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      Scarce population genetic differentiation but substantial spatiotemporal phenotypic variation of water-use efficiency in Pinus sylvestris at its western distribution range 

      Santini, F.; Ferrio, J.P.; Heres, A.-M.; Notivol, E.; Piqué, M.; Serrano, L.; Shestakova, T.A.; Sin, E.; Vericat, P.; Voltas, J. (Springer, 2018)
      Water and carbon fluxes in forests are largely related to leaf gas exchange physiology varying across spatiotemporal scales and modulated by plant responses to environmental cues. We quantified the relevance of genetic and ...
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      Sea level damage risk with probabilistic weighting of IPCC scenarios: An application to major coastal cities 

      Abadie, L.M. (Elsevier, 2018)
      In some coastal cities there is an urgent need to decide on adaptation investments given the long periods needed to complete the relevant infrastructures. However such decisions are usually made under significant uncertainty ...
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      Sediment Respiration Pulses in Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams 

      von Schiller, D.; Datry, T.; Corti, R.; Foulquier, A.; Tockner, K.; Marcé, R.; García-Baquero, G.; Odriozola, I.; Obrador, B.; Elosegi, A.; Mendoza-Lera, C.; Gessner, M.O.; Stubbington, R.; Albariño, R.; Allen, D.C.; Altermatt, F.; Arce, M.I.; Arnon, S.; Banas, D.; Banegas-Medina, A.; Beller, E.; Blanchette, M.L.; Blanco-Libreros, J.F.; Blessing, J.; Boëchat, I.G.; Boersma, K.S.; Bogan, M.T.; Bonada, N.; Bond, N.R.; Brintrup, K.; Bruder, A.; Burrows, R.M.; Cancellario, T.; Carlson, S.M.; Cauvy-Fraunié, S.; Cid, N.; Danger, M.; de Freitas Terra, B.; Dehedin, A.; De Girolamo, A.M.; del Campo, R.; Díaz-Villanueva, V.; Duerdoth, C.P.; Dyer, F.; Faye, E.; Febria, C.; Figueroa, R.; Four, B.; Gafny, S.; Gómez, R.; Gómez-Gener, L.; Graça, M.A.S.; Guareschi, S.; Gücker, B.; Hoppeler, F.; Hwan, J.L.; Kubheka, S.; Laini, A.; Langhans, S.D.; Leigh, C.; Little, C.J.; Lorenz, S.; Marshall, J.; Martín, E.J.; McIntosh, A.; Meyer, E.I.; Milisa, M.; Mlambo, M.C.; Moleón, M.; Morais, M.; Negus, P.; Niyogi, D.; Papatheodoulou, A.; Pardo, I.; Paril, P.; Pesic, V.; Piscart, C.; Polasek, M.; Rodríguez-Lozano, P.; Rolls, R.J.; Sánchez-Montoya, M.M.; Savic, A.; Shumilova, O.; Steward, A.; Taleb, A.; Uzan, A.; Van der Vorste, R.; Waltham, N.; Woelfle-Erskine, C.; Zak, D.; Zarfl, C.; Zoppini, A. (American Geophysical Union, 2019)
      Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams (IRES) may represent over half the global stream network, but their contribution to respiration and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions is largely undetermined. In particular, little ...
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      Significant implications of permafrost thawing for climate change control 

      González-Eguino, Mikel; Neumann, Marc B. (Climatic Change, 2016-04-11)
      Large amounts of carbon are stored as permafrost within the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions. As permafrost thaws due to climate warming, carbon dioxide and methane are released. Recent studies indicate that the pool of carbon ...
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      Simulating rewetting events in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: A global analysis of leached nutrients and organic matter 

      Shumilova, O.; Zak, D.; Datry, T.; Von Schiller, D.; Corti, R.; Foulquier, A.; Obrador, B.; Tockner, K.; Allan, D.C.; Altermatt, F.; Arce, M.I.; Arnon, S.; Banas, D.; Banegas-Medina, A.; Beller, E.; Blanchette, M.L.; Blanco-Libreros, J.F.; Blessing, J.; Boëchat, I.G.; Boersma, K.; Bogan, M.T.; Bonada, N.; Bond, N.R.; Brintrup, K.; Bruder, A.; Burrows, R.; Cancellario, T.; Carlson, S.M.; Cauvy-Fraunié, S.; Cid, N.; Danger, M.; de Freitas, Terra, B.; Girolamo, A.M.D.; del Campo, R.; Dyer, F.; Elosegi, A.; Faye, E.; Febria, C.; Figueroa, R.; Four, B.; Gessner, M.O.; Gnohossou, P.; Cerezo, R.G.; Gomez-Gener, L.; Graça, M.A.S.; Guareschi, S.; Gücker, B.; Hwan, J.L.; Kubheka, S.; Langhans, S.D.; Leigh, C.; Little, C.J.; Lorenz, S.; Marshall, J.; McIntosh, A.; Mendoza-Lera, C.; Meyer, E.I.; Milisa, M.; Mlambo, M.C.; Moleón, M.; Negus, P.; Niyogi, D.; Papatheodoulou, A.; Pardo, I.; Paril, P.; Pesic, V.; Rodriguez-Lozano, P.; Rolls, R.J.; Sanchez-Montoya, M.M.; Savic, A.; Steward, A.; Stubbington, R.; Taleb, A.; Vorste, R.V.; Waltham, N.; Zoppini, A.; Zarfl, C. (John Wiley and Sons, 2019)
      Climate change and human pressures are changing the global distribution and the extent of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams (IRES), which comprise half of the global river network area. IRES are characterized by ...
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      Slip-band distributions and microstructural fading memory beneath the firn ice transition of polar ice sheets 

