Terrestrial Ecology

Tropical forest canopy

NGEE–Tropics. Tropical forests such as the Amazon (pictured) cycle more carbon and water than any other ecosystem and are estimated to be Earth’s largest carbon sink. A critical question is whether these forests will continue to offset a large fraction of anthropogenic carbon emissions or become carbon sources. [Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory]

Terrestrial ecology research supported by the Environmental System Science (ESS) program seeks to improve the representation of terrestrial ecosystem processes in Earth system models, thereby enhancing the robustness of model projections and providing the scientific foundation for solutions to the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) most pressing energy and environmental challenges. Terrestrial ecology research focuses on understanding ecosystem responses to warming temperatures, increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) concentration, changes in nutrient cycling, and altered precipitation timing and amount. Such understanding is essential to improving predictions of both the ecological effects of climate change and feedbacks between the terrestrial ecosystem and the rest of the Earth system.

Priority Research Objectives

Through hypothesis-driven observations, experimental manipulations, and large-scale, long-term field studies, ESS supports foundational terrestrial ecology research, including studies in critical and potentially sensitive ecosystems. The program’s goals are to understand and explain mechanisms and processes controlling primary production and carbon cycling, biogeochemistry, and the impacts of disturbance on terrestrial ecosystems.

permafrost landscape

Permafrost Landscapes. Degradation of ice-rich permafrost causes subsidence and increased variability in topography across the Arctic landscape. Associated changes in hydrology, vegetation, and biogeochemistry create “hot spots” (i.e., locations within an ecosystem that exert a disproportionately large influence on the flow and processing of nutrients) for CO2 and CH4 fluxes.

Terrestrial ecology research focuses on ecosystems and ecological processes that are globally or regionally significant, expected to be sensitive to climate change, and are insufficiently understood or inadequately represented in models. As part of the Biological and Environmental Research (BER) Program, ESS coordinates with BER’s Earth and Environmental Systems Modeling program (and research from other federal agencies), ensuring that experimental and observational results are incorporated into Earth system models to enhance climate projections and inform DOE’s energy decisions. ESS is a leader among U.S. and international agencies in the design, construction, and operation of pioneering, long-term, large-scale field experiments that are critical to understanding ecosystem responses to a changing climate.

Current and future ESS investments in terrestrial ecology research include BER’s innovative concept for coupling models with experimental and observational campaigns such as the Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments (NGEE) projects in the Arctic and tropics. ESS supports additional investments in large-scale ecosystem manipulations in the Spruce and Peatland Responses Under Changing Environments (SPRUCE) project being conducted in northern Minnesota.

Aerial View of SPRUCE Project Site

Aerial View of SPRUCE Project Site. SPRUCE research is being conducted on an 8.1 hectare peatland of the Marcell Experimental Forest in northern Minnesota. Ten open-topped aboveground enclosures are being used to simulate various levels of warming and CO2 exposure. The remote landscape includes a mix of uplands, bogs, fens, lakes, and streams. [Courtesy Oak Ridge National Laboratory] ESS investments also provide management and support infrastructure for the AmeriFlux Network, an interagency activity coordinating long-term CO2 (and energy) flux measurements at field sites across North America. These continuous measurements of ecosystem carbon flux provide important insights into these processes as well as the long-term records needed to validate model projections.

Why Terrestrial Ecology Research Is Important

A significant fraction of the CO2 released to the atmosphere during energy production is taken up by terrestrial ecosystems. This “sink” for anthropogenic carbon represents an important buffer for offsetting the greenhouse gas effects of CO2 emissions. However, greater insight is needed into the details of these processes, the role of climate variability and change on that uptake, and effects of related processes such as nutrient, water, and energy cycling. Uncertainties about how terrestrial ecosystems will function in a changing climate hamper efforts to quantify and project long-term impacts and stability of carbon in the biosphere. Understanding ecosystem functions is essential for improving the ability to predictively model terrestrial ecosystems and their feedbacks to the Earth system. Terrestrial ecology research supported by ESS navigates the forefront of interactions between terrestrial ecosystems and a changing climate, with the ultimate goal of capturing the state of the science in coupled Earth system models.

