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Press Release 11-101
Big Clue to Future Climate Change in Small Plants

Scientists find surprising response to higher levels of carbon dioxide in 13 species of grassland plants

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Photo of a wild lupine at NSF's Cedar Creek Long-Term Ecological Research site in Minnesota.

A wild lupine blooms at NSF's Cedar Creek Long-Term Ecological Research site in Minnesota.

Credit: BioCON Experiment/NSF Cedar Creek LTER Site


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Photo of two 20-meter-diameter BioCON study rings each with two-meter by two-meter plots.

Two 20-meter-diameter BioCON study rings are shown, each containing two-meter by two-meter plots.

Credit: BioCON Experiment/NSF Cedar Creek LTER Site


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Photo of Tali Lee with student intern Ann Karpinski taking measurements of plant response to CO2.

Scientist Tali Lee takes measurements of plant response to CO2 with student intern Ann Karpinski.

Credit: BioCON Experiment/NSF Cedar Creek LTER Site


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Photo of carbon dioxide delivery pipes and valves.

Carbon dioxide delivery pipes and valves are part of the BioCON experiment.

Credit: BioCON Experiment/NSF Cedar Creek LTER Site


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Photo of ecologist Susan Barrott with student research crew.

Ecologist Susan Barrott works with a student research crew (Kally Worm, Lauren Losek and Emily Hockman).

Credit: BioCON Experiment/NSF Cedar Creek LTER Site


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Photo of the portable carbon dioxide gas exchange system which measures grass leaf photosynthesis.

The portable carbon dioxide gas exchange system measures grass leaf photosynthesis.

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