This book is one major product of a conference sponsored by the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, the USDA Forest Service Global Change Northern Stations Program, the Arthur Ross Foundation, NCASI, the Canadian Forest Service, and Michigan Technological University. The conference, held in May 2000 in Houghton, Michigan, USA, was appropriately titled "Air Pollution, Global Change, and Forests in the New Millennium". The Editors, David Karnosky, Kevin Percy, Art Chappelka, Caroline Simpson, and Janet Pikkarainen organized the conference and edited this book.
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6. Limitations and perspectives about scaling ozone impacts in trees (T.E. Kolb, R. Matyssek). 7. Simulating the growth response of aspen to elevated ozone: A mechanistic approach from leaf-level photosynthesis to complex architecture (M.J. Martin, G.E. Host et al.). 8. Ozone affects the fitness of trembling aspen (D.F. Karnosky, K. Percy et al.). 9. Responses of Aleppo pine to O3 (R. Alonso, S. Elvira et al.). 10. Ozone affects Scots pine phenology and growth (S. Manninen, R. Sorjamaa et al.). 11. Ozone affects leaf surface-pest interactions (K.E. Percy, B. Mankovska et al.). 12. Ultrastructural response of a Mediterranean shrub species to O3 (F. Bussotti, E. Gravano et al.). 13. Ozone injury symptoms on vegetation in an alpine valley, North Italy (F. Bussotti, C. Mazzali et al.). Acidic Deposition. 14. Forest growth and critical air pollutant loads in Scandinavia (C. Nellemann, M.G. Thomsen et al.). 15. Norway spruce mortality and critical air pollutant loads (M.G. Thomsen, C. Nellemann). 16. Beech foliar chemical composition: A bioindicator of air pollution stress (G. Amores, J.M. Santamaria). 17. Atmospheric contamination of a wilderness park near a smelter in northern Michigan (W. Beer, E. Jepsen, J. Roth). 18. Mycorrhizal community structure of Scots pine trees exposed to acidic deposition (M. Rudawska, B. Kieliszewska-Rokicka et al.). Interaction of Air Pollutants and Climate Change. 19. Responses of forests in the northern U.S. to air pollution and climate change (R.A. Mickler, S.G. McNulty et al.). 20. An intensive monitoring study of air pollution stress in a beech forest in Spain (J.M. Santamaria, G. Amores et al.). 21. Effects of elevated carbon dioxide and acidic rain on the growth of Holm oak (E. Paoletti, F. Manes). 22. Effects of elevated CO2 and O3 on aspen clones of varying O3 sensitivity: Can CO2 ameliorate the harmful effects of O3? (B. Wustman, E. Oksanen et al.). 23. Growth responses of aspen clones to elevated carbon dioxide and ozone (J.G. Isebrands, E.P. McDonald et al.). Conclusions and Research Needs. 24. State of science and gaps in our knowledge in relation to air pollution (M. Ferretti, J. Bucher et al.). 25. Air pollution and global change impacts on forest ecosystems: Monitoring and research needs (D.F. Karnosky, K.E. Percy et al.). Author Index. Subject Index.
Kevin E Percy Wood Buffalo Environmental Association, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.
A.H. Chappelka School of Forestry, Auburn University, AL, USA.
C. Simpson Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Atlantic Forestry Centre, Fredericton, NB, Canada.
J. Pikkarainen School of Forestry and Wood Products, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI, USA.