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Multi‐model Analysis of Future Land‐use and Climate Change Impacts on Ecosystem Functioning
Land use and climate changes both affect terrestrial ecosystems. Here, we used three combinations of Shared Socioeconomic Pathways and Representative Concentration Pathways (SSP1xRCP26, SSP3xRCP60, and SSP5xRCP85) as input to three dynamic global vegetation models to assess the impacts and associated uncertainty on several ecosystem functions: terrestrial carbon storage and fluxes, evapotranspiration, surface albedo, and runoff. We also performed sensitivity simulations in which we kept eitherdoi:10.1029/2018ef001123 fatcat:x4kjt2z7jjc4vpdkaxyguiqeza