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  1. Sulman, B. N., et al. “Simulated Hydrological Dynamics And Coupled Iron Redox Cycling Impact Methane Production In An Arctic Soil”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2022.
  2. Bennett, K. E., et al. “Spatial Patterns Of Snow Distribution For Improved Earth System Modelling In The Arctic”. The Cryosphere, 2022.
  3. Farquharson, L. M., et al. “Sub-Aerial Talik Formation Observed Across The Discontinuous Permafrost Zone Of Alaska”. Nature Geoscience, 2022, pp. 475 - 481.
  4. Virkkala, A. -M., et al. “The Abcflux Database: Arctic–Boreal Co2 Flux Observations And Ancillary Information Aggregated To Monthly Time Steps Across Terrestrial Ecosystems”. Earth System Science Data, 2022, pp. 179-208.
  5. Thoman, R. L., et al. “The Arctic”. Bulletin Of The American Meteorological Society, 2022, pp. S257-S306.
  6. Jafarov, E. E., et al. “The Importance Of Freeze–Thaw Cycles For Lateral Tracer Transport In Ice-Wedge Polygons”. The Cryosphere, 2022, pp. 851-862.
  7. Frost, G. V., et al. “Tundra Greenness”. Noaa Arctic Report Card 2022, 2022.
  8. Zhang, L., et al. “Unravelling Biogeochemical Drivers Of Methylmercury Production In An Arctic Fen Soil And A Bog Soil”. Environmental Pollution, 2022, p. 118878.
  9. Abbott, B. W., et al. “We Must Stop Fossil Fuel Emissions To Protect Permafrost Ecosystems”. Frontiers In Environmental Science, 2022.
  10. Mekonnen, Z. A., et al. “Wildfire Exacerbates High-Latitude Soil Carbon Losses From Climate Warming”. Environmental Research Letters, 2022, p. 094037.
  11. Burnett, A. C., et al. “A Best-Practice Guide To Predicting Plant Traits From Leaf-Level Hyperspectral Data Using Partial Least Squares Regression”. Journal Of Experimental Botany, 2021, pp. 6175 - 6189.
  12. Ely, K. S., et al. “A Reporting Format For Leaf-Level Gas Exchange Data And Metadata”. Ecological Informatics, 2021, p. 101232.
  13. Clayton, L. K., et al. “Active Layer Thickness As A Function Of Soil Water Content”. Environmental Research Letters, 2021, p. 055028.
  14. Glade, R. C., et al. “Arctic Soil Patterns Analogous To Fluid Instabilities”. Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences, 2021.
  15. Mekonnen, Z. A., et al. “Arctic Tundra Shrubification: A Review Of Mechanisms And Impacts On Ecosystem Carbon Balance”. Environmental Research Letters, 2021, p. 053001.
  16. Fer, I., et al. “Beyond Ecosystem Modeling: A Roadmap To Community Cyberinfrastructure For Ecological Data‐Model Integration”. Global Change Biology, 2021, pp. 13 - 26.
  17. Mekonnen, Z. A., et al. “Changes In Precipitation And Air Temperature Contribute Comparably To Permafrost Degradation In A Warmer Climate”. Environmental Research Letters, 2021, p. 024008.
  18. Tang, J. Y., et al. “Conceptualizing Biogeochemical Reactions With An Ohm's Law Analogy”. Journal Of Advances In Modeling Earth Systems, 2021.
  19. Schneider von Deimling, T., et al. “Consequences Of Permafrost Degradation For Arctic Infrastructure – Bridging The Model Gap Between Regional And Engineering Scales”. The Cryosphere, 2021, pp. 2451 - 2471.
  20. Hollingsworth, T. N., et al. “Does Fire Always Accelerate Shrub Expansion In Arctic Tundra? Examining A Novel Grass-Dominated Successional Trajectory On The Seward Peninsula”. Arctic, Antarctic, And Alpine Research, 2021, pp. 93-109.