Axel Kleidon
Axel Kleidon
MPI for Biogeochemistry
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Carbon residence time dominates uncertainty in terrestrial vegetation responses to future climate and atmospheric CO2
AD Friend, W Lucht, TT Rademacher, R Keribin, R Betts, P Cadule, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (9), 3280-3285, 2014
Belowground consequences of vegetation change and their treatment in models
RB Jackson, HJ Schenk, EG Jobbagy, J Canadell, GD Colello, ...
Ecological applications 10 (2), 470-483, 2000
Modeling root water uptake in hydrological and climate models
RA Feddes, H Hoff, M Bruen, T Dawson, P De Rosnay, P Dirmeyer, ...
Bulletin of the American meteorological society 82 (12), 2797-2810, 2001
Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and the production of entropy: life, earth, and beyond
A Kleidon, RD Lorenz
Springer Science & Business Media, 2004
A green planet versus a desert world: Estimating the maximum effect of vegetation on the land surface climate
A Kleidon, K Fraedrich, M Heimann
Climatic Change 44, 471-493, 2000
A global distribution of biodiversity inferred from climatic constraints: results from a process‐based modelling study
A Kleidon, HA Mooney
Global Change Biology 6 (5), 507-523, 2000
The Jena Diversity-Dynamic Global Vegetation Model (JeDi-DGVM): a diverse approach to representing terrestrial biogeography and biogeochemistry based on plant functional trade-offs
R Pavlick, DT Drewry, K Bohn, B Reu, A Kleidon
Biogeosciences 10 (6), 4137-4177, 2013
Life, hierarchy, and the thermodynamic machinery of planet Earth
A Kleidon
Physics of life reviews 7 (4), 424-460, 2010
Nonequilibrium thermodynamics and maximum entropy production in the Earth system: applications and implications
A Kleidon
Naturwissenschaften 96 (6), 1-25, 2009
Maximum entropy production in environmental and ecological systems
A Kleidon, Y Malhi, PM Cox
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 365 …, 2010
A method of determining rooting depth from a terrestrial biosphere model and its impacts on the global water and carbon cycle
A Kleidon, M Heimann
Global Change Biology 4 (3), 275-286, 1998
Assessing the role of deep rooted vegetation in the climate system with model simulations: mechanism, comparison to observations and implications for Amazonian deforestation
A Kleidon, M Heimann
Climate Dynamics 16, 183-199, 2000
Beyond Gaia: Thermodynamics of life and Earth system functioning
A Kleidon
Climatic Change 66 (3), 271-319, 2004
Estimating impacts of lichens and bryophytes on global biogeochemical cycles
P Porada, B Weber, W Elbert, U Pöschl, A Kleidon
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 28 (2), 71-85, 2014
Estimating global carbon uptake by lichens and bryophytes with a process-based model
P Porada, B Weber, W Elbert, U Pöschl, A Kleidon
Biogeosciences 10 (11), 6989-7033, 2013
Estimating maximum global land surface wind power extractability and associated climatic consequences
LM Miller, F Gans, A Kleidon
Earth system dynamics 2 (1), 1-12, 2011
Thermodynamic foundations of the Earth system
A Kleidon
Cambridge University Press, 2016
Advancing catchment hydrology to deal with predictions under change
U Ehret, HV Gupta, M Sivapalan, SV Weijs, SJ Schymanski, G Blöschl, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (2), 649-671, 2014
How does the Earth system generate and maintain thermodynamic disequilibrium and what does it imply for the future of the planet?
A Kleidon
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2012
1 entropy production by earth system processes
A Kleidon, R Lorenz
Non-equilibrium thermodynamics and the production of entropy: life, Earth …, 2006
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