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Drake, Bert G. 2014. Rising sea level, temperature, and precipitation impact plant and ecosystem responses to elevated CO2 on a Chesapeake Bay wetland: Review of a 28 year study. Global Change Biology, 20(11): 3329-3343. doi:10.1111/gcb.12631

Day, Frank P., Schroeder, Rachel E., Stover, Daniel B., Brown, Alisha L. P., Butnor, John R., Dilustro, John, Hungate, Bruce A., Dijkstra, Paul, Duval, Benjamin D., Seiler, Troy J., Drake, Bert G. and Hinkle, C. R. 2013. The effects of 11 yr of CO2 enrichment on roots in a Florida scrub-oak ecosystem. New Phytologist, 200(3): 778-787. doi:10.1111/nph.12246

Duval, Benjamin D., Dijkstra, Paul, Drake, Bert G., Johnson, Dale W., Ketterer, Michael E., Megonigal, J. Patrick and Hungate, Bruce A. 2013. Element Pool Changes within a Scrub-Oak Ecosystem after 11 Years of Exposure to Elevated CO2. Plos One, 8(5): e64386 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064386

Erickson, John E., Peresta, Gary, Montovan, Kathryn J. and Drake, Bert G. 2013. Direct and indirect effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on net ecosystem production in a Chesapeake Bay tidal wetland. Global Change Biology, 19(11): 3368-3378. doi:10.1111/gcb.12316

Hungate, Bruce A., Day, Frank P., Dijkstra, Paul, Duval, Benjamin D., Hinkle, C. R., Langley, J. A., Megonigal, J. Patrick, Stiling, Peter, Johnson, Dale W. and Drake, Bert G. 2013. Fire, hurricane and carbon dioxide: effects on net primary production of a subtropical woodland. New Phytologist, 200(3): 767-777. doi:10.1111/nph.12409

Stiling, Peter, Moon, Daniel, Rossi, Anthony, Forkner, Rebecca, Hungate, Bruce A., Day, Frank P., Schroeder, Rachel E. and Drake, Bert G. 2013. Direct and legacy effects of long-term elevated CO2 on fine root growth and plant–insect interactions. New Phytologist, 200(3): 788-795. doi:10.1111/nph.12295

Duval, Benjamin D., Dijkstra, Paul, Natali, Susan M., Megonigal, J. Patrick, Ketterer, Michael E., Drake, Bert G., Lerdau, Manuel T., Gordon, Gwyneth, Anbar, Ariel D. and Hungate, Bruce A. 2011. Plant-Soil Distribution of Potentially Toxic Elements in Response to Elevated Atmospheric CO2. Environmental science & technology, 45(7): 2570-2574. doi:10.1021/es102250u

Lee, Xuhui, Goulden, Michael L., Hollinger, David Y., Barr, Alan, Black, T. Andrew, Bohrer, Gil, Bracho, Rosvel, Drake, Bert G., Goldstein, Allen, Gu, Lianhong, Katul, Gabriel, Kolb, Thomas, Law, Beverly E., Margolis, Hank, Meyers, Tilden, Monson, Russell, Munger, William, Oren, Ram, Kyaw Tha Paw U, Richardson, Andrew D., Schmid, Hans Peter, Staebler, Ralf, Wofsy, Steven and Zhao, Lei. 2011. Observed increase in local cooling effect of deforestation at higher latitudes. Nature, 479(7373): 384-387. doi:10.1038/nature10588

Li, J., Erickson, John E., Peresta, Gary and Drake, Bert G. 2010. Evapotranspiration and water use efficiency in a Chesapeake Bay wetland under carbon dioxide enrichment. Global Change Biology, 16(1): 234-245. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01941.x

Stiling, Peter, Forkner, Rebecca and Drake, Bert G. 2010. Long-term exposure to elevated CO2 in a Florida scrub-oak forest increases herbivore densities but has no effect on other arthropod guilds. Insect Conservation and Diversity, 3(2): 152-156. doi:10.1111/j.1752-4598.2010.00080.x

Stover, Dan B., Day, Frank P., Drake, Bert G. and Hinkle, C. Ross. 2010. The long-term effects of CO2 enrichment on fine root productivity, mortality, and survivorship in a scrub-oak ecosystem at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA. Environmental and experimental botany, 69(2): 214-222. doi:10.1016/j.envexpbot.2010.03.003

Xiao, Jingfeng, Zhuang, Qianlai, Law, Beverly E., Baldocchi, Dennis D., Chen, Jiquan, Richardson, Andrew D., Melillo, Jerry M., Davis, Kenneth J., Hollinger, David Y., Wharton, Sonia, Oren, Ram, Noormets, Asko, Fischer, Marc L., Verma, Shashi B., Cook, David R., Sun, Ge, McNulty, Steve, Wofsy, Steven C., Bolstad, Paul V., Burns, Sean P., Curtis, Peter S., Drake, Bert G., Falk, Matthias, Foster, David R., Gu, Lianhong, et al. 2010. Assessing net ecosystem carbon exchange of U.S. terrestrial ecosystems by integrating eddy covariance flux measurements and satellite observations. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 151(1): 60-69. doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2010.09.002

