Growth Response to CO2 with Other Variables (Multiple) -- Summary

October 2013
CO2 Science;10/2/2013, Vol. 16 Issue 40, p2
The article discusses issues and studies related to the atmospheric enrichment of carbon dioxide. It is noted that online edition of the journal "Science" on December 6, 2002 reported the article "More Carbon Dioxide Lowers Plant Productivity" and a Stanford Report of December 5, 2002, stated almost the same thing in an article entitled "High Carbon Dioxide Levels Can Retard Plant Growth."


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