Climate–Human–Land Interactions: A Review of Major Modelling Approaches
AbstractInternational agreements on climate change have highlighted the role of land in climate and human dynamics, making it an issue of global importance. The modelling of land-related processes, sectors, and activities has recently become a central topic in economic and policy theory, as well as within environmental sciences. Modelling strategies have been improved and new datasets have come into light for land-cover and land-use change analysis. However, unexpected human behavior and natural constraints challenge the modelling of interdependences and feedback mechanisms amongst economies, societies, and the environment, resulting from land-use and cover change. This paper provides a detailed overview of the most representative and advanced methods and models developed to represent climate–human–land interactions. It offers a critical discussion about relevant methodological aspects, missing knowledge, and areas for future research. View Full-Text
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Michetti, M.; Zampieri, M. Climate–Human–Land Interactions: A Review of Major Modelling Approaches. Land 2014, 3, 793-833.
Michetti M, Zampieri M. Climate–Human–Land Interactions: A Review of Major Modelling Approaches. Land. 2014; 3(3):793-833.Chicago/Turabian Style
Michetti, Melania; Zampieri, Matteo. 2014. "Climate–Human–Land Interactions: A Review of Major Modelling Approaches." Land 3, no. 3: 793-833.