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Labile carbon (C) input to soil can accelerate or slow the decomposition of soil organic matter, a phenomenon called priming....
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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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The cryosphere—the portion of the Earth’s surface where water is in solid form for at least one month of the...
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Foliar chemistry influences leaf decomposition, but little is known about how litter chemistry affects the assemblage of bacterial communities during...
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The article focuses on the decommissioning of dams across the United States. Many dams were built after World War II...
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Isoprenoidal glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetra ethers (iGDGTs) are core membrane lipids of many archaea that enhance the integrity of cytoplasmic...
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High daily temperature range of soil (DTRsoil) negatively affects soil microbial biomass and activity, but its interaction with seasonal soil...
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Experimental arrays measuring carbon dioxide Sunrise over the subtropical oak woodland, elevated CO2 experiment at the Kennedy Space Center, Florida....
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Ecoss's Yiqi Luo and Andrew Richardson and Ecoss affiliate Greg Caporaso (Pathogen and Microbiome Institute) have been named as ‘Highly...
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On November 1, Ecoss gathered at Root Public House in Flagstaff to discuss the recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on...
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