Xiao, Jingfeng, Zhuang, Qianlai, Law, Beverly E., Chen, Jiquan, Baldocchi, Dennis D., Cook, David R., Oren, Ram, Richardson, Andrew D., Wharton, Sonia, Ma, Siyan, Martin, Timothy A., Verma, Shashi B., Suyker, Andrew E., Scott, Russell L., Monson, Russell K., Litvak, Marcy, Hollinger, David Y., Sun, Ge, Davis, Kenneth J., Bolstad, Paul V., Burns, Sean P., Curtis, Peter S., Drake, Bert G., Falk, Matthias, Fischer, Marc L., et al. 2010. A continuous measure of gross primary production for the conterminous United States derived from MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 114(3): 576-591. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2009.10.013

Yi, Chuixiang, Ricciuto, Daniel, Li, Runze, Wolbeck, John, Xu, Xiyan, Nilsson, Mats, Aires, Luis, Albertson, John D., Ammann, Christof, Arain, M. Altaf, de Araujo, Alessandro C., Aubinet, Marc, Aurela, Mika, Barcza, Zoltán, Barr, Alan, Berbigier, Paul, Beringer, Jason, Bernhofer, Christian, Black, Andrew T., Bolstad, Paul V., Bosveld, Fred C., Broadmeadow, Mark,S. J., Buchmann, Nina, Burns, Sean P., Cellier, Pierre, et al. 2010. Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents. Environmental Research Letters, 5(3): 034007 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/5/3/034007

Keller, Jason K., Wolf, Amelia A., Weisenhorn, Pamela B., Drake, Bert G. and Megonigal, J. Patrick. 2009. Elevated CO2 affects porewater chemistry in a brackish marsh. Biogeochemistry, 96(1-3): 101-117. doi:10.1007/s10533-009-9347-3

Langley, J. A., McKinley, Duncan C., Wolf, Amelia A., Hungate, Bruce A., Drake, Bert G. and Megonigal, J. Patrick. 2009. Priming depletes soil carbon and releases nitrogen in a scrub-oak ecosystem exposed to elevated CO2. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 41(1): 54-60.

McKinley, D. C., Romero, J. C., Hungate, Bruce A., Drake, Bert G. and Megonigal, J. Patrick. 2009. Does soil N availability sustain long-term ecosystem response to elevated CO2?. Global Change Biology, 15(8): 2035-2048. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2008.01836.x

Seiler, Troy J., Rasse, Daniel P., Li, Jiahong, Dijkstra, Paul, Anderson, Hans P., Johnson, David P., Powell, Thomas L., Hungate, Bruce A., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2009. Disturbance, rainfall and contrasting species responses mediated aboveground biomass response to 11 years of CO2 enrichment in a Florida scrub-oak ecosystem. Global Change Biology, 15(2): 356-367. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2008.01740.x

Stiling, P., Moon, D., Rossi, A., Hungate, Bruce A. and Drake, Bert G. 2009. Seeing the forest for the trees: long-term exposure to elevated CO2 increases from herbivore densities. Global Change Biology, 15(8): 1895-1902. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01902.x

Bracho, R., Powell, T. L., Dore, S., Li, J. H., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2008. Environmental and biological controls on water and energy exchange in Florida scrub oak and pine flatwoods ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research. Biogeosciences, 113: G02004

Xiao, Jingfeng, Zhuang, Qianlai, Baldocchi, Dennis D., Law, Beverly E., Richardson, Andrew D., Chen, Jiquan, Oren, Ram, Starr, Gregory, Noormets, Asko, Ma, Siyan, Verma, Shashi B., Wharton, Sonia, Wofsy, Steven C., Bolstad, Paul V., Burns, Sean P., Cook, David R., Curtis, Peter S., Drake, Bert G., Falk, Matthias, Fischer, Marc L., Foster, David R., Gu, Lianhong, Hadley, Julian L., Hollinger, David Y., Katul, Gabriel G., et al. 2008. Estimation of net ecosystem carbon exchange for the conterminous United States by combining MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 148(11): 1827-1847. doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2008.06.015

Brown, A. L. P., Day, F. P., Hungate, Bruce A., Drake, Bert G. and Hinkle, C. Ross. 2007. Root biomass and nutrient dynamics in a scrub-oak ecosystem under the influence of elevated atmospheric CO2. Plant and Soil, 292: 219-232.

Carney, K. M., Hungate, Bruce A., Drake, Bert G. and Megonigal, J. Patrick. 2007. Altered soil microbial community at elevated CO2 leads to loss of soil carbon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 104: 4990-4995.

