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Response of plant respiration to past and future climates

Ayub, Gohar


Since the industrial revolution, atmospheric CO{u2082} concentrations have increased from below 300 {u00B5}L L{u207B}{u00B9} to the current 387 {u00B5}L L{u207B}{u00B9} , and are likely to rise to 700 {u00B5}L L{u207B}{u00B9} in the coming decades. Associated with the rise in atmospheric [CO{u2082}] have been an increase in global temperatures and the frequency of severe droughts. To predict the impact of climate change on the biosphere, one must understand the effects of a range of abiotic...[Show more]

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Date published: 2011
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d5155eb4ec6d
Access Rights: Open Access


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