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  Information - BG4.04 Impacts of climate, atmospheric chemistry, and humans on the terrestrial carbon cycle (co-listed in SSS)

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Environmental factors including climate variability, N deposition, tropospheric ozone, and elevated CO2 have been recognized as significant factors affecting the carbon cycle of terrestrial ecoystems. These factors have well-known direct and secondary effects on plant physiology and nutrient cycling, but their interactions are complex and poorly understood, and their effects at landscape to continental scales are uncertain. Multi-factor experiments have yielded useful but limited insight for estimating and predicting ecosystem responses, so for the most comprehensive analyses, models that are built upon key physical and biological process are employed. This session is aimed to provide a platform for both experimental scientists and modelers to present their researches on the topic and update the information of our current knowledge.

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