Carbon and nitrogen cycles in European ecosystems respond differently to global warming.

@article{Beier2008CarbonAN,
  title={Carbon and nitrogen cycles in European ecosystems respond differently to global warming.},
  author={Claus Beier and Bridget A. Emmett and Josep Pe{\~n}uelas and Inger Kappel Schmidt and Albert Tietema and M Angels Estiarte and Per Christian Gundersen and Laura Llorens and Torben Riis-Nielsen and Alwyn Sowerby and Antonie Gorissen},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2008},
  volume={407 1},
  pages={692-7}
}
The global climate is predicted to become significantly warmer over the next century. This will affect ecosystem processes and the functioning of semi natural and natural ecosystems in many parts of the world. However, as various ecosystem processes may be affected to a different extent, balances between different ecosystem processes as well as between different ecosystems may shift and lead to major unpredicted changes. In this study four European shrubland ecosystems along a north-south… CONTINUE READING