Full effects of land use change in the representative concentration pathways

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Davies-Barnard, T.; Valdes, P. J.; Singarayer, J. S.; Pacifico, F. M.; Jones, C. D.;
(2014)

Future land use change (LUC) is an important component of the IPCC representative concentration pathways (RCPs), but in these scenarios' radiative forcing targets the climate impact of LUC only includes greenhouse gases. However, climate effects due to physical changes ... View more
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