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NGCRP Bibliography - Letter: N

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Nabuurs, Gert-Jan; Ravindranath, N.H.; Paustian, Keith; Freibauer, Annette; Hohenstein, William; Makundi, Willy. 2003. LUCF Sector Good Practice Guidance. In: Penman, Jim; Gytarsky, Michael; Hiraishi, Taka, eds., International panel on climate change: Good practice guidance for land use, land-use change and forestry. Kanagawa, Japan: Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. 3.11-3.304.

Nater, E.A.; Grigal, D.F.; Ohmann, L.F.; David, M.B. 1992. Atmospheric deposition: evidence in forest ecosystems. Minnesota Agric. Exp. Sta. Series # 19373. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota: 117-126.

Nater, Edward A.; Grigal, David F. 1992. Regional trends in mercury distribution across the Great Lakes states, north central USA. Nature. July(358): 139-141.

Neilson, R.P.; Running, S.W. 1996. Global dynamic vegetation modelling: coupling biogeochemistry and biogeography models. In: Walker, B.; Steffen, W.; eds. Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 451-465.

Neilson, Ronald P.; Chaney, Jesse. 1997. Potential changes in the vegetation distribution in the United States. USDA Forest Service Global Change Research Program Highlights: 1991-95. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-237. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service: 66-80.

Neilson, Ronald P.; Drapek, Raymond J. 1998. Potentially complex biosphere responses to transient global warming. Global Change Biology. 4: 505-521.

Neilson, Ronald. 1997. The MAPSS Model. USDA Forest Service Global Change Research Program Highlights: 1991-95. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-237. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service: 111-112.

Nemani, Ramakrishna; White, Michael; Thornton, Peter; Nishida, Kenlo; Reddy, Swarna; Jenkins, Jennifer. 2002. Recent trends in hydrologic balance have enhanced the terrestrial carbon sink in the United States. Geophysical Research Letters (2002GL014867). 29(10): 106-1-106-4.

Nicanor, Saliendra Z.; Kubiske, Mark E.; Heinsch, Faith Ann; Gustafson, Eric J.; Sturtevant, Brian R.; Heilman, Warren E. 2005. Modeling and scaling up the impacts of ozone on forest productivity in northern Wisconsin. The Ecological Society of America. 90th annual meeting. 2005 August 7-12; Quebec, ON, Canada.

Nikolov, N.T.; Fox, D.G. 1994. A coupled carbon-water-energy-vegetation model to assess responses of temperate forest ecosystems to changes in climate and atmospheric CO~. Part I. Model concept. Environmental Pollution. 83: 251-262.

Nikolov, Nedialko T.; Massman, William J.; Schoettle, Anna W. 1995. Coupling biochemical and biophysical processes at the leaf level: an equilibrium photosynthesis model for leaves of C3 plants. Ecological Modelling. 80: 205-235.

Nitao, James K.; Nair, Muraleedharan G.; Mattson, William J.; Herms, Daniel A.; Birr, Bruce A.; Coleman, Mark D.; Trier, Terry M.; Isebrands, J.G. 1996. Effects of elevated CO2 and ozone on phenolic glycosides of trembling aspen. In: Hom, J.; Birdsey, R.; O'Brien, K., eds. Proceedings, 1995 Meeting of the Northern Global Change Program. 1995 March 14-16; Pittsburgh, PA. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-214. Radnor, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station: p. 42. Abstract.

Noble, Reginald; Jensen, Keith F.; Ruff, Bradley S.; Loats, Ken. 1992. Response of Acer saccharum seedlings to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone. The Ohio Journal of Science. 92(3): 60-62.

Noormets, A.; Sober, A.; Pell E. J.; Dickson R. E.; Podila G. K.; Sober J.; Isebrands J.G.; Karnosky D.F. 2001. Stomatal and non-stomatal limitation to photosynthesis in two trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.)clones exposed to elevated CO2 and/or O3. Plant, Cell and Environment. 24: 327-336.

Noormets, Asko; Chen, Jiquan; Crow, Thomas R. 2007. Age-dependent changes in ecosystem carbon fluxes in managed forests in northern Wisconsin, USA. Ecosystems. 10 (2): 187-203.

Noormets, Asko; McDonald, Evan P.; Dickson, Richard E.; Kruger, Eric L.; Sober, Anu; Isebrands, J. G.; Karnosky, David F. 2001. The effect of elevated carbon dioxide and ozone on leaf and branch-level photosynthesis and potential plant-level carbon gain in aspen. Trees. 15: 262-270.

Noormets, Asko; Polida, G. Krishna; Karnosky, David F. 2000. Rapid response of antioxidant enzymes to O3-induced oxidative stress in populus tremuloides clones varying in O3 tolerance. Forest Genetics. 7(4): 335-338.

Norby, Richard J.; DeLucia, Evan H.; Gielen, Birgit; Calfapietra, Carlo; Giardina, Christian P.; King, John S. et. al. 2005. Forest response to elevated CO2 is conserved across a broad range of productivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 18052-18056.

Norton, Stephen B.; Fernandez, Ivan J., eds. 1999. The Bear Brook Watershed in Maine: a paired watershed experiment: the first decade (1987-1997). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 250 p.

Nowak, David J. 1994. Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Reduction by Chicago's Urban Forest. In: McPherson, E.G.; Rowntree, R.A.; Nowak, D.J., eds. Chicago's Urban Forest Ecosystem: results of The Chicago Urban Forest Climate Project. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-186. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service: 83-94.

Nowak, David J.; Crane, Daniel E. 2002. Carbon storage and sequestration by urban trees in the USA. Environmental Pollution. 116: 381-389.

Nungesser, Martha K.; Joyce, Linda A.; McGuire, A. David. 1999. Effects of spatial aggregation on predictions of forest climate change response. Climate Research. 11: 109-124.

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