Impacts of agricultural changes in response to climate and socioeconomic change on nitrogen deposition in nature reserves

In a case study in the Netherlands two scenarios of changes in climate, technology, policy, and markets for 2050 are investigated: a ‘global economy’ and a ‘regional communities’ scenario; the first leads to a strong increase in agricultural production, the second to a modest increase in agricultural production and a larger expansion of the nature reserves, with the N losses and deposition remaining at the current level. Nature protection needs more ambitious green policies.

Journal or Publication Title: 

Impacts of agricultural changes in response to climate and socioeconomic change on nitrogen deposition in nature reserves

Journal/Publisher: 

Landscape Ecology

Authors: 

J. Kros, M.M. Bakker, P. Reidsma, A. Kanellopoulos, S. Jamal Alam, W.de Vries

Year of Publication: 

2015

DOI: 

https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-014-0131-y

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