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Research into Carbon Storage in Arctic Tundra Reveals Unexpected Insight into Ecosystem Resiliency


May 16, 2013

the U.S. Arctic LTER greenhouse in peak autumn When the University of California, Santa Barbara, doctoral student Seeta Sistla and her adviser, environmental studies professor Josh Schimel, went north not long ago to study how long-term warming in the Arctic affects carbon storage, they had made certain assumptions. Full Story

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