Publications since 2015
Building a land data assimilation community to tackle technical challenges in quantifying and reducing uncertainty in land model predictions
MacBean et al., American Meteorological Society (2021)
Amazonian forest degradation must be incorporated into the COP26 agenda
Silva Junior et al., Nature Geoscience (2021)
Past abrupt changes, tipping points and cascading impacts in the Earth system
Brovkin et al., Nature Geoscience (2021)
Modelling feedbacks between human and natural processes in the land system
Robinson et al., Earth System Dynamics (2018)
Advancing the post-disciplinary understanding of coupled human–environment dynamics in the Anthropocene
Schimel at al., Anthropocene (2015)
Observing terrestrial ecosystems and the carbon cycle from space
Schimel et al., Global Change Biology (2015)
Published Prior to 2015
Anthropogenic perturbation of the carbon fluxes from land to ocean
Regnier et al., Nature Geoscience (2013)
A framework for benchmarking land models
Luo et al., Biogeosciences (2012)
An Overview of CMIP5 and the Experiment Design
Taylor et al., American Meterological Society (2012)
The representative concentration pathways: an overview
van Vuuren et al., Climatic Change (2011)
Toward an Integrated History to Guide the Future
van der Leeuw et al., Ecology and Society (2011)
The next generation of scenarios for climate change research and assessment
Moss et al., Nature (2010)
A strategy for climate change stabilization experiments
Hibbard et al., Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union (2007)
Climate–Carbon Cycle Feedback Analysis: Results from the C4MIP Model Intercomparison
Friedlingstein et al., Journal of Climate (2006)
Nonlinearities, Feedbacks and Critical Thresholds within the Earth's Climate System
Rial et al., Climatic Change (2004)
Towards new scenarios for analysis of emissions, climate change, impacts, and response strategies
IPCC Expert Meeting Report (2007)
Work plan for data exchange between the Integrated Assessment and Climate Modeling community in support of Phase-0 of scenario analysis for climate change assessment (Representative Community Pathways).
van Vuuren et al., (2007)
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