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Early morning at the Carbon in Permafrost Experimental Heating Project (CiPEHR) in Alaska with permafrost in the foreground, mountains in the background.
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Early morning at the Carbon in Permafrost Experimental Heating Project (CiPEHR) in Alaska Global change affects plants and soil in...
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Clouds and aerosols increase the fraction of global solar irradiance that is diffuse light. This phenomenon is known to increase...
Lifen Jiang
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Dr. Lifen Jiang got her Ph.D. in Botany. Her past research was to explore carbon cycle as affected by forest...
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One of the most important changes in high-latitude ecosystems in response to climatic warming may be the thawing of permafrost...
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Recent observations suggest that permafrost thaw may create two completely different soil environments: aerobic in relatively well-drained uplands and anaerobic...
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Soil microbial organisms are central to carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) transformations in soils, yet not much is known about...
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Conservation agriculture (CA) has been promoted as a method of sustainable intensification and climate change mitigation and is being widely...
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No-till agriculture represents a relatively widely adopted management system that aims to reduce soil erosion, decrease input costs, and sustain...
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One of the primary challenges of our time is to feed a growing and more demanding world population with reduced...
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High-latitude ecosystems store approximately 1700 Pg of soil carbon (C), which is twice as much C as is currently contained...
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