Research Highlights

LastFirstTitleResearch Area
4/15/24SprengerMatthiasTracing Snowmelt’s Journey from the Peaks to the Valley of the Colorado River’s HeadwatersWatershed Sciences
2/11/24UhlemannSebastianSoils, Bedrock Fractures, and Plant Roots Modulate Groundwater Flow from Mountainous Hillslopes into StreamsWatershed Sciences
3/15/24BouskillNicholasHow Watershed Traits Regulate the Retention and Release of Nitrogen in StreamsWatershed Sciences
1/8/24WainwrightHarukoUsing Machine Learning to Select Watershed Monitoring Sites and Understand Interactions Among Snow, Soil, and PlantsWatershed Sciences
11/7/23CarboneMariahInterannual Patterns of Soil Carbon Dioxide Fluxes Driven by Moisture in Two Montane ForestsWatershed Sciences, Terrestrial Ecology
3/23/23RogersAlistairMeasuring and Modeling Photosynthesis in a Species-Rich RainforestTerrestrial Ecology
7/17/23LeungRubyArtificial Intelligence–Enhanced Tropical Forest Coexistence ModelingTerrestrial Ecology
8/14/23Negron-JuarezRobinsonOptical Satellite Sensitivity to Estimates of Windthrow Tree Mortality in Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
7/1/23RowlandJoelUnfreezing Permafrost Influence on RiversWatershed Sciences
8/15/23Negron-JuarezRobinsonTurbulence Regimes in the Nocturnal Roughness Sublayer: Interaction with Deep Convection and Tree Mortality in the AmazonTerrestrial Ecology
6/22/23FengYanleiForest Mortality and Extreme Storms in AmazoniaTerrestrial Ecology
5/10/23MaxwellReedAccelerating Particle Tracking in Hydrologic Models to Continental ScaleWatershed Sciences
6/28/23VaradharajanCharulekaGlobal Warming Intensifies Rainfall Extremes in High-Elevation RegionsWatershed Sciences
6/30/23BoyeKristinCharacterization of Natural Ferrihydrite Nano-Colloids from a Redox-Active FloodplainWatershed Sciences
6/10/23BrelsfordChristaUrban Science Research Contributes to Advancing Global Climate ActionUrban Integrated Field Laboratories
7/13/22GuLianhongWhat Do Photosynthesis and Music Have in Common?Terrestrial Ecology
1/4/23GuLianhongEcosystem Wilting Point: A Threshold in Forest Response to DroughtTerrestrial Ecology
4/23/23MaoJiafuEnhancing E3SM Land Model’s Photosynthesis Model Using Satellite Solar-Induced Fluorescence and Machine LearningTerrestrial Ecology
2/13/23PainterScottGround Subsidence in Arctic Tundra Unlikely to Trigger Abrupt ThawTerrestrial Ecology
3/2/23RicciutoDanielEmbracing Fine‐Root System Complexity in Terrestrial Ecosystem ModelingTerrestrial Ecology
6/15/23El MasriBassilExploring Phosphorus Cycle Dynamics Along River BottomlandsWatershed Sciences, Terrestrial Ecology
11/8/22SonKyonghoModeling Variations in Carbon Dioxide Generation in the Riverbed of the Columbia River BasinWatershed Sciences
11/20/19HubbardSusanPredicting Sedimentary Bedrock Subsurface Weathering Fronts and Weathering RatesWatershed Sciences
1/31/19HubbardSusanSpatiotemporal Variability of Evapotranspiration and Its Governing Factors in a Mountainous WatershedWatershed Sciences
1/31/23PainterScottConfirming the Performance of an Enhanced Integrated Hydrology ModelData Management, Watershed Sciences
1/24/23ShumanJacquelynIntegrating Plant Physiology into Simulation of Fire Behavior and EffectsTerrestrial Ecology
1/6/23JardineKolbyDevelopment of a Lightweight, Portable, Waterproof, and Low Power Stem Respiration System for TreesTerrestrial Ecology
2/14/23LongoMarcosWhere Are Degraded Forests in the Amazon, and How Much Carbon Do They Lose?Terrestrial Ecology
7/30/22SerbinShawnDrone Remote Sensing Revolutionizes Study of Arctic PlantsTerrestrial Ecology
10/15/19KeiluweitMarcoGetting to the Root of Carbon Storage in Deep SoilsWatershed Sciences
2/21/23GriffisTimothyModeling Carbon and Energy Exchange of an Amazonian Palm Swamp PeatlandTerrestrial Ecology
9/26/22SulmanBenjaminTying Together Iron and Carbon Cycling in the ArcticTerrestrial Ecology
1/6/23FengYanleiClimate Change Likely to Cause More Windthrows in the AmazonTerrestrial Ecology
1/24/23BohrerGilNutrient Accumulation in Freshwater WetlandsTerrestrial Ecology
