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Large N2O emissions from cryoturbated peat soil in tundra
Nitrous oxide is a potent greenhouse gas whose concentration is increasing in the atmosphere; the highest emissions have been observed from agricultural and tropical soils. Now, measurements in
Carbon dioxide and methane dynamics and annual carbon balance in tundra wetland in NE Europe, Russia
Methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2) fluxes on east European tundra wetland ecosystems (67°23′N, 63°22′E) were measured by static chamber techniques in 1999. The 29 microsites were divided into wet
Carbon balance in East European tundra
We studied the carbon dioxide and methane fluxes from early June to mid‐September 2001 in the Russian tundra of northeast Europe. Gas fluxes were measured with chamber techniques to determine the
Carbon dioxide balance of subarctic tundra from plot to regional scales
We report here the carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) budget of a 98.6 km 2 subarctic tundra area in northeast European Russia based on measurements at two different scales and two independent upscaling
Hydrometeorological Database (HMDB) for Practical Research in Ecology
The regional HydroMeteorological DataBase (HMDB) was designed for easy access to climate data via the Internet and contains data on various climatic parameters from 190 meteorological stations in Russia and bordering countries for a period of instrumental observations of over 100 years.
Habitat use of barnacle geese at a subarctic salt marsh in the Kolokolkova Bay, Russia
The salt marsh at this site bears similarities to other marshes at similar latitudes along the Russian coast and in Canada, and it is discussed whether processes like grazing facilitation and habitat degeneration through overgrazing occur on this site.