SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

references

  • Aber JD, Nadelhoffer KJ, Steudler P, Melillo JM. 1989 Nitrogen saturation in northern forest ecosystems. BioScienee 39. 378386.
  • Addoms RM. 1937 Nutritional studies on loblolly pine. Plant Physiology 12: 119205.
  • Baker JB, Langdon OG. 1990 Pinus taeda L. In: BurnsRM, HonkolaBH, eds. Silvics of North America. Vol. 1, conifers. Washington DC , USA : United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Agriculture Handbook 654, 497512.
  • Bazzaz FA. 1990 The response of natural ecosystems to the rising global CO2 levels. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 21: 167196.
  • Blinn CR, Buckner ER. 1989 Normal foliar nutrient levels in North American trees - a summary. St Paul , Minnesota , USA : University of Minnesota, Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 5901989.
  • Bloom, AJ, Chapin FS III, Mooney HA. 1985 Resource limitation in plants - An economic analogy. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 16: 363392.
  • Bormann FH, Likens GE. 1979 Pattern and process in a forested ecosystem. Disturbance, development and the steady state based on the Hubbard Brook ecosystem study. New York : Springer-Verlag.
  • Dickson RE. 1989 Carbon and nitrogen allocation in trees. Annales des Sciences Forestières 46s: 631647.
  • Dixon RK, Brown S, Houghton RA, Solomon AM, Trexler MC, Wisniewski J. 1994 Carbon pools and flux of global forest ecosystems. Science 263: 185190.
  • Downs MR, Nadelhoffer KJ, Milillo JM, Aber JD. 1993 Foliar and fine root nitrate reductase activity in seedlings of four forest tree species in relation to nitrogen availability. Trees 7: 233236.
  • Eamus D, Jarvis PG. 1989 The direct effects of increase in the global atmospheric CO., concentration on natural and commercial temperate trees and forests. Advances in Ecological Research 19: 155.
  • Fetcher N, Jaeger CH, Strain BR, Soinit N. 1988 Long-term elevation of atmospheric CO2 concentration and the carbon exchange rates of saplings of Pinus taeda L. and Liquidambar styraciflua L. Tree Physiology 4: 255262.
  • Fowells HA. 1965 Silvics of forest trees of the United States. Washington DC , USA : United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook 271.
  • Fowells HA, Means JE. 1990 The tree and its environment. In: BurnsRM, HonkalaBH, eds. Silvics of North America. Vol. 1, Conifers. Washington DC , USA : United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Agriculture Handbook 654, 111.
  • Griffin KL, Thomas RB, Strain BR. 1993 Effects of nitrogen supply and elevated carbon dioxide on construction cost in leaves of pinus taeda (L.) seedlings. Oecologia 95: 575580.
  • Hellmers H, Giles LJ. 1979 Carbon dioxide: critique I. In: TibbittsTW, KozlowskiTT, eds. Controlled environment guidelines for plant research. New York , USA : Academic Press, 229234.
  • Houghton RA. 1993 The role of the world's forests in global warming. In: RamakrishnaK, WoodwellGM, eds. World forest for the future: their use and conservation. New Haven , CT , USA : Yale University Press, 2158.
  • Keeling CD, Bacastow RB, Carter AF, Piper SC, Whorf TP, Heimann M, Mook WG, Roelffzen H. 1989 A three-dimensional model of atmospheric CO., transport based on observed winds. I. Analysis of observational data. American Geophysical Union Monograph 55: 165234.
  • Krajina V, Madoc-Jones JS, Mellor B. 1973 Ammonium and nitrate in the nitrogen economy of some conifers growing in Douglas fir communities of the Pacific Northwest of America. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 5: 142147.
  • Lou Y, Field CB, Mooney HA. 1994 Predicting responses of photosynthesis and root fraction to elevated [CO2]a: interactions among carbon, nitrogen and growth. Plant, Cell and Environment 17: 11951204.
  • Marschner H. 1986 Mineral nutrition in higher plants. London , England : Academic Press.
