Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments

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, Tom De Dobbelaer, Marta Dondini, Frederik De Laender, Jacintha Ellers, Oscar Franken, Lucy Gilbert, Lukas Gudmundsson, Ivan A. Janssens, David JohnsonSebastien Lizin, Bernard Longdoz, Patrick Meire, Dominique Meremans, Ann Milbau, Michele Moretti, Ivan Nijs, Anne Nobel, 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, Wouter Van Landuyt, Erik Verbruggen, Nele Witters, Jakob Zscheischler, Jaco Vangronsveld

Résultats de recherche: Contribution à un journal/une revueArticle

Résumé

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.
langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)809-816
Nombre de pages8
journalNature Climate Change
Volume9
Numéro de publication11
Les DOIs
étatPublié - 28 oct. 2019

Empreinte digitale

climate change
environmental constraint
ecosystem
experiment
experimental design
expertise
climate
interaction

Citer ceci

Rineau, F., Malina, R., Beenaerts, N., Arnauts, N., Bardgett, R. D., Berg, M. P., ... Vangronsveld, J. (2019). Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments. Nature Climate Change, 9(11), 809-816. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-019-0609-3
Rineau, Francois ; Malina, Robert ; Beenaerts, Natalie ; Arnauts, Natascha ; Bardgett, Richard D. ; Berg, Matty P. ; Boerema, Annelies ; Bruckers, Liesbeth ; Clerinx, Jan ; Davin, Edouard L. ; De Boeck, Hans J. ; De Dobbelaer, Tom ; Dondini, Marta ; De Laender, Frederik ; Ellers, Jacintha ; Franken, Oscar ; Gilbert, Lucy ; Gudmundsson, Lukas ; Janssens, Ivan A. ; Johnson, David ; Lizin, Sebastien ; Longdoz, Bernard ; Meire, Patrick ; Meremans, Dominique ; Milbau, Ann ; Moretti, Michele ; Nijs, Ivan ; Nobel, Anne ; Pop, Sorin ; Puetz, Thomas ; Reyns, Wouter ; Roy, Jacques ; Schuetz, Jochen ; Seneviratne, Sonia I. ; Smith, Pete ; Solmi, Francesca ; Staes, Jan ; Thiery, Wim ; Thijs, Sofie ; Vanderkelen, Inne ; Van Landuyt, Wouter ; Verbruggen, Erik ; Witters, Nele ; Zscheischler, Jakob ; Vangronsveld, Jaco. / Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments. Dans: Nature Climate Change. 2019 ; Vol 9, Numéro 11. p. 809-816.
@article{189744d34e174fa8a3fcfacdf66ee508,
title = "Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments",
abstract = "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.",
author = "Francois Rineau and Robert Malina and Natalie Beenaerts and Natascha Arnauts and Bardgett, {Richard D.} and Berg, {Matty P.} and Annelies Boerema and Liesbeth Bruckers and Jan Clerinx and Davin, {Edouard L.} and {De Boeck}, {Hans J.} and {De Dobbelaer}, Tom and Marta Dondini and {De Laender}, Frederik and Jacintha Ellers and Oscar Franken and Lucy Gilbert and Lukas Gudmundsson and Janssens, {Ivan A.} and David Johnson and Sebastien Lizin and Bernard Longdoz and Patrick Meire and Dominique Meremans and Ann Milbau and Michele Moretti and Ivan Nijs and Anne Nobel and Sorin Pop and Thomas Puetz and Wouter Reyns and Jacques Roy and Jochen Schuetz and Seneviratne, {Sonia I.} and Pete Smith and Francesca Solmi and Jan Staes and Wim Thiery and Sofie Thijs and Inne Vanderkelen and {Van Landuyt}, Wouter and Erik Verbruggen and Nele Witters and Jakob Zscheischler and Jaco Vangronsveld",
note = "The authors thank the Flemish government (through Hercules Stichting big infrastructure and the Fund for Scientific Research Flanders project G0H4117N), LSM (Limburg Sterk Merk, project 271) for providing funds to build the UHasselt Ecotron; Hasselt University for both funding and policy support (project BOF12BR01 and Methusalem project 08M03VGRJ); and the ecotron research committee for useful comments on the experimental design. We also thank RLKM (Regional Landscape Kempen and Maasland) for its collaboration and support. Nele Witters, Sebastien Lizin, Anne Nobel, and Inne Vanderkelen are funded by Research Foundation-Flanders (FWO).",
year = "2019",
month = "10",
day = "28",
doi = "10.1038/s41558-019-0609-3",
language = "English",
volume = "9",
pages = "809--816",
journal = "Nature Climate Change",
issn = "1758-678X",
publisher = "Nature Publishing Group",
number = "11",

