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Interactive Effects of CO2 and Temperature on Plant Growth

Click on the links below to access reviews of the scientific literature on this topic that have been published since the 2009 NIPCC report.

High Temperature Stress vs. High CO2 Relief in Kentucky Bluegrass (22 July 2014)
Dry Heathland Response to Elevated CO2, Warming and Drought (20 August 2013)
Pear Trees in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World (8 May 2013)
The Net Effect of Simultaneous Increases in Air Temperature and CO2 Concentration on Plant Biomass Production (26 February 2013)
The Responses of Pinus taeda Seedlings to Elevated CO2 and Temperature at Both Cool and Warm Sites (18 December 2012)
Effects of Warming and Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Wheat Photosynthesis and Biomass Production (17 October 2012)
Effects of Elevated CO2 and Warming on Photosynthesis in a Major Desert Biocrust Moss (22 August 2012)
The Effect of a Half-Century of Warming on China's Irrigated Rice (9 November 2011)
Semi-Arid Grasslands in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World (25 October 2011)
Effects of Warming on a Tallgrass Prairie of the U.S. Great Plains (22 March 2011)
The Impact of Warming on Photosynthesis in Wheat (16 March 2011)
The Future of Mediterranean Forests (23 February 2011)
The Fate of Tropical Rainforests in a Super CO2-Enriched and Warmer World (26 January 2011)
Enchytraeid Worm Responses to CO2, Warming and Drought (19 January 2011)
Photosynthetic Responses of Seedlings of Two Eucalyptus Species to Increases in the Atmosphere's Temperature and CO2 Concentration (12 January 2011)
The Growth of Scots Pines in Northeast Spain (16 Nov 2010)
Cotton Response to Rising Air Temperature and CO2 Content (7 October 2010)
Elevated CO2 Protects Trees from the Ravages of Heat Stress (18 August 2010)
Aspen and Birch Trees Exposed to Significant Heat Stress (22 July 2010)
The Future of Rice Production in China (7 July 2010)
Southern U.S. Pines Can Take the Heat (1 July 2010)
Will Global Warming Reduce Crop Yields? (21 April 2010)