PUBLICATIONS

 

27. Berthrong, S.T. and A.C. Finzi (2006)  Amino acid cycling in three cold-temperate forests.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry (In Press).

26. Finzi, A.C., D.J.P. Moore, E.H. DeLucia, J. Lichter, K.S. Hofmockel, R.B. Jackson, H.S. Kim, R. Matamala, H.R. McCarthy, R. Oren, J.S. Pippen, and W.H. Schlesinger.  2006.  Progressive N Limitation in the Duke Forest FACE Experiment:  A Six Year Synthesis.  Invited Special Features, Ecology 87:xxx-xxx.

25. Finzi, A.C., Sinsabaugh, R.L., T.M. Long, and M.P. Osgood (2006) Microbial community responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment in a Pinus taeda forest. Ecosystems (In Press).

24. Finzi, A.C. and S.T. Berthrong (2005).  The uptake of amino acids by microbes and trees in three cold-temperate forests.  Ecology 86:xxx-xxx (In Press).

23. Norby, RJ, DeLucia, EH, Gielen, B, Calfapietra, C, King JS, Ledford, J, Giardina, CP, McCarthy, HR, Moore, DJ, Oren, R, Finzi, AC.  (2005).  Forest response to elevated CO2 is conserved across a broad range of productivity.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (In Press).

22. Lichter J, Barron S., Finzi A.C., Irving K.F., Roberts M., Stemmler E.A., and W.H. Schlesinger (2005). Soil carbon sequestration and turnover in a pine forest after six years of atmospheric CO2 enrichment. Ecology 86:1835-1847

21. Luo, Y., Su, B., Currie, W.S., Dukes, J. S., Finzi A.C., Hartwig, U., Hungate B, McMurtrie R, Oren, R., Parton, W., Pataki, D., Shaw R.M., Zak, D.R., and C.B. Field.  2004. Progressive nitrogen limitation of ecosystem responses to rising atmospheric CO2. Bioscience 54(8):731-739.

20. Finzi, A.C., E.H. DeLucia, and W.H. Schlesinger. 2004. Canopy N and P dynamics of a southeastern US forest exposed to elevated CO2. Biogeochemistry 69:363-378.

19. Finzi, A.C., and W.H. Schlesinger. 2003. Soil-N cycling in a pine forest exposed to five years of elevated CO2. Ecosystems 6(5):444-456.

18. Zak, D.R., W.E. Holmes, A.C. Finzi, R.J. Norby, and W.H. Schlesinger. 2003. Soil nitrogen cycling under elevated CO2: a synthesis of forest FACE experiments. Ecological Applications 13:1508-1514.

17. Schafer, K.V.R., Oren, R., Ellsworth, D.S., Lai C.T., Herrick, J.D., Finzi, A.C. , Richter, D.D., and Katul, G.G. 2003. Exposure to enriched atmospheric CO2 alters carbon assimilation and allocation in a pine forest ecosystem. Global Change Biology 9:1378-1400

16. Luo, Y., L.W. White, J.G. Canadell, E.H. DeLucia, D.S. Ellsworth, A.C. Finzi, J. Lichter, and W.H. Schlesinger. 2003. Sustainability of terrestrial carbon sequestration: a case study in the Duke Forest using an inversion approach. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 17:1021

15. Finzi, A.C. , and W.H. Schlesinger. 2002. Species control variation in litter decomposition in an pine forest exposed to elevated CO2. Global Change Biology 8:1217-1229.

14. Finzi, A.C. , DeLucia, E.H., Hamilton, J.G., Richter, D.D., and W.H. Schlesinger. 2002. The nitrogen budget of a pine forest under free-air CO2 enrichment. Oecologia 132:567-578. PDF Version

13. Hamilton, J.S., DeLucia, E.H., George, K., Naidu, S.L., Finzi, A.C., and W.H. Schlesinger. 2002. Forest carbon balance under elevated CO2. Oecologia 131:250-260. PDF Version

12. Geider, R.J., E.H. DeLucia, P.G. Falkowski, A.C. Finzi, J.P. Grime, J. Grace, T.M. Kana, J. LaRoche, S.P. Long, B.A. Osborne, T. Platt, I.C. Prentice, J.A. Raven, W.H. Schlesinger, V. Smetacek, V. Stuart, S. Sathyendaranth, R.B. Thomas, T.C. Vogleman, P. Williams, and F.I. Woodward. 2001. Primary productivity of plant earth: biological determinants and physical constraints in terrestrial and aquatic habitats. Global Change Biology 8:849-882.PDF Version

11. Finzi, A.C., A.S. Allen, D.S. Ellsworth, E.H. DeLucia, and W.H. Schlesinger. 2001. Aboveground litter production, chemistry, and decomposition following two years of Free-Air CO2 Enrichment. Ecology 82(2):470-484. PDF Version

10. Finzi, A.C. , and C.D. Canham. 2000. Sapling growth in response to light and nitrogen availability in a southern New England forest. Forest Ecology and Management 131:153-165. PDF Version

9. Allen, A.S., J.A. Andrews, A.C. Finzi, R. Matamala, D.R. Richter, and W.H. Schlesinger. 2000. Effects of free-air CO2 enrichment on belowground processes in a loblolly pine forest. Ecological Applications 10(2):437-448. PDF Version

8. DeLucia, E.H., S.L. Naidu, R.B. Thomas, J.A. Andrews, A.C. Finzi, G.R. Hendrey, and W.H. Schlesinger. 1999. Net carbon storage in an intact forest under experimental CO2 enrichment. Science 284:1177 - 1179. PDF Version

7. Finzi, A.C ., and C.D. Canham. 1998. Non-additive effects of litter mixtures on net N mineralization in a northern hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 105:129 - 136. PDF Version

6. Finzi, A.C. , N. van Breemen, and C.D. Canham. 1998. Canopy tree-soil interactions within temperate forests: tree species effects on carbon and nitrogen. Ecological Applications 8(2):440 - 446. PDF Version

5. Finzi, A.C. , N. van Breemen, and C.D. Canham. 1998. Canopy tree-soil interactions within temperate forests: tree species effects on soil pH and exchangeable cations. Ecological Applications 8(2):447 - 454. PDF Version

4. Van Breemen, N, and A.C. Finzi,. 1998. Plant - soil interactions: ecological aspects and evolutionary implications. Biogeochemistry 42(1-2):1 - 19.

3. Van Breemen, N., A.C. Finzi, and C.D. Canham. 1997. Canopy tree-soil interactions within temperate forests: effects of fine-scale variation in soil texture on canopy tree distribution. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 27:1110 - 1116.

2. Thebaud, C., A.C. Finzi, L. Affre, M. Debussche, and J. Escarre. 1996. Assessing why two introduced Conyza differ in their ability to invade Mediterranean old fields. Ecology 77(3):791 - 804. PDF Version

1. Canham, C.D., A.C. Finzi, S.W. Pacala, and D.H. Burbank. 1994. Causes and consequences of resource heterogeneity in forests: interspecific variation in light transmission by canopy trees. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24:337 - 349.

 

Last Updated: 16 November 2005