Erickson, John E., Megonigal, J. Patrick, Peresta, Gary and Drake, Bert G. 2007. Salinity and sea level mediate elevated CO2 effects on C3–C4 plant interactions and tissue nitrogen in a Chesapeake Bay tidal wetland. Global Change Biology, 13(1): 202-215. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2006.01285.x

Li, Jinhong, Johnson, D. P., Dijkstra, P., Hungate, Bruce A., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2007. Elevated CO2 mitigates the adverse effects of drought on daytime net ecosystem CO2 exchange and photosynthesis in a Florida scrub-oak ecosystem. Photosynthetica, 45(1): 51-58. doi:10.1007/s11099-007-0008-2

Li, Jinhong, Powell, T. L., Seiler, T. J., Johnson, D. P., Anderson, H. P., Bracho, R., Hungate, Bruce A., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2007. Impacts of Hurricane Frances on Florida scrub-oak ecosystem processes: defoliation, net CO2 exchange and interactions with elevated CO2. Global Change Biology, 13: 1101-1113.

Stover, Dan B., Day, F. P., Butnor, J. R. and Drake, Bert G. 2007. Effect of elevated CO-2 on coarse-root biomass in Florida scrub detected by ground-penetrating radar. Ecology, 88: 1328-1334.

Wolf, Amelia A., Drake, Bert G., Erickson, John E. and Megonigal, J. Patrick. 2007. An Oxygen-Mediated Positive Feedback Between Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Soil Organic Matter Decomposition in a Simulated Anaerobic Wetland. Global Change Biology, 13(9): 2036-2044. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2007.01407.x

Day, F. P., Stover, Dan B., Pagel, A. L., Hungate, Bruce A., Dilustro, J. J., Herbert, B. T., Drake, Bert G. and Hinkle, C. Ross. 2006. Rapid root closure after fire limits fine root responses to elevated atmospheric CO2 in a scrub oak ecosystem in central Florida, USA. Global Change Biology, 12: 1047-1053.

Hall, M. C., Stiling, P., Moon, D. C., Drake, Bert G. and Hunter, M. D. 2006. Elevated CO2 increases the long-term decomposition rate of Quercus myrtifolia leaf litter. Global Change Biology, 12: 568-577.

Hungate, Bruce A., Johnson, D. W., Dijkstra, P., Hymus, G., Stiling, P., Megonigal, J. Patrick, Pagel, A. L., Moan, J. L., Day, F., Li, Jinhong, Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2006. Nitrogen cycling during seven years of atmospheric CO2 enrichment in a scrub oak woodland. Ecology, 87: 26-40.

Powell, T. L., Bracho, R., Li, Jinhong, Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2006. Environmental controls over net ecosystem carbon exchange of scrub oak in central Florida. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 141: 19-34.

Alto, B. W., Yanoviak, S. P., Lounibos, L. P. and Drake, Bert G. 2005. Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on water chemistry and mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) growth under competitive conditions in container habitats. Florida Entomologist, 88: 372-382.

Cotrufo, M. F., Drake, Bert G. and Ehleringer, James R. 2005. Palatability trials on hardwood leaf litter grown under elevated atmospheric CO2 ; a stable carbon isotope study. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 37(6): 1105-1112.

Drake, Bert G. and Rasse, Daniel P. 2005. Case study : Climate change impacts on soil biodiversity in a grassland ecosystem -- Synergistic effects. In: Lovejoy, Thomas E., Climate change and biodiversity. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, pp.296-316.

Hall, Myra C., Stiling, Peter, Hungate, B. A., Drake, Bert G. and Hunter, M. D. 2005. Effects of elevated CO2 and herbivore damage on litter quality in a in a scrub oak system. Journal of chemical ecology, 31(10): 2343-2356.

Marsh, A. S., Rasse, D. P., Drake, B. G. and Patrick Megonigal, J. 2005. Effect of elevated CO 2 on carbon pools and fluxes in a brackish marsh. Estuaries, 28(5): 694-704.

Marsh, A. S., Rasse, Daniel P., Drake, Bert G. and Megonigal, J. Patrick. 2005. Carbon export from a brackish marsh exposed to elevated CO2. Estuaries, 28: 694-704.

Rasse, Daniel P., Peresta, G. and Drake, Bert G. 2005. Seventeen years of elevated CO2 exposure in a Chesapeake Bay Watershed: sustained but contrasting responses of plant growth and CO2 uptake. Global Change Biology, 11: 369-378.

Cornelissen, T., Stiling, P. and Drake, Bert G. 2004. Elevated CO2 decreases leaf fluctuating asymmetry and herbivory by leaf miners on two oak species. Global Change Biology, 10: 27-36.

Davey, Phillip A., Hunt, Stephen, Hymus, G. J., DeLucia, Evan H., Drake, Bert G., Karnofsky, David F. and Long, Stephen P. 2004. Respiratory Oxygen Uptake is Not Decreased by an Instantaneous Elevation of [CO2], but is Increased with Long-Term Growth in the field at Elevated [CO2]. Plant Physiology, 134(1): 520-527.

Hungate, Bruce A., Stiling, P. D., Dijkstra, P., Johnson, D. W., Ketterer, M. E., Hymus, G. J., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2004. CO2 elicits long-term decline in nitrogen fixation. Science, 304: 1291

Stiling, Peter, Moon, Daniel, Hymus, G. J. and Drake, Bert G. 2004. Differential effects of elevated CO2 on acorn density, weight, germination, and predation among three oak species in a scrub-oak forest. Global Change Biology, 10(2): 228-232.

