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Poster Session #11: Elevated CO2.
Monday, August 6, 2001. Presentation from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM. Exhibition Hall
86. Searles, Peter1, Smart, David1, Bloom, Arnold1, 1 The response of nitrate assimilation to elevated CO2 in wheat shoots over a range of photon flux densities.
87. Billings, Sharon1, Schaeffer, Sean1, Charlet, Terri2, Zitzer, Stephen 3, Smith, Stanley2, Evans, R. Dave1, 1 2 3 Perturbations to nitrogen cycling in response to elevated CO2 in an intact Mojave desert ecosystem.
88. ZERIHUN, AYALSEW1, BASSIRIRAD, HORMOZ2, 1 2 Growth, nitrogen uptake and allocation responses of six temperate tree species to elevated CO2 .
89. Silim, Salim1, BassiriRad, Hormoz 1, 1 Utilization of amino acids by tree seedlings and its potential influence on growth responses to elevated CO2.
90. KRUGER, ERIC1, MCDONALD, EVAN 2, ERICKSON, JOHN1, 1 2 Does a decrease in transpiration mediate N deprivation in trees exposed to elevated CO2?
91. McDonald, Evan1, Kruger, Eric2, Isebrands, Jud1, 1 2 Light and nitrogen use efficiencies for temperate hardwood stands exposed to elevated CO2 and O3.
92. Wang, Xianzhong1, Curtis, Peter2, Griffin, Kevin1, 1 2 Respiratory carbon loss will increase at elevated atmospheric CO2: A meta-analysis.
93. Nowak, Robert1, Zitzer, Stephen1, Babcock, Derek2, Smith, Stanley3, 1 2 3 Elevated CO2 does not conserve soil moisture in the Mojave Desert.
94. Wells, Christina 1, Pataki, Diane2, Schorran, David3, Cheng, Weixin4, Cogar, Crystal 1, Nowak, Robert1, 1 2 3 4 Increased soil respiration under elevated CO2 at the Nevada Desert FACE Facility.
95. Johnsen, Kurt1, Butnor, John1, Maier, Chris1, Murthy, Rameesh2, 1 2 Carbon dioxide efflux from stems and soil during a cottonwood dry-down experiment under low and high atmospheric CO2.
96. Qian, Yonghai1, Oechel, Walter1, Hastings, Steve1, Bryant, Pablo1, 1 The effect of elevated CO2 on Chamise chaparral photosynthesis using FACE technology.
97. SHOLTIS, JOHNNA1, GUNDERSON, CARLA2, NORBY, RICHARD2, TISSUE, DAVID1, 1 2 Effects of canopy position on photosynthetic response of sweetgum leaves to free-air CO2 enrichment.
98. Herrick, Jeffrey1, Maherali, Hafiz2, Thomas, Richard1, 1 2 Stomatal conductance and stomatal limitation of photosynthesis in overstory sweetgum trees during four years CO2 enrichment at the Duke Forest FACE experiment.
99. Sipe, Timothy1, McClaugherty, Charles2, Bowden, Richard3, 1 2 3 The effects of nearground enriched carbon dioxide on photosynthesis in forests with different land use legacies.
100. Lewis, James1, Wang, Xianzhong2, Griffin, Kevin2, Tissue, David3, 1 2 3 Interactive effects of plant age and elevated CO2 partial pressures on reproductive allocation in a developmentally-determinate plant.
101. Lee, Tali1, Tjoelker, Mark2, Ellsworth, David3, Reich, Peter1, 1 2 3 Leaf gas exchange responses of 13 grassland species to elevated CO2 and increased N supply.
102. Babcock, Derek1, Zitzer, Stephen2, Coleman, James3, Seemann, Jeffery 2, Smith, Stanley4, 1 2 3 4 Canopy and biomass responses of native undisturbed Mojave Desert shrubs to multiple years of exposure to elevated CO2 using FACE technology.
103. REID, CHANTAL1, MAHERALI, HAFIZ1, JACKSON, ROB1, JOHNSON, HYRUM2, POLLEY, WAYNE2, 1 2 Effects of a 4-year exposure to pre-industrial and elevated CO2 on stomatal characters of C3 and C4 species.
104. MOORE, LISA1, 2, FIELD, CHRISTOPHER2, 1 2 The effect of elevated CO2 on belowground pattern and process in California annual grasslands.
105. Körner, Christian1, Pepin, Steeve1, 1 Web-FACE: A 35 m tall natural deciduous forest under CO2-enrichment.
106. CHENG*, YUFU1, OECHEL, WALTER1, BRYANT, PABLO1, HASTINGS, STEVE1, MAJOR, JOHN1, QIAN, YONGHAI1, 1 Ecosystem carbon flux under elevated CO2 by FACE technique in southern California chaparral.
107. PETERSON, ANDREW1, GRIFFIN, KEVIN1, 1 Effects of elevated CO2 and future climate on mechanisms of species coexistence in plant communities.
108. Koerner, Brenda1, Klopatek, Jeffrey 1, Lee, Sang-Mi2,3, Fernando, H.2,3, 1 2 3 Emissions sources and patterns of carbon dioxide levels across a metropolitan region.