David Lawrence


  • Andresen, C. G., et al. “Soil Moisture And Hydrology Projections Of The Permafrost Region – A Model Intercomparison”. The Cryosphere, 2020, pp. 445 - 459.


  • McGuire, D., et al. “Dependence Of The Evolution Of Carbon Dynamics In The Northern Permafrost Region On The Trajectory Of Climate Change”. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences, 2018, pp. 3882 - 3887.
  • Parazoo, N. C., et al. “Detecting The Permafrost Carbon Feedback: Talik Formation And Increased Cold-Seasonrespiration As Precursors To Sink-To-Source Transitions”. The Cryosphere Discussions, 2018, pp. 1 - 44.


  • Parazoo, N. C., et al. “Detecting Regional Patterns Of Changing Co 2 Flux In Alaska”. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences, 2016, pp. 7733 - 7738.
  • McGuire, D., et al. “Variability In The Sensitivity Among Model Simulations Of Permafrost And Carbon Dynamics In The Permafrost Region Between 1960 And 2009”. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2016, pp. 1015 - 1037.


  • Koven, C. D., et al. “A Simplified, Data-Constrained Approach To Estimate The Permafrost Carbon–Climate Feedback”. Philosophical Transactions Of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical And Engineering Sciences, 2015.
  • Schuur, E. A. G., et al. “Climate Change And The Permafrost Carbon Feedback”. Nature, 2015, pp. 171 - 179.
  • Koven, C. D., et al. “Permafrost Carbon−Climate Feedback Is Sensitive To Deep Soil Carbon Decomposability But Not Deep Soil Nitrogen Dynamics”. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences, 2015, pp. 3752 – 3757.
  • Lawrence, D. M., et al. “Permafrost Thaw And Resulting Soil Moisture Changes Regulate Projected High-Latitude Carbon Dioxide And Methane Emissions”. Environmental Research Letters, 2015.


  • Rowland, J. C., et al. “Arctic Landscapes In Transition: Responses To Thawing Permafrost”. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 2010, p. 229.