullschleger and Ed O'Neill and Mary K. McCracken},
INCREASED forest growth in response to globally rising CO2 concentrations could provide an additional sink for the excess carbon added to the atmosphere from fossil fuels1,2. The response of trees to increased CO2, however, can be expected to be modified by the interactions of other environmental resources and stresses, higher-order ecological interactions and internal feedbacks inherent in the growth of large, perennial organisms3,4. To test whether short-term stimulation of tree growth by… CONTINUE READING
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