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The Unique DOE BER Free-Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE) experiments quantified the effects of elevated concentrations of both CO2 and ozone on the ecology and productivity of ecosystems, enhancing the predictability of their responses to environmental change.

Credit or Source: Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Citation(s):

US DOE. May 2010. Terrestrial Ecosystem Science: Climate and Environmental Sciences Division, US Department of Energy Office of Science. (p. 1) (website)

US DOE. Climate Placemat: Energy-Climate Nexus, US Department of Energy Office of Science. (website)

US DOE. May 2010. Terrestrial Ecosystem Science: Climate and Environmental Sciences Division, US Department of Energy Office of Science. (p. 1) (website)

US DOE. Climate Placemat: Energy-Climate Nexus, US Department of Energy Office of Science. (website)

US DOE. May 2010. Terrestrial Ecosystem Science: Climate and Environmental Sciences Division, US Department of Energy Office of Science. (p. 1) (website)

US DOE. Climate Placemat: Energy-Climate Nexus, US Department of Energy Office of Science. (website)

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