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Portrait of Ted Schuur
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Understanding feedbacks from terrestrial ecosystems to climate change is Schuur's main research interest. He focuses on the response of Arctic...
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How will grasslands, the largest terrestrial biome on earth, respond to the threats brought by climate change, drought, and disturbance?...
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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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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Climate warming and drying is associated with increased wildfire disturbance and the emergence of megafires in North American boreal forests....
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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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Permafrost soil in high latitude tundra is one of the largest terrestrial carbon (C) stocks and is highly sensitive to...
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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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Crowther et al. Reported that the best predictor of surface soil carbon (top 10 cm) losses in response to warming is the...
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