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Portrait of Marguerite Mauritz, post-doctoral scientist.
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As arctic temperatures rise, we expect to see dramatic changes due to thawing permafrost soils. Permafrost stores half the total...
Portrait of Gerardo Celis sitting with trees in the background.
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Research Interests Plant Ecology Restoration Ecology Invasion Ecology Climate Change Data Visualization Dr. Celis has a broad interest in terrestrial...
Portrait of Christina Schädel
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Research Interests Schädel is a biogeochemist and plant ecophysiologist with expertise in climate change, ranging from arctic warming impacts on...
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Losses of C from decomposing permafrost may be offset by increased productivity of tundra plants, but nitrogen availability partially limits...
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Rain-fed peatlands are dominated by peat mosses (Sphagnum sp.), which for their growth depend on nutrients, water and CO2 uptake...
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Climate warming can result in both abiotic (e.g., permafrost thaw) and biotic (e.g., microbial functional genes) changes in Arctic tundra....
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Abstract Climate warming can result in both abiotic (e.g., permafrost thaw) and biotic (e.g., microbial functional genes) changes in Arctic...
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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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Current and future warming of high latitude ecosystems will play an important role in climate change through feedbacks to the...
leshyk illustration tundra carbon

  Permafrost, the “always-frozen” deep soil layers of the Arctic, naturally undergoes freeze-thaw cycles with the passage of the brief...
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