Projected Changes in Terrestrial Carbon Storage in Europe under Climate and Land-use Change, 1990–2100

  title={Projected Changes in Terrestrial Carbon Storage in Europe under Climate and Land-use Change, 1990–2100},
  author={S{\"o}nke Zaehle and Alberte Bondeau and Timothy R. Carter and Wolfgang Cramer and Markus Erhard and I Colin Prentice and I. Reginster and Mark D. A. Rounsevell and Stephen Sitch and Benjamin E Smith and Pascalle C. Smith and Martin T. Sykes},
Changes in climate and land use, caused by socio-economic changes, greenhouse gas emissions, agricultural policies and other factors, are known to affect both natural and managed ecosystems, and will likely impact on the European terrestrial carbon balance during the coming decades. This study presents a comprehensive European Union wide (EU15 plus Norway and Switzerland, EU*) assessment of potential future changes in terrestrial carbon storage considering these effects based on four… CONTINUE READING
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