Ainsworth, E. A., Tranel, P. J., Drake, Bert G. and Long, S. P. 2003. The clonal structure of Quercus geminata revealed by conserved microsatellite loci. Molecular Ecology, 12: 527-532.

Dore, S., Hymus, G. J., Johnson, D. P., Hinkle, C. Ross, Valentini, R. and Drake, Bert G. 2003. Cross validation of open-top chamber and eddy covariance measurements of ecosystem CO2 exchange in a Florida scrub-oak ecosystem. Global Change Biology, 9: 84-95.

Hymus, Graham J., Johnson, David P., Dore, Sabina, Anderson, Hans P., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2003. Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on net ecosystem CO2 exchange of a scrub–oak ecosystem. Global Change Biology, 9(12): 1802-1812.

Johnson, D. W., Hungate, B. A., Dijkstra, Paul, Hymus, G. J., Hinkle, C. R., Stiling, Peter and Drake, Bert G. 2003. The Effects of elevated CO2 on nutrient distribution in a fire adapted scrub oak forest. Ecological Applications, 13(5): 1388-1399.

Langley, J. A., Dijkstra, Paul, Drake, Bert G. and Hungate, Bruce A. 2003. Ectomycorrhizal colonization, biomass, and production in a regenerating scrub oak forest in response to elevated CO2. Ecosystems, 6(5): 424-430. doi:10.1007/PL00021509

Li, Jinhong, Dugas, W. A., Hymus, G. J., Johnson, D. P., Drake, Bert G. and Hungate, Bruce A. 2003. Direct and indirect effects of elevated CO2 on transpiration from Quercus myrtifolia in a scrub-oak ecosystem. Global Change Biology, 9(1): 96-105.

Pontailler, J. Y., Hymus, G. J. and Drake, Bert G. 2003. Estimation of leaf area index using ground-based remote sensed NDVI measurements: validation and comparison with two indirect techniques. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 29(3): 381

Rasse, Daniel P., Li, J. and Drake, Bert G. 2003. Carbon dioxide assimilation by a wetland sedge canopy exposed to ambient and elevated CO2: measurements and model analysis. Functional Ecology, 17: 222-230.

Stiling, P., Moon, D. C., Hunter, M. D., Rossi, A. M., Hymus, J. G. and Drake, Bert G. 2003. Elevated CO2 lowers relative and absolute herbivore density across all species of a scrub oak forest. Oecologia, 134: 82-87.

Dijkstra, P., Hymus, G., Colavito, D., Vieglais, D. A., Cundari, C. M., Johnson, D. P., Hungate, Bruce A., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2002. Elevated atmospheric CO2 stimulates aboveground biomasss in a fire-regenerated scrub-oak ecosystem. Global Change Biology, 8: 90-103.

Dilustro, J. J., Day, F. P., Drake, Bert G. and Hinkle, C. Ross. 2002. Abundance, production and mortality of fine roots under elevated atmospheric CO2 in an oak-scrub ecosystem. Environmental and experimental botany, 48: 149-159.

Drake, Bert G. 2002. Global change and stomatal research - 21st century agenda. New Phytologist, 152: 365-374.

Hungate, Bruce A., Reichstein, M., Dijkstra, P., Johnson, D., Hymus, G., Tenhunen, J. D. and Drake, Bert G. 2002. Evapotranspiration and soil water content in a scrub-oak woodland under carbon dioxide enrichment. Global Change Biology, 8: 289-298.

Hymus, G. J., Pontailler, J. Y., Li, J., Stiling, P., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 2002. Seasonal variability in the effect of elevated CO2 on ecosystem leaf area index in a scrub-oak ecosystem. Global Change Biology, 8(10): 931-940.

Hymus, G. J., Snead, T. G., Johnson, D., Hungate, Bruce A. and Drake, Bert G. 2002. Acclimation of photosynthesis and respiration to elevated atmospheric CO2 in two scrub oaks. Global Change Biology, 8: 317-328.

Klamer, M., Roberts, Miles S., Levine, L. H., Drake, Bert G. and Garland, J. L. 2002. Influence of elevated CO2 on the fungal community in a coastal scrub oak forest soil investigated with terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 68: 4370-4376.

Langley, J. A., Hungate, B. A. and Drake, Bert G. 2002. Extensive belowground carbon storage supports roots and mycorrhizae in regenerating scrub oaks. Oecologia, 131: 542-548.

Rasse, Daniel P., Stolaki, S., Peresta, G. and Drake, Bert G. 2002. Patterns of canopy-air CO2 concentration in a brackish wetland: analysis of a decade of measurements and the simulated effects on the vegetation. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 114: 59-73.

Stiling, P., Cattell, M., Moon, D. C., Rossi, A., Hungate, Bruce A., Hymus, G. and Drake, Bert G. 2002. Elevated atmospheric CO2 lowers herbivore abundance but increases leaf abscission rates. Global Change Biology, 8: 658-667.

