Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments
Advancing the predictive power of Earth system models through understanding
of the structure and function of Arctic terrestrial ecosystems
Organizers will host a workshop with the goal of giving NGEE Arctic scientists with limited or no computational or modeling experience a chance to run the E3SM Land Model (ELM), visualize model simulation output, and test questions using model simulations.
Multiscale remote sensing technologies are helping researchers better understand the effects of climate change on vegetation productivity and regional variability in greening and browning trends.
An analytical model predicts how ice-wedge polygon geometry influences the export of solute-rich waters from tundra soils to ponds and streams.
New technology adds value to monitoring, observational, and experimental sites in remote areas.