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Abstract Phenology is a first-order control on productivity and mediates the biophysical environment by altering albedo, surface roughness length and...
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As atmospheric nitrogen (N) concentrations increase, it can wreak havoc on the entire planet, as well as the fragile ecosystems,...
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Elevated atmospheric N deposition threatens ecosystem health through eutrophication in terrestrial ecosystems, but little is known about consequences of N...
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A mini-symposium and short training course on 'New Advances in Land Carbon Cycle Modeling' was held May 20-26, 2018 at...
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Classical niche partitioning theory posits increased competition for and partitioning of the most limiting resource among coexisting species. Coexisting plant...
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Temporal stability of ecosystem functioning increases the predictability and reliability of ecosystem services, and understanding the drivers of stability across...
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Warmer temperatures are accelerating the phenology of organisms around the world. Temperature sensitivity of phenology might be greater in colder,...
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Satellite derived vegetation indices (VIs) are broadly used in ecological research, ecosystem modeling, and land surface monitoring. The Normalized Difference...
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Over the last two decades, satellite-derived estimates of biophysical variables have been increasingly used in operational services, requiring quantification of...
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Quantifying soil organic carbon (SOC) decomposition under warming is critical to predict carbon–climate feedbacks. According to the substrate regulating principle,...
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