Dilustro, J. J., Day, F. P. and Drake, Bert G. 2001. Decomposition of the fine roots under CO2 enriched conditions in an oak-scrub ecosystem. Global Change Biology, 7: 1-9.

Dilustro, J. J., Day, F. P. and Drake, Bert G. 2001. Effects of elevated CO2 on root decomposition in an oak-scrub ecosystem. Global Change Biology, 7: 581-589.

Hymus, G. J., Dijkstra, P., Baker, N. R., Drake, Bert G. and Long, S. P. 2001. Will rising CO2 protect plants from the mid-day sun? A study of photoinhibition of Quercus myrtifolia in a scrub-oak community in two seasons. Plant, Cell and Environment, 24: 1361-1368.

Johnson, D. W., Hungate, Bruce A., Dijkstra, P., Hymus, G. and Drake, Bert G. 2001. Effects of elevated CO2 on soils in a Florida scrub oak ecosystem. Journal of Environmental Quality, 30: 501-507.

Lodge, R. J., Dijkstra, P., Drake, Bert G. and Morison, J. I. L. 2001. Stomatal acclimation to increased CO2 concentration in a Florida scrub oak species Quercus myrtifolia Willd. Plant Cell and Environment, 24: 77-88.

Loustau, D., Hungate, Bruce A. and Drake, Bert G. 2001. Water, nitrogen, rising atmospheric CO2, and terrestrial productivity. In: Saugier, B., Roy, J. and Mooney, H. A., Terrestrial global productivity: past, present, and future. San Diego: Academic Press, pp.123-168.

Ball, A. S., Milne, E. and Drake, Bert G. 2000. Elevated atmospheric-carbon dioxide concentration increases soil respiration in a mid-successional lowland forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 32(5): 721-723.

Dakora, F. and Drake, Bert G. 2000. Elevated CO2 stimulates associative N2 fixation in a C3 plant of the Chesapeake Bay wetland. Plant Cell and Environment, 23: 943-953.

Li, Jinhong, Dijkstra, P. and Drake, Bert G. 2000. Leaf senescence of Quercus myrtifolia as affected by long-term CO2 enrichment in its native environment. Global Change Biology, 6: 727-733.

Schortemeyer, Marcus, Dijkstra, Paul, Johnson, Dale and Drake, Bert G. 2000. Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on C and N pools and rhizosphere processes in a Florida scrub oak community. Global Change Biology, 6(4): 383-391.

Drake, Bert G., Azcon-Bieto, J., Berry, J., Bunce, J., Dijkstra, P., Farrar, J., Gifford, R. M., Gonzalez-Meler, M. A., Koch, G., Lambers, H., Siedow, J. and Wullschleger, S. 1999. Does elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration inhibit mitochondrial respiration in green plants?. Plant, Cell and Environment, 22: 649-657.

Hungate, Bruce A., Dijkstra, P., Johnson, D., Hinkle, R. and Drake, Bert G. 1999. Elevated CO2 increases nitrogen fixation and decreases soil nitrogen mineralization in Florida scrub oak. Global Change Biology, 5: 781-789.

Li, J., Dijkstra, R., Hinkle, R., Wheeler, R. M. and Drake, Bert G. 1999. Photosynthetic acclimation to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration in the Florida scrub-oak species Quercus geminata and Quercus myrtifolia. Tree Physiology, 19: 229-234.

Matamala, R. and Drake, Bert G. 1999. Influence of atmospheric CO2 enrichment on plant-soil nitrogen interactions in a wetland plant community on the Chesapeake Bay Wetland. Plant and Soil, 210: 93-101.

Stiling, Peter, Rossi, Anthony M., Hungate, Bruce A., Dijkstra, Paul, Hinkle, C. Ross, Knott, W. M. I. and Drake, Bert G. 1999. Decreased leaf-miner abundance in elevated CO2: Reduced leaf quality and increased parasitoid attack. Ecological Applications, 9(1): 240-244.

Ball, A. S. and Drake, Bert G. 1998. Stimulation of soil respiration by carbon dioxide enrichment of marsh vegetation. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 30(8-9): 1203-1205.

Drake, Bert G., Jacob, James and Gonzalez-Meler, M. 1998. Photosynthesis, respiration and global climate change. In: Raghavendra, A. S., Photosynthesis: A Comprehensive Treatise. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, pp.273-282.

Ball, A. S. and Drake, Bert G. 1997. Short term decomposition of litter produced by plants grown in ambient and elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Global Change Biology, 3(1): 29-35.

Drake, Bert G., Gonzalez-Meler, Miguel A. and Long, Steve P. 1997. More efficient plants: a consequence of rising atmospheric CO2?. Annual Review of Plant Physiology and Plant Molecular Biology, 48: 609-639.

Osborne, C. P., Drake, Bert G., La-Roche, J. and Long, S. P. 1997. Does long-term elevation of CO-2 concentration increase photosynthesis in forest floor vegetation?. Plant Physiology, 114(1): 337-344.

