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The fingerprint of the summer 2018 drought in Europe on ground-based atmospheric CO2 measurements
Title: The fingerprint of the summer 2018 drought in Europe on ground-based atmospheric CO2 measurements
Authors: Ramonet, MichelCiais, PhilippeApadula, FrancescoBartyzel, J.Bastos, A.Bergamaschi, P.Blanc, P. E.Brunner, DominikDi Torchiarolo, L. CaraccioloCalzolari, F.Chen, H.Chmura, L.Colomb, AurelieConil, SebastianCristofanelli, P.Cuevas Agulló, Emilio ORCID RESEARCHERID SCOPUSID Autor AEMETCurcoll, R.Delmotte, M.Sarra, A. diEmmenegger, L.Forster, G.Frumau, A.Gerbig, ChristophGheusi, FrancoisHammer, S.Haszpra, L.Hatakka, JuhaHazan, L.Heliasz, M.Henne, StephanHensen, A.Hermansen, OveKeronen, P.Kivi, RigelKomínková, K.Kubistin, DagmarLaurent, O.Laurila, TuomasLavric, J. V.Lehner, I.Lehtinen, Kari E. J.Leskinen, AriLeuenberger, Markus C.Levin, IngerborgLindauer, M.Lopez, MorganMyhre, C. LundMammarella, I.Manca, GiovanniManning, A.Marek, Michal, V.Marklund, P.Martin, D.Meinhardt, FrankMihalopoulos, NikosMölder, M.Morguí, J. A.Necki, J.O’Doherty, S.O’Dowd, C.Ottosson, M.Philippon, C.Piacentino, S.Pichon, Jean MarcPlass-Duelmer, C.Resovsky, A.Rivier, L.Rodó, X.Sha, Mahesh KumarScheeren, H. A.Sferlazzo, D.Spain, T. GerardStanley, Kieran M.Steinbacher, MartinTrisolino, P.Vermeulen, A. T.Vítková, G.Weyrauch, D.Xueref-Remy, I.Yala, K.Kwok, Camille Yver
Keywords: Europe; Drought; Atmospheric carbon dioxide; Measurements
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: The Royal Society
Citation: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 2020, 375, p. 1-14
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2019.0513
Abstract: During the summer of 2018, a widespread drought developed over Northern and Central Europe. The increase in temperature and the reduction of soil moisture have influenced carbon dioxide (CO2) exchange between the atmosphere and terrestrial ecosystems in various ways, such as a reduction of photosynthesis, changes in ecosystem respiration, or allowing more frequent fires. In this study, we characterize the resulting perturbation of the atmospheric CO2 seasonal cycles. 2018 has a good coverage of European regions affected by drought, allowing the investigation of how ecosystem flux anomalies impacted spatial CO2 gradients between stations. This density of stations is unprecedented compared to previous drought events in 2003 and 2015, particularly thanks to the deployment of the Integrated Carbon Observation System (ICOS) network of atmospheric greenhouse gas monitoring stations in recent years. Seasonal CO2 cycles from 48 European stations were available for 2017 and 2018.
Sponsorship : The UK sites were funded by the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (formerly the Department of Energy and Climate Change) through contracts TRN1028/06/2015 and TRN1537/06/2018. The stations at the ClimaDat Network in Spain have received funding from the ‘la Caixa’ Foundation, under agreement 2010-002624.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11765/13462
ISSN: 0962-8436
1471-2970
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