Reconstructing European forest management from 1600 to 2010

@inproceedings{McGrath2015ReconstructingEF,
  title={Reconstructing European forest management from 1600 to 2010},
  author={Matthew J. McGrath and Sebastiaan Luyssaert and Patrick Meyfroidt and Jed O. Kaplan and Matthias B{\"u}rgi and Yi-Ying Chen and Karl-Heinz Erb and Urs Gimmi and Daniel McInerney and Kim Naudts and Juliane Otto and Ferenc P{\'a}sztor and James Ryder and Mart-Jan Schelhaas and Aude Valade},
  year={2015}
}
European forest use for fuel, timber and food dates back to pre-Roman times. Century-scale ecological processes and their legacy effects require accounting for forest management when studying today's forest carbon sink. Forest management reconstructions that are used to drive land surface models are one way to quantify the impact of both historical and today's large scale application of forest management on today's forest-related carbon sink and surface climate. In this study we reconstruct… CONTINUE READING

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