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EFFECTS OF CO2 ON VEGETATION
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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 6, NUMBER 9, SEPTEMBER 1993

REPORTS...
EFFECTS OF CO2 ON VEGETATION


Item #d93sep74

Bibliography: Effects of Carbon Dioxide Enrichment on Plant Growth: Jan. 1989-Aug. 1992 (QB 92-64), C.A. Singer, 57 pp., 1993. (Updated regularly.) For a free copy send a self-addressed gummed label to Nat. Agric. Library--USDA, Public Serv. Div. (Rm 111), Beltsville MD 20705.

Contains 182 citations of papers and other publications from the AGRICOLA database.


Item #d93sep75

Plant Responses to Rising Levels of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide: A Compilation and Analysis of the Results of a Decade of International Research into the Direct Biological Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment, K.E. Idso, 185 pp., July 1992. Contact author at Inst. for Biospheric Res., 631 E. Laguna Dr., Tempe AZ 85282).

Prepared as a submission to the New Mexico Public Service Commission's integrated resource planning docket. Compiles and analyzes results of 342 research articles published since a similar 1983 review by Kimball, and reaches the general conclusion that plants grow better in air when CO2 concentrations are higher than the present level.

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