  • Monson RK, Grant MC. 1989 Experimental studies of ponderosa pine. III. Differences in photosynthesis, stomatal conductance, and water-use efficiency between two genetic-lines. American Journal of Botany 76: 10411047.
  • Mooney HA, Gulmon SL. 1979 Environmental and evolutionary constraints on the photosynthetic characteristics of higher plants. In: SolbrigOT, JainS, JohnsonGB, RavenPH, eds. Topics in plant population biology. New York , USA : Columbia University Press, 316337.
  • Namkoong G, Conkle MT. 1976 Time trends in genetic control of height growth in ponderosa pine. Forest Science 22: 212.
  • Oliver WW, Ryker RA. 1990 Pinus ponderosa Dougl. ex Laws. In: BurnsRM, HonkalaBH, eds. Silvics of North America. Vol. 1, Conifers. Washington DC , USA : United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Agriculture Handbook 654, 413424.
  • Olsen JS, Watts JA, Allison LJ. 1983 Carbon in live vegetation of major world ecosystems. ORNL-5862, Tennessee: Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
  • Padgett PE, Leonard RT. 1993 Contamination of ammonium-based nutrient solutions by nitrifying organisms and the conversion of ammonium to nitrate. Plant Physiology 101: 141146.
  • Poorter H. 1993 Interspecific variation in the growth response of plants to an elevated ambient CO2 concentration. Vegetatio 104: 7797.
  • Powers RF, Jackson GD. 1978 Ponderosa pine response to fertilization: influence of brush removal and soil type. Berkeley , CA , USA : United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research Paper PSW–132.
  • Schlesinger WH. 1991 Biogeochemistry: An analysis of global change. San Diego , CA , USA : Academic Press, Inc..
  • Shaw GR. 1914 The genus Pinus. Cambridge , MA , USA : Arnold Arboretum Publ. No. 5.
  • Sionit N, Strain BR, Hellmers H, Reichers GH, Jaeger CH. 1985 Long-term atmospheric CO., enrichment affects growth and development of Liquidambar styraciflua and Pinus taeda seedlings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 15: 468471.
  • Sokal RE, Rohlf FJ. 1981 Biometry, 2nd edition. New York , USA : W. H. Freeman and Company.
  • Tans PT, Fung IY, Takahashi T. 1990 Observational constraints on the global atmospheric CO, budget. Science 247: 14311438.
  • Taylor JA, Lloyd J. 1992 Sources and sinks of atmospheric CO2. Australian Journal of Botany 40: 407418.
  • Thomas RB, Lewis JD, Strain BR. 1994 Effects of leaf nutrient status on photosynthetic capacity in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seedlings grown in elevated atmospheric CO2. Tree Physiology 14: 947960.
  • Tolley LC, Strain BR. 1984a Effects of CO2 enrichment on growth of Liquidambar styraciflua and Pinus taeda seedlings grown under different irradiance levels. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 14: 343350.
  • Tolley LC, Strain BR. 1984b Effects of CO2 enrichment and water stress on growth of Liquidambar styraciflua and Pinus taeda seedlings grown under different irradiance levels. Canadian Journal of Botany 62: 21352139.
  • Tolley LC, Strain BR. 1985 Effects of CO., enrichment and water stress on gas exchange of Liquidambar styraciflua and Pinus taeda seedlings grown under different irradiance levels. Oecologia 65: 166172.
  • US Department of Agriculture. 1982 An analysis of the timber situation in the United States, 1952–2030. Washington , DC , USA : United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Research Report number 23.
  • Vitousek PM. 1991 Can planted forests counteract increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide. Journal of Environmental Quality 20: 348354.
  • Wahlenberg WG. 1960 Loblolly pine: its use, ecology, regeneration, protection, growth, and management. Durham , NC , USA : Duke University, School of Forestry.
  • Wong SC, Kriedemann PE, Farquhar GD. 1992 CO2× nitrogen interaction on seedling growth of four species of eucalypt. Australian Journal of Botany 40: 457472.