Sub-canopy deposition of ozone in a stand of cutleaf coneflower.

  title={Sub-canopy deposition of ozone in a stand of cutleaf coneflower.},
  author={Peter L. Finkelstein and Alan W. Davison and Howard S. Neufeld and Tilden P. Meyers and Arthur H. Chappelka},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  volume={131 2},
Although there has been a great deal of research on ozone, interest in exposure of native, herbaceous species is relatively recent and it is still not clear what role the pollutant has in their ecological fitness. The ozone exposure of a plant is usually expressed in terms of the concentration above the canopy or as a time-weighted index. However, to understand the physiological effects of ozone it is necessary to quantify the ozone flux to individual leaves as they develop, which requires… CONTINUE READING
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