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Portrait of Ted Schuur
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Research Interests Understanding feedbacks from terrestrial ecosystems to climate change is Schuur's main research interest. He focuses on the response...
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Research Interests Dr. Scott Goetz is a Professor at Northern Arizona University. He is the Science Lead of NASA’s Arctic Boreal...
Portrait of Xanthe Walker, post-doctoral scientist, in rocky landscape.
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 Research Interests Walker’s research focuses on the impacts of climate change and disturbance from wildfires on tundra and boreal forest...
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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Arctic land ice is melting, sea ice is decreasing, and permafrost is thawing. Changes in these Arctic elements are interconnected,...
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Organic carbon stored in high-latitude permafrost represents a potential positive feedback to climate warming as well as a valuable store...
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Tundra ecosystems are typically carbon (C) rich but nitrogen (N) limited. Since biological N2 fixation is the major source of...
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Greenhouse gas emissions from thawing permafrost in arctic ecosystems may amplify global warming, yet estimates of the rate of carbon...
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The Arctic may seem remote, but the unprecedented environmental changes occurring there have important consequences for global society. Of all...
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High latitude warming and permafrost thaw will expose vast stores of deep soil organic carbon (SOC) to decomposition. Thaw also...
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