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Gemma T. Narisma and Andrew J. Pitman

omission of the biospheric feedback mechanism in modeling historical changes in climate is potentially very significant ( Betts, 2001 ). We know that this biospheric response is important in future land-cover change because it has been shown that future deforestation in the Tropics and subtropics will increase temperatures due to a dominant physiological effect ( DeFries et al., 2002 ). It also seems plausible that the biospheric feedbacks are also important in exploring historical LCC, where CO 2

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