9/15/22BaileyVanessaEffect of Precipitation Change on Soil Respiration Varies Over TimeCoastal Systems
11/24/22Hicks PriesCaitlinEffect of Mycorrhizal Type on Soil Organic Matter Depends on Ectomycorrhizal SpeciesTerrestrial Ecology
10/17/22GardnerWilliam PaytonImproving Groundwater Transport Predictions with Machine LearningWatershed Sciences
1/6/23RileyWilliam J.Machine Learning Models Inaccurately Predict Current and Future High-Latitude Carbon BalancesTerrestrial Ecology
1/10/23RileyWilliam J.New Model Resolves Non-Monotonic Tradeoff Between Microbial Carbon Use Efficiency and Growth RatesTerrestrial Ecology
12/19/22HerndonElizabethDo Soil Minerals Protect or Degrade Organic Matter?Watershed Sciences
12/22/22HerndonElizabethMicronutrients May Be Important Regulators of Soil Carbon StorageWatershed Sciences
11/21/22FaybishenkoBorisAssessing Long-Term Climate Changes in Mountainous Watershed Across Space and TimeWatershed Sciences
11/8/22DeweyChristianBeaver Dams Overshadow Climate Extremes in Controlling Riparian Hydrology and Water QualityWatershed Sciences
12/2/21CusackDanielaTropical Forest Root Traits and Dynamics for Nutrient and Water Acquisition: Field and Modeling AdvancesTerrestrial Ecology
4/21/20CusackDanielaCompeting Effects of Soil Fertility and Toxicity on Canopy Greening in Panamanian Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
6/23/18CusackDanielaChanges in Leaf Litter Inputs to Tropical Forest Soils over Decade Change Quantity and Character of Soil CarbonTerrestrial Ecology
9/25/19CusackDanielaSoil Phosphorus Availability Moderates Soil CO2 Fluxes Along Tropical Rainfall GradientTerrestrial Ecology
10/13/20CusackDanielaRoot and Soil Carbon Depth Distributions Are Related Across Fertility and Rainfall Gradients in Lowland Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
3/3/22SmithAlexander J.Elevated Temperatures Are Temporarily Beneficial for Coastal Ecosystem ResilienceTerrestrial Ecology
11/9/22StolzeLucienMicrobes Break Down RocksWatershed Sciences
7/26/22CarrollRosemaryObserved Stable Water Isotope Variability Across a Mountainous WatershedWatershed Sciences
8/8/22XuZexuanUnderstanding the Hydrogeochemical Response of a Mountainous Watershed to DisturbancesWatershed Sciences
5/17/22AroraBhavnaEnhanced Environmental Reactions Largely Impact Ecosystem Processes and Natural ResourcesWatershed Sciences
7/22/22BoyeKristinGroundwater Quality: How Microbial “Halos” Spread Through Floodplain AquifersWatershed Sciences
10/26/22FangYilinTopography Influences Water Available to TreesTerrestrial Ecology
9/9/22RileyWilliam J.Wildfire Exacerbates High-Latitude Soil Carbon Losses from Climate WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
7/4/22DafflonBaptisteDepth-Resolved Profiles of Soil Thermal Diffusivity Estimated from Temperature Time SeriesTerrestrial Ecology
9/5/22DafflonBaptisteWater Creates Landscape Variability in High-Latitude EcosystemsTerrestrial Ecology
7/13/22McDowellNateEmerging Signals of Declining Forest Resilience Under Climate ChangeTerrestrial Ecology
3/24/22WarrenJeffreyTropical Trees Tap Deeper Water During the Dry SeasonTerrestrial Ecology
8/4/22ShumanJacquelynReimagine Fire Science for the AnthropoceneTerrestrial Ecology
7/5/22LongoMarcosUnderstanding the Impact of Major Hurricanes on Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
6/24/22NeedhamJessicaTree Crown Damage Alters Canopy Structure and Competitive DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
5/12/22McDowellNateGlobal Plant Transpiration and Its Response to Rising Atmospheric CO2Terrestrial Ecology
5/26/22MengLinSoil Moisture Thresholds of Sap Velocity During Drought in the Central AmazonTerrestrial Ecology
5/11/22BomfimBarbaraLinking Soil Phosphorus with the Resistance and Resilience of Forest Litterfall to Cyclone Disturbance: A Pantropical Meta-AnalysisTerrestrial Ecology
4/1/22Hanbury-BrownAdamForest Regeneration in Earth System ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
