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Re-assessment of plant carbon dynamics at the Duke free-air CO2 enrichment site: interactions of atmospheric [CO2] with nitrogen and water availability over stand developmentAuthor(s): Heather R. McCarthy; Ram Oren; Kurt H Johnsen; Anne Gallet-Budynek; Seth G. Pritchard; Charles W Cook; Shannon L. LaDeau; Robert B. Jackson; Adrien C. Finzi
Source: New Phytologist, Vol. 185: 514-528
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe potential for elevated [CO2]-induced changes to plant carbon (C) storage, through modifications in plant production and allocation of C among plant pools, is an important source of uncertainty when predicting future forest function. Utilizing 10 yr of data from the Duke free-air CO2 enrichment site, we evaluated the dynamics and distribution of plant C.
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CitationMcCarthy, Heather R.; Oren, Ram; Johnsen, Kurt H; Gallet-Budynek, Anne; Pritchard, Seth G.; Cook, Charles W; LaDeau, Shannon L.; Jackson, Robert B.; Finzi, Adrien C. 2010. Re-assessment of plant carbon dynamics at the Duke free-air CO2 enrichment site: interactions of atmospheric [CO2] with nitrogen and water availability over stand development. New Phytologist, Vol. 185: 514-528
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