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Recent TES Highlights

Aug 08, 2019
Nutrient-Hungry Peatland Microbes Reduce Carbon Loss Under Warmer Conditions
Enzyme production in peatlands reduces carbon lost to respiration under future high temperatures.

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Aug 05, 2019
Amazon Forest Response to CO2 Fertilization Dependent on Plant Phosphorus Acquisition
AmazonFACE Model Intercomparison.

The Science Plant growth is dependent on the avai [more...]

Feb 14, 2019
A Decade of CO2 Enrichment Stimulates Wood Growth by 30%
Synthesis of four long-term, DOE supported, CO2 enrichment experiments show that young te [more...]

Feb 01, 2019
Volatile Monoterpene ‘Fingerprints’ of Resinous Protium Tree Species in the Amazon Rainforest
Tree resin monoterpene ‘fingerprints’ in terrestrial ecosystems. The Science The Amazon [more...]

Feb 01, 2019
A New Entropy-Based Scheme Reveals Dominant Controls on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Flux Variability in an Arctic Landscape
Soil characteristics, vegetation type, changes in vegetation during the growing season and the onse [more...]

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