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Core of permafrost with a lens of ice at its deepest end.
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Permafrost and ice core Soil microorganisms are biogeochemical forces of global significance. They affect nutrient availability to plants, the amount...
Low intensity fire burning through understory of a mixed conifer forest.
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Low intensity fire burning through understory of a mixed conifer forest. Fire plays an important role in controlling structure and function...
Early morning at the Carbon in Permafrost Experimental Heating Project (CiPEHR) in Alaska with permafrost in the foreground, mountains in the background.
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Early morning at the Carbon in Permafrost Experimental Heating Project (CiPEHR) in Alaska Global change affects plants and soil in...
An Alaska Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter from 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment, drops approximately 700 gallons of water from a “Bambi Bucket” on to the Stetson Creek Fire near Cooper Landing, Alaska, June 17. Two AKARNG Black Hawk helicopters flew a total of 200 bucket missions, dumping more than 144,000 gallons of water on the 300-acre Stetson Creek Fire on the Kenai Peninsula. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Balinda O’Neal)
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An Alaska Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter from 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment, drops approximately 700 gallons of...
Northern Arizona University campus in the summer showing buildings in the foreground and the San Francisco Peaks in background.
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Northern Arizona University: PhD and MS positions in Ecosystem Ecology are available in the Center for Ecosystem Science in Society...
September 1, 2015 image of Alaskan burn scars taken from space by the NASA Earth Observatory.
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September 1, 2015 image of Alaskan burn scars. (NASA Earth Observatory) Michelle Mack describes the effects the wildfires in Alaska...
A blue and an orange microbe as seen microscopically on white background.
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Blue and orange microbes Soil is a complex ecosystem with diverse microenvironments ranging from bulk soil with low quality substrates...
Aerial view of Alaska burning.
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In Alaska: Too Many Fires, Not Enough Snow Alaska burning, Copyright The Atlantic Magazine "Normally a cold winter would help...
Green microscopic microbes, both tubular and round.
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Microscopic microbes When new carbon enters soil, especially carbon that is easily assimilated and decomposed by soil microorganisms, a chain...
Japanese beetle (Popilia japonica) on green blade of grass with white background.
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We’ve got your number: Tracing the source of invasive Japanese beetles March 9, 2016 Sonya Daw news.nau.edu Japanese beetle (Popilia...
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