The handbook for standardised field and laboratory measurements in terrestrial climate‐change experiments and observational studies (ClimEx)

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  • Aud H. Halbritter
  • Hans J De Boeck
  • Amy E. Eycott
  • Sabine Reinsch
  • David A. Robinson
  • Sara Vicca
  • Bernd Berauer
  • Casper T. Christiansen
  • Marc Estiarte
  • José M. Grünzweig
  • Ragnhild Gya
  • Karin Hansen
  • Anke Jentsch
  • Hanna Lee
  • Sune Linder
  • John Marshall
  • Josep Peñuelas
  • Ellen Stuart‐Haëntjens
  • Peter Wilfahrt
  • Vigdis Vandvik
  • Nelson Abrantes
  • María Almagro
  • Inge H.J. Althuizen
  • Isabel C. Barrio
  • Mariska te Beest
  • Ilka Beil
  • Z. Carter Berry
  • Tone Birkemoe
  • Jarle W. Bjerke
  • Benjamin Blonder
  • Gesche Blume‐Werry
  • Gil Bohrer
  • Isabel Campos
  • Lucas A. Cernusak
  • Bogdan H. Chojnicki
  • Bernhard J. Cosby
  • Lee T. Dickman
  • Ika Djukic
  • Iolanda Filella
  • Lucia Fuchslueger
  • Albert Gargallo‐Garriga
  • Mark A.K. Gillespie
  • Gregory R. Goldsmith
  • Christopher Gough
  • Fletcher W. Halliday
  • Stein Joar Hegland
  • Günter Hoch
  • Petr Holub
  • Francesca Jaroszynska
  • Daniel M. Johnson
  • Scott B. Jones
  • Paul Kardol
  • Jan J. Keizer
  • Karel Klem
  • Heidi S. Konestabo
  • Jürgen Kreyling
  • György Kröel‐Dulay
  • Simon M. Landhäusser
  • Niki Leblans
  • Inma Lebron
  • Marco M. Lehmann
  • Jonas J. Lembrechts
  • Armando Lenz
  • Anja Linstädter
  • Joan Llusià
  • Marc Macias‐Fauria
  • Andrey V. Malyshev
  • Pille Mänd
  • Miles Marshall
  • Ashley M. Matheny
  • Nate McDowell
  • Ina C. Meier
  • Frederick C. Meinzer
  • Sean T. Michaletz
  • Megan L. Miller
  • Lena Muffler
  • Michal Oravec
  • Ivika Ostonen
  • Albert Porcar‐Castell
  • Catherine Preece
  • Iain C. Prentice
  • Dajana Radujković
  • Virve Ravolainen
  • Relena Ribbons
  • Jan C. Ruppert
  • Lawren Sack
  • Jordi Sardans
  • Andreas Schindlbacher
  • Christine Scoffoni
  • Bjarni D. Sigurdsson
  • Simon Smart
  • Stuart W. Smith
  • Fiona Soper
  • James D.M. Speed
  • Anne Sverdrup‐Thygeson
  • Markus A.K. Sydenham
  • Arezoo Taghizadeh‐Toosi
  • Richard J. Telford
  • Katja Tielbörger
  • Joachim P. Töpper
  • Otmar Urban
  • Martine van der Ploeg
  • Leandro Van Langenhove
  • Kristýna Večeřová
  • Arne Ven
  • Erik Verbruggen
  • Unni Vik
  • Robert Weigel
  • Thomas Wohlgemuth
  • Lauren K. Wood
  • Julie Zinnert
  • Kamal Zurba
Abstract Climate change is a worldwide threat to biodiversity and ecosystem structure, functioning, and services. To understand the underlying drivers and mechanisms, and to predict the consequences for nature and people, we urgently need better understanding of the direction and magnitude of climate-change impacts across the soil?plant?atmosphere continuum. An increasing number of climate-change studies is creating new opportunities for meaningful and high-quality generalisations and improved process understanding. However, significant challenges exist related to data availability and/or compatibility across studies, compromising opportunities for data re-use, synthesis, and upscaling. Many of these challenges relate to a lack of an established ?best practice? for measuring key impacts and responses. This restrains our current understanding of complex processes and mechanisms in terrestrial ecosystems related to climate change.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftMethods in Ecology and Evolution
Vol/bind11
Udgave nummer1
Sider (fra-til)22-37
Antal sider16
ISSN2041-210X
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2020

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