Modelling Mediterranean agro-ecosystems by including agricultural trees in the LPJmL model

  title={Modelling Mediterranean agro-ecosystems by including agricultural trees in the LPJmL model},
  author={Marianela Fader and W. von Bloh and Songpo Shi and Alberte Bondeau and Wolfgang Cramer},
In the Mediterranean region, climate and land use change are expected to impact on natural and agricultural ecosystems by warming, reduced rainfall, direct degradation of ecosystems and biodiversity loss. Human population growth and socioeconomic changes, notably on the eastern and southern shores, will require increases in food production and put additional pressure on agro-ecosystems and water resources. Coping with these challenges requires informed decisions that, in turn, require… CONTINUE READING


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