Reply to comment on "Appropriate experimental ecosystem warming methods by ecosystem, objective, and practicality” by Aronson and McNultyAuthor(s): Emma L. Aronson; Steven G. McNulty
Source: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150:499-500.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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The letter by Amthor et al. (in this issue) on our paper (Aronson and McNulty, 2009) raised some interesting questions and noted an error in our original text. In Aronson and McNulty (2009), we misstated that anthropogenic-induced global warming would result from increased infrared radiation (IR), when the sentence should have read increased convection and conduction. The authors do not believe that increased greenhouse gas emissions will increase solar radiation output, or significantly increase IR to the Earth’s surface. We thank Amthor et al. for that correction.
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CitationAronson, Emma L.; McNulty, Steven G. 2010. Appropriate experimental ecosystem warming methods by ecosystem, objective, and practicality”. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150:499-500.
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