An Integrated Network for Terrestrial Ecosystem Research on Feedbacks to the Atmosphere and ClimatE (INTERFACE): Linking experimentalists, ecosystem modelers, and Earth system modelers
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Publications from TERACC (previous network)

Ainsworth, Elizabeth A. and Long, Stephen P. 2005.What have we learned from 15 years of free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE)? A meta-analytic review of the responses of photosynthesis, canopy properties and plant production to rising CO2. New Phytologist 165:351.

Badeck, Franz-W., Bondeau, Alberte, Böttcher, Kristin, Doktor, Daniel, Lucht, Wolfgang, Schaber, Jörg, and Sitch, Stephen. 2004. Responses of spring phenology to climate change. New Phytologist 162:295-311.

Barnard, Romain, Barthes, Laure, Le Roux, Xavier, and Leadley, Paul W. 2004. Dynamics of nitrifying activities, denitrifying activities and nitrogen in grassland mesocosms as altered by elevated CO2. New Phytologist 162:365-376.

Beier, Claus. 2004. Climate change and ecosystem function full-scale manipulations of CO2 and temperature. New Phytologist 162:243.

Classen, Aimee T. and Langley, J. Adam. 2005. Data-model integration is not magic modeling ecosystem responses to global change: techniques and recent advances. New Phytologist 166:367-370.

Dewar, R. Franklin, O., Makela, A., McMurtrie, R., and Valentine, H. 2009. Optimal function explains forest responses to global change. Bioscience 59:127-139

Franklin, O., McMurtrie, R.E., Iversen, C.M., Crous, K.Y., Finzi, A., Tissue, D., Ellsworth, D., Oren, R., Norby, R.J. 2009. Forest fine-root production and nitrogen use under elevated CO2: Contrasting responses in evergreen and deciduous trees explained by a common principle. Global Change Biology 15:132-144.

Finzi, A., R. Norby, C. Calfapietra, A. Gallet-Budynek, B. Gielen, W. Holmes, M. Hoosbeek, C. Iversen, R. Jackson, M. Kubiske, J. Ledford, M.Liberloo, R. Oren, A. Polle, S. Pritchard. D. Zak, W. Schlesinger, and R. Ceulemans, 2007. Increases in nitrogen uptake rather than nitrogen-use efficiency support higher rates of temperate forest productivity under elevated CO2. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104:1414-1419.

Gerten, Dieter, Luo, Yiqi, Le Maire, Guerric, Parton, William J., Keough, Cindy, Weng, Ensheng, Beier, Claus, Ciais, Philippe, Cramer, Wolfgang, Dukes, Jeffery S., Emmett, Bridget, Hanson, Paul J., Knapp, Alan, Linder, Sune, Nepstad, Dan, and Rustad, Lindsey E. 2007. Modelled effects of multiple global change factors on ecosystem carbon and water dynamics in different climatic zones. Part I: Precipitation-only effects. (In review) Global Change Biology.

Heisler, Jana L. and Weltzin, Jake F. 2006. Variability matters: towards a perspective on the influence of precipitation on terrestrial ecosystems. New Phytologist 172:189-192.

Knapp, A.K., Beier, C., Briske, D.D., Classen, A.T., Lou, Y., Reichstein, M. Smith, M.D., Smith, S.D., Bell, J.E., Fay, P.A., Heisler, J.L., Leavitt, S.W., Sherry, R., Smith, B., and Weng, E. 2008. Consequences of more extreme precipitation regimes for terrestrial ecosystems. BioScience (in press).

Lewis, J. D., Lucash, M., Olszyk, D. M., and Tingey, D. T. 2004. Relationships between needle nitrogen concentration and photosynthetic responses of Douglas-fir seedlings to elevated CO2 and temperature. New Phytologist 162:355-364.

Loik, Michael E., Still, Christopher J., Huxman, Travis E. and Harte, John. 2004. In situ photosynthetic freezing tolerance for plants exposed to a global warming manipulation in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado, USA. New Phytologist 162:331-342.

Lou, Yiqi, Gerten, Dieter, Le Maire, Guerric, Parton, William J., Weng, Sensheng, Zhou, Xuhui, Keough, Cindy, Beier, Claus, Ciais, Philippe, Cramer, Wolfgang, Dukes, Jeffery S., Emmett, Bridget, Hanson, Paul J., Knapp, Alan, Linder, Sune, Nepstad, Dan, and Rustad, Lindsey E. 2007. Modelled effects of multiple global change factors on ecosystem carbon and water dynamics in different climatic zones. Part II: Interactive effects of precipitation, temperature, and CO2. (In review) Global Change Biology. McMurtrie, R.E., Norby, R.J., Medlyn, B.E., Dewar, R.C., Pepper, D.A., Reich, P.B., Barton, C.V.M. 2008. Why is plant-growth response to elevated CO2 amplified when water is limiting but reduced when nitrogen is limiting? A growth-optimisation hypothesis. Functional Plant Biology 35: 521-534.

Mäkelä, A., Valentine, H.T., Helmisaari, H.J. 2008. Optimal co-allocation of carbon and nitrogen in a forest stand at steady state. New Phytologist (in press).

Midgley, Guy F. and Thuiller, Wilfried. 2005. Global environmental change and the uncertain fate of biodiversity. New Phytologist 167:638-641.

Naumburg, Elke, Loik, Michael E., and Smith, Stanley D. 2004. Photosynthetic responses of Larrea tridentata to seasonal temperature extremes under elevated CO2. New Phytologist 162:323-330.

Norby, Richard J. and Luo, Yiqi. 2004. Evaluating ecosystem responses to rising atmospheric CO2 and global warming in a multi-factor world. New Phytologist 162:281-294.

Norby, R. J., Rustad, L. E., Dukes, J.S., Ojima, D.S., Parton, W.P., Del Grosso, S.J., McMurtrie, E.E., and Pepper, D.A. Ecosystem Responses to Warming and Interacting Global Change Factors. Terrestrial Ecosystems in a Changing World. Springer-Verlag.

Pepper, D., McMurtrie, R., Medlyn, B., Keith, H., and Eamus, D. 2008. Mechanisms linking plant productivity and water status for a temperate Eucalyptus forest flux site: analysis over wet and dry years with a simple model. Functional Plant Biology 35: 493-508.

Rustad, L.E. 2006. From Transient to Steady State Response of Ecosystems to Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment and Global Climate Change. Plant Ecology 182:43-62.

Sala, O.E. et al. 2003. Global biodiversity scenarios for the year 2100. Nature 287:1770-1774.

Shaver, G.R., Canadell, J., Chapin, F.S., Gurevitch, J., Harte, J., Henry, G., Ineson, P., Jonasson, S., Melillo, J., Pitelka, L. and Rustad, L. 2000. Global warming and terrestrial ecosystems: A conceptual framework for analysis. Bioscience 50: 871-882.

Sholtis, Johnna D., Gunderson, Carla A., Norby, Richard J., and Tissue, David T. 2004. Persistent stimulation of photosynthesis by elevated CO2 in a sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) forest stand. New Phytologist 162:343-354.

Volder, A., Edwards, E. J., Evans, J. R., Robertson, B. C., Schortemeyer, M., and Gifford, R. M. 2004. Does greater nighttime, rather than constant warming, alter growth of managed pasture under ambient and elevated atmospheric CO2? New Phytologist 162:397-412.

Wan, Shiqiang, Norby, Richard J., Pregitzer, Kurt S., Ledford, Joanne, and O'Neill, Elizabeth G. 2004. CO2 enrichment and warming of the atmosphere enhance both productivity and mortality of maple tree fine roots. New Phytologist 162:437-446.

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