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25Sep
The world’s oceans are getting hotter and acidifying under climate change at unprecedented rates, threatening coastal and high-mountain communities, marine...
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08Jul
Ecoss researchers show that more carbon is being released from thawed permafrost than previously thought. A new paper published this...
Schädel carbon cycle

29Oct
Ecoss Assistant Research Professor Christina Schädel talks to KNAU and explains what the latest IPCC Special Report on 1.5° warming...
Brooks Range, Alaska

05Apr
Findings of a new study organized by the Permafrost Carbon Network suggest that putting more effective greenhouse gas controls in...

08Dec
"NAU Regents’ Professor Bruce Hungate, director of the Center for Ecosystem Science and Society (Ecoss), recently joined a new initiative lead by LLNL...
leshyk illustration tundra carbon

16May
  Permafrost, the “always-frozen” deep soil layers of the Arctic, naturally undergoes freeze-thaw cycles with the passage of the brief...
Illustration of permafrost releasing carbon dioxide

15Jun
In thawing Arctic permafrost soils, carbon dioxide is produced by microbes in dry conditions, while both methane and carbon dioxide...
permafrost landscape in toolik alaska

24Mar
Scientists who study climate and ecosystems in the Arctic have weighed in on future changes in the region affecting soils, streams...