Terrestrial Environmental Sciences

Description

Understanding the function and evolution of terrestrial environmental systems is fundamental to many environmental aspects investigated in the geo- and hydrosciences. The terrestrial environmental systems under investigation here range from the geosphere and its related water cycle to associated matter fluxes and biogeochemical transformations. Modelling is important for system characterization and understanding as well as describing potential paths of terrestrial environmental systems. Benchmarking builds a bridge to experimental studies and provides a methodology for model validation. Moreover, benchmarking and code comparison foster community efforts. This book series invites contributions in fundamental and applied aspects in terrestrial environmental sciences as well as in other related fields to promote interdisciplinary approaches.