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The global treeline phenomenon follows a common high elevation or high latitude isotherm (Korner 2012). Because treeline position (not necessarily the growth rate of trees) is defined by temperature irrespective of season length (beyond a minimum of three months), treeline elevation can be modelled with surprisingly high precision (Paulsen and Korner 2014).
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#1Samantha C. Patrick (University of Liverpool)H-Index: 24
#2Julien Martin (U of O: University of Ottawa)H-Index: 34
Last. Henri WeimerskirchH-Index: 111
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The ability of individuals and populations to adapt to a changing climate is a key determinant of population dynamics. While changes in mean behaviour are well studied, changes in trait variance have been largely ignored, despite being assumed to be crucial for adapting to a changing environment. As the ability to acquire resources is essential to both reproduction and survival, changes in behaviours that maximise resource acquisition, should be under selection. Here, using foraging trip duratio...
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#1J. Julio Camarero (CSIC: Spanish National Research Council)H-Index: 70
#2Antonio Gazol (CSIC: Spanish National Research Council)H-Index: 27
Last. Eryuan Liang (CAS: Chinese Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 37
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In his letter to the editor, Korner (2021) commented on our recent assessment of climate impacts on tree growth at treeline (Camarero et al. 2021). We share some of his opinions such as the non-linear responses of growth to temperature. We also agree that focusing on temperature-dependent processes such as growth can improve forecasts of treeline responses to climate. However, we disagree on his commentary suggesting that we concluded treeline will no longer be limited by low temperature and tha...
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Given the prospects of low short-term emissions reduction, carbon removals (CDRs) are expected to play an important role in achieving ambitious mitigation targets in future scenarios of Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs), particularly Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS). In this paper, we explore the IAMC 1.5oC database to depict the characteristics of the two main CDR options present in mitigation scenarios: BECCS and Afforestation/Reforestation. We apply a linear mixed effect mo...
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#1Binzhe Li (CAU: China Agricultural University)H-Index: 1
#2He Song (AAU: Anhui Agricultural University)
Last. Jingheng Guo (CAU: China Agricultural University)H-Index: 9
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Enhancing soil organic carbon (SOC) through applying animal manure is of interest for both sustaining cereal production and mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Previous syntheses showed that manuring-induced SOC changes varied substantially with agricultural managements and environmental conditions, while their significance and relative importance to such variability are still largely uncertain. Here, we presented a new synthesis using an updated and balanced database integrating the manu...
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#1Hao Huang (TJU: Tianjin University)H-Index: 2
#2Wei Song (TJU: Tianjin University)H-Index: 11
Last. Xue-Yan Liu (TJU: Tianjin University)H-Index: 21
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Anthropogenic nitrogen (N) emissions and deposition have been increasing over past decades. However, spatiotemporal variations of N deposition levels and major sources remain unclear in many regions, which hinders making strategies of emission mitigation and evaluating effects of elevated N deposition. By investigating moss N contents and δ15 N values in southwestern China in 1954-1964, 1970-1994, and 2005-2015, we reconstructed fluxes and source contributions of atmospheric ammonium (NH4+ ) and...
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#1Junyan Liu (CAS: Chinese Academy of Sciences)
#2Heng-Xing Zou (Rice University)
Last. Yan Wu (CAS: Chinese Academy of Sciences)
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Subalpine vegetation across the Tibetan Plateau is globally one of the most sensitive to climate change. However, the potential landscape-scale effects of climate change on subalpine forest dynamics remain largely unexplored. Here, we used a forest landscape model (LANDIS-II) coupled with a forest ecosystem process model (PnET-II) to simulate forest dynamics under future climate change in Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve in the southeastern subalpine region of the Tibetan Plateau. We examined ...
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#1Xiangbi Chen (CAS: Chinese Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 14
#2Yajun Hu (CAS: Chinese Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 24
Last. Yirong Su (CAS: Chinese Academy of Sciences)H-Index: 18
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Paddy soils make up the largest anthropogenic wetlands on earth, and are characterized by a prominent potential for organic carbon (C) sequestration. By quantifying the plant- and microbial-derived C in soils across four climate zones, we identified that organic C accrual is achieved via contrasting pathways in paddy and upland soils. Paddies are 39%-127% more efficient in soil organic C (SOC) sequestration than their adjacent upland counterparts, with greater differences in warmer than cooler c...
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#1Decai GaoH-Index: 7
#2Jobin JosephH-Index: 3
Last. Frank HagedornH-Index: 53
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Above and belowground compartments in ecosystems are closely coupled on daily to annual timescales. In mature forests, this interlinkage and how it is impacted by drought is still poorly understood. Here, we pulse-labelled 100-year-old trees with 13 CO2 within a 15-year-long irrigation experiment in a naturally dry pine forest to quantify how drought regime affects the transfer and use of assimilates from trees to the rhizosphere and associated microbial communities. It took 4 days until new 13 ...
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#1Corey T. CallaghanH-Index: 12
#2Diana E. BowlerH-Index: 20
Last. Henrique M. PereiraH-Index: 54
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Urban expansion poses a serious threat to biodiversity. Given that the expected area of urban land cover is predicted to increase by 2-3 million km2 by 2050, urban environments are one of the most widespread human-dominated land-uses affecting biodiversity. Responses to urbanization differ greatly among species. Some species are unable to tolerate urban environments (i.e., urban avoiders), others are able to adapt and use areas with moderate levels of urbanization (i.e., urban adapters), and yet...
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