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Biosphere-atmosphere interactions play a pivotal role in the carbon, water and energy exchange of the Earth System. Vegetation is a key component of this exchange and the interactions with climate, and their associated feedbacks have a large impact on e.g. surface temperature, regional cloud formation and water availability. With warmer temperatures in a changing climate and a higher prevalence of summer drought projected for the future, it is crucial to understand the impact of climate anomalies on the interactions between the land surface and the atmosphere. This seminar will present general aspects on biosphere-atmosphere interactions and some research results on the impacts of drought on these interactions, including e.g. Wolf et al. 2016 (PNAS) and Wolf et al. 2017 (JoH) Show more
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Organisational unit03798 - Kirchner, James W. / Kirchner, James W.
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