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Current state of knowledge regarding South America wetlands and their future under global climate change

Wolfgang J. Junk
2012 Aquatic Sciences  
Despite the fact that most South American countries have signed the Ramsar convention, efforts to elaborate basic data have been insufficient, thereby hindering the formulation of a wetland-friendly policy  ...  Precipitation may decrease slightly near the Caribbean coast as well as over large parts of Brazil, Chile, and Patagonia, but increase in Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru, around the equator, and in southeastern  ...  Several large projects are ongoing about the contribution of the Amazon basin to the regional and global climate, such as the Large Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazônia (LBA), the Environmental  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00027-012-0253-8 fatcat:oi4pnlvvlfberhjpkau2g6yari

Terrestrial ecosystem model studies and their contributions to AsiaFlux

Akihiko ITO, Kazuhito ICHII
2021 Journal of Agricultural Meteorology  
The development and use of data-driven (statistical and machine learning) models has further enhanced the utilization of field survey and satellite remote sensing data.  ...  A wide variety of models have been developed and used in studies of land-atmosphere interactions and the carbon cycle, with aims of data integration, sensitivity analysis, interpolation, and extrapolation  ...  This work is a contribution of the AsiaFlux 20th Anniversary, and the authors express their gratitude to all flux researchers whose work is discussed in this review. export flows: a global model assessment  ... 
doi:10.2480/agrmet.d-20-00024 fatcat:wbytwszntrhnlf2ooovyhsvpcm

A look at the importance of the economic valuation of the regulation services of natural wetlands [chapter]

Christian Alejandra Vidal Sierra, Ciro Alfonso Serna Mendoza, Coral Jazvel Pacheco Figueroa
2021 Conflicts over use of urban and regional spaces in the time of climate changes. Good management and planning practices  
-full of movement and interactions, lively, noisy, colorful and diverse in all senses.  ...  Claudia Jurado Alvarán talks about the emigration of young people from the countryside and the very diffi cult situation in the countryside.  ...  Climate change may be due to natural internal processes or changes from external forces, or even from persistent anthropogenic changes in the composition of the atmosphere or in land use" (Ministerio del  ... 
doi:10.31338/uw.9788323548546.pp.196-205 fatcat:hc6y3kotn5avja4oyh6hj5537q

Reviews and syntheses: Influences of landscape structure and land uses on local to regional climate and air quality

Raia Silvia Massad, Juliette Lathiére, Mathieu Perrin, Erwan Personne, Marc Stefanon, Patrick Stella, Susanna Strada, Sophie Szopa, Nathalie de Noblet-Ducoudré
2018 Biogeosciences Discussions  
interactions, from local to global scales.  ...  </p><p> In the context of LULCCs, the importance of land-atmosphere interactions for climate and air quality have been analysed in many studies published over the last years, with a large range of spatial  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by a grant overseen by the French National Research Agency (ANR) as part of the "Investments  ... 
doi:10.5194/bg-2018-419 fatcat:regbv3jitbgnjcmqosrtfu5q3u

Reviews and syntheses: influences of landscape structure and land uses on local to regional climate and air quality

Raia Silvia Massad, Juliette Lathière, Susanna Strada, Mathieu Perrin, Erwan Personne, Marc Stéfanon, Patrick Stella, Sophie Szopa, Nathalie de Noblet-Ducoudré
2019 Biogeosciences  
interactions, from local to global scales.  ...  The objectives of this review are to synthesize the existing experimental and modelling works that investigate physical, chemical, and/or biogeochemical interactions between land surfaces and the atmosphere  ...  The work of Marc Stéfanon was supported by the French National Research Agency (ANR) as part of the project Forewer (ANR-14-CE05-0028). Review statement.  ... 
doi:10.5194/bg-16-2369-2019 fatcat:4e7otqgigfchdhgkdghivu7kta

Research developments in the hydrological sciences in Canada (1995-1998): surface water ? quantity, quality and ecology

O. Slaymaker
2000 Hydrological Processes  
He discusses scaling of input data for macroscale modelling and applications of an atmospheric model to simulation of streamflow series. Kite (1997) is an instructive example for the Columbia River.  ...  From the role of large organic debris in steep river channels (Hogan and Bird, 1994) to the investigation of fish habitat as a function of hydrological behaviour (Hartman et al., 1996), the biotic factor  ... 
doi:10.1002/1099-1085(20000630)14:9<1539::aid-hyp77>3.0.co;2-8 fatcat:krzre53bs5crxlzeukjpuqngby

Amazon hydrology from space: scientific advances and future challenges

Alice César Fassoni‐Andrade, Ayan Santos Fleischmann, Fabrice Papa, Rodrigo Cauduro Dias de Paiva, Sly Wongchuig, John M. Melack, Adriana Aparecida Moreira, Adrien Paris, Anderson Ruhoff, Claudio Barbosa, Daniel Andrade Maciel, Evlyn Novo (+11 others)
2021 Reviews of Geophysics  
Over the past decades, advances in satellite-based remote sensing (RS) have brought our understanding of its terrestrial water cycle and the associated hydrological processes to a new era.  ...  Earth observations have played a major role in supporting research in Amazon hydrology, and the characterization of several hydrological processes was only possible with the help of remote sensing data  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank Paul Bates from the University of Bristol and two other  ... 
doi:10.1029/2020rg000728 fatcat:6f6vqdhsibhxpdapfyj37udvni

Comparing global models of terrestrial net primary productivity (NPP): overview and key results

