Articles | Volume 8, issue 4
https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-8-1097-2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-8-1097-2015
Development and technical paper
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21 Apr 2015
Development and technical paper |  | 21 Apr 2015

Modelling climate change responses in tropical forests: similar productivity estimates across five models, but different mechanisms and responses

L. Rowland, A. Harper, B. O. Christoffersen, D. R. Galbraith, H. M. A. Imbuzeiro, T. L. Powell, C. Doughty, N. M. Levine, Y. Malhi, S. R. Saleska, P. R. Moorcroft, P. Meir, and M. Williams

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This study evaluates the capability of five vegetation models to simulate the response of forest productivity to changes in temperature and drought, using data collected from an Amazonian forest. This study concludes that model consistencies in the responses of net canopy carbon production to temperature and precipitation change were the result of inconsistently modelled leaf-scale process responses and substantial variation in modelled leaf area responses.