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Do land surface models need to include differential plant species responses to drought? Examining model predictions across a mesic-xeric gradient in Europe
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Future climate change has the potential to increase drought in many regions of the globe, making it essential that land surface models (LSMs) used in coupled climate models realistically capture the drought responses of vegetation. Recent data syntheses show that drought sensitivity varies considerably among plants from different climate zones, but state-of-the-art LSMs currently assume the same drought sensitivity for all vegetation. We tested whether variabledoi:10.5194/bg-12-7503-2015 fatcat:on3sb73zkzashax6nctwjfr2wa