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Record number 488845
Title Climate change hampers endangered species by stronger water-related stresses
Author(s) Bartholomeus, R.; Witte, F.; Bodegom, P. van; Dam, J.C. van; Aerts, R.
Source Geophysical Research Abstracts 13 (2011). - ISSN 1029-7006
Department(s) Soil Physics, Ecohydrology and Groundwater Management
Publication type Non-refereed article in scientific journal
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) klimaatverandering - bedreigde soorten - stress omstandigheden - droogte - zuurstoftekort - bodemwaterbalans - ecohydrologie - climatic change - endangered species - stress conditions - drought - oxygen deficiency - soil water balance - ecohydrology
Categories Climatic Change
Abstract 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 presently unknown. In order to quantify oxygen and drought stress with causal measures, we focused on interacting meteorological, soil physical, microbial, and plant physiological processes in the soil-plant-atmosphere system. Contribution to the EGU General Assembly 2011.
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