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Multicriteria evaluation of discharge simulation in Dynamic Global Vegetation Models

In this study, we assessed the performance of discharge simulations by coupling the runoff from seven Dynamic Global Vegetation Models (DGVMs; LPJ, ORCHIDEE, Sheffield-DGVM, TRIFFID, LPJ-GUESS, CLM4CN, and OCN) to one river routing model for 16 …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Yang, H., Piao, S., Zeng, Z., Ciais, P., Yin, Y., Friedlingstein, P., Sitch, S., Ahlström, A., Guimberteau, M., Huntingford, C., Levis, S., Levy, P.E., Huang, M., Li, Y., Li, X., Lomas, M.R., Peylin, P., Poulter, B., Viovy, N., Zaehle, S., Zeng, N., Zhao, F. & Wang, L. (2015) Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 120, 7488-7505.
Published: Aug, 2015
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Participation and learning for climate change adaptation: a case study of the Swedish forestry sector

Participation and learning for climate change adaptation: a case study of the Swedish forestry sectorParticipation and learning for climate change adaptation: a case study of the Swedish forestry sector
This book chapter explores the role of …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Åsa Gerger Swartling, Oskar Wallgren, Richard J. T. Klein, Johanna Ulmanen, Maja Dahlin (2015). Participation and learning for climate change adaptation: a case study of the Swedish forestry sector. Chapter in O´Brien and Selboe (eds.) The Adaptive Challenge of Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, August 2015. ISBN: 9781107022980, pp. 252-270
Published: Aug, 2015
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The dominant role of semi-arid ecosystems in the trend and variability of the land CO2 sink

The growth rate of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations since industrialization is characterized by large interannual variability, mostly resulting from variability in CO2 uptake by terrestrial ecosystems (typically termed carbon sink). …

 
Type: Report
Report Series: Science, Vol. 348 no. 6237 pp.895-899 DOI:10.1126/science.aaa1668
Author: Anders Ahlström, Michael R. Raupach, Guy Schurgers, Benjamin Smith, Almut Arneth, Martin Jung, Markus Reichstein, Josep G. Canadell, Pierre Friedlingstein, Atul K. Jain, Etsushi Kato, Benjamin Poulter, Stephen Sitch, Benjamin D. Stocker, Nicolas Viovy, Ying Ping Wang, Andy Wiltshire, Sönke Zaehle, Ning Zeng
Published: 2015
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On our commitment to substantial climate change

The present day global climate change is fueled by our use of fossil fuels and land use change. The already observed warming and other distinct changes in the climate system stem from these human influences and are ongoing. Due to climate system …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Rummukainen, M., 2015 Climate Research, 64, 7-14
Published: Jun, 2015
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Importance of vegetation dynamics for future terrestrial carbon cycling

Terrestrial ecosystems currently sequester about one third of anthropogenic CO2 emissions each year, an important ecosystem service that dampens climate change. The future fate of this net uptake of CO2 by land based ecosystems is highly uncertain. …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Ahlström, A., Xia, J., Arneth, A., Luo, Y. & Smith, B. 2015 Environmental Research Letters 10: 054019.
Published: May, 2015
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Carbon budget estimation of a subarctic catchment using a dynamic ecosystem model at high spatial resolution

A large amount of organic carbon is stored in high-latitude soils. A substantial proportion of this carbon stock is vulnerable and may decompose rapidly due to temperature increases that are already greater than the global average. It is therefore …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Tang, J., Miller, P.A., Persson, A., Olefeldt, D., Pilesjö, P., Heliasz, M., Jackowicz-Korczynski, M., Yang, Z., Smith, B., Callaghan, T.V. & Christensen, T.R. 2015. Biogeosciences 12: 2791-2808.
Published: May, 2015
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Water-use efficiency and transpiration across European forests during the Anthropocene

The Earth’s carbon and hydrologic cycles are intimately coupled by gas exchange through plant stomata1, 2, 3. However, uncertainties in the magnitude4, 5, 6 and consequences7, 8 of the physiological responses9, 10 of plants to elevated CO2 in …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: - Frank, D.C., Poulter, B., Saurer, M., Esper, J., Huntingford, C., Helle, G., Treydte, K., Zimmermann, N.E., Schleser, G.H., Ahlström, A., Ciais, P., Friedlingstein, P., Levis, S., Lomas, M., Sitch, S., Viovy, N., Andreu-Hayles, L., Bednarz, Z., Berninger, F., Boettger, T., D`Alessandro, C.M., Daux, V., Filot, M., Grabner, M., Gutierrez, E., Haupt, M., Hilasvuori, E., Jungner, H., Kalela-Brundin, M., Krapiec, M., Leuenberger, M., Loader, N.J., Marah, H., Masson-Delmotte, V., Pazdur, A., Pawelczyk, S., Pierre, M., Planells, O., Pukiene, R., Reynolds-Henne, C.E., Rinne, K.T., Saracino, A., Sonninen, E., Stievenard, M., Switsur, V.R., Szczepanek, M., Szychowska-Krapiec, E., Todaro, L., Waterhouse, J.S. & Weigl, M. Nature Climate Change, 5, 579-583
Published: May, 2015
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Modelling the response of yields and tissue C:N to changes in atmospheric CO2 and N management in the main wheat regions of western Europe

Nitrogen (N) is a key element in terrestrial ecosystems as it influences both plant growth and plant interactions with the atmosphere. Accounting for carbon–nitrogen interactions has been found to alter future projections of the terrestrial carbon …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Olin, S., Schurgers, G., Lindeskog, M., Wårlind, D., Smith, B., Bodin, P., Holmér, J. & Arneth, A. 2015. Biogeosciences 12: 2489-2515.
Published: Apr, 2015
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Climate Adaptation in Swedish Forestry: Exploring the Debate and Policy Process, 1990–2012

This paper explores how climate change adaptation concerns were integrated into the Swedish forestry debate and policy process during the period of 1990–2012, and draws lessons on barriers and opportunities identified in this process. Using a …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Authors: Johanna Ulmanen, Åsa Gerger Swartling and Oskar Wallgren, Forests 2015, 6(3), 708-733; doi:10.3390/f6030708
Published: Mar, 2015
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Development and evaluation of a new regional coupled atmosphere-ocean model in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea

A new regional coupled model system for the North Sea and the Baltic Sea is developed, which is composed of the regional setup of ocean model NEMO, the Rossby Centre regional climate model RCA4, the sea ice model LIM3 and the river routing model …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Wang, S., Dieterich, C., Döscher, R., Höglund, A., Hordoir, R., Meier, H.E.M., Samuelsson, P. and Schimanke, S., 2015: Tellus A, 67, 24284,
Published: Mar, 2015
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