3/21/22LongoMarcosForest Degradation Impacts How Amazon Forests PhotosynthesizeTerrestrial Ecology
7/21/22NippertJesseWoody Shrubs Maximize Photosynthetic Efficiency Throughout Dense CanopiesTerrestrial Ecology
8/17/22BennettKatrinaSpatial Patterns of Snow Distribution in the Sub-ArcticTerrestrial Ecology
8/9/22MolinsSergiMulti-Component Reactive Transport Model Quantifies Hydrological and Geochemical Exports from WatershedsWatershed Sciences
7/28/22HansonPaul J.Models Must Be Informed About Peatland Carbon Sink Sensitivities to WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
6/6/22FoxPatriciaRock Weathering and Biological Cycling Can Influence Riverine Export of Sulfur in WatershedsWatershed Sciences
2/3/22SerbinShawnTesting Two Key Assumptions about Gas Exchange Measurement Effects on Stomata BehaviorTerrestrial Ecology
4/1/22BaileyVanessaSatellite and Ground Measurements of the Global Carbon Cycle DifferTerrestrial Ecology
6/1/22WarrenJeffreyRoots and Fungal Hyphae Impact Soil Water AvailabilityWatershed Sciences, Terrestrial Ecology
3/3/22DafflonBaptisteAdvancing Temperature Profiling Systems to Better Understand Changes in Soil and SnowTerrestrial Ecology, Watershed Sciences
6/3/22LiQianyuAn Alternative Representation of Stomatal Conductance in a Dynamic Vegetation ModelTerrestrial Ecology
5/19/22ArendtCarliWhere, When and Why: Investigating Nitrate Availability across a Warming Permafrost LandscapeTerrestrial Ecology
4/6/22WielandtStijnLow-Power, Flexible Sensor Arrays for Monitoring Soil Deformation and TemperatureTerrestrial Ecology
6/1/22HoppleAnyaDisturbance Legacies Shape Coastal Forest Soil StabilityCoastal Systems
3/29/22VaradharajanCharulekaHow Can Scientists Use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Improve Predictions of River Water Quality?Coastal Systems, Watershed Sciences
5/25/22VaradharajanCharulekaHow Does Flooding Affect Salts in Rivers?Coastal Systems, Watershed Sciences
4/30/19SorensenPatrick O.Roots Mediate the Effects of Snowpack Decline on Soil Bacteria, Fungi, and Nitrogen Cycling in a Northern Hardwood ForestWatershed Sciences
7/6/20WainwrightHarukoMachine Learning-Based Zonation to Understand Snow, Plant, and Soil Moisture Dynamics Within a Mountain EcosystemWatershed Sciences
4/22/20OzgenIlhanGenerating Multiresolution Meshes for Distributed Hydrological SimulationsWatershed Sciences
1/30/20HubbardSusanShale is an Important Source of Organic Carbon in Floodplain Sediments of a Mountainous WatershedWatershed Sciences
2/11/21BargarJohnSpatial and Compositional Heterogeneities Control Zinc (Zn) Retention Mechanisms in a Simulated AquiferWatershed Sciences
2/11/21BoyeKristin Exported Organic Carbon Promotes Reducing Conditions and Redox Cycling in Oxic AquifersWatershed Sciences
4/5/22AroraBhavnaAn Open, Inclusive, and Collaborative International Network-of-Networks Framework to Advance GeoscienceWatershed Sciences
3/31/22BaileyVanessaSeawater Drives Tree Mortality through Carbon StarvationCoastal Systems
3/1/22RileyWilliam J.Next-Generation Soil Biogeochemistry Model RepresentationsTerrestrial Ecology
12/15/21VaradharajanCharulekaA New Tool for Diverse Environmental Data IntegrationData Management
3/7/22DwivediDipankarThe Power of Connected and Coordinated ScienceWatershed Sciences
12/9/21TrettinCarlWhat is the Fate of Wood-Carbon Ingested by Subterranean Termites?Terrestrial Ecology
3/24/22VaradharajanCharulekaRegional Stream Temperature Predictions Using Classical Machine Learning ModelsWatershed Sciences
8/13/21NorbyRichardThe Shape of Future ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
3/29/22McDowellNateWhy Is Woody-Plant Mortality Increasing? Mechanisms Linking Mortality to ClimateTerrestrial Ecology
2/7/22AgarwalDeborahNew Guidelines for Publishing Terrestrial Model DataWatershed Sciences, Terrestrial Ecology, Coastal Systems
2/25/22Hanbury-BrownAdamPredicting the Future of ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
