Pasture responses to elevated temperature and doubled CO2 concentration: assessing the spatial pattern across an alpine landscape

@inproceedings{Riedo2001PastureRT,
  title={Pasture responses to elevated temperature and doubled CO2 concentration: assessing the spatial pattern across an alpine landscape},
  author={M. Riedo and Dimitrios Gyalistras and Juerg Fuhrer},
  year={2001}
}
Climatic change and increasing atmospheric CO2 concentration are expected to have sig- nificant effects on grassland ecosystems, but the magnitude of the responses may vary strongly across complex landscapes. A combination of the mechanistic pasture simulation model PaSim, statistical interpolation of climate parameters, and stochastic weather generation was used to examine the range and spatial distribution of the long-term responses of grazed grassland ecosystems to step changes in… CONTINUE READING

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