His main research concerns Agronomy, Ecosystem, Ecology, Carbon dioxide and Botany. His studies deal with areas such as Carbon sequestration and Soil fertility as well as Agronomy. In Ecosystem, George R. Hendrey works on issues like Biomass, which are connected to Dissolved organic carbon, Aquatic ecosystem, Experimental forest and Acid rain.
His study in Ecology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Atmospheric sciences and Nitrogen cycle. His studies in Carbon dioxide integrate themes in fields like Water stress, Biomass, Carbon sink and Growing season. The Botany study which covers Horticulture that intersects with Pine forest, Stomatal conductance, Field conditions, Ecophysiology and Photosynthesis.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Carbon dioxide, Botany, Ecosystem and Agronomy. George R. Hendrey works mostly in the field of Ecology, limiting it down to topics relating to Atmospheric sciences and, in certain cases, Biome and Arid, as a part of the same area of interest. His Carbon dioxide research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Field experiment, Canopy, Animal science and Growing season.
The study of Botany is intertwined with the study of Horticulture in a number of ways. In his study, Environmental engineering and Precipitation is inextricably linked to Acid rain, which falls within the broad field of Ecosystem. His research in Agronomy tackles topics such as Carbon sequestration which are related to areas like Soil carbon and Primary production.
George R. Hendrey mostly deals with Eddy covariance, Ecology, Primary production, Atmospheric sciences and Carbon sequestration. He has included themes like Atmosphere, Biosphere, Eddy, Atmospheric instability and Potential temperature in his Eddy covariance study. His Primary production research integrates issues from Climatology and Evergreen.
His Atmospheric sciences research includes elements of Climate change and Biome. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental protection, Biomass, Productivity, Ecosystem and Climate extremes. The Ecosystem study combines topics in areas such as Soil carbon, Agronomy and Canopy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Primary production, Evergreen, Eddy covariance, Ecology and Canopy. His studies link Soil carbon with Primary production. His Evergreen research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Growing season, Extreme weather, Photosynthetic capacity, Tree canopy and Mediterranean climate.
His Ecology research includes themes of Atmospheric sciences and Precipitation. His research integrates issues of Drought resistance, Agronomy, Resistance, Tree ring data and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index in his study of Canopy. The concepts of his Agronomy study are interwoven with issues in Carbon sequestration and Temperate forest, Ecosystem.
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Soil fertility limits carbon sequestration by forest ecosystems in a CO 2 -enriched atmosphere
Ram Oren;David S Ellsworth;David S Ellsworth;Kurt H Johnsen;Nathan C. Phillips.
Plant diversity enhances ecosystem responses to elevated CO2 and nitrogen deposition
Peter Bernard Reich;Jean Knops;David Tilman;Joseph M Craine.
Net primary production of a forest ecosystem with experimental CO2 enrichment
Evan H. DeLucia;Jason G. Hamilton;Shawna L. Naidu;Richard B. Thomas.
A free‐air enrichment system for exposing tall forest vegetation to elevated atmospheric CO2
George R. Hendrey;David S. Ellsworth;Keith F. Lewin;JohN. Nagy.
Global Change Biology (1999)
Experimental Acidification of a Stream in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, New Hampshire
Ronald J. Hall;Gene E. Likens;Sandy B. Fiance;George R. Hendrey;George R. Hendrey.
Altered performance of forest pests under atmospheres enriched by CO2 and O3.
Kevin E. Percy;Caroline S. Awmack;Richard L. Lindroth;Mark E. Kubiske.
Growth response of Trifolium repens L. and Lolium perenne L. as monocultures and bi‐species mixture to free air CO2 enrichment and management
Thomas Hebeisen;Andreas Lüscher;Silvia Zanetti;Bernt Fischer.
Global Change Biology (1997)
Tropospheric O3 moderates responses of temperate hardwood forests to elevated CO2: a synthesis of molecular to ecosystem results from the Aspen FACE project
D. F. Karnosky;D. R. Zak;K. S. Pregitzer;K. S. Pregitzer;C. S. Awmack.
Functional Ecology (2003)
Scaling ozone responses of forest trees to the ecosystem level in a changing climate
D. F. Karnosky;Kurt S. Pregitzer;Donald R. Zak;Mark E. Kubiske.
Plant Cell and Environment (2005)
Stimulation of Symbiotic N2 Fixation in Trifolium repens L. under Elevated Atmospheric pCO2 in a Grassland Ecosystem.
S. Zanetti;U. A. Hartwig;A. Luscher;T. Hebeisen.
Plant Physiology (1996)
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