3/22/22IversenColleenWarming Strongly Increases Nutrient Availability in a Nutrient-Limited BogTerrestrial Ecology
3/23/22UhlemannSebastianEstimating Subsurface Properties from the Air: Linking Above and Below-Ground ObservationWatershed Sciences
4/1/22BaileyVanessaFreeze-Thaw Cycles Alter Soil Structure in Thawing PermafrostTerrestrial Ecology
1/28/22RogersAlistairA New Model of Stomatal Conductance Enables Improved Representation of Transpiration in Earth System ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
3/17/22DwivediDipankarDecades of DOE-Supported Research Advance Water and Energy SecurityWatershed Sciences
2/28/22McFarlaneKarisSeasonal Permafrost Thaw Mobilizes Ancient and Labile CarbonTerrestrial Ecology
3/15/22ZuletaDanielModeling Tropical Tree Volume to Estimate Crown DamageTerrestrial Ecology
1/20/22JardineKolbyRelationship Between Stem Respiration and Tree Growth in Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
1/25/22NeedhamJessicaUsing Tree Growth and Survival Rates To Understand Temperate and Tropical Forest DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
3/1/22McDowellNateEmergence of Unexpected Tree Die-Offs in Global Forests under Changing ClimateTerrestrial Ecology
8/26/21BrodieEoinTesting Geological Origins of Fast Groundwater Pathways Using Machine LearningWatershed Sciences
12/14/21McFarlaneKarisSoil Organic Deep in the Sierra Nevada Critical ZoneTerrestrial Ecology
2/1/22BaileyVanessaPredicting How Soil Microbes Breathe: Diffusion Limitations MatterTerrestrial Ecology
2/11/22BouskillNickMicrobial Contribution to Post-Fire Tundra Ecosystem Recovery over the 21st CenturyTerrestrial Ecology
2/1/22ZavarinMavrikNew Workflow Unifies Community-Wide Adsorption Data, Unlocking New Modeling CapabilitiesWatershed Sciences
1/31/22WainwrightHarukoScientists Advance Methods to Better Predict Watershed Responses to Climate ChangeWatershed Sciences
2/6/22CushmanKCDrones Reveal Patterns of Tropical Forest Canopy DisturbanceTerrestrial Ecology
6/14/21PoyatosRafael Global Transpiration Data from Sap Flow Measurements: The SAPFLUXNET DatabaseTerrestrial Ecology
12/17/21XuXiangtaoTropical Forest Mortality Increases with DroughtTerrestrial Ecology
9/3/21KoningsAlexandraHow Can Scientists Better Detect Signs of Forest Water Stress from Space?Terrestrial Ecology
7/13/21YaffarDanielaHow Common Trees of Tropical Puerto Rico Get Their PhosphorusTerrestrial Ecology
9/30/21SouzaDaisyLeaf Respiration in the Amazon ForestTerrestrial Ecology
1/5/22ShirleyIanClimate Change Will Shift Seasonality of High-Latitude Carbon CycleTerrestrial Ecology
12/2/21SolanderKurtUsing Isotopes to Constrain Modeled Estimates of Local Water AvailabilityTerrestrial Ecology
9/1/21PivovaroffAlexandriaRoots Dig Deep During Drought in Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
6/13/21PivovaroffAlexandriaHydraulic Architecture Is Related to Species Distributions but not Mortality across a Tropical Moisture GradientTerrestrial Ecology
9/1/21YaffarDanielaWarmer Climates Slow Root Recovery Following HurricanesTerrestrial Ecology
10/29/21ZuletaDanielWhat Are the Most Important Mortality Risk Factors in Tropical Forests?Terrestrial Ecology
12/20/21AraujoRaquelStrong Temporal Variation in Treefall and Branchfall Rates is Related to Rainfall in a Tropical ForestTerrestrial Ecology
3/1/21RogersAlistair Leaf-Level Gas Exchange Reporting FormatTerrestrial Ecology
3/5/21NorbyRichard J.FACE Experiments Show Autumn Leaf Senescence Will Likely Not Come Earlier in a Future Warm and High-CO2 ClimateTerrestrial Ecology
1/19/21NorbyRichard J.Bringing Function to Structure: Root-Soil Interactions Shaping Phosphatase Activity Throughout a Soil Profile in Puerto RicoTerrestrial Ecology
4/24/21MegonigalJ. Patrick Considering Coasts: Adapting Terrestrial Models to Characterize Coastal Wetland EcosystemsTerrestrial Ecology
3/15/21KirwanMatthew How Does Elevated CO2 Influence Coastal Carbon Cycling?Terrestrial Ecology
2/3/21JianJinshiRestructuring and Updating a Key Global Soil Respiration DatabaseTerrestrial Ecology
