Uncertainties of modeling gross primary productivity over Europe : A systematic study on the effects of using different drivers and terrestrial biosphere models

@inproceedings{Jung2007UncertaintiesOM,
  title={Uncertainties of modeling gross primary productivity over Europe : A systematic study on the effects of using different drivers and terrestrial biosphere models},
  author={Minyoung Jung and M. Vetter and Martin Herold and Galina Churkina and Markus Reichstein and S{\"o}nke Zaehle and Philippe Ciais and Nicolas Viovy and Alberte Bondeau and Yingquan Chen and Kristina Trusilova and Frauke Feser and M Heimann},
  year={2007}
}
[1] Continental to global-scale modeling of the carbon cycle using process-based models is subject to large uncertainties. These uncertainties originate from the model structure and uncertainty in model forcing fields; however, little is known about their relative importance. A thorough understanding and quantification of uncertainties is necessary to correctly interpret carbon cycle simulations and guide further model developments. This study elucidates the effects of different state-of-the… CONTINUE READING

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