Carbon cycle uncertainty in the Alaskan Arctic

@inproceedings{Fisher2014CarbonCU,
  title={Carbon cycle uncertainty in the Alaskan Arctic},
  author={Joshua B. Fisher and Munish Sikka and Walter C. Oechel and Deborah N. Huntzinger and Joe R Melton and Charles D Koven and Anders Ahlstr{\"o}m and Mohammed A. Arain and Ian T. Baker and Jing Ming Chen and Philippe Ciais and Carl Nathan Davidson and Michael C. Dietze and Bassil El-Masri and Daniel J Hayes and Chris Huntingford and Adarsh K. Jain and Peter E. Levy and Mark R. Lomas and Benjamin Poulter and D. T. Price and Ankit Kumar Sahoo and Kevin J. Schaefer and Hanqin Tian and Enrico Tomelleri and Hans Verbeeck and Nicolas Viovy and Rita Wania and Ning Zeng and Charles E Miller},
  year={2014}
}
Climate change is leading to a disproportionately large warming in the high northern latitudes, but the magnitude and sign of the future carbon balance of the Arctic are highly uncertain. Using 40 terrestrial biosphere models for the Alaskan Arctic from four recent model intercomparison projects - NACP (North American Carbon Program) site and regional syntheses, TRENDY (Trends in net land atmosphere carbon exchanges), and WETCHIMP (Wetland and Wetland CH4 Inter-comparison of Models Project… CONTINUE READING

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