5/19/20HubbardSusanEmerging Technologies and Radical Collaborations Poised to Advance Predictive Understanding of Watershed BehaviorWatershed Sciences
11/19/19HubbardSusanSpatial Heterogeneity in Streambed BiogeochemistryWatershed Sciences
10/26/19HubbardSusanSeasonal Snowmelt Drives Changes in Alpine Streambed Microbiome Structure and FunctionWatershed Sciences
2/17/21DefrenneCamille E.Building a Collaborative Future of Belowground Ecology and EcologistsTerrestrial Ecology
2/2/21WarrenJeffery M.Boreal Trees and Shrubs Exhibit Differential Water Stress When Faced with Whole Ecosystem WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/20JardineKolbyStimulation of Isoprene Emissions and Electron Transport Rates Are a Key Mechanism of Thermal Tolerance in the Tropical Species Vismia guianensisTerrestrial Ecology
8/5/20WolfeBrettBark Water Vapor Conductance is Associated with Drought Performance in Tropical TreesTerrestrial Ecology
5/10/21XuXiaofengSeasonal Fluctuations in Temperature and Moisture Lead to a Fluctuation in Soil Microbial Populations and Changes Soil Carbon EmissionsTerrestrial Ecology
12/2/21NeumannRebeccaImpacts of The Wetland Sedge Carex aquatilis on Microbial Community and Methane MetabolismsTerrestrial Ecology
1/26/21NeumannRebeccaThe Importance of Nutrients for Microbial Priming in a Bog RhizosphereTerrestrial Ecology
10/15/20NeumannRebeccaGetting to the Root of Plant-Mediated Methane Emissions and Oxidation in a Thermokarst BogTerrestrial Ecology
10/26/21Siirila-WoodburnErica What a Low-to-No-Snow Future Could Mean for the Western U.S.Watershed Sciences
7/19/21AgarwalDebA Guide to Using GitHub for Developing and Versioning Data Standards and Reporting FormatsTerrestrial Ecology
4/19/21NoyceGenevieveWhy Do Coastal Wetland Methane Emissions Increase with Warming?Terrestrial Ecology
11/20/20RogersAlistair Triose Phosphate Utilization Limitation is an Unnecessary Complexity in Terrestrial Biosphere ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
5/10/21SerbinShawnNASA’s Surface Biology and Geology Designated Observable: A Perspective on Surface Imaging AlgorithmsTerrestrial Ecology
2/1/21UhlemannSebastianInvestigating Dynamics that Reshape Permafrost EnvironmentsTerrestrial Ecology
5/11/20ChambersJeffrey Widespread Shifts in Tropical Water Availability for Plants Identified During El NiñoTerrestrial Ecology
9/29/21BrzostekEdwardMicrobial Diversity Drives Differences in Decomposition PathwaysTerrestrial Ecology
7/25/20KovenCharlesRole of Tree Mortality in Forest Response to Rising CO2Terrestrial Ecology
6/15/20KovenCharlieBenchmarking and Parameter Sensitivity of FATES Model at Tropical Forest SiteTerrestrial Ecology
3/5/21CraigMatthewMicrobial Dynamics Can Limit Soil Carbon Storage CapacityTerrestrial Ecology
8/23/21AboltCharlesNew Model Rapidly Predicts Rates of Soil Drainage in Complex Tundra LandscapesTerrestrial Ecology
10/5/21IversenColleenA Starting Guide to Root EcologyTerrestrial Ecology
7/1/20IversenColleenThe Fungal Collaboration Gradient Dominates Root Economics Space in PlantsTerrestrial Ecology
11/16/19LeungL. RubyHow Floods Start and Their Recent TrendsTerrestrial Ecology
6/12/19TrugmanAnna T.Climate and Plant Trait Strategies Determine Tree Carbon Allocation to Leaves and Mediate Future Forest ProductivityTerrestrial Ecology
9/19/20Negrón-JuárezRobinsonCalibration, Measurement, and Characterization of Soil Moisture Dynamics in a Central Amazonian Tropical ForestTerrestrial Ecology
3/29/20NorbyRichard J.A Historical and Comparative Review of 50 Years of Root Data Collection in Puerto RicoTerrestrial Ecology
4/22/20NorbyRichard J.Fine-Root Dynamics Vary with Soil Depth and Precipitation in a Low-Nutrient Tropical Forest in the Central AmazoniaTerrestrial Ecology
3/21/20PowersJenniferA Catastrophic Tropical Drought Kills Hydraulically Vulnerable Tree SpeciesTerrestrial Ecology
1/22/19WarrenJeffery M.Simulated Projections of Boreal Forest Peatland Ecosystem Productivity are Sensitive to Seasonality in Leaf PhysiologyTerrestrial Ecology
