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https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-10-2009-2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-10-2009-2017
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22 May 2017
Model description paper |  | 22 May 2017

Carbon–nitrogen interactions in idealized simulations with JSBACH (version 3.10)

Daniel S. Goll, Alexander J. Winkler, Thomas Raddatz, Ning Dong, Ian Colin Prentice, Philippe Ciais, and Victor Brovkin

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The response of soil organic carbon decomposition to warming and the interactions between nitrogen and carbon cycling affect the feedbacks between the land carbon cycle and the climate. In the model JSBACH carbon–nitrogen interactions have only a small effect on the feedbacks, whereas modifications of soil organic carbon decomposition have a large effect. The carbon cycle in the improved model is more resilient to climatic changes than in previous version of the model.