Global responses of terrestrial productivity to contemporary climatic oscillations.

@article{Woodward2008GlobalRO,
  title={Global responses of terrestrial productivity to contemporary climatic oscillations.},
  author={F. Ian Woodward and Mark R. Lomas and Tristan Quaife},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={363 1504},
  pages={2779-85}
}
The terrestrial biosphere is subjected to a wide range of natural climatic oscillations. Best known is the El Niño-southern oscillation (ENSO) that exerts globally extensive impacts on crops and natural vegetation. A 50-year time series of ENSO events has been analysed to determine those geographical areas that are reliably impacted by ENSO events. Most areas are impacted by changes in precipitation; however, the Pacific Northwest is warmed by El Niño events. Vegetation gross primary production… CONTINUE READING

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