      Faria, S.H. (Elsevier, 2018)
      The Antarctic Ice Sheet is a continental ice mass with circa 23 million gigatons of ice, which represent roughly 67 % of world's freshwater supply. This colossal mass of ice is by no means static, as the old ice slowly ...
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      Social equity shapes zone-selection: Balancing aquatic biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services delivery in the transboundaryDanube River Basin 

      Domisch, S.; Kakouei, K.; Martínez-López, J.; Bagstad, K.J.; Magrach, A.; Balbi, S.; Villa, F.; Funk, A.; Hein, T.; Borgwardt, F.; Hermoso, V.; Jähnig, S.C.; Langhans, S.D. (Elsevier, 2019)
      Freshwater biodiversity is declining, despite national and international efforts to manage and protect freshwater ecosystems. Ecosystem-based management (EBM) has been proposed as an approach that could more efficiently ...
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      Southward re-distribution of tropical tuna fisheries activity can be explained by technological and management change 

      Rubio, I.; Ganzedo U., U.; Hobday, A.J.; Ojea, E. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2020)
      There is broad evidence of climate change causing shifts in fish distribution worldwide, but less is known about the response of fisheries to these changes. Responses to climate-driven shifts in a fishery may be constrained ...
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      Spatially explicit species distribution models: A missed opportunity in conservation planning? 

      Domisch, S.; Friedrichs, M.; Hein, T.; Borgwardt, F.; Wetzig, A.; Jähnig, S.C.; Langhans, S.D. (John Wiley and Sons, 2019)
      Aim: Systematic conservation planning is vital for allocating protected areas given the spatial distribution of conservation features, such as species. Due to incomplete species inventories, species distribution models ...
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      Species richness influences the spatial distribution of trees in European forests 

      Bastias, C.C.; Truchado, D.A; Valladares, F.; Benavides R.; Bouriaud O.; Bruelheide, H.; Coppi, A.; FinérL, L.; Gimeno, T.E.; Jaroszewicz, B; Scherer-Lorenzen, M; Selvi, F; De la Cruz, M. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2020)
      The functioning of plant communities is strongly influenced by the number of species in the community and their spatial arrangement. This is because plants interact with their nearest neighbors and this interaction is ...
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      Stakeholders perspectives on the operationalisation of the ecosystem service concept: Results from 27 case studies 

      Dick, J.; Turkelboom, F.; Woods, H.; Iniesta-Arandia, I.; Primmer, E.; Saarela, S.-R.; Bezák, P.; Mederly, P.; Leone, M.; Verheyden, W.; Kelemen, E.; Hauck, J.; Andrews, C.; Antunes, P.; Aszalós, R.; Baró, F.; Barton, D.N.; Berry, P.; Bugter, R.; Carvalho, L.; Czúcz, B.; Dunford, R.; Garcia Blanco, G.; Geamana, N.; Giuca, R.; Grizzetti, B.; Izakovicová, Z.; Kertész, M.; Kopperoinen, L.; Langemeyer, J.; Montenegro Lapola, D.; Liquete, C.; Luque, S.; Martínez Pastur, G.; Martin-Lopez, B.; Mukhopadhyay, R.; Niemela, J.; Odee, D.; Peri, P.L.; Pinho, P.; Patrício-Roberto, G.B.; Preda, E.; Priess, J.; Röckmann, C.; Santos, R.; Silaghi, D.; Smith, R.; Vadineanu, A.; van der Wal, J.T.; Arany, I.; Badea, O.; Bela, G.; Boros, E.; Bucur, M.; Blumentrath, S.; Calvache, M.; Carmen, E.; Clemente, P.; Fernandes, J.; Ferraz, D.; Fongar, C.; García-Llorente, M.; Gómez-Baggethun, E.; Gundersen, V.; Haavardsholm, O.; Kalóczkai, Á.; Khalalwe, T.; Kiss, G.; Köhler, B.; Lazányi, O.; Lellei-Kovács, E.; Lichungu, R.; Lindhjem, H.; Magare, C.; Mustajoki, J.; Ndege, C.; Nowell, M.; Nuss, Girona, S.; Ochieng, J.; Often, A.; Palomo, I.; Pataki, G.; Reinvang, R.; Rusch, G.; Saarikoski, H.; Smith, A.; Soy Massoni, E.; Stange, E.; Vågnes Traaholt, N.; Vári, Á.; Verweij, P.; Vikström, S.; Yli-Pelkonen, V.; Zulian, G. (Elsevier, 2018)
      The ecosystem service (ES) concept is becoming mainstream in policy and planning, but operational influence on practice is seldom reported. Here, we report the practitioners perspectives on the practical implementation ...
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      Stochastic diffusion models to describe the evolution of annual heatwave statistics: A three-factor model with risk calculations 

