Potentially complex biosphere responses to transient global warming

@inproceedings{1998PotentiallyCB,
  title={Potentially complex biosphere responses to transient global warming},
  author={},
  year={1998}
}
  • Published 1998
Feedback interactions between terrestrial vegetation and climate could alter predictions of the responses of both systems to a doubling of atmospheric CO2. Most previous analyses of biosphere responses to global warming have used output from equilibrium simulations of current and future climate, as compared to more recently available transient GCM simulations. We compared the vegetation responses to these two different classes of GCM simulation (equilibrium and transient) using an equilibrium… CONTINUE READING
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