His main research concerns Ecosystem, Botany, Photosynthesis, Ecology and Carbon dioxide. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Parasitoid, Insect, Herbivore and Agronomy. His work deals with themes such as Biomass, Scirpus and Horticulture, which intersect with Botany.
His work in Ecology tackles topics such as Environmental chemistry which are related to areas like Nitrogen fixation. Carbon dioxide and Animal science are commonly linked in his work. His Photosynthetic acclimation study combines topics in areas such as Carbon-to-nitrogen ratio, Transpiration, Nutrient and Stomatal conductance.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Botany, Ecosystem, Carbon dioxide, Agronomy and Ecology. Bert G. Drake works in the field of Botany, namely Photosynthesis. His Photosynthesis research includes elements of Canopy and Acclimatization.
His Ecosystem research integrates issues from Biomass, Florida scrub, Soil water, Nutrient and Wetland. His study focuses on the intersection of Carbon dioxide and fields such as Soil respiration with connections in the field of Ecosystem respiration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nutrient cycle, Abundance, Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Shrub in addition to Agronomy.
Ecosystem, Ecology, Biomass, Agronomy and Terrestrial ecosystem are his primary areas of study. His Ecosystem research includes themes of Environmental chemistry and Nutrient. His studies deal with areas such as Nutrient cycle, Canopy, Quercus myrtifolia and Quercus geminata as well as Agronomy.
His Terrestrial ecosystem research incorporates elements of Carbon sequestration and Soil carbon. His work in Litter addresses issues such as Abundance, which are connected to fields such as Botany. His biological study focuses on Photosynthesis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecosystem, Eddy covariance, Carbon cycle, Terrestrial ecosystem and Agronomy. His Ecosystem study is concerned with Ecology in general. Bert G. Drake combines subjects such as Daytime, Atmospheric sciences, Diurnal cycle and Climate model with his study of Eddy covariance.
His studies in Carbon cycle integrate themes in fields like Carbon sequestration, Climatology and Carbon sink. His work investigates the relationship between Carbon sink and topics such as Soil carbon that intersect with problems in Carbon dioxide. His Agronomy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Spartina patens, Scirpus, Wetland and Ecosystem respiration.
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More Efficient Plants : a consequence of rising atmospheric CO2
Bert G. Drake;Miquel A. Gonzàlez-Meler;Steve P. Long.
Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology (1997)
Altered soil microbial community at elevated CO2 leads to loss of soil carbon
Karen M. Carney;Bruce A. Hungate;Bert G. Drake;J. Patrick Megonigal.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Observed increase in local cooling effect of deforestation at higher latitudes
Xuhui Lee;Michael L. Goulden;David Y. Hollinger;Alan Barr.
PREDICTING ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES TO ELEVATED CO2 CONCENTRATIONS
H. A. Mooney;Bert G. Drake;R. J. Luxmoore;W. C. Oechel.
Growth and senescence in plant communities exposed to elevated CO2 concentrations on an estuarine marsh.
Peter S. Curtis;Bert G. Drake;Paul W. Leadley;Willem J. Arp.
Photosynthetic CO 2 assimilation and rising atmospheric CO 2 concentrations
Stephen P. Long;Bert G. Drake.
Crop Photosynthesis#R##N#Spatial and Temporal Determinants (1992)
Effect of the Long-Term Elevation of CO2 Concentration in the Field on the Quantum Yield of Photosynthesis of the C3 Sedge, Scirpus olneyi
Stephen P. Long;Bert G. Drake.
Plant Physiology (1991)
Estimation of Net Ecosystem Carbon Exchange for the Conterminous United States by Combining MODIS and AmeriFlux Data
Jingfeng Xiao;Qianlai Zhuang;Dennis D. Baldocchi;Beverly E. Law.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2008)
Growth and photosynthetic response of nine tropical species with long-term exposure to elevated carbon dioxide.
L. H. Ziska;K. P. Hogan;A. P. Smith;B. G. Drake.
Nitrogen and carbon dynamics in C3 and C4 estuarine marsh plants grown under elevated CO2 in situ.
Peter S. Curtis;Bert G. Drake;Dennis F. Whigham.
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