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  1. Liu, Y., et al. “Dispersal And Fire Limit Arctic Shrub Expansion”. Nature Communications, 2022.
  2. Crystal-Ornelas, R., et al. “Enabling Fair Data In Earth And Environmental Science With Community-Centric (Meta)Data Reporting Formats”. Scientific Data, 2022.
  3. Cleveland, C. C., et al. “Exploring The Role Of Cryptic Nitrogen Fixers In Terrestrial Ecosystems: A Frontier In Nitrogen Cycling Research”. Ecosystems, 2022, pp. 1653-1669.
  4. Dann, J., et al. “Factors Controlling A Synthetic Aperture Radar (Sar) Derived Root-Zone Soil Moisture Product Over The Seward Peninsula Of Alaska”. Remote Sensing, 2022, p. 4927.
  5. McCaully, R. E., et al. “High Temporal And Spatial Variability Of Nitrate On An Alaskan Hillslope Dominated By Alder Shrubs”. The Cryosphere, 2022.
  6. Abramoff, R. Z., et al. “Improved Global-Scale Predictions Of Soil Carbon Stocks With Millennial Version 2”. Soil Biology And Biochemistry, 2022, p. 108466.
  7. Arendt, C. A., et al. “Increased Arctic No3− Availability As A Hydrogeomorphic Consequence Of Permafrost Degradation And Landscape Drying”. Nitrogen, 2022, pp. 314 - 332.
  8. Wielandt, S., et al. “Low-Power, Flexible Sensor Arrays With Solderless Board-To-Board Connectors For Monitoring Soil Deformation And Temperature”. Sensors, 2022, p. 2814.
  9. Taş, N. “Metagenomes From Arctic Soil Microbial Communities From The Barrow Environmental Observatory, Utqiaġvik, Ak, Usa”. Microbiology Resource Announcements, 2022.
  10. Bouskill, N. J., et al. “Microbial Contribution To Post-Fire Tundra Ecosystem Recovery Over The 21St Century”. Communications Earth & Environment, 2022.
  11. Shirley, I. A., et al. “Near‐Surface Hydrology And Soil Properties Drive Heterogeneity In Permafrost Distribution, Vegetation Dynamics, And Carbon Cycling In A Sub‐Arctic Watershed”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2022.
  12. Lamour, J., et al. “New Calculations For Photosynthesis Measurement Systems: What's The Impact For Physiologists And Modelers?”. New Phytologist, 2022, pp. 592 - 598.
  13. Brunetti, C., et al. “Probabilistic Estimation Of Depth-Resolved Profiles Of Soil Thermal Diffusivity From Temperature Time Series”. Earth Surface Dynamics, 2022, pp. 687-704.
  14. Zheng, J., et al. “Quantifying Ph Buffering Capacity In Acidic, Organic-Rich Arctic Soils: Measurable Proxies And Implications For Soil Carbon Degradation”. Geoderma, 2022, p. 116003.
  15. Curasi, S. R., et al. “Range Shifts In A Foundation Sedge Potentially Induce Large Arctic Ecosystem Carbon Losses And Gains”. Environmental Research Letters, 2022, p. 045024.
  16. Shirley, I. A., et al. “Rapidly Changing High-Latitude Seasonality: Implications For The 21St Century Carbon Cycle In Alaska”. Environmental Research Letters, 2022, p. 014032.
  17. Rogers, A., et al. “Reducing Model Uncertainty Of Climate Change Impacts On High Latitude Carbon Assimilation”. Global Change Biology, 2022, pp. 1222 - 1247.
  18. Yang, D., et al. “Remote Sensing From Unoccupied Aerial Systems: Opportunities To Enhance Arctic Plant Ecology In A Changing Climate”. Journal Of Ecology, 2022, pp. 2812-2835.
  19. Nelson, P. R., et al. “Remote Sensing Of Tundra Ecosystems Using High Spectral Resolution Reflectance: Opportunities And Challenges”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2022.
  20. Pallandt, M., et al. “Representativeness Assessment Of The Pan-Arctic Eddy Covariance Site Network And Optimized Future Enhancements”. Biogeosciences, 2022, pp. 559 - 583.