Day, Frank P., Weber, Everett P., Hinkle, C. Ross and Drake, Bert G. 1996. Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on fine root length and distribution in an oak-palmetto scrub ecosystem in central Florida. Global Change Biology, 2: 143-148.

Drake, Bert G., Muehe, Melanie S., Peresta, Gary, Gonzalez-Meler, Miguel A. and Matamala, Roser. 1996. Acclimation of photosynthesis, respiration and ecosystem carbon flux of a wetland on Chesapeake Bay, Maryland to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration. Plant and Soil, 187(2): 111-118.

Drake, Bert G., Peresta, Gary, Beugeling, Esther and Matamala, Roser. 1996. Long-term elevated CO2 in a Chesapeake Bay wetland: Ecosystem gas exchange, primary production, and tissue nitrogen. In: Koch, George W. and Mooney, Harold A., Carbon Dioxide and Terrestrial Ecosystems. San Diego: Academic Press, pp.197-214.

Gonzalez-Meler, M. A., Drake, Bert G. and Azcon-Bieto, J. 1996. Rising atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and plant respiration. In: Breymeyer, A. I., Hall, D. O., Melillo, J. M. and Agren, G. I., Global change: effects on coniferous forests and grasslands. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp.161-181.

Gonzalez-Meler, Miguel A., Ribas-Carbo, Miguel, Siedow, James N. and Drake, Bert G. 1996. Direct inhibition of plant mitochondrial respiration by elevated CO2. Plant Physiology, 112: 1349-1355.

Drake, Bert G. 1995. Carbon sequestration in Wetland Ecosystems: A Case Study. In: Bean, M. A., Carbon Sequestration in the Biosphere.(NATO ASI series : global environmental change) pp.33-45.

Drake, Bert G. and Jacob, James. 1995. Acclimation of photosynthesis and the response of ecosystem carbon balance to rising atmospheric CO2. Dordrecht : Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Jacob, J., Greitner, C. and Drake, Bert G. 1995. Acclimation of photosynthesis in relation to Rubisco and non-structural carbohydrate contents and in situ carboxylase activity in Scirpus olneyi grown at elevated CO2 in the field. Plant, Cell and Environment, 18: 875-884.

Azcon-Bieto, Joaquim, Gonzalez-Meler, Miquel A., Doherty, Wendy and Drake, Bert G. 1994. Acclimation of respiratory O2 uptake in green tissues of field-grown native species after long-term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO2. Plant Physiology, 106: 1163-1168.

Dacey, J. W. H., Drake, Bert G. and Klug, M. J. 1994. Stimulation of methane emission by carbon dioxide enrichment of marsh vegetation. Nature, 370: 47-49.

Thompson, Guy B. and Drake, Bert G. 1994. Insects and fungi on a C3 sedge and a C4 grass exposed to elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations in open-top chambers in the field. Plant, Cell and Environment, 17: 1161-1167.

Arp, Willem J., Drake, Bert G., Pockman, Will T., Curtis, Peter S. and Whigham, Dennis F. 1993. Interactions between C3 and C4 salt marsh plant species during four years of exposure to elevated atmospheric CO2. Vegetatio, 104/105: 133-143.

Childers, Daniel L., Sklar, Fred H., Drake, Bert G. and Jordan, Thomas E. 1993. Seasonal measurements of sediment elevation in three mid-Atlantic estuaries. Journal of Coastal Research, 9(4): 986-1003.

Cipollini, Martin L., Drake, Bert G. and Whigham, Dennis F. 1993. Effects of elevated CO2 on growth and carbon/nutrient balance in the deciduous woody shrub Lindera benzoin (L.) Blume (Lauraceae). Oecologia, 96: 339-346.

Drake, Bert G. and Peresta, G. J. 1993. Open top chambers for studies of the long-term effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on wetland and forest ecosystem processes. In: Schultze, E. D. and Mooney, H. A., Design and execution of experiments on CO2 enrichment. Brussels: E. Guyot, SA, pp.273-289.

Leadley, Paul W. and Drake, Bert G. 1993. Open top chambers for exposing plant canopies to elevated CO2 concentration and for measuring net gas exchange. Vegetatio, 104/105: 3-15.

Allen, L. H.,Jr., Drake, Bert G., Rogers, H. H. and Shinn, J. H. 1992. Field techniques for exposure of plants and ecosystems to elevated CO2 and other trace gasses. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences, 11(2): 85-119.

Drake, Bert G. 1992. Impact of rising CO2 on ecosystem production. Water, air, and soil pollution, 64: 25-44.

Drake, Bert G. 1992. A field study of the effects of elevated CO2 on ecosystem processes in a Chesapeake Bay Wetland. The Australian Journal of Botany, 40: 579-595.

Drake, Bert G., Arp, Willem J., Long, Steve P. and Lawlor, David W. 1992. Photosynthesis of the C3 sedge, Scirpus olneyi, after long-term exposure to elevated CO2 in open top chambers in the field. In: Barber, J., Guerrero, M. G. and Medrano, H., Trends in Photosynthesis Research. Hampshire, UK: Intercept, pp.339-344.