      Abadie, L.M.; Chiabai, A.; Neumann, M.B. (Elsevier, 2019)
      In view of risk assessments this paper proposes a stochastic diffusion model to characterise statistics of extreme events when climate- or environmental variables surpass critical thresholds. The proposed three-factor model ...
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      Summer drought and spring frost, but not their interaction, constrain European beech and Silver fir growth in their southern distribution limits 

      Gazol, A.; Camarero, J.J.; Colangelo, M.; de Luis, M.; Martínez del Castillo, E.; Serra-Maluquer, X. (Elsevier, 2019)
      Climate warming has lengthened the growing season by advancing leaf unfolding in many temperate tree species. However, an earlier leaf unfolding increases also the risk of frost damage in spring which may reduce tree radial ...
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      Taxing air pollutants and carbon individually or jointly: results from a CGE model enriched by an emission abatement sector 

      Kiuila, O.; Markandya, A.; Casný, M. (The International Input Output Association, 2019)
      We analyse the separate and collective impacts of emissions taxation to understand the internalisation effects of externalities. The analysis is carried out using a static computable general equilibrium model, with ...
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      Ten lessons for good practice for the INHERIT triple win: Health, equity, and environmental sustainability 

      Bell, R.; Khan, M.; Romeo-Velilla, M.; Stegeman, I.; Godfrey, A.; Taylor, T.; Morris, G.; Staatsen, B.; Van der, Vliet, N.; Kruize, H.; Anthun, K.S.; Lillefjell, M.; Espnes, G.A.; Chiabai, A.; de Jalón, S.G.; Quiroga, S.; Martinez-Juarez, P.; Máca, V.; Zverinová, I.; Scasny, M.; Marques, S.; Craveiro, D.; Westerink, J.; Spelt, H.; Karnaki, P.; Strube, R.; Merritt, A.-S.; Friberg, M.; Bélorgey, N.; Vos, M.; Gjorgjev, D.; Upelniece, I.; Costongs, C. (MDPI, 2019)
      The world s challenges of climate change, damage to ecosystems, and social and health inequalities require changes in human behaviours at every level of organisation, among governments, business, communities, and individuals. ...
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      Testing the SDG targets on water and sanitation using the world trade model with a waste, wastewater, and recycling framework 

      Dilekli, N; Cazcarro, I. (Elsevier, 2019)
      In this article, we employ an extended world trade model and rectangular choice of technology (WTM/RCOT) framework, which minimizes global factor costs subject to satisfying final demand and respecting region-specific ...
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      The Costs of Sea-Level Rise: Coastal Adaptation Investments vs. Inaction in Iberian Coastal Cities 

      Abadie, Luis María; Sainz de Murieta Zugadi, Elisa; Galarraga Gallastegui, Ibon (MDPI, 2020-04-24)
      Iberian coastal cities are subject to significant risks in the next decades due to climate change-induced sea-level rise. These risks are quite uncertain depending on several factors. In this article, we estimate potential ...
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      The ecosystem carbon sink implications of mountain forest expansion into abandoned grazing land: The role of subsoil and climatic factors 

      Pellis, G.; Chiti, T.; Rey, A.; Curiel Yuste, J.; Trotta, C.; Papale, D. (Elsevier, 2019)
      Woody encroachment is a widespread phenomenon resulting from the abandonment of mountain agricultural and pastoral practices during the last century. As a result, forests have expanded, increasing biomass and necromass ...
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      The effect of area based urban regeneration policies on fuel poverty: Evidence from a natural experiment in Northern Ireland 

      Mohan, G.; Longo, A.; Kee, F. (Elsevier, 2018)
      This paper studies the effect of the most extensive area based regeneration policy in Northern Ireland Neighbourhood Renewal (NR) on fuel poverty using a natural experiment approach. NR was launched in 2003 in Northern ...
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      The energy requirements of a developed world 

      Arto Olaizola, Ignacio; Capellán-Pérez, Iñigo; Lago Aurrecoechea, Rosa María; Bueno Mendieta, Gorka; Bermejo Gómez de Segura, Roberto Juan (Elsevier, 2016-08)
      Through history, special attention has been paid to the study of the relationship between the energy use of a country and its level of development. While the interest of this research area is unquestionable, the energy ...