Using Scenarios to Evaluate Vulnerability of Grassland Communities to Climate Change in the Southern Great Plains of the United States

Using Scenarios to Evaluate Vulnerability of Grassland Communities to Climate Change in the Southern Great Plains of the United States

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Manier, D. J., Carr, N. B., Reese, G. C., Burris, L. 2019. Using Scenarios to Evaluate Vulnerability of Grassland Communities to Climate Change in the Southern Great Plains of the United States. Open-File Report 2019-1046. U.S. Geological Survey.

Climate change, Modeling, Precipitation, Soils, Climate, Temperature, Rainfall, Grasses, Grassland, Productivity

This study assessed the vulnerability of grassland communities in the Soutern Great Plains to climate changing using four climate scenarios in atmospheric-ocean general circulation models. Within each modeled scenario, the spatial patterns of productivity were predicted based on temperature, rainfall, and soil composition.

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