Large uncertainty in carbon uptake potential of land‐based climate‐change mitigation efforts

@article{Krause2018LargeUI,
  title={Large uncertainty in carbon uptake potential of land‐based climate‐change mitigation efforts},
  author={A. Krause and T. M. Pugh and Anita Bayer and W. Li and F. Leung and A. Bondeau and J. Doelman and Florian Humpen{\"o}der and P. Anthoni and B. Bodirsky and P. Ciais and C. M{\"u}ller and Guillermo N. Murray-Tortarolo and S. Olin and A. Popp and S. Sitch and E. Stehfest and A. Arneth},
  journal={Global Change Biology},
  year={2018},
  volume={24},
  pages={3025–3038}
}
  • A. Krause, T. M. Pugh, +15 authors A. Arneth
  • Published 2018
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Global Change Biology
  • Most climate mitigation scenarios involve negative emissions, especially those that aim to limit global temperature increase to 2°C or less. However, the carbon uptake potential in land-based climate change mitigation efforts is highly uncertain. Here, we address this uncertainty by using two land-based mitigation scenarios from two land-use models (IMAGE and MAgPIE) as input to four dynamic global vegetation models (DGVMs; LPJ-GUESS, ORCHIDEE, JULES, LPJmL). Each of the four combinations of… CONTINUE READING
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