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Artist's rendering of the Carbon locked up inside a plant's roots.
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Overview Over the past several decades, scientists have conducted hundreds of experiments investigating responses of ecosystems to global environmental change....
Portrait of Paul_Dijkstra
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Research Interests Dijkstra's research focuses on various aspects of climate change effects on terrestrial ecosystems and applications of stable isotopes...
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Ongoing permafrost thaw is expected to stimulate microbial release of greenhouse gases, threatening to further exacerbate climate change (cause positive...
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The susceptibility of soil organic carbon (SOC) in tundra to microbial decomposition under warmer climate scenarios potentially threatens a massive...
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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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Carbon storage dynamics in vegetation and soil are determined by the balance of carbon influx and turnover. Estimates of these...
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Determining the temporal scaling of biodiversity, typically described as species–time relationships (STRs), in the face of global climate change is...
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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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Soil respiration (RS), which is the second largest carbon flux between the atmosphere and terrestrial ecosystems, has significant impact on...
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Recently, severe droughts that occurred in North America are likely to have impacted its terrestrial carbon sink. However, process-based understanding...
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