New paper showing that trees do not grow always bigger and faster under higher CO2

aerial-1A new study, led by David Ellsworth and in which Teresa Gimeno participated, shows that trees do not grow always faster and bigger in response to higher CO2 concentrations if they are phosphorous limited. This is at least the case for Australia’s iconic Eucalyptus forests. The study is published in Nature Climate Change. Read more here (in English) or there (in French).

New paper showing that trees do not grow always bigger and faster under higher CO2