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Direct effects of elevated carbon dioxide on forest tree productivity

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Direct effects of elevated carbon dioxide on forest tree productivity. / Karnosky, D.; Tallis, Matthew; Darbah, J.; Taylor, G.

Forestry & climate change. ed. / P. Freer-Smith; M. Broadmeadow; J. Lynch. Massachusetts : CAB International, 2007. p. 136-142.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Karnosky, D, Tallis, M, Darbah, J & Taylor, G 2007, Direct effects of elevated carbon dioxide on forest tree productivity. in P Freer-Smith, M Broadmeadow & J Lynch (eds), Forestry & climate change. CAB International, Massachusetts, pp. 136-142.

APA

Karnosky, D., Tallis, M., Darbah, J., & Taylor, G. (2007). Direct effects of elevated carbon dioxide on forest tree productivity. In P. Freer-Smith, M. Broadmeadow, & J. Lynch (Eds.), Forestry & climate change (pp. 136-142). CAB International.

Vancouver

Karnosky D, Tallis M, Darbah J, Taylor G. Direct effects of elevated carbon dioxide on forest tree productivity. In Freer-Smith P, Broadmeadow M, Lynch J, editors, Forestry & climate change. Massachusetts: CAB International. 2007. p. 136-142

Author

Karnosky, D. ; Tallis, Matthew ; Darbah, J. ; Taylor, G. / Direct effects of elevated carbon dioxide on forest tree productivity. Forestry & climate change. editor / P. Freer-Smith ; M. Broadmeadow ; J. Lynch. Massachusetts : CAB International, 2007. pp. 136-142

Bibtex

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