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Detecting the sensitivity of desert herbaceous plant responses to co-occurring atmospheric compounds

Poster Number:  379 Presenter/Primary Author:  Elizabeth Cook Cities occupy a small land area globally, yet atmospheric compounds generated from human-dominated ecosystems have significant impacts on protected lands within and beyond urban boundaries.  D

Effects of increased snow on growth response and allocation patterns of arctic plants

Poster Number:  368 Presenter/Primary Author:  Claire Addis Warming in the Arctic has led to an increase in shrub cover on the tundra and has been well documented in arctic Alaska.

Evidence for species-specific nutrient limitation of growth efficiency in northern hardwoods

Poster Number:  335 Presenter/Primary Author:  Shinjini Goswami Nutrient co-limitation of NPP has been shown in some temperate forests by the additive or synergistic productivity response to nitrogen and phosphorus.

Changes in crop productivity as a result of shallow groundwater, Yahara Watershed, Wisconsin

Poster Number:  330 Presenter/Primary Author:  Samuel Zipper A primary limitation on agricultural yields in many parts of the world, including the US Corn Belt, is the quantity and temporal distribution of water resources.

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