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Lu, Meng, Caplan, Joshua S., Bakker, Jonathan D., Langley, J. Adam, Mozdzer, Thomas J., Drake, Bert G. and Megonigal, J. Patrick.
Allometry data and equations for coastal marsh plants.
Lund, Magnus, Bjerke, J. W., Drake, Bert G., Engelsen, O., Hansen, G. H., Parmentier, F. J. W., Powell, T. L., Silvennoinen, H., Sottocornola, M., Tømmervik, H., Weldon, S. and Rasse, D. P.
Low impact of dry conditions on the CO2 exchange of a Northern-Norwegian blanket bog.
Environmental Research Letters,
Day, Frank P., Schroeder, Rachel E., Stover, Daniel B., Brown, Alisha L. P., Butnor, John R., Dilustro, John, Hungate, Bruce A., Dijkstra, Paul, Duval, Benjamin D., Seiler, Troy J., Drake, Bert G. and Hinkle, C. R.
The effects of 11 yr of CO2 enrichment on roots in a Florida scrub-oak ecosystem.
Duval, Benjamin D., Dijkstra, Paul, Drake, Bert G., Johnson, Dale W., Ketterer, Michael E., Megonigal, J. Patrick and Hungate, Bruce A.
Element Pool Changes within a Scrub-Oak Ecosystem after 11 Years of Exposure to Elevated CO2.
Erickson, John E., Peresta, Gary, Montovan, Kathryn J. and Drake, Bert G.
Direct and indirect effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on net ecosystem production in a Chesapeake Bay tidal wetland.
Global Change Biology,
Stiling, Peter, Moon, Daniel, Rossi, Anthony, Forkner, Rebecca, Hungate, Bruce A., Day, Frank P., Schroeder, Rachel E. and Drake, Bert G.
Direct and legacy effects of long-term elevated CO2 on fine root growth and plant–insect interactions.
Stiling, Peter, Forkner, Rebecca and Drake, Bert G.
Long-term exposure to elevated CO2 in a Florida scrub-oak forest increases herbivore densities but has no effect on other arthropod guilds.
Insect Conservation and Diversity,
Stover, Dan B., Day, Frank P., Drake, Bert G. and Hinkle, C. Ross.
The long-term effects of CO2 enrichment on fine root productivity, mortality, and survivorship in a scrub-oak ecosystem at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA.
Environmental and experimental botany,