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Iversen C.M, Hooker T.D, Classen AT, Norby RJ.  2011.  Net mineralization of N at deeper soil depths as a potential mechanism for sustained forest production under elevated [CO2]. Global Change Biology. 17:1130–1139.
Norby RJ, Iversen C.M.  2006.  NITROGEN UPTAKE, DISTRIBUTION, TURNOVER, AND EFFICIENCY OF USE IN A CO2-ENRICHED SWEETGUM FOREST. Ecology. 87:5-14.
Treat CC, Natali SM, Ernakovich J, Iversen CM, Lupascu M, McGuire ADavid, Norby RJ, Chowdhury TRoy, Richter A, Šantrůčková H et al..  2015.  A pan-Arctic synthesis of CH 4 and CO 2 production from anoxic soil incubations. Global Change Biology. :n/a-n/a.
Sholtis JD, Gunderson CA, Norby RJ, Tissue DT.  2004.  Persistent stimulation of photosynthesis by elevated CO2 in a sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua) forest stand. New Phytologist. 162:343–354.
McMurtrie RE, Iversen CM, Dewar RC, Medlyn BE, Näsholm T, Pepper DA, Norby RJ.  2012.  Plant root distributions and nitrogen uptake predicted by a hypothesis of optimal root foraging. Ecology and Evolution. 2(6):1235-1250.
Schädel C, Bader MK-F, Schuur EAG, Biasi C, Bracho R, Čapek P, De Baets S, áková řina, Ernakovich J, Estop-Aragones C et al..  2016.  Potential carbon emissions dominated by carbon dioxide from thawed permafrost soils. Nature Climate Change.
Walker AP, Zaehle S, Medlyn BE, De Kauwe MG, Asao S, Hickler T, Parton W, Ricciuto DM, Wang Y-P, Wårlind D et al..  2015.  Predicting long-term carbon sequestration in response to CO 2 enrichment: How and why do current ecosystem models differ? Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 29(4):476-495.
M. McCormack L, Dickie IA, Eissenstat DM, Fahey TJ, Fernandez CW, Guo D, Helmisaari H-S, Hobbie EA, Iversen CM, Jackson RB et al..  2015.  Redefining fine roots improves understanding of below-ground contributions to terrestrial biosphere processes. New Phytologist. :n/a-n/a.
Franks PJ, Adams MA, Amthor JS, Barbour MM, Berry JA, Ellsworth DS, Farquhar GD, Ghannoum O, Lloyd J, McDowell N et al..  2013.  Sensitivity of plants to changing atmospheric CO 2 concentration: from the geological past to the next century. New Phytologist. 197(4):1077-1094.
Lynch DJ, Matamala R, Iversen CM, Norby RJ, Gonzalez-Meler MA.  2013.  Stored carbon partly fuels fine-root respiration but is not used for production of new fine roots. New Phytologist. 199(2):420-430.
Cernusak LA, Winter K, Dalling JW, Holtum JAM, Jaramillo C, Körner C, Leakey ADB, Norby RJ, Poulter B, Turner BL et al..  2013.  Tropical forest responses to increasing atmospheric CO2: current knowledge and opportunities for future research. Functional Plant Biology. 40(6):531.
Iversen CM, Sloan VL, Sullivan PF, Euskirchen ES, A. McGuire D, Norby RJ, Walker AP, Warren J, Wullschleger SD.  2015.  The unseen iceberg: plant roots in arctic tundra. New Phytologist. 205:34-58.
Medlyn BE, Zaehle S, De Kauwe MG, Walker AP, Dietze MC, Hanson PJ, Hickler T, Jain AK, Luo Y, Parton W et al..  2015.  Using ecosystem experiments to improve vegetation models. Nature Climate Change. 5(6):528-534.
Medlyn BE, De Kauwe MG, Zaehle önke, Walker AP, Duursma RA, Luus K, Mishurov M, Pak B, Smith B, Wang Y-P et al..  2016.  Using models to guide field experiments: a priori predictions for the CO 2 response of a nutrient- and water-limited native Eucalypt woodland. Global Change Biology. 22(8):2834-2851.
Wicklein HF, Ollinger SV, Martin ME, Hollinger DY, Lepine LC, Day MC, Bartlett MK, Richardson AD, Norby RJ.  2012.  Variation in foliar nitrogen and albedo in response to nitrogen fertilization and elevated CO2. Oecologia. 169(4):915-925.
De Kauwe MG, Medlyn BE, Zaehle S, Walker AP, Dietze MC, Wang Y-P, Luo Y, Jain AK, El-Masri B, Hickler T et al..  2014.  Where does the carbon go? A model-data intercomparison of vegetation carbon allocation and turnover processes at two temperate forest free-air CO 2 enrichment sites New Phytologist. 203(3):883-899.
McMurtrie RE, Norby RJ, Medlyn BE, Dewar RC, Pepper DA, Reich PB, Barton CVM.  2008.  Why is plant-growth response to elevated CO2 amplified when water is limiting, but reduced when nitrogen is limiting? A growth-optimisation hypothesis Functional Plant Biology. 35(6):521.