2 edition of Climate-vegetation interactions found in the catalog.
Workshop on Climate-Vegetation Interactions (1986 Goddard Space Flight Center).
by Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Studies, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo
Written in English
|Contributions||University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Studies.|
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|Pagination||156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
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Changing climate conditions are amplified in polar regions and northern high-latitude areas are projected to warm at twice the rate of the global average.
These modifications result in ecosystem interactions and feedbacks that can augment or mitigate climatic changes. These interactions may have been important through the large climate fluctuations since the glacial period (the last ca.
"Vegetation-Climate Interaction is a wonderfully simple yet elegant treatise on how vegetation patterns are closely linked to the global environment. The book is liberally laced with useful figures and photos that contribute greatly to making the complex topics by: Furthermore, previous studies investigated the Cretaceous vegetation-climate interactions using prescribed vegetation changes (Otto-Bliesner and Upchurch, ;Upchurch et al., ) or an Author: Victor Brovkin.
Jonathan Adams provides a readable, accessible account of the way in which the world’s Climate-vegetation interactions book life partly controls its own environment.
Starting from the broad patterns in vegetation which have classically been seen as a passive response to climate, the book builds up from the local scale - microclimates produced by plants - to the regional and global scale.
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A global and seasonal assessment of regions of the earth with strong climate–vegetation biophysical process (VBP) interactions is provided. The presence of VBP and degree of VBP effects on climate were assessed based on the skill of simulations of observed global precipitation by two general circulation models of the atmosphere coupled to three land Cited by: Learn climate and vegetation with free interactive flashcards.
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Contribution to Book Late Cretaceous Climate, Vegetation, and Ocean Interactions Warm Climates in Earth History (). Earth’s climate is influenced by interactions involving the Sun, ocean, atmosphere, clouds, ice, land, and life. Climate varies by region as a result of local differences in these interactions.
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Lowell Street, Tucson, AZUSA [email protected] If shifts in vegetation simply involve replacement of species with similar functional roles, impacts on ecosystem services will be modest. However, if climate change creates new temporal niches and novel climates, then it will be the outcome of climate-vegetation interactions that determines shifts in ecological services.