Integrated scenarios for assessing biodiversity risks
The author wishes to correct and complete the 'acknowledgements' as follows: The scenarios described in this paper have been developed by the ALARM scenario team, with contributions from Andrea Stocker and Ines Omann (economic modelling), Tim Carter, Stefan Fronzek, Kirsti Jylha (climate data and scenarios); Franz Badeck (N deposition data and scenarios); Isabelle Reginster, Mark Rounsevell (land use data and scenarios), Joachim H. Spangenberg (storylines), Joseph Settele, Ingolf Kühn (overall concept), Volker Hammen (shock scenarios). They benefited from discussions in the ALARM team and with the ALARM Consultative Forum. This work has been supported by the European Commission FP 6 Integrated Project ALARM (Assessing Large-Scale Environmental Risks for Biodiversity with Tested Methods) under grant number GOCE-CT-2003-506675; see www.alarmproject.net The 'acknowledgements' will be corrected prior to print publication.
Volume (Year): 15 (2007)
Issue (Month): 6 ()
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