DeepSoil 2100 is a network for whole-ecosystem warming experiments. The aim of DeepSoil 2100 is to bring together researchers working on long-term experiments (‘2100’ because IPCC scenarios run until 2100), whole ecosystem manipulations (warming down to 1 m with or without other manipulations such as water and carbon dioxide concentrations), and studying responses of plants, soil biogeochemistry, ecology, etc.
There are less than a dozen whole-ecosystem warming experiments but not all researchers know about each other. We have regular online meetings to bring together experimentalists, modelers and data users into this “whole-ecosystem warming network”, to share practical experience on field experiments, data reporting, discuss observations and results and explore synergies regarding tools, knowledge, and data sharing and interpretation.
You can view our meeting recordings here.
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