Climate change: Original Research Studies

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Watt MS, Kirschbaum MUF, Moore JR, Pearce G, Bulman LS, Brockerhoff EG, Melia N (2019). Assessment of multiple climate change effects on plantation forests in New Zealand. Forestry 92 : 1-15. Abstract 

Kirschbaum MUF, McMillan AMS (2018). Warming and elevated CO2 have opposing influences on transpiration. Which is more important?. Current Forestry Reports 4: 51–71. Abstract  or Full text

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Saggar, S., Tate, K.R., Thakur, K., Giltrap, D. (2013). Quantifying the climate-change consequences of shifting land use between forest and agriculture. Science of the Total Environment 465: 314-324. Abstract 

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Watt, M.S., Tait, A., Ausseil, A-G.E. (2012). Future wood productivity of Pinus radiata in New Zealand under expected climatic changes. Global Change Biology 18: 1342-1356.  Abstract 

Simioni, G., Ritson, P., Kirschbaum, M.U.F., McGrath, J., Dumbrell, I., Copeland, B. (2009). The carbon budget of Pinus radiata plantations in south-western Australia under four climate change scenarios. Tree Physiology 29: 1081-1093. Abstract 

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (2005). A modeling analysis of the interaction between forest age and forest responsiveness to increasing CO2 concentration. Tree Physiology 25: 953-963. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (2004): Do mature forests respond to increasing CO2? Results of a modelling analysis. In: Proceedings, International Conference on Modeling Forest Production, Vienna, 19-22 April 2004, (Hasenauer, H. and Mäkelä, A., eds.), pp. 194-205.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1999). Modelling forest growth and carbon storage with increasing CO2 and temperature. Tellus 51B: 871-888. Abstract

Booth, T.H., Nguyen Hoang Nghia, Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Hackett, C. and Jovanovic, T. (1999). Assessing possible impacts of climate change on species important for forestry in Vietnam. Climatic Change 41: 109-126.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1999): The effect of climate change on forest growth in Australia. In: "Impacts of global change on Australian temperate forests." (Howden, S.M. and Gorman, J.T., eds.), Working Paper Series, 99/08, pp. 62-68.

Lucas, R. and Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1999): Australia's forest carbon sink: threats and opportunities from climate change. In: In: "Impacts of global change on Australian temperate forests." (Howden, S.M. and Gorman, J.T., eds.), Working Paper Series, 99/08, pp. 119-125.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., Medlyn, B., King, D.A., Pongracic, S., Murty, D., Keith, H., Khanna, P.K., Snowdon, P. and Raison, J.R. (1998). Modelling forest-growth response to increasing CO2 concentration in relation to various factors affecting nutrient supply. Global Change Biology 4(1): 23-42. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1996): The carbon sequestration potential of tree plantations in Australia. In: "Environmental Management: the Role of Eucalyps and Other Fast Growing Species" (K.G. Eldridge, M.P. Crowe and K.M. Old, eds.), CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products, Canberra, pp. 77-89. Abstract

Kirschbaum, M.U.F., King, D.A, Comins, H.N., McMurtrie, R.E., Medlyn, B.E., Keith, H., Pongracic, S., Murty, D., Keith, H., Raison, R.J., Khanna, P.K. and Sheriff, D.W. (1994). Modelling forest response to increasing CO2 concentration under nutrient-limited conditions. Plant, Cell and Environment 17: 1081-1099.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1994). The sensitivity of C3 photosynthesis to increasing CO2 concentration. A theoretical analysis of its dependence on temperature and background CO2 concentration. Plant, Cell and Environment 17: 747-754.

Kirschbaum, M.U.F. (1993). Does forest productivity increase with increasing CO2 concentration under nutrient-limited conditions? A theoretical assessment. In: Australasian Forestry and the Global Environment (Thwaites, R.N. and Schaumberg, B.J., eds.). Proceedings of the Institute of Foresters of Australia 15th Biennial Conference, Institute of Foresters of Australia, Canberra, pp. 205-211.

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