12 Works

Urban Heat Island Hazard and Risk Indices for Austria

A. Storch, W. Schieder, B. Hollosi, A. Žuvela-Aloise, G. Prokop, S. Guggenberger & L. See

Pathways to Sustainable Land-Use and Food Systems. 2020 Report of the FABLE Consortium

, J. Poncet, A. Mosnier, G. Schmidt-Traub, M. Obersteiner, F. DeClerck, S. Jones, K. Pérez-Guzmán, C. Douzal & C. François

Implied emission factors in the World Bank’s Carbon Pricing Assessment Tool (CPAT)

F. Wagner, J. Borken-Kleefeld, G. Kiesewetter, Z. Klimont, W. Schoepp & M. Amann

Soil respiration database

L. Mukhortova, D. Shchepaschenko & A. Shvidenko

Soil respiration database

L. Mukhortova, D. Shchepaschenko & A. Shvidenko

FABLE Calculator 2020 update

A. Mosnier, L. Penescu, K. Pérez-Guzmán, J. Steinhauser, M. Thomson, C. Douzal & J. Poncet

Supplementary data for: Global Gridded Nitrogen Indicators: Influence of Crop Maps

K. Kaltenegger
Displaying Nitrogen (N) indicators on a global grid poses unique opportunities to quantify environmental impacts from N application in different world regions under a variety of conditions. Such calculations require the use of maps showing the geo-spatial distribution of crop production. Although there are several crop maps in the scientific literature to choose from, the consequences of this choice for the calculation of N indicators still need to be evaluated. In this study we analyze...

Supplementary data for: Global Gridded Nitrogen Indicators: Influence of Crop Maps

K. Kaltenegger
indicators on a global grid pose unique opportunities to quantify environmental impacts from N application simultaneously on various scales and different world regions. Such calculations require the use of maps showing the geo-spatial distribution of crop production. Although there are several crop maps in the scientific literature to choose from, the consequences of this choice for the calculation of N indicators still needs to be evaluated. In this study we analyze the differences of the...

Five best-practice steps to make your research open FAIR v1.0

D. Huppmann, P.-Y. Oei & I. Graabak

Innovations for Sustainability. Pathways to an efficient and post-pandemic future. Report prepared by The World in 2050

A. Grubler, J. Leininger, C. Zimm, G. Clarke, K. Ebi, D. Messner, J. RockströM, S. Van Der Leeuw, C. Wilson, E. Zusman, J. Sachs, A.P. Aguiar, A. Al Khourdajie, D. Arent, T. Arimoto, A. Bhowmik, B. Boza-Kiss, A. Breur, H. Carlsen, F. Carrero-Martinez, K.C. Stancova, I. Chabay, C.-W. Chao, W.E. Colglazier, D. Collste … & H. Yamada

Climate warming from managed grasslands cancels the cooling effect of carbon sinks in sparsely grazed and natural grasslands

J. Chang, P. Ciais, T. Gasser, P. Smith, M. Herrero, P. Havlik, M. Obersteiner, B. Guenet, D.S. Goll, W. Li, V. Naipal, S. Peng, C. Qiu, H. Tian, N. Viovy, C. Yue & D. Zhu
Grasslands absorb and release carbon dioxide (CO2), emit methane (CH4) from grazing livestock and emit nitrous oxide (N2O) from soils. Little is known about how the fluxes of these three greenhouse gases, from managed and natural grasslands worldwide, have contributed to past climate change, or the roles of managed pastures versus natural grasslands. Here, global trends and regional patterns of the full greenhouse gas balance of grasslands are estimated for the period 1750 to 2012....

Data for: A map of the extent and year of detection of oil palm plantations in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand

O. Danylo, J. Pirker, G. Lemoine, G. Ceccherini, L. See, I. McCallum, Hadi , F. Kraxner, F. Achard & S. Fritz
The dataset consists of nine tiles of 16-bit GeoTIFF at a resolution of 30 m with a single attribute value, i.e., the year in which the oil palm plantation was first detected. At this point the plantation is 2 to 3 year of age. The data values range from 0 to 37 where 0 is no data and subsequent numbers run through until 2017, the last year of our analysis. A value of 4 corresponds...

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