}

Rineau, F, Malina, R, Beenaerts, N, Arnauts, N, Bardgett, RD, Berg, MP, Boerema, A, Bruckers, L, Clerinx, J, Davin, EL, De Boeck, HJ, De Dobbelaer, T, Dondini, M, De Laender, F, Ellers, J, Franken, O, Gilbert, L, Gudmundsson, L, Janssens, IA, Johnson, D, Lizin, S, Longdoz, B, Meire, P, Meremans, D, Milbau, A, Moretti, M, Nijs, I, Nobel, A, Pop, S, Puetz, T, Reyns, W, Roy, J, Schuetz, J, Seneviratne, SI, Smith, P, Solmi, F, Staes, J, Thiery, W, Thijs, S, Vanderkelen, I, Van Landuyt, W, Verbruggen, E, Witters, N, Zscheischler, J & Vangronsveld, J 2019, 'Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments', Nature Climate Change, VOL. 9, Numéro 11, p. 809-816. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-019-0609-3

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

Dans: Nature Climate Change, Vol 9, Numéro 11, 28.10.2019, p. 809-816.

Résultats de recherche: Contribution à un journal/une revueArticle

TY - JOUR

T1 - Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments

AU - Rineau, Francois

AU - Malina, Robert

AU - Beenaerts, Natalie

AU - Arnauts, Natascha

AU - Bardgett, Richard D.

AU - Berg, Matty P.

AU - Boerema, Annelies

AU - Bruckers, Liesbeth

AU - Clerinx, Jan

AU - Davin, Edouard L.

AU - De Boeck, Hans J.

AU - De Dobbelaer, Tom

AU - Dondini, Marta

AU - De Laender, Frederik

AU - Ellers, Jacintha

AU - Franken, Oscar

AU - Gilbert, Lucy

AU - Gudmundsson, Lukas

AU - Janssens, Ivan A.

AU - Johnson, David

AU - Lizin, Sebastien

AU - Longdoz, Bernard

AU - Meire, Patrick

AU - Meremans, Dominique

AU - Milbau, Ann

AU - Moretti, Michele

AU - Nijs, Ivan

AU - Nobel, Anne

AU - Pop, Sorin

AU - Puetz, Thomas

AU - Reyns, Wouter

AU - Roy, Jacques

AU - Schuetz, Jochen

AU - Seneviratne, Sonia I.

AU - Smith, Pete

AU - Solmi, Francesca

AU - Staes, Jan

AU - Thiery, Wim

AU - Thijs, Sofie

AU - Vanderkelen, Inne

AU - Van Landuyt, Wouter

AU - Verbruggen, Erik

AU - Witters, Nele

AU - Zscheischler, Jakob

AU - Vangronsveld, Jaco

N1 - The authors thank the Flemish government (through Hercules Stichting big infrastructure and the Fund for Scientific Research Flanders project G0H4117N), LSM (Limburg Sterk Merk, project 271) for providing funds to build the UHasselt Ecotron; Hasselt University for both funding and policy support (project BOF12BR01 and Methusalem project 08M03VGRJ); and the ecotron research committee for useful comments on the experimental design. We also thank RLKM (Regional Landscape Kempen and Maasland) for its collaboration and support. Nele Witters, Sebastien Lizin, Anne Nobel, and Inne Vanderkelen are funded by Research Foundation-Flanders (FWO).

PY - 2019/10/28

Y1 - 2019/10/28

N2 - 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.

AB - 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.

U2 - 10.1038/s41558-019-0609-3

DO - 10.1038/s41558-019-0609-3

M3 - Article

VL - 9

SP - 809

EP - 816

JO - Nature Climate Change

JF - Nature Climate Change

SN - 1758-678X

IS - 11

ER -

Rineau F, Malina R, Beenaerts N, Arnauts N, Bardgett RD, Berg MP et al. Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experiments. Nature Climate Change. 2019 oct. 28;9(11):809-816. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-019-0609-3