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Process-based proxy of oxygen stress surpasses indirect ones in predicting vegetation characteristics \ Ecohydrology [Scientific article]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Becker, P. de \ Aerts, R. \ 2012
Robust relationships among soil, water, atmosphere and plants are needed to reliably forecast the plant species composition. In this paper, we show the need for, and the application of, a process-based relationship between soil moisture conditions an ...
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Contrasting extremes in water-related stresses determine species survival \ Geographical Research Abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2012
Contribution to the EGU General Assembly 2012.
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Climate change threatens endangered plant species by stronger and interacting water-related stresses \ Samenvattingen Bodem Breed: 23e Nationaal Symposium Bodem Breed, 29 en 30 november 2011 Congrescentum De Werelt te Lunteren [Conference proceedings]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2011
Abstract of research showing that the combined effect of increased rainfall variability, temperature and atmospheric CO2 concentration will lead to an increased variability in both wet and dry extremes in stresses faced by plants. Plant stresses were ...
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Climate change threatens endangered plant species by stronger and interacting water-related stresses \ Journal of geophysical research. G, Biogeosciences [Scientific article]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2011
Atmospheric CO2-concentration, temperature and rainfall variability are all expected to increase in the near future. The resulting increased dynamics of soil moisture contents, together with increased plant physiological demands for both oxygen and w ...
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Climate change hampers endangered species by stronger water-related stresses \ Geophysical Research Abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2011
The international research community is beginning to realise that climate extremes may be more powerful drivers of vegetation change and species extinctions than slow-and-steady climatic changes, but the causal mechanisms of such changes are presentl ...
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Climate change hampers endangered species through intensified moisture-related plant stresses \ Abstracts 2010 AGU Fall Meeting [Conference proceedings]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2010
Abstract H33H-06 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 13-17 December 2010.
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Climate change hampers endangered species through intensified moisture-related plant stresses \ Geophysical Research Abstracts [Conference proceedings]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ Aerts, R. \ 2010
We demonstrate that increased rainfall variability in interaction with predicted changes in temperature and CO2, affects soil moisture conditions and plant oxygen and water demands such, that both oxygen stress and water stress will intensify due to ...
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Nieuwe maat voor bodemvochtregime ook geschikt onder toekomstig klimaat \ H twee O : tijdschrift voor watervoorziening en afvalwaterbehandeling [Article]
Bartholomeus, R.P. \ Witte, J.P.M. \ Bodegom, P.M. van \ Dam, J.C. van \ 2010
Huidige maten voor zuurstofstress in het wortelmilieu van planten, zoals de gemiddelde voorjaarsgrondwaterstand en het percentage luchtgevulde poriën, zijn niet geschikt voor klimaatprojecties. Dat komt doordat ze correlatief en indirect zijn en geen ...
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