9/12/19WarrenJeffery M.Co-Occurring Peat Bog Shrubs at the Boreal-Temperate Ecotone Have Differential Photosynthetic Responses to WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
7/30/21HetlandRobertThe Effect of Tide–Surge–River Interactions on Delaware Bay Estuary Coastal FloodingCoastal Systems
11/9/21FengYanleiAssessing and Predicting Cyclone Effects on ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
6/15/21BurnettAngelaGuide to Predicting Plant Traits from Leaf Hyperspectral DataTerrestrial Ecology
2/10/21Restrepo-CoupeNataliaHow Accurate are Predictions of Amazon Forest Water and Light Use Throughout the Year?Terrestrial Ecology
9/9/21YilinFangDry Soil Limits Plant Transpiration More than Dry Air in a Tropical ForestTerrestrial Ecology
7/2/21Chitra-TarakRutujaRisky Trees in Safe Waters?Terrestrial Ecology
11/16/21HetlandRobertTropical Cyclones Affect Mid-Atlantic Flood and Drought VariabilityCoastal Systems
4/10/19FisherJoshua B.Human Impact on Root Fungus Association of TreesTerrestrial Ecology
12/5/16FisherJoshua B.Tree Root Fungus Association as a Predictor for Soil Microbial Community DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
11/6/17FisherJoshua B.Nitrogen Acquisition Efficiency of Plants in Response to Elevated CO2Terrestrial Ecology
7/2/17FisherJoshua B.Root Fungal Association Determines Soil Nutrient Acquisition Strategies of PlantsTerrestrial Ecology
10/9/17FisherJoshua B.Representing Soil Characteristics Through Indirect MeansTerrestrial Ecology
3/24/18FisherJoshua B.Tree Mycorrhizal Type Determines the Storage and Distribution of Soil Organic MatterTerrestrial Ecology
11/7/19FisherJoshua B.Soil Carbon Stocks Globally Are Determined by Root Fungus AssociationTerrestrial Ecology
8/16/19SerbinShawnNovel Spectroscopy Approach Provides a Rapid and Accurate Means to Retrieve Foliar Traits in PlantsTerrestrial Ecology
5/15/21ChuHousenTell Us What Flux Towers SeeWatershed Sciences
6/24/21SerbinShawnRapidly Predicting the Photosynthetic Capacity of TreesTerrestrial Ecology
11/11/19HubbardSusanQuantifying Snowmelt Recharge into Hillslope Soils and Rocks, and Solute Export to RiversWatershed Sciences
4/26/21DeweyChristianParticulate Organic Matter Controls Lead Release During Redox Cycles in Floodplain SoilsWatershed Sciences
11/16/21EuskirchenEugénieExploring Model Parameter Uncertainty across Arctic Tundra Plant CommunitiesTerrestrial Ecology
12/30/19BargarJohnComplexation by Organic Matter Controls Uranium Mobility in Anoxic SedimentsWatershed Sciences
5/5/20BargarJohnFeS Nanoclusters Can Mobilize Fe and S from sediment to the GroundwaterWatershed Sciences
8/12/20WalkerAnthonyUnderstanding Carbon Feedbacks: The Interaction of Atmospheric CO2 and the Terrestrial Carbon CycleTerrestrial Ecology
2/25/20MaoJiafuUrban Warming Advances Spring Phenology but Reduces the Response of Phenology to Temperature in the Conterminous United StatesTerrestrial Ecology
2/14/20AboltCharlesBuried Ice in Old Permafrost May Melt More Quickly Than in New PermafrostTerrestrial Ecology
4/19/18FisherJoshua B.Relocation of Nutrients from Dying Leaves Differs with Root Fungus AssociationTerrestrial Ecology
3/23/19FisherJoshua B.Inclusion of Plant-Microbe Partnerships Enhances Global Land ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
2/13/18FisherJoshua B.Tree Litter-Soil Interactions and Their Effect on Litter DecayTerrestrial Ecology
10/11/21HubbardSusanA Hybrid Data-Model Approach to Map Soil Thickness in Mountain HillslopesWatershed Sciences
8/18/21IversenColleenFilling Gaps in Our Understanding of Belowground Plant Traits across the WorldTerrestrial Ecology
4/19/21LamourJulienNew Calculations for Photosynthesis Measurement Systems: What’s the Impact for Physiologists and Modelers?Terrestrial Ecology
10/12/21RawlinsMichaelIncreasing Freshwater and Dissolved Organic Carbon Flows to Northwest Alaska’s Elson LagoonWatershed Sciences, Terrestrial Ecology, Coastal Systems
