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Beerling, D. J.
Beerling, David
Beerling, David J.
David Beerling
David Beerling (British scientist)
ビアリング, デイヴィッド
ベアリング, ディビッド
Dates: 
1965-
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Oikawa, Takehisa (1942-)
University of Sheffield
Woodward, F. I.
Woodward, F. Ian
Woodward, F.I.
Woodward, Frank Ian
及川, 武久 (1942-)
Titles: 
Atmospheric carbon dioxide linked with Mesozoic and early Cenozoic climate change
Atmospheric CO2 and temperature reconstructions for the Younger Dryas in Atlantic Canada
atmospheric pCO sub(2) reconstruction across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary from leaf megafossils, An
atmospheric pCO2 reconstruction across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary from leaf megafossils., An
Biogeochemical constraints on the Triassic-Jurassic boundary carbon cycle event
Biological weathering and the long-term carbon cycle: integrating mycorrhizal evolution and function into the current paradigm
BRYOCARB: A process-based model of thallose liverwort carbon isotope fractionation in response to CO sub(2), O sub(2), light and temperature
Carbon isotope discrimination and stomatal responses of mature Pinus sylvestris L. trees exposed in situ for three years to elevated CO sub(2) and temperature
Carbon isotope discrimination and stomatal responses of mature Pinus sylvestris L. trees exposed in situ for three years to elevated CO~2 and temperature
Carbon isotope evidence implying high O sub(2)/CO sub(2) ratios in the Permo-Carboniferous atmosphere
Carbon loss by deciduous trees in a CO2-rich ancient polar environment
Carbon loss by deciduous trees in a CO2-rich anient polar environment
CO sub(2) and the end-Triassic mass extinction
CO2 and the end-Triassic mass extinction.
CO2 as a primary driver of Phanerozoic climate
CO₂-forced evolution of plant gas exchange capacity and water-use efficiency over the Phanerozoic
Coevolution of photosynthetic organisms and the environment
Contrasting seasonal patterns of carbon gain in evergreen and deciduous trees of ancient polar forests
Critical issues in trace gas biogeochemistry and global change
Declining atmospheric CO^sub 2^ during the late Middle Eocene climate transition
effects of glacial atmospheric CO sub(2) concentrations and climate on isoprene emissions by vascular plants, The
effects of glacial atmospheric CO₂ concentrations and climate on isoprene emissions by vascular plants., The
emerald planet, The : how plants changed earth's history
End-Permian ozone shield unaffected by oceanic hydrogen sulphide and methane releases
Enhanced chemistry-climate feedbacks in past greenhouse worlds
Evidence for the recovery of terrestrial ecosystems ahead of marine primary production following a biotic crisis at the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary
Evolution of leaf-form in land plants linked to atmospheric CO sub(2) decline in the Late Palaeozoic era
Evolution of leaf-form in land plants linked to atmospheric CO2 decline in the Late Palaeozoic era
Evolution of stomatal function in 'lower' land plants
Feedbacks and the coevolution of plants and atmospheric CO2
Feeling the cold: atmospheric CO2 enrichment and the frost sensitivity of terrestrial plant foliage
Fossil bryophytes as recorders of ancient CO sub(2) levels: Experimental evidence and a Cretaceous case study
Fossil plants as indicators of the phanerozoic global carbon cycle
Fungal fidelity in the myco-heterotroph-to-autotroph life cycle of Lycopodiaceae: a case of parental nurture
future as the key to the past for palaeobotany?, The
High CO2 increases the freezing sensitivity of plants: Implications for paleoclimatic reconstructions from fossil floras
High resolution Holocene CO2 reconstruction from fossil plants
humid climate state during the Palaeocene/Eocene thermal maximum, A
Impact of a Permo-Carboniferous high O2 event on the terrestrial carbon cycle.
Impact of long-term CO2 enrichment on the frost sensitivity of woody plants
Increased terrestrial carbon storage across the Palaeocene-Eocene boundary
influence of vegetation activity on the Dole effect and its implications for changes in biospheric productivity in the mid-Holocene, The
influence of vegetation cover on soil organic matter preservation in Antarctica during the Mesozoic, The
Leaf Evolution : Gases, Genes and Geochemistry
Long-term growth of Ginkgo with CO(2) enrichment increases leaf ice nucleation temperatures and limits recovery of the photosynthetic system from freezing.
Long-term responses of boreal vegetation to global change : an experimental and modelling investigation
Low atmospheric CO(2) levels during the Permo- Carboniferous glaciation inferred from fossil lycopsids.
Maximum leaf conductance driven by CO₂ effects on stomatal size and density over geologic time.
Missing methane emissions from leaves of terrestrial plants
Natural Environment Research Council. Quantifying CO2 impacts on plant interactions Mesozoic
Nature's green revolution: the remarkable evolutionary rise of C4 plants.
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OPINION: The origin of the savanna biome
origin of the savanna biome, The
Palaeoclimatology. CO2 and the end-Triassic mass extinction
Palaeozoic CO2 change and leaf evolution: an interdisciplinary investigation
Paleobotanical evidence for near present-day levels of atmospheric Co2 during part of the tertiary.
penalty of a long, hot summer. Photosynthetic acclimation to high CO2 and continuous light in "living fossil" conifers., The
Phanerozoic atmospheric CO2 change: Evaluating geochemical and paleobiological approaches
Physiological ecology of Mesozoic polar forests in a high CO2 environment.
Plant development: Signals from mature to new leaves
Plant spore walls as a record of long-term changes in ultraviolet-B radiation
process-based model of conifer forest structure and function with special emphasis on leaf lifespan, A
Quantitative estimates of changes in marine and terrestrial primary productivity over the past 300 million years
Rapid (10-yr) recovery of terrestrial productivity in a simulation study of the terminal Cretaceous impact event
Rapid determination of spore chemistry using thermochemolysis gas chromatography-mass spectrometry and micro-Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy.
role of the terrestrial biosphere in Holocene carbon cycle dynamics, The
Shokusei to taiki no 4okunen : Rikuiki tanso junkan no moderingu
stability of the stratospheric ozone layer during the end-Permian eruption of the Siberian Traps., The
Terrestrial ecosystem responses to global environmental change across the Cretaceous-Tertiary boundary
Testing the responses of a dynamic global vegetation model to environmental change: a comparison of observations and predictions
two-dimensional atmospheric chemistry modeling investigation of Earth's Phanerozoic O sub(3) and near-surface ultraviolet radiation history, A
Understanding the distribution and ecology of ancient polar forests and the influence on climate
Use of fossil plants to detect major changes in the global carbon cycle across the Triassic-Jurassic boundary
Vegetation and the terrestrial carbon cycle : modelling the first 400 million years
Vegetation-climate-atmosphere interactions, c1998:
Zimmermann's telome theory of megaphyll leaf evolution: a molecular and cellular critique
植生と大気の4億年 : 陸域炭素循環のモデリング
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ACTA OECOLOGICA
ANNALS OF BOTANY -LONDON- OUP THEN ACADEMIC PRESS THEN OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS-
GEOBIOLOGY
GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY
PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
PROCEEDINGS- ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON B
TRENDS IN ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
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