Advancing the predictive power of Earth system models through understanding
of the structure and function of Arctic terrestrial ecosystems
Plant stoichiometric flexibility controls the CO2 fertilization effect on ecosystem carbon accumulation.
Multiple models needed to capture true uncertainty of soil carbon fate in a changing world.
Novel bromide tracer experiments are used to develop a model of subsurface flow and transport within ice-wedge polygons.
Field observations and model simulations confirm the presence of unfrozen permafrost in shrub-dominated landscapes.
Worldwide trait database addresses long-standing questions about trait-environment relationships and provides an unprecedented digital resource to inform Earth system models.