Trends in global vegetation activity and climatic drivers indicate a decoupled response to climate change

Dataset

Description

Data used for the analysis as described in the PLoS One paper "Trends in global vegetation activity and climatic drivers indicate a decoupled response to climate change". (paper submitted PLoS One)
Date made available9 Jul 2015
PublisherWageningen UR
Temporal coverage1981 - 2010
Geographical coverageGlobal

Research Output

Trends in global vegetation activity and climatic drivers indicate a decoupled response to climate change

Schut, A. G. T., Ivits, E., Conijn, S., Ten Brink, B. & Fensholt, R., 2015, In : PLoS ONE. 10, 10, 21 p., e0138013.

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    Schut, A. G. T. (Creator), Ivits, E. (Creator), Conijn, J. G. (Creator), ten Brink, B. (Creator), Fensholt, R. (Creator) (9 Jul 2015). Trends in global vegetation activity and climatic drivers indicate a decoupled response to climate change. Wageningen UR. 10.17026/dans-xaj-xhz3