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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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Permafrost is a distinct feature of the terrestrial Arctic and is vulnerable to climate warming. Permafrost degrades in different ways,...
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Current and future warming of high latitude ecosystems will play an important role in climate change through feedbacks to the...
field studied for permafrost loss by schuur
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Permafrost landscape, Yamal peninsula, Northwest Siberia (credit C. Schädel) Edward A. G. Schuur, a permafrost expert at Northern Arizona University,...
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Rapid Arctic warming is expected to increase global greenhouse gas concentrations as permafrost thaw exposes immense stores of frozen carbon...
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A significant portion of the large amount of carbon (C) currently stored in soils of the permafrost region in the...
Illustration of permafrost releasing carbon dioxide
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In thawing Arctic permafrost soils, carbon dioxide is produced by microbes in dry conditions, while both methane and carbon dioxide...
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Increasing temperatures in northern high latitudes are causing permafrost to thaw, making large amounts of previously frozen organic matter vulnerable...
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Approximately 1700 Pg of soil carbon (C) are stored in the northern circumpolar permafrost zone, more than twice as much C...
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Soil organic matter (SOM) is heterogeneous in structure and has been considered to consist of various pools with different intrinsic...
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