model coupling

LandSyMM

Integrated modeling of future natural and human systems

AgMIP GGCMI

Global Gridded Crop Model Intercomparison Project

Impacts of future agricultural change on ecosystem service indicators

A future of increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations, changing climate, growing human populations, and shifting socioeconomic conditions means that the global agricultural system will need to adapt in order to feed the world. These …

The role of global dietary transitions for safeguarding biodiversity

Diets lower in meat could reduce agricultural expansion and intensification thereby reducing biodiversity impacts. However, land use requirements, associated with alternate diets, in biodiverse regions across different taxa are not fully understood. …

Adaptation of global land use and management intensity to changes in climate and atmospheric carbon dioxide

Land use contributes to environmental change, but is also influenced by such changes. Climate and atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels' changes alter agricultural crop productivity, plant water requirements and irrigation water availability. The …

Modelling feedbacks between human and natural processes in the land system

The unprecedented use of Earth's resources by humans, in combination with increasing natural variability in natural processes over the past century, is affecting the evolution of the Earth system. To better understand natural processes and their …