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https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-20-1829-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-20-1829-2023
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22 May 2023
Research article |  | 22 May 2023

Carbon cycle extremes accelerate weakening of the land carbon sink in the late 21st century

Bharat Sharma, Jitendra Kumar, Auroop R. Ganguly, and Forrest M. Hoffman

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Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide increases vegetation growth and causes more heatwaves and droughts. The impact of such climate extremes is detrimental to terrestrial carbon uptake capacity. We found that due to overall climate warming, about 88 % of the world's regions towards the end of 2100 will show anomalous losses in net biospheric productivity (NBP) rather than gains. More than 50 % of all negative NBP extremes were driven by the compound effect of dry, hot, and fire conditions.
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