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  1. An analysis of ozone damage to historical maize and soybean yields in the United States

    McGrath, J. M., Betzelberger, A. M., Wang, S., Shook, E., Zhu, X-G., Long, S. P. & Ainsworth, E. A., 17/11/2015, In : Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112, 46, p. 14390-14395 6 p.

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  2. Stable-isotope (H, O, and Si) evidence for seasonal variations in hydrology and Si cycling from modern waters in the Nile Basin: implications for interpreting the Quaternary record

    Cockerton, H. E., Street-Perrott, F. A., Leng, M. J., Barker, P. A., Horstwood, M. S. A. & Pashley, V., 15/04/2013, In : Quaternary Science Reviews. 66, p. 4-21 18 p.

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  3. Methane emissions from soils: synthesis and analysis of a large UK data set

    Levy, P. E., Burden, A., Cooper, M. D. A., Dinsmore, K. J., Drewer, J., Evans, C., Fowler, D., Gaiawyn, J., Gray, A., Jones, S. K., Jones, T., Mcnamara, N. P., Mills, R., Ostle, N., Sheppard, L. J., Skiba, U., Sowerby, A., Ward, S. E. & Zielinski, P., 05/2012, In : Global Change Biology. 18, 5, p. 1657-1669 13 p.

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  4. Global terrestrial isoprene emission models: sensitivity to variability in climate and vegetation

    Arneth, A., Schurgers, G., Lathiere, J., Duhl, T., Beerling, D. J., Hewitt, C. N., Martin, M. & Guenther, A., 2011, In : Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics . 11, 15, p. 8037-8052 16 p.

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  5. Water relations in Norway spruce trees growing at ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations

    Kupper, P., Sellin, A., Klimankova, Z., Pokorny, R. & Puertolas Simon, J., 12/2006, In : Biologia Plantarum. 50, 4, p. 603-609 7 p.

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  6. Effects of litter manipulation on early-stage decomposition and meso-arthropod abundance in a tropical moist forest

    Sayer, E. J., Tanner, E. V. J. & Lacey, A. L., 1/07/2006, In : Forest Ecology and Management. 229, 1-3, p. 285-293 9 p.

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  7. Meta-analysis of the interaction between shade-tolerance, light environment and growth response of woody species to elevated CO2

    Kerstiens, G., 2001, In : Acta Oecologica. 22, 1, p. 61-69 9 p.

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  8. Shade-tolerance as a predictor of responses to elevated CO2 in trees

    Kerstiens, G., 03/1998, In : Physiologia Plantarum. 102, 3, p. 472-480 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalLiterature review

  9. Effects of elevated CO2 on leaf gas exchange in beech and oak at two levels of nutrient supply: Consequences for sensitivity to drought in beech

    Heath, J. & Kerstiens, G., 01/1997, In : Plant, Cell and Environment. 20, 1, p. 57-67 11 p.

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  10. Effects of water and nutrient availability on physiological-responses of woody species to elevated CO2.

    Kerstiens, G., Townend, J., Heath, J. & Mansfield, T., 1995, In : Forestry. 68, 4, p. 303-315 13 p.

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