reference : Separating Effects of Changes in Atmospheric Composition, Climate and Land-use On Carbon Sequestration of US Mid-Atlantic Temperate Forests

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reftype Journal Article
Accession Number WOS:000272890000002
Alternate Title Forest Ecol Manag
Author Pan, Y. D.; Birdsey, R.; Hom, J.; McCullough, K.
Author Address US Forest Serv, USDA, Newtown Sq, PA 19073 USA
DOI 10.1016/j.foreco.2009.09.049
Date Dec 15
ISSN 0378-1127
Issue 2
Journal Forest Ecology and Management
Keywords carbon sequestration; ecosystem productivity; elevated CO2; ozone pollution; n deposition; ecosystem process model; fia data; net primary production; progressive nitrogen limitation; united-states; elevated CO2; terrestrial ecosystems; tropospheric ozone; hardwood forests; use history; deposition; responses
Language English
Pages 151-164
Title Separating Effects of Changes in Atmospheric Composition, Climate and Land-use On Carbon Sequestration of US Mid-Atlantic Temperate Forests
Volume 259
Year 2009
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