The effects of elevated [CO2] on the C:N and C:P mass ratios of plant tissues
Gifford, Roger; Barrett, Damian; Lutze, Jason
Nitrogen resorption in senescing tree leaves in a warmer, CO2-enriched atmosephere
Norby, Richard; Long, Tammy; Hartz-Rubin, Jennifer; O'Neill, Elizabeth
Litter quality and decomposition in a CO2-enriched Mediterranean forest ecosystem
De Angelis, Paolo; Chigwerewe, Kesari; Scarascia Mugnozza, Giuseppe
Due to symbiotic N2 fixation, five years of elevated atmospheric pCO2 had no effect on the N concentration of plant litter in fertile, mixed grassland
Hartwig, Ueli; Lüscher, Andreas; Daepp, Markus; Blum, Herbert; Soussana, Jean-François; Nösberger, Josef
Does elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations affect wood decomposition?
Cotrufo, M.; Ineson, Phil
Review of elevated atmospheric CO2 effects on agro-ecosystems: residue decomposition processes and soil C storage
Torbert, H.; Prior, S.; Rogers, H.; Wood, C.
Decomposition of leaf and root tissue of three perennial grass species grown at two levels of atmospheric CO2 and N supply
Gorissen, A.; Cotrufo, M.F.
Long-term effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on below-ground biomass and transformations to soil organic matter in grassland
Jastrow, J.D.; Miller, R.M.; Owensby, C.E.
Effects of [CO2] and nitrogen fertilization on soils planted with ponderosa pine
Johnson, D.; Cheng, W.; Ball, J.
Effects of CO2 and N fertilization on decomposition and N immobilization in ponderosa pine litter
Johnson, D.W.; Cheng, W.; Ball, J.T.
Interactions between atmospheric CO2 enrichment and soil fauna
Coûteaux, Marie-Madeleine; Bolger, Thomas
Effects of elevated [CO2] on forest growth and carbon storage: a modelling analysis of the consequences of changes in litter quality/quantity and root exudation
McMurtrie, Ross; Dewar, Roderick; Medlyn, Belinda; Jeffreys, Mark
Dynamics of mineral N availability in grassland ecosystems under increased [CO2]: hypotheses evaluated using the Hurley Pasture Model
Thornley, John; Cannell, Melvin
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