Comparing reconstructed past variations and future projections of the Baltic Sea ecosystem — first results from multi-model ensemble simulations

@inproceedings{Meier2012ComparingRP,
  title={Comparing reconstructed past variations and future projections of the Baltic Sea ecosystem — first results from multi-model ensemble simulations},
  author={H. E. Markus Meier and Hel{\'e}n C. Andersson and Berit Arheimer and Thorsten Blenckner and Boris V Chubarenko and Chantal Donnelly and Kari Eilola and Bo G. Gustafsson and A. I. Hansson and Jonathan Havenhand and Anders H{\"o}glund and Ivan I. Kuznetsov and Brian R MacKenzie and B{\"a}rbel M{\"u}ller-Karulis and T. Neumann and Susa Niiranen and Joanna Piwowarczyk and Urmas Raudsepp and Marcus Reckermann and Tuija Ruoho-Airola and Oleg P. Savchuk and Frederik Schenk and Semjon Schimanke and Germo V{\"a}li and Jan-Marcin Weslawski and Eduardo Zorita},
  year={2012}
}
Multi-model ensemble simulations for the marine biogeochemistry and food web of the Baltic Sea were performed for the period 1850–2098, and projected changes in the future climate were compared with the past climate environment. For the past period 1850–2006, atmospheric, hydrological and nutrient forcings were reconstructed, based on historical measurements. For the future period 1961–2098, scenario simulations were driven by Content from this work may be used under the terms of the Creative… CONTINUE READING