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Plants may absorb less carbon under climate change

Current assessments of climate change could overestimate the amount of carbon that plants remove from the atmosphere.

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Utqiaġvik barbecue connects people to scientific research next door

BBQ Connects People to Scientific Research

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Experiments Improve Prediction of a Changing Arctic

Plant physiologist Alistair Rogers standing by a warming chamber on the tundra close to Utqiaġvik. The experiment is part of a larger project run by the Department of Energy to collect data on natural processes in order to better predict how the Arctic wi

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Soil Moisture a Hugh Factor in Arctic Carbon Release

ORNL staff member Kenneth Lowe operates a Big Beaver auger drill with customized SIPRE auger (Jon’s Machine Shop, Fairbanks, AK) mounted on a sled to remove frozen soil cores at the Barrow Environmental Observatory. (Credit: David Graham, Oak Ridge Nation

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Ice Wedge Polygons – Nature’s Biscuit Cutters

A network of low-centred ice-wedge polygons (5 to 20 m in diameter) in Adventdalen, Svalbard

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Eighth Annual NGEE Arctic 2018 All-Hands Meeting

Coastline of Norton Sound near Nome, AK

Meeting and Hotel Registration https://ngee-arctic.ornl.gov/allhands

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Soil Moisture a Huge Factor in Arctic Carbon Release

Snow-Hydro allows automated collection of snow depth

The tundra continues to warm up in the Arctic as climate change continues. While researchers agree that the increase in temperature will lead to carbon being released that was previously stored in the frozen tundra, a factor many researchers underemphasiz

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The Great Thaw of America’s North is Coming

The Great Thaw of America’s North is Coming

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The Fate of Permafrost

Alaska Park Science

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Alaska's thawing permafrost puts huge portions of state's foundation at risk

Alaska’s Thawing Permafrost

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