Long, Steve P. and Drake, Bert G. 1992. Photosynthetic CO2 assimilation and rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Commissioned Review. In: Baker, N. R. and Thomas, H., Crop photosynthesis: Spatial and temporal determinants. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers, pp.69-107.

Arp, Willem J. and Drake, Bert G. 1991. Increased photosynthetic capacity of Scirpus olneyi after 4 years of exposure to elevated CO2. Plant Cell and Environment, 14: 1003-1006.

Drake, Bert G. and Leadley, Paul W. 1991. Canopy photosynthesis of crops and native plant communities exposed to long-term elevated CO2. Plant Cell and Environment, 14: 853-860.

Long, Steven and Drake, Bert G. 1991. Effect of the long-term elevation of CO2 concentration in the field on the quantum yield of photosynthesis of the C3 sedge: Scirpus olneyi. Plant Physiology, 96: 221-226.

Mooney, H. A., Drake, Bert G., Luxmoore, R. J., Oechel, W. C. and Pitelka, L. F. 1991. Predicting ecosystem responses to elevated CO2 concentrations. Bioscience, 41: 96-104.

Rozema, J., Dorel, F., Janissen, R., Lenssen, G., Broekman, R., Arp, Willem J. and Drake, Bert G. 1991. Effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on growth, photosynthesis and water relations of salt marsh grass species. Aquatic Botany, 39: 45-55.

Ziska, Lewis H., Hogan, Kevin P., Smith, Alan P. and Drake, Bert G. 1991. Growth and photosynthetic response of nine tropical species with long-term exposure to elevated carbon dioxide. Oecologia, 86: 383-389.

Curtis, Peter S., Balduman, Lisa M., Drake, Bert G. and Whigham, Dennis F. 1990. Elevated atmospheric CO2 effects on belowground processes in C3 and C4 estuarine marsh communities. Ecology, 71: 2001-2006.

Drake, Bert G., Arp, Willem J., Balduman, Lisa, Cusimano, Renee, Dacey, John, D'Abundo, D., Hogan, Kevin P., Long, K., Pockman, William T., Utley, P., Villegas, A. C. and Whigham, Dennis F. 1990. Effects of Elevated CO2 on Chesapeake Bay Wetlands. V. Ecosystem and Whole Plant Responses, April - November 1989 Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy.

Drake, Bert G., Leadley, Paul W., Arp, Willem J., Curtis, Peter and Whigham, Dennis F.. 1990. Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 on C3 and C4 vegetation on Chesapeake Bay. Aarhus, Denmark: Botanical Institute.

Ziska, Lewis H., Drake, Bert G. and Chamberlain, Sarah. 1990. Long-term photosynthetic response in single leaves of a C3 and C4 salt marsh species grown at elevated atmospheric CO2 in situ. Oecologia, 83: 469-472.

Curtis, Peter S., Drake, Bert G. and Whigham, Dennis F. 1989. Nitrogen and carbon dynamics in C3 and C4 estuarine marsh plants grown under elevated CO2 in situ. Oecologia, 78: 297-301.

Curtis, Peter S., Drake, Bert G., Leadley, Paul W., Arp, Willem J. and Whigham, Dennis F. 1989. Growth and senescence in plant communities exposed to elevated CO2 concentration on an estuarine marsh. Oecologia, 78: 20-26.

Drake, Bert G. 1989. Photosynthesis of salt marsh species. Aquatic Botany, 34: 167-180.

Drake, Bert G., Arp, Willem J., Balduman, Lisa, Curtis, Peter S., Johnson, J., Kabara, D., Leadley, Paul W., Pockman, William T., Seliskar, D., Sutton, Melonee L., Whigham, Dennis F. and Ziska, Lewis H. 1989. Effects of Elevated CO2 on Chesapeake Bay Wetlands. IV. Ecosystem and Whole Plant Responses, April - November 1988 Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy.

Drake, Bert G., Leadley, Paul W., Arp, Willem J., Nassiry, D. and Curtis, Peter S. 1989. An open top chamber for field studies of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on saltmarsh vegetation. Functional Ecology, 3: 363-371.

Drake, Bert G., Curtis, Peter S., Arp, Willem J., Leadley, Paul W., Johnson, J. and Whigham, Dennis F. 1988. Effects of Elevated CO2 on Chesapeake Bay Wetlands. III. Ecosystem and Whole Plant Responses in the First Year of Exposure, April-November 1987 Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy.

Ward, David A. and Drake, Bert G. 1988. Osmotic stress temporarily reverses the inhibitions of photosynthesis and stomatal conductance by abscisic acid - evidence that abscisic acid induces a localized closure of stomata in intact, detached leaves. Journal of Experimental Botany, 39: 147-155.

