New publication: Source and sink carbon dynamics and carbon allocation in the Amazon basin

Posted on 28th April 2015

Christopher E. Doughty, D. B. Metcalfe, C. A. J. Girardin, F. F. Amezquita, L. Durand, W. Huaraca Huasco, J. E. Silva-Espejo, A. Araujo-Murakami, M. C. da Costa, A. C. L. da Costa, W. Rocha, P. Meir, D. Galbraith, Y. Malhi (2015) Source and sink carbon dynamics and carbon allocation in the Amazon basin Global Biogeochemical […]

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New publication: Modelling climate change responses in tropical forests: similar productivity estimates across five models, but different mechanisms and responses

Posted on 27th April 2015

L. Rowland, A. Harper, B. O. Christoffersen, D. R. Galbraith, H. M. A. Imbuzeiro, T. L. Powell, C. Doughty, N. M. Levine, Y. Malhi, S. R. Saleska, P. R. Moorcroft P. Meir1 and M. Williams (2015) Modelling climate change responses in tropical forests: similar productivity estimates across five models, but different mechanisms and responses Geoscientific […]

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The implications of carbon dioxide and methane exchange for the heavy mitigation RCP2.6 scenario under two metrics

Posted on 20th April 2015

Chris Huntingford, Jason A. Lowe, Nicholas Howarth, Niel H.A. Bowerman, Laila K. Gohar, Alexander Otto, David S. Lee, Stephen M. Smith, Michel G.J. den Elzen, Detlef P. van Vuuren, Richard J. Millar, Myles R. Allen 2015 The implications of carbon dioxide and methane exchange for the heavy mitigation RCP2.6 scenario under two metrics Environmental Science […]

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New publication on the advancement of South Asian summer monsoon simulations

Posted on 7th April 2015

J. Karmacharya, R. C. Levine, R. Jones, W. Moufouma-Okia, M. New (2015) Sensitivity of systematic biases in South Asian summer monsoon simulations to regional climate model domain size and implications for downscaled regional process studies Climate Dynamics DOI 10.1007/s00382-015-2565-6 Abstract Global climate models (GCMs) have good skill in simulating climate at the global scale yet […]

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