Using an optimality model to understand medium and long-term responses of vegetation water use to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations
Vegetation has different adjustable properties for adaptation to its environment. Examples include stomatal conductance at short time scale (minutes), leaf area index and fine root distributions at longer time scales (days-months) and species composition
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