Biophysical response of sugar maple and hemlock tree seedlings to elevated CO2 and NO2 levels

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Biomass and biophysical characteristics of hemlock and sugar maple seedlings grown under manipulated atmospheric and soil conditions. Individual trees were exposed to combinations of three treatments: elevated atmospheric concentrations of CO2, elevated atmospheric concentrations of NO2 and elevated soil concentrations of NO3-. This study took place in 2004 and 2005 at the University of Michigan Biological Station's (UMBS) Elevated CO2 Facility.

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