W. Cramer, D. W. Kicklighter, A. Bondeau, B. Moore Iii, G. Churkina, B. Nemry, A. Ruimy, A. L. Schloss, ThE. Participants OF. ThE. Potsdam Intercomparison
1999 Global Change Biology  
The broad global pattern of NPP and the relationship of annual NPP to the major climatic variables coincided in most areas.  ...  Seventeen global models of terrestrial biogeochemistry were compared with respect to annual and seasonal¯uxes of net primary productivity (NPP) for the land biosphere.  ...  Particularly, the technical support by Blandine Lurin, then at the Paris of®ce of IGBP-DIS, in bringing the data sets together, making them accessible to all participants and performing a range of comparison  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2486.1999.00009.x fatcat:odwskihsufgwzb2i5k4sw75ade

Mapping the irrecoverable carbon in Earth's ecosystems

Monica L. Noon, Allie Goldstein, Juan Carlos Ledezma, Patrick R. Roehrdanz, Susan C. Cook-Patton, Seth A. Spawn-Lee, Timothy Maxwell Wright, Mariano Gonzalez-Roglich, David G. Hole, Johan Rockström, Will R. Turner
2021 Nature Sustainability  
The world's remaining 139.1 ± 443.6 Gt of irrecoverable carbon faces risks from land-use conversion and climate change.  ...  The carbon released through the burning of fossil fuels would take millennia to regenerate on Earth.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the following researchers for their contribution to this study: B. Bernal (Winrock International) for guidance on sequestration in freshwater wetlands; N. Harris and D.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41893-021-00803-6 fatcat:e23zcruou5hztni7uad7mhjzvm

Carbon fluxes and storage in forests and landscapes [chapter]

Jiquan Chen, Ranjeet John, Ge Sun, Steve McNulty, Asko Noormets, Jingfeng Xiao, Monica G. Turner, Jerry F. Franklin
2014 Forest Landscapes and Global Change  
relationships, and provide examples of their values from selected case studies.  ...  The objective of this chapter is to provide a glimpse of current knowledge of carbon fl uxes and storage in forests at both ecosystem and landscape scales.  ...  The two anonymous reviewers helped us to reorganize the structure of an earlier version. Literature cited  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-0953-7_6 fatcat:opmjg4dy2fhzjlz775pzn2ibpy

The Global Methane Budget 2000–2017

Marielle Saunois, Ann R. Stavert, Ben Poulter, Philippe Bousquet, Joseph G. Canadell, Robert B. Jackson, Peter A. Raymond, Edward J. Dlugokencky, Sander Houweling, Prabir K. Patra, Philippe Ciais, Vivek K. Arora (+79 others)
2019 Earth System Dynamics Discussions  
The most important source of uncertainty in the methane budget is attributable to natural emissions, especially those from wetlands and other inland waters.  ...  urban monitoring to constrain bottom-up land surface models, and at regional scales (surface networks and satellites) to constrain atmospheric inversions; iv) improvements of transport models and the  ...  Atmospheric Methane, Remote Sensing, 9, 2017.  ... 
doi:10.5194/essd-2019-128 fatcat:fwprfquq65dipotvbhnv6txwu4

Remotely-sensed data; technology, management and markets

1995 Space policy  
The recent entry of private firms into the development and operation of remote sensing systems affords U.S. firms the opportunity to develop a new space industry, supplying high-quality data to worldwide  ...  This report examines U.S. plans for managing the prodigious quantities of data expected from current, planned, and future remote sensing satellites.  ...  Although users of remotely sensed data are likely to benefit from having access to improved transmission lines, driven by large-scale commercial applications, the remote sensing market alone is too small  ... 
doi:10.1016/0265-9646(95)90002-0 fatcat:b3v4qqvk3zhbrjb22bnirnxvcy

THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

1896 Science  
Balance -Integrative research utilizing data from the Large Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia will document current understanding of carbon source and sink dynamics, the processes controlling  ...  Microwave remote-sensing techniques were used to measure wetland extent and seasonal variability, and the resulting data were combined with results from existing field studies of CH 4 flux in a model to  ...  balance; and the physical and chemical variability in riverine and estuarine environments in relation to large-scale atmospheric and oceanic conditions (to discriminate natural from human-induced effects  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.3.57.145 pmid:17741597 fatcat:q32s63dvgreljbmozxlqfzvp6m

The Smithsonian Institution

1949 Nature  
Balance -Integrative research utilizing data from the Large Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia will document current understanding of carbon source and sink dynamics, the processes controlling  ...  Microwave remote-sensing techniques were used to measure wetland extent and seasonal variability, and the resulting data were combined with results from existing field studies of CH 4 flux in a model to  ...  balance; and the physical and chemical variability in riverine and estuarine environments in relation to large-scale atmospheric and oceanic conditions (to discriminate natural from human-induced effects  ... 
doi:10.1038/163886b0 fatcat:77bumsfprrbajbaiat3q7ajrdm

Smithsonian Institution

1965 Journal of the history of medicine and allied sciences  
Balance -Integrative research utilizing data from the Large Scale Biosphere-Atmosphere Experiment in Amazonia will document current understanding of carbon source and sink dynamics, the processes controlling  ...  Microwave remote-sensing techniques were used to measure wetland extent and seasonal variability, and the resulting data were combined with results from existing field studies of CH 4 flux in a model to  ...  balance; and the physical and chemical variability in riverine and estuarine environments in relation to large-scale atmospheric and oceanic conditions (to discriminate natural from human-induced effects  ... 
doi:10.1093/jhmas/xx.4.418 fatcat:lmuabhdvx5audfmki4n2vvoggm
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