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Water Use Efficiency

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

The Increasing Water-Use Efficiencies of Temperate and Boreal Forests of the Northern Hemisphere Over the Past Two Decades (20 November 2013)
Drought-Prone Rangelands in a Warming World (5 November 2013)
The Effects of Elevated CO2 on Tree Intrinsic Water Use Efficiency (19 June 2013)
Field-Scale Impacts of Elevated CO2 on the World's Major Crops (19 February 2013)
The Intrinsic Water Use Efficiency of Spruce Trees in China's Xinglong Mountains (20 November 2012)
Effects of Anthropogenic CO2 Emissions on the Growth and Water Use Efficiency of Western U.S. Ponderosa Pine Trees (17 April 2012)
Neotropical Tree, Shrub and Liana Species Richness (6 March 2012)
Growth of Water-Stressed Maize and Sorghum Plants (22 February 2012)
Humanity's Future: Will There Be Enough Water ... to Grow Enough Food? (29 November 2011)
Semi-Arid Grasslands in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World (25 October 2011)
Historical Increases in the Water Use Efficiency of Ponderosa Pines (13 September 2011)
Greenhouse Production of Cucumbers (27 April 2011)
Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment and the Growth of Corn Under Various Degrees of Water Stress (5 April 2011)
Growth Responses of Populus euphratica Trees to Concomitant Changes in Groundwater Depth and Atmospheric CO2 Content (5 April 2011)
The Water Use Efficiency of Tropical Dry-Forest Trees (23 March 2011)
Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment of a C4 Halophyte (20 January 2011)
Earth's Freshwater Resources of the Past Two Millennia (11 January 2011)
A Century of Water Use Efficiency Information Obtained from Brazilian Conifer Trees (3 September 2010)
The Impact of Elevated CO2 on Bur Oak Response to Drought (7 July 2010)
A Seven-Decade History of the Water-Use Efficiency of a Swiss Alpine Grassland (1 July 2010)
Rice Production and the Looming Water Crisis (21 May 2010)
Effects of Elevated CO2 on a Chesapeake Bay (USA) Wetland (28 April 2010)