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Biomass-based negative emissions difficult to reconcile with planetary boundaries
V Heck, D Gerten, W Lucht, A Popp
Nature climate change 8 (2), 151-155, 2018
2612018
Feeding ten billion people is possible within four terrestrial planetary boundaries
D Gerten, V Heck, J Jägermeyr, BL Bodirsky, I Fetzer, M Jalava, M Kummu, ...
Nature Sustainability 3 (3), 200-208, 2020
2552020
The limits to global‐warming mitigation by terrestrial carbon removal
LR Boysen, W Lucht, D Gerten, V Heck, TM Lenton, HJ Schellnhuber
Earth's Future 5 (5), 463-474, 2017
1312017
Land use options for staying within the Planetary Boundaries–Synergies and trade-offs between global and local sustainability goals
V Heck, H Hoff, S Wirsenius, C Meyer, H Kreft
Global environmental change 49, 73-84, 2018
1012018
Two-thirds of global cropland area impacted by climate oscillations
M Heino, MJ Puma, PJ Ward, D Gerten, V Heck, S Siebert, M Kummu
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-10, 2018
722018
Is extensive terrestrial carbon dioxide removal a ‘green’form of geoengineering? A global modelling study
V Heck, D Gerten, W Lucht, LR Boysen
Global and Planetary Change 137, 123-130, 2016
592016
Impacts devalue the potential of large-scale terrestrial CO2 removal through biomass plantations
LR Boysen, W Lucht, D Gerten, V Heck
Environmental Research Letters 11 (9), 095010, 2016
382016
Collateral transgression of planetary boundaries due to climate engineering by terrestrial carbon dioxide removal
V Heck, JF Donges, W Lucht
Earth System Dynamics 7 (4), 783-796, 2016
272016
Feeding ten billion people is possible within four terrestrial planetary boundaries, Nat. Sustain., 3, 200–208
D Gerten, V Heck, J Jägermeyr, BL Bodirsky, I Fetzer, M Jalava, M Kummu, ...
162020
Global bioenergy with carbon capture and storage potential is largely constrained by sustainable irrigation
Z Ai, N Hanasaki, V Heck, T Hasegawa, S Fujimori
Nature Sustainability 4 (10), 884-891, 2021
112021
Biomass-based negative emissions difficult to reconcile with planetary boundaries. Nat Clim Chang 8: 151–155
V Heck, D Gerten, W Lucht, A Popp
92018
The limits to global-warming mitigation by terrestrial carbon removal, Earth’s Future, 5, 463–474
LR Boysen, W Lucht, D Gerten, V Heck, TM Lenton, HJ Schellnhuber
82017
Two-thirds of global cropland area impacted by climate oscillations, Nat. Commun., 9, 1257
M Heino, MJ Puma, PJ Ward, D Gerten, V Heck, S Siebert, M Kummu
62018
Simulating second-generation herbaceous bioenergy crop yield using the global hydrological model H08 (v. bio1)
Z Ai, N Hanasaki, V Heck, T Hasegawa, S Fujimori
Geoscientific Model Development 13 (12), 6077-6092, 2020
52020
Data from: two-thirds of global cropland area impacted by climate oscillations
M Heino, MJ Puma, PJ Ward, D Gerten, V Heck, S Siebert, M Kummu
Dryad, 2018
12018
Corrigendum: Impacts devalue the potential of large-scale terrestrial CO2 removal through biomass plantations (2016 Environ. Res. Lett. 9 095010)
LR Boysen, W Lucht, D Gerten, V Heck
Environmental Research Letters 11 (12), 129502, 2016
12016
Optimal integrated management of groundwater resources and irrigated agriculture in arid coastal regions
J Grundmann, N Schütze, V Heck
Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences 364 …, 2014
12014
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D Gerten, V Heck, J Jägermeyr, BL Bodirsky, I Fetzer, M Jalava, M Kummu, ...
11993
How much meat should we eat? Improved estimates accounting for food system dynamics influencing water use
M Jalava, J Guillaume, M Kummu, V Heck, O Varis
Authorea Preprints, 2022
2022
Moderate reductions in animal protein intake could substantially decrease pressure on environment when food system change is optimised
M Jalava, J Guillaume, M Kummu, V Heck, O Varis
2022
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