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Forests remove about 30% of anthropogenic CO2 emissions through photosynthesis and return almost 40% of incident precipitation back to the...
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Phenology is the study of recurring events in nature and their relationships with climate. The word derives from the Greek...
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Plant communities typically exhibit lagged responses to climate change due to poorly understood effects of colonization and local extinction. Here,...
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Plant water potential Ψ is regulated by stomatal responses to atmospheric moisture demand D and soil water availability W, but...
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The Tundra Trait Team (TTT) database includes field-based measurements of key traits related to plant form and function at multiple...
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Xin works in the field combing high performance computation and ecosystem. Currently, her research mainly focuses on sensitivity analysis of...
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Tori’s experience is in anaerobic soil environments, specifically wetland soils. In Ecoss, her research will focus on using qSIP to...
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Water use efficiency (WUE), defined as the ratio of gross primary productivity and evapotranspiration at the ecosystem scale, is a...
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Growing bacteria have a high concentration of ribosomes to ensure sufficient protein synthesis, which is necessary for genome replication and...
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Vegetation phenology controls the seasonality of many ecosystem processes, as well as numerous biosphere-atmosphere feedbacks. Phenology is also highly sensitive...
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