Reorganization of vegetation , hydrology and soil carbon after permafrost degradation across heterogeneous boreal landscapes

@inproceedings{Jorgenson2013ReorganizationOV,
  title={Reorganization of vegetation , hydrology and soil carbon after permafrost degradation across heterogeneous boreal landscapes},
  author={M. Torre Jorgenson and Jennifer Harden and Mikhail Kanevskiy and Jonathan A. O’Donnell and Kim Wickland and Stephanie Ewing and Kristen L. Manies and Qianlai Zhuang and Y. L. Shur and Robert G. Striegl and Josh Koch},
  year={2013}
}
The diversity of ecosystems across boreal landscapes, successional changes after disturbance and complicated permafrost histories, present enormous challenges for assessing how vegetation, water and soil carbon may respond to climate change in boreal regions. To address this complexity, we used a chronosequence approach to assess changes in vegetation composition, water storage and soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks along successional gradients within four landscapes: (1) rocky uplands on ice… CONTINUE READING
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