Record nummer 2056087
Titel artikel Effects of rising atmospheric CO2 on evapotranspiration and soil moisture: a practical approach for the Netherlands
Auteur(s) Kruijt, B. ; Witte, J.P.M. ; Jacobs, C.M.J. ; Kroon, T.
Tijdschrifttitel Journal of hydrology
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 349(2008)3/4
Paginering 257 - 267
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Trefwoorden (cab) broeikasgassen / vegetatietypen / bodemwater / evapotranspiratie
Rubrieken Plantenecologie
Publicatie type Wetenschappelijk artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The extent to which climate change will affect evapotranspiration and water deficits is still uncertain. Temperature increase was recently shown to lead to enhanced drought in the Netherlands. In contrast, experimental evidence shows that elevated atmospheric CO2 concentrations tend to reduce stomatal opening in plants. This leads to lower transpiration rates, although models of atmospheric and soil water feedback show that reductions may be smaller than expected from stomatal closure. We combined the various effects and feedbacks
Betrokken instanties Alterra WUR
KWR, Watercycle Research Institute
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Vakgroep Oecologie en Oecotoxicologie
Rijksinstituut voor Integraal Zoetwaterbeheer en Afvalwaterbehandeling (RIZA)
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