Integrating peatlands and permafrost into a dynamic global vegetation model : 2 . Evaluation and sensitivity of vegetation and carbon cycle processes

@inproceedings{Wania2009IntegratingPA,
  title={Integrating peatlands and permafrost into a dynamic global vegetation model : 2 . Evaluation and sensitivity of vegetation and carbon cycle processes},
  author={Rita Wania and I. J. Ross and I Colin Prentice},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Peatlands and permafrost are important components of the carbon cycle in the northern high latitudes. The inclusion of these components into a dynamic global vegetation model required changes to physical land surface routines, the addition of two new peatland-specific plant functional types, incorporation of an inundation stress mechanism, and deceleration of decomposition under inundation. The new model, LPJ-WHy v1.2, was used to simulate net ecosystem production (NEP), net primary… CONTINUE READING
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