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title: The Impacts of Droughts in Tropical Forests
author: Corlett, Richard T.
Issued Date: 2016
Abstract: Tropical forests exchange more carbon dioxide (CO2) with the atmosphere than any other vegetation type and, thus, form a crucial component of the global carbon cycle. However, the impacts of anthropogenic climate change on drought occurrence and intensity could weaken the tropical forest carbon sink, with resulting feedback to future climates. We urgently need a better understanding of the mechanisms and processes involved to predict future responses of tropical forest carbon sequestration to climate change. Recent progress has been made in the study of drought responses at the molecular, cellular, organ, individual, species, community, and landscape levels. Although understanding of the mechanisms is incomplete, the models used to predict drought impacts could be significantly improved by incorporating existing knowledge.
Source: TRENDS IN PLANT SCIENCE
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Corlett, Richard T. The Impacts Of Droughts In Tropical Forests[J]. Trends In Plant Science,2016,21(7):584-593.

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