Multiple models needed to capture true uncertainty of soil carbon fate in a changing world.
Plant stoichiometric flexibility controls the CO2 fertilization effect on ecosystem carbon accumulation.
Novel bromide tracer experiments are used to develop a model of subsurface flow and transport within ice-wedge polygons.
Artificial intelligence applied to multiple remote sensing datasets accurately represents shrub distribution across hillslopes at the Kougarok field site.
Progress and Accomplishments
Numerical experiment suggest that reliable projections of air temperature and total snowfall may not be sufficient to understand permafrost degradation.
Multi-year field observations improve process representation in polygon hydrology models.
NGEE Arctic researchers use fusion of numerical models and data to estimate subsurface porosities of the polygonal tundra.
Research shows how individual species can disproportionately impact ecosystem carbon balance.