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  1. Yang, D., et al. “A Multi-Sensor Unoccupied Aerial System Improves Characterization Of Vegetation Composition And Canopy Properties In The Arctic Tundra”. Remote Sensing, 2020, p. 2638.
  2. Bouskill, N. J., et al. “Alaskan Carbon-Climate Feedbacks Will Be Weaker Than Inferred From Short-Term Manipulations”. Nature Communications, 2020, p. 5798.
  3. Philben, M. J., et al. “Anaerobic Respiration Pathways And Response To Increased Substrate Availability Of Arctic Wetland Soils”. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 2020, pp. 2070 - 2083.
  4. Zhu, Q., et al. “Assessing Impacts Of Plant Stoichiometric Traits On Terrestrial Ecosystem Carbon Accumulation Using The E3Sm Land Model”. Journal Of Advances In Modeling Earth Systems, 2020.
  5. Iversen, C. M., et al. “Building A Culture Of Safety And Trust In Team Science”. Eos, 2020.
  6. Coon, E. T., et al. “Coupling Surface Flow And Subsurface Flow In Complex Soil Structures Using Mimetic Finite Differences”. Advances In Water Resources, 2020, p. 103701.
  7. Euskirchen, E. S., et al. “Co‐Producing Knowledge: The Integrated Ecosystem Model For Resource Management In Arctic Alaska”. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment, 2020, pp. 447-455.
  8. Jafarov, E. E., et al. “Estimation Of Subsurface Porosities And Thermal Conductivities Of Polygonal Tundra By Coupled Inversion Of Electrical Resistivity, Temperature, And Moisture Content Data”. The Cryosphere, 2020, pp. 77 - 91.
  9. Jan, A., et al. “Evaluating Integrated Surface/Subsurface Permafrost Thermal Hydrology Models In Ats (V0.88) Against Observations From A Polygonal Tundra Site”. Geoscientific Model Development, 2020, pp. 2259 - 2276.
  10. Abolt, C. J., et al. “Feedbacks Between Surface Deformation And Permafrost Degradation In Ice Wedge Polygons, Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 2020.
  11. Abolt, C. J., and M. H. Young. “High-Resolution Mapping Of Spatial Heterogeneity In Ice Wedge Polygon Geomorphology Near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska”. Scientific Data, 2020.
  12. Krassovski, M. B., et al. “Hybrid-Energy Module For Remote Environmental Observations, Instruments, And Communications”. Advances In Polar Science , 2020, pp. 156-166.
  13. Chang, K. -Y., et al. “Hysteretic Temperature Sensitivity Of Wetland Methane Fluxes Explained By Substrate Availability And Microbial Activity”. Biogeosciences, 2020, pp. 5849-5860.
  14. Philben, M. J., et al. “Influences Of Hillslope Biogeochemistry On Anaerobic Soil Organic Matter Decomposition In A Tundra Watershed”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 2020.
  15. Herndon, E. M., et al. “Iron And Iron-Bound Phosphate Accumulate In Surface Soils Of Ice-Wedge Polygons In Arctic Tundra”. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 2020, pp. 1475 - 1490.
  16. Sulman, B. N., et al. “Land Use And Land Cover Affect The Depth Distribution Of Soil Carbon: Insights From A Large Database Of Soil Profiles”. Frontiers In Environmental Science, 2020.
  17. Lara, M. J., et al. “Local-Scale Arctic Tundra Heterogeneity Affects Regional-Scale Carbon Dynamics”. Nature Communications, 2020.
  18. Debolskiy, M. V., et al. “Modeling Present And Future Permafrost Distribution At The Seward Peninsula, Alaska”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 2020.
  19. Gallagher, R. V., et al. “Open Science Principles For Accelerating Trait-Based Science Across The Tree Of Life”. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2020, pp. 294 - 303.
  20. Jan, A., and S. L. Painter. “Permafrost Thermal Conditions Are Sensitive To Shifts In Snow Timing”. Environmental Research Letters, 2020, p. 084026.