Modeling thermal dynamics of active layer soils and near-surface permafrost using a fully coupled water and heat transport model

@inproceedings{Jiang2012ModelingTD,
  title={Modeling thermal dynamics of active layer soils and near-surface permafrost using a fully coupled water and heat transport model},
  author={Yueyang Jiang and Qianlai Zhuang and O JonathanA. and Michael L Donnell},
  year={2012}
}
[1] Thawing and freezing processes are key components in permafrost dynamics, and these processes play an important role in regulating the hydrological and carbon cycles in the northern high latitudes. In the present study, we apply a well-developed soil thermal model that fully couples heat and water transport, to simulate the thawing and freezing processes at daily time steps across multiple sites that vary with vegetation cover, disturbance history, and climate. The model performance was… CONTINUE READING

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