Lan Wang Erlandsson
Lan Wang Erlandsson
Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University
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Self-amplified Amazon forest loss due to vegetation-atmosphere feedbacks
DC Zemp, CF Schleussner, HMJ Barbosa, M Hirota, V Montade, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-10, 2017
127*2017
Uncertainties in transpiration estimates
AMJ Coenders-Gerrits, RJ Van der Ent, TA Bogaard, L Wang-Erlandsson, ...
Nature 506 (7487), E1-E2, 2014
1192014
Contrasting roles of interception and transpiration in the hydrological cycle–Part 2: Moisture recycling
RJ Van der Ent, L Wang-Erlandsson, PW Keys, HHG Savenije
Earth Syst. Dyn 5 (2), 471-489, 2014
862014
Contrasting roles of interception and transpiration in the hydrological cycle–Part 1: Temporal characteristics over land
L Wang-Erlandsson, RJ Van Der Ent, LJ Gordon, HHG Savenije
Earth System Dynamics 5 (2), 441, 2014
76*2014
Global root zone storage capacity from satellite-based evaporation
L Wang-Erlandsson, WGM Bastiaanssen, GB Senay, AIJM van Dijk, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (4), 1459, 2016
722016
Revealing invisible water: moisture recycling as an ecosystem service
PW Keys, L Wang-Erlandsson, LJ Gordon
PloS one 11 (3), e0151993, 2016
612016
Approaching moisture recycling governance
PW Keys, L Wang-Erlandsson, LJ Gordon, V Galaz, J Ebbesson
Global Environmental Change 45, 15-23, 2017
462017
Remote land use impacts on river flows through atmospheric teleconnections
L Wang-Erlandsson, I Fetzer, PW Keys, RJ van der Ent, HHG Savenije, ...
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., https://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci.net/22/4311/2018/, 2018
452018
Understanding of water resilience in the Anthropocene
M Falkenmark, L Wang-Erlandsson, J Rockstr÷m
Journal of Hydrology X 2, 100009, 2019
282019
Megacity precipitationsheds reveal tele-connected water security challenges
PW Keys, L Wang-Erlandsson, LJ Gordon
PLoS One 13 (3), e0194311, 2018
162018
On the social dynamics of moisture recycling
PW Keys, L Wang-Erlandsson
Earth System Dynamics 9 (2), 829, 2018
112018
Illuminating water cycle modifications and Earth System resilience in the Anthropocene
T Gleeson, L Wang‐Erlandsson, M Porkka, SC Zipper, F Jaramillo, ...
Water Resources Research 56 (4), e2019WR024957, 2020
92020
Priorities and interactions of sustainable development goals (SDGs) with focus on wetlands
F Jaramillo, A Desormeaux, J Hedlund, JW Jawitz, N Clerici, ...
Water 11 (3), 619, 2019
62019
Invisible water security: moisture recycling and water resilience
PW Keys, M Porkka, L Wang-Erlandsson, I Fetzer, T Gleeson, LJ Gordon
Water Security 8, 100046, 2019
52019
Integrating the water planetary boundary with water management from local to global scales
SC Zipper, F Jaramillo, L Wang‐Erlandsson, SE Cornell, T Gleeson, ...
Earth's Future 8 (2), e2019EF001377, 2020
42020
The water planetary boundary: interrogation and revision
T Gleeson, L Wang-Erlandsson, SC Zipper, M Porkka, F Jaramillo, ...
One Earth 2 (3), 223-234, 2020
32020
Upwind forests: managing moisture recycling for nature-based resilience
D Ellison, L Wang-Erlandsson, R Van Der Ent, M Van Noordwijk
Unasylva 70 (1-251), 14-26, 2019
32019
Challenges and opportunities towards improved application of the planetary boundary for land-system change in life cycle assessment of products
A Bj°rn, S Sim, H King, P Keys, L Wang-Erlandsson, SE Cornell, ...
Science of The Total Environment 696, 133964, 2019
22019
Dry periods increase Amazon and Congo forests' dependence on their own supply of rainfall.
L Wang-Erlandsson, RJ van der Ent, PW Keys, I Fetzer, M Taniguchi, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
22019
Rootzone storage potential indicates the extent of rainforest resilience
C Singh, RJ van der Ent, I Fetzer, L Wang-Erlandsson
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 9696, 2020
2020
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