Quantifying the influence of the terrestrial biosphere on glacial–interglacial climate dynamics

@inproceedings{DaviesBarnard2017QuantifyingTI,
  title={Quantifying the influence of the terrestrial biosphere on glacial–interglacial climate dynamics},
  author={Taraka Davies-Barnard and Andy Ridgwell and Joy S Singarayer and Paul Valdes},
  year={2017}
}
The terrestrial biosphere is thought to be a key component in the climatic variability seen in the palaeorecord. It has a direct impact on surface temperature through changes in surface albedo and evapotranspiration (so-called biogeophysical effects) and, in addition, has an important indirect effect through changes in vegetation and soil carbon storage (biogeochemical effects) and hence modulates the concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The biogeochemical and biogeophysical… CONTINUE READING

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