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Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments

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  • Francois Rineau
  • Robert Malina
  • Natalie Beenaerts
  • Natascha Arnauts
  • Richard D. Bardgett
  • Matty P. Berg
  • Annelies Boerema
  • Liesbeth Bruckers
  • Jan Clerinx
  • Edouard L. Davin
  • Hans J. De Boeck
  • Marta Dondini
  • Frederik De Laender
  • Jacintha Ellers
  • Oscar Franken
  • Lucy Gilbert
  • Lukas Gudmundsson
  • Ivan A. Janssens
  • David Johnson
  • Sebastien Lizin
  • Bernard Longdoz
  • Patrick Meire
  • Dominique Meremans
  • Michele Moretti
  • Ivan Nijs
  • Anne Nobel
  • Iuliu Sorin Pop
  • Thomas Puetz
  • Wouter Reyns
  • Jacques Roy
  • Jochen Schuetz
  • Sonia I. Seneviratne
  • Pete Smith
  • Francesca Solmi
  • Jan Staes
  • Wim Thiery
  • Sofie Thijs
  • Inne Vanderkelen
  • Erik Verbruggen
  • Nele Witters
  • Jakob Zscheischler
  • Jaco Vangronsveld

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Original languageEnglish
Issue number11
Pages (from-to)809-816
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 28-Oct-2019


Despite great advances, experiments concerning the response of ecosystems to climate change still face considerable challenges, including the high complexity of climate change in terms of environmental variables, constraints in the number and amplitude of climate treatment levels, and the limited scope of responses and interactions covered. Drawing on the expertise of researchers from a variety of disciplines, this Perspective outlines how computational and technological advances can help in designing experiments that can contribute to overcoming these challenges, and also outlines a first application of such an experimental design.
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