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Snow is important for local to global climate and surface hydrology, but spatial and temporal heterogeneity in the extent of...
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Tundra ecosystems are typically carbon (C) rich but nitrogen (N) limited. Since biological N2 fixation is the major source of...
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Permafrost is a distinct feature of the terrestrial Arctic and is vulnerable to climate warming. Permafrost degrades in different ways,...
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Ecosystems acquire nitrogen from the atmosphere, but this source can't account for the large nitrogen capital of some systems. The...
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Carbon (C) buried deep in soil (below 1 m) is often hundreds to thousands of years old, though the stability and...
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A scrub-oak woodland has maintained higher aboveground biomass accumulation after 11 years of atmospheric CO2 enrichment (ambient +350 μmol CO2 mol−1), despite the...
Portrait of Haydee Hampton
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Hampton's research focuses on the ecology and management of global change, and microbial ecology from humans to the globe. Her...
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Like a long-distance food delivery app with no apparent highway, fungi that associate with shallow-rooted shrubs in the tundra are...
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The susceptibility of soil organic carbon (SOC) in tundra to microbial decomposition under warmer climate scenarios potentially threatens a massive...
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Wired red oak is first of its kind in North America. As trees across the U.S. continue their picturesque march...
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