Drake, Bert G., Arp, Willem J., Craig, J., Curtis, Peter S., Leadley, Paul S. and Whigham, Dennis F. 1987. Effects of Elevated CO2 on Chesapeake Bay Wetlands. II. Gas Exchange and Microenvironment in Open Top Chambers Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy. 97 pages.

Ward, David W. and Drake, Bert G. 1987. Photoinhibition under atmospheric 02, the activation state of RuBP carboxylase and the content of photosynthetic intermediates in soybean and wheat. Journal of Experimental Botany, 38: 1937-1948.

Drake, Bert G., Arp, Willem J., Curtis, Peter S., Leadley, Paul W., Sager, John and Whigham, Dennis F. 1986. Effects of Elevated CO2 on Chesapeake Bay Wetlands. I. Description of the Study Site Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy. (Report #034; ) 32 pages.

Drake, Bert G. 1985. Chapter 2 - Methods of exposing plants to elevated CO2 concentrations. In: Strain, R. B. and Cure, J. D., Direct effects of increasing carbon dioxide on vegetation. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy, pp.11-31.

Drake, Bert G., Rogers, H. H. and Allen, L. H.,Jr. 1985. Methods of exposing plants to elevated CO2 concentrations. In: Strain, Boyd R. and Cure, Jennifer D., Direct Effects of Increasing Carbon Dioxide on Vegetation. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Energy, pp.11-31.

Drake, Bert G. 1984. Light response characteristics of ecosystem net CO2 exchange in brackish wetland plant communities. Oecologia, 63: 263-270.

Drake, Bert G. and Gallagher, Jack L. 1984. Osmotic potential and turgor maintenance in Spartina alterniflora Loisel. Oecologia, 62: 368-375.

Drake, Bert G. 1983. Salt Marsh Ecology - Book review of The Ecology of a Salt Marsh, L. R. Pomeroy and R. G. Wiegers (Eds.) 1981. Ecological Studies Vol. 38. Springer-Verlag, New York, 271 pp. Journal of Ecology, 69: 215

Dejong, T. M., Drake, Bert G. and Pearcy, R. W. 1982. Gas exchange responses of Chesapeake Bay tidal marsh species under field and laboratory conditions. Oecologia, 52: 5-11.

Dejong, T. M. and Drake, Bert G. 1981. Seasonal patterns of plant and soil water potential on an irregularly flooded tidal marsh. Aquatic Botany, 11: 1-9.

Drake, Bert G. and Read, Michael. 1981. Carbon Dioxide Assimilation, Photosynthetic Efficiency, and Respiration of a Chesapeake Bay Salt Marsh. Journal of Ecology, 69(2): 405-423. doi:10.2307/2259676

Drake, Bert G. and Reed, M. 1981. Carbon dioxide assimilation, photosynthetic efficiency, and respiration of a Chesapeake Bay salt marsh. Journal of Ecology, 69: 405-423.

Turitzin, S. N. and Drake, Bert G. 1981. Canopy structure and the photosynthetic efficiency of a C4 grass community. In: Akoyunoglou, G., Photosynthesis, VI. Photosynthesis and Productivity, Photosynthesis and Environment. Philadelphia. PA: Balaban International Science Service, pp.73-80.

Turitzin, S. N. and Drake, Bert G. 1981. The effect of a seasonal change in canopy structure on the photosynthetic efficiency of a salt marsh. Oecologia, 48(1): 79-84.

Wiebe, H. and Drake, Bert G. 1980. Leaf temperature mapping with thermosensitive liquid crystal models. Bio Science, 30: 32-33.

Wiebe, Herman H. and Drake, Bert G. 1980. Leaf Temperature Mapping with Thermosensitive Liquid Crystal Models. Bioscience, 30(1): 32-33. doi:10.2307/1308069

Kawecka, B. and Drake, Bert G. 1978. Biology and ecology of snow algae. 1. Sexual reproduction of Chlamydomonas nivalis (Bauer) Wille (Chlorophyta, Volvocales). Acta Hydrobiologica, 20: 111-116.

Drake, Bert G. 1976. Estimating water status and biomass of plant communities by remote sensing. In: Lange, O. L., Kappan, L. and Schulze, Ernst-Detlef, Ecological Studies. Analysis and Synthesis, No. 19, Water and Plant Life. New York: Springer-Verlag, pp.432-437.

Drake, Bert G. 1976. Seasonal changes in reflectance and standing crop biomass in three salt marsh communities. Plant Physiology, 58: 696-699.

Drake, Bert G. and Raschke, K. 1974. Pre chilling of plants of Xanthium strummarium L. reduces net photosynthesis and, independently, stomatal conductance, while sensitizing stomata to CO2. Plant Physiology, 53(6): 808-812.

Drake, Bert G. and Salisbury, F. B. 1972. Aftereffects of low and high temperature pre-treatment on leaf resistance, transpiration, and leaf temperature in Xanthium. Plant Physiology, 50(5): 572-575.

Drake, Bert G., Raschke, K. and Salisbury, F. B. 1970. Temperatures and transpiration resistances in Xanthium leaves as affected by air temperature, humidity, and wind speed. Plant Physiology, 46(2): 324-330.