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How does increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide disrupt ecological systems? Results from FACE experiments across the globe.

Author(s): Courtney Campany

Shepherd University

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This module synthesizes key findings from forested CO2 enrichment experiments over the last 3 decades. Students should have a basic working knowledge of climate change, ecosystem nutrient cycles and plant-fungal relationships to complete the…

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This module synthesizes key findings from forested CO2 enrichment experiments over the last 3 decades. Students should have a basic working knowledge of climate change, ecosystem nutrient cycles and plant-fungal relationships to complete the assignment.

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This module is designed to be implemented in a standard lecture time slot.  Module will work best if implemented with small groups. Help will be needed from the professor, but students should be pushed intellectually before hints or answers are given. 

Due to Covid 19, this module was tested as an online quantitative reasoning exercise. In this format, more time is needed for students to work through the questions and ask for help.

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