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Longstanding land-management policies of complete wildfire suppression on wild lands were intended to prevent catastrophic wildfires through constant human monitoring...
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The latest Ecoss artistic product, "The Ascent of Sap Rap", by George Koch and students from his "Plants and Climate"...
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,...
leshyk illustration quantify economic value
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Illustration by Victor Leshyk Wildflowers splashed across a meadow in different sizes, shapes and colors offer more than just beauty....
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American Journal of Botany Ready to climb a California coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens), to sample branches for fungi. In this...
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Scientific American Well known among the global scientific community for his research on the vast amounts of carbon stored in...
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Ectomycorrhizal fungi (the mushrooms connected to the roots of the tree) increase the uptake of nitrogen by the plant, even...
now hiring postdoc associate
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The Center for Ecosystem Science and Society (Ecoss), a vibrant and growing research unit is seeking a postdoctoral research associate....
Microscopic visual illustration of Ectomycorrhizal fungi on the roots of a tree.
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Ectomycorrhizal fungi (the mushrooms connected to the roots of the tree) increase the uptake of nitrogen by the plant, even...
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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