Biogeochemical data from terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems in a periglacial catchment, West Greenland

@inproceedings{Lindborg2016BiogeochemicalDF,
  title={Biogeochemical data from terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems in a periglacial catchment, West Greenland},
  author={Tobias Lindborg and Johan Rydberg and Mats Tr{\"o}jbom and Sten Berglund and Emma M Johansson and Anders L{\"o}fgren and Peter Saetre and Sara Nord{\'e}n and Gustav Sohlenius and E. W. Andersson and Johannes Petrone and Micke Borgiel and Ulrik Kautsky and Hjalmar Laudon},
  year={2016}
}
Global warming is expected to be most pronounced in the Arctic where permafrost thaw and release of old carbon may provide an important feedback mechanism to the climate system. To better understand and predict climate effects and feedbacks on the cycling of elements within and between ecosystems in northern latitude landscapes, a thorough understanding of the processes related to transport and cycling of elements is required. A fundamental requirement to reach a better process understanding is… CONTINUE READING

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