Climate-carbon cycle feedback analysis: Results from the C

  title={Climate-carbon cycle feedback analysis: Results from the C},
  author={P. Friedlingstein and P. Cox and R. Betts and L. Bopp and W. Bloh and V. Brovkin and P. Cadule and S. Doney and M. Eby and I. Fung and G. Bala and J. John and C. Jones and F. Joos and T. Kato and M. Kawamiya and W. Knorr and K. Lindsay and H. Matthews and T. Raddatz and P. Rayner and C. Reick and E. Roeckner and K.-G. Schnitzler and R. Schnur and Kuno M. Strassmann and A. Weaver and C. Yoshikawa and N. Zeng},
  • P. Friedlingstein, P. Cox, +26 authors N. Zeng
  • Published 2005
  • Environmental Science
  • Eleven coupled climate–carbon cycle models used a common protocol to study the coupling between climate change and the carbon cycle. The models were forced by historical emissions and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES) A2 anthropogenic emissions of CO2 for the 1850–2100 time period. For each model, two simulations were performed in order to isolate the impact of climate change on the land and ocean carbon cycle, and therefore the… CONTINUE READING
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