Biodiversité, flux et changements globaux

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Milcu et al. 2018. 

NEE

 

Lavelle et al, 2016

lavelle

 

 

Roy et al. 2016

 

PNAS paper 2

 

Significance

Ecosystems are responding to climate change and increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Interactions between these factors have rarely been assessed experimentally during and after extreme climate events despite their predicted increase in intensity and frequency and their negative impact on primary productivity and soil carbon stocks. Here, we document how a grassland exposed to a forecasted 2050s climate shows a remarkable recovery of ecosystem carbon uptake after a severe drought and heat wave, this recovery being amplified under elevated CO2. Over the growing season, elevated CO2 entirely compensated for the negative impact of extreme heat and drought on net carbon uptake. This study highlights the importance of incorporating all interacting factors in the predictions of climate change impacts.

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Bonzom et al. 2016

Bonzom 2016

 

 

 

 

 

Fanin et al. 2016

Fanin 2016

 

Decaëns et al. 2015

Decaens 2015

 

 

Resco de Dios, et al., 2015

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