Allison M. Thomson focuses on Climate change, Greenhouse gas, Land use, Radiative forcing and Climate model. Her Climate change study contributes to a more complete understanding of Ecology. Her Greenhouse gas research integrates issues from Agricultural productivity and Environmental protection.
Her Radiative forcing study incorporates themes from IPCC Fourth Assessment Report, Emission inventory, Representative Concentration Pathways and Climate sensitivity. She has researched Climate model in several fields, including Meteorology and Global change. Her studies deal with areas such as Climate change mitigation and Ecological forecasting as well as Global change.
Her main research concerns Climate change, Land use, Environmental resource management, Greenhouse gas and Global change. Her Climate change research includes elements of Agriculture and Land use, land-use change and forestry. In general Land use study, her work on Land cover often relates to the realm of Harmonization, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Environmental resource management, Political economy of climate change, Climate change mitigation and Land management is strongly linked to Environmental planning. The various areas that Allison M. Thomson examines in her Greenhouse gas study include Environmental protection, Agricultural productivity, Deforestation, Meteorology and Radiative forcing. Her Radiative forcing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Representative Concentration Pathways and Climate sensitivity.
Allison M. Thomson mostly deals with Land use, Agriculture, Land cover, Environmental resource management and Business. Her work deals with themes such as Data processing and Earth system science, which intersect with Land use. Her studies in Earth system science integrate themes in fields like Climate model, Sustainable development, Land information system, Land management and Stakeholder engagement.
Allison M. Thomson has included themes like Geospatial predictive modeling, Primary production, Climate change and Common spatial pattern in her Agriculture study. Her Climate change research incorporates elements of Land use, land-use change and forestry and Environmental planning. Her Political economy of climate change research focuses on subjects like Forestry, which are linked to Greenhouse gas.
Allison M. Thomson mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, Land use, Land cover, Nexus and Stakeholder. Her Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Geospatial analysis, Cropping, Agriculture, Common spatial pattern and Climate change. Allison M. Thomson interconnects Global warming, Meteorology, Common modeling infrastructure and Greenhouse gas in the investigation of issues within Land use.
Her studies deal with areas such as Land information system, Land management, Sustainable development and Environmental planning as well as Land cover. Nexus is connected with Human systems engineering, Decision support system, Variety and Process in her research.
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The representative concentration pathways: an overview
Detlef P. van Vuuren;Detlef P. van Vuuren;Jae Edmonds;Mikiko Kainuma;Keywan Riahi.
The next generation of scenarios for climate change research and assessment
Richard H. Moss;Jae A. Edmonds;Kathy A. Hibbard;Martin R. Manning.
The RCP greenhouse gas concentrations and their extensions from 1765 to 2300
Malte Meinshausen;Malte Meinshausen;S. J. Smith;K. Calvin;J. S. Daniel.
Climate Impacts on Agriculture: Implications for Crop Production
Jerry L. Hatfield;Kenneth J. Boote;B. A. Kimball;Lewis A. Ziska.
Agronomy Journal (2011)
RCP4.5: a pathway for stabilization of radiative forcing by 2100
Allison M. Thomson;Katherine V. Calvin;Steven J. Smith;G. Page Kyle.
Climatic Change (2011)
Temperature-associated increases in the global soil respiration record
Harmonization of land-use scenarios for the period 1500–2100: 600 years of global gridded annual land-use transitions, wood harvest, and resulting secondary lands
G. C. Hurtt;G. C. Hurtt;L. P. Chini;S. Frolking;R. A. Betts.
Implications of limiting CO2 concentrations for land use and energy.
Marshall A. Wise;Katherine V. Calvin;Allison M. Thomson;Leon E. Clarke.
A global database of soil respiration data
Land system science and sustainable development of the earth system: A global land project perspective
Peter H. Verburg;Neville Crossman;Erle C. Ellis;Andreas Heinimann.
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