Past and future landscape dynamics in pasture-woodlands of the Swiss Jura Mountains under climate change

@inproceedings{Peringer2013PastAF,
  title={Past and future landscape dynamics in pasture-woodlands of the Swiss Jura Mountains under climate change},
  author={Alexander Peringer and S. Siehoff and Jo{\"e}l Ch{\'e}telat and Thomas Spiegelberger and Alexandre Buttler and François Gillet},
  year={2013}
}
Silvopastoral systems are traditional components of the landscape in the Swiss Jura Mountains, and are promising approaches for the sustainable management of mountain areas worldwide. Due to complex vegetation dynamics, pasturewoodlands are very vulnerable to the currently occurring land use and climate changes. Therefore, management requires integrative long-term predictions of successional trends. We present a refined version of the spatially explicit, dynamic simulation model WoodPaM with… CONTINUE READING

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