Global response of terrestrial ecosystem structure and function to CO2 and climate change: results from six dynamic global vegetation models

@article{Cramer2001GlobalRO,
  title={Global response of terrestrial ecosystem structure and function to CO2 and climate change: results from six dynamic global vegetation models},
  author={W. Cramer and A. Bondeau and F. Woodward and I. Prentice and R. Betts and V. Brovkin and P. Cox and Veronica A. Fisher and J. Foley and A. Friend and C. Kucharik and M. Lomas and N. Ramankutty and S. Sitch and Benjamin Smith and A. White and C. Young-Molling},
  journal={Global Change Biology},
  year={2001},
  volume={7},
  pages={357-373}
}
The possible responses of ecosystem processes to rising atmospheric CO2 concentration and climate change are illustrated using six dynamic global vegetation models that explicitly represent the interactions of ecosystem carbon and water exchanges with vegetation dynamics. The models are driven by the IPCC IS92a scenario of rising CO2 (Wigley et al. 1991), and by climate changes resulting from effective CO2 concentrations corresponding to IS92a, simulated by the coupled ocean atmosphere model… Expand

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