8/30/21RawlinsMichaelModeling Terrestrial Dissolved Organic Carbon Loading to Western Arctic RiversWatershed Sciences, Terrestrial Ecology, Coastal Systems
3/25/21Bastos Gorgens EricResource Availability and Disturbance Shape Maximum Tree Height Across the AmazonTerrestrial Ecology
6/22/20ChambersJeffrey Effects of Hurricane María on the Forests of Puerto RicoTerrestrial Ecology
1/18/19FisherJoshua Factors controlling reactive Nitrogen Oxides (NOy) emission from deciduous forest soilsTerrestrial Ecology
6/9/19FisherJoshua Effects of Invasive Grass on Soil Composition Differ Based on Tree Root Fungus AssociationTerrestrial Ecology
1/13/19FisherJoshua Decomposers in disguise or extensions of root systems?Terrestrial Ecology
10/14/17FisherJoshua Tree Spatial Coexistence Determined by Root Fungus AssociationTerrestrial Ecology
2/25/19FisherJoshua Neglecting Plant-microbe Symbioses Leads to Underestimation of Modeled Climate ImpactsTerrestrial Ecology
12/19/19HansonPaul Advancing Global Change Biology Through Experimental Manipulations: Where Have We Been and Where Might We Go?Terrestrial Ecology
8/23/19Mayes Melanie The global soil community and its influence on biogeochemistryTerrestrial Ecology
10/9/18FisherJoshua Investigating the Impact of Tree Root Fungus on Leaf Litter Decay in Contrasting ClimatesTerrestrial Ecology
10/27/20ZavarinMavrikVariation in the Mineral Forms of Iron Oxide Affects Mobility of ContaminantsTerrestrial Ecology, Watershed Sciences
11/17/20MayesMelanie Multi-year Incubation Experiments Boost Confidence in Model Projections of Long-term Soil Carbon DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
12/1/20HarpDylan Efficient Dynamic Inundation Model for Ice Wedge PolygonsTerrestrial Ecology
12/18/20SchuurEdward Lower Soil Moisture and Deep Soil Temperatures in Thermokarst Features Increase Old Soil Carbon Loss After Ten Years of Experimental Permafrost WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
1/20/21XuXiaofeng Simulating Microbial Community Structure (Fungi and Bacteria) in an Earth System Model: The CLM‐Microbe ModelTerrestrial Ecology
2/26/21RileyWIlliamTopographical Controls on Hillslope-Scale Hydrology Drive Shrub Distributions on the Seward Peninsula, AlaskaTerrestrial Ecology
3/5/21Jastrow Julie New Estimates of Carbon Storage in Permafrost-Region SoilsTerrestrial Ecology
11/5/15BachelotBenedicte Altered Climate Leads to Positive Density-Dependent Feedbacks in a Tropical RainforestTerrestrial Ecology
3/25/21Chambers Jeffrey Integrating Drone Imagery and Forest Inventory: Contributions to Forest Structure and DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
4/23/21RileyWilliam Arctic Tundra Shrubification: A Review of Mechanisms and Impacts on Ecosystem Carbon BalanceTerrestrial Ecology
4/7/21TaşNeslihan Metabolic Capabilities Mute Positive Response to Direct and Indirect Impacts of Warming Throughout the Soil ProfileTerrestrial Ecology
4/9/21MayesMelanie Predicting Methane Dynamics during Drought RecoveryTerrestrial Ecology
12/5/20CarrollRosemary W.H. Groundwater Age in a Colorado River Headwater StreamWatershed Sciences
6/1/20JianJinshi Predicting Soil CO2 Emissions from Air TemperatureTerrestrial Ecology
11/20/20RileyWilliam Hysteretic Temperature Sensitivity of Wetland CH4 Fluxes Explained by Substrate Availability and Microbial ActivityTerrestrial Ecology
10/20/20BouskillNicholas Alaskan Carbon-Climate Feedbacks Will Be Weaker Than Inferred from Short-Term ExperimentsTerrestrial Ecology
8/9/19RileyWilliamExpansion of High-Latitude Deciduous Plants Driven by Interactions between Climate Warming and FireTerrestrial Ecology
2/20/20AboltCharles New Map Reveals Heterogeneous Permafrost Degradation in Ice Wedge PolygonsTerrestrial Ecology
11/26/19XuChonggang Increasing Impacts of Extreme Droughts on Vegetation Productivity under Climate ChangeTerrestrial Ecology
7/9/20TornMargaretThe FLUXNET2015 Dataset and the ONEFlux Processing Pipeline for Eddy Covariance DataTerrestrial Ecology
7/20/20KellerMichael Degraded