Do global change experiments overestimate impacts on terrestrial ecosystems?

@article{Leuzinger2011DoGC,
  title={Do global change experiments overestimate impacts on terrestrial ecosystems?},
  author={Sebastian Leuzinger and Yiqi Luo and Claus Beier and Wouter I J Dieleman and Sara Vicca and Christian K{\"o}rner},
  journal={Trends in ecology & evolution},
  year={2011},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={236-41}
}
In recent decades, many climate manipulation experiments have investigated biosphere responses to global change. These experiments typically examined effects of elevated atmospheric CO(2), warming or drought (driver variables) on ecosystem processes such as the carbon and water cycle (response variables). Because experiments are inevitably constrained in the number of driver variables tested simultaneously, as well as in time and space, a key question is how results are scaled up to predict net… CONTINUE READING
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