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  List of Accepted Contributions - BG4.1 Biogeochemical feedbacks on global climate change (co-listed in OS)

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Telszewski, M.; Chazottes, A.; Schuster, U.; Moulin, C.; Watson, A.J.; Bakker, D.C.E.
Near-real time maps of the air to sea CO2 flux in the North Atlantic

Kasikowski, T; Poulter, B; Betts, RA; Boucher, O; Venevsky, S; Golding, N
Optimisation and validation of fire model coupled with Hadley Centre General Circulation Model

Pacifico, F.; Sitch, S.; Jones, C.; Harrison, S.; Sanderson, M.
Interactions between natural hydrocarbon emissions, ozone and climate: towards a fully coupled dynamic earth system model

Wohlfahrt, G.; Hammerle, A.; Haslwanter, A.; Bahn, M.; Tappeiner, U.; Cernusca, A.
Diffuse vs. direct radiation effects on the ecosystem CO2 exchange of a mountain grassland: a combined theoretical and experimental study

Keenan, T; Gracia, C; Sabate, S
Mesophyll conductance controls over ecophysiological responses to drought in 6 Mediterranean forest ecosystems – data analysis and modelling

Le Page, Y.; Venevsky, S.; Pereira, J.M.C; van der Werf, G.
Spatio-temporal representation of biomass burning in a global fire model. Comparison to satellite data and assessment of the fire-driving assumptions.

Keenan, T; Niinemets, U; Gracia, C; Noe, S; Penuelas, J; Sabate, S
European BVOC emissions: A model comparison, and future emission trends from European forests.

van Huissteden, J.; Hendriks, D.M.D; Petrescu, A.M.R; Rebel, K.T.; Berrittella, C.
Sensitivity analysis of a wetland methane emission process model based on temperate and arctic wetland sites.

Poulter, B; Heyder, U; Cramer, W
Modelling the sensitivity of seasonal gross primary productivity to water and light limitations along a tropical forest moisture gradient

Petrescu, A.M.R; van Beek, L.P.H; van Huissteden, J.; Dolman, A.J.
Modelling CH4 emissions from arctic wetlands: from a regional to a global scale

Zaehle, S; Friend, AD; Friedlingstein, P; Schulz, M
Modelling ecosystem nitrogen dynamics to simulate historical and future terrestrial greenhouse gas budgets

García, R.; Keenan, T.; Zaehle, S.; Friend, A.; Gracia, C.; Sabaté, S.
Ecophysiological responses to drought in Mediterranean forest ecosystems: data analysis and the evaluation of model predictions in drought prone environments

Lourantou, A.; Lavric, J. V.; Schaefer, H.; Köhler, P.; Barnola, J.-M.; Michel, E.; Paillard, D.; Raynaud, D.; Chappellaz, J.
Constraints on the causes of CO2 rise during deglaciations: atmospheric stable carbon isotope ratio of CO2 from Antarctic ice cores

Friend, A.D.; GREENCYCLES Project Members
Biogenic feedbacks on the atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases: overview of the GREENCYCLES network

Gumpenberger, M.
Effects on carbon cycle and vegetation dynamics from woodfuel extraction using a dynamic global vegetation model (LPJmL)

Mikkelsen, TN; Climaite Team
CLIMAITE – a three factor climate change ecosystem manipulation experiment

Jerry Tjiputra, JT; Christoph Heinze, CH; Karen Assmann, KA; Ingo Bethke, IB; Christophe Sturm, CS
Analysis of land and ocean carbon cycle feedback to future climate change using an earth system modeling approach

Formolo, M.; Petsch, S.; Martini, A.; Salacup, J.; Nüsslein, K.
Atmospheric methane sources linked to anaerobic hydrocarbon biodegradation in sedimentary basins during Pleistocene glaciation. (withdrawn)

Shannon, S. R.; Lunt, D. J.
Modeling seasonal and interannual changes in mineral dust concentrations using a dynamic global vegetation model

van der Merwe, H; Friend, A.D.
Quantifying the Effect of Biogeochemical Feedbacks on Global Climate Change

Sicardi, S
Detecting future changes in ocean circulation from atmospheric oxygen

Prigent, C; Papa, F; Rossow, B; Matthews, E
Global wetland dynamic derived from multi-satellite estimates: a 12-year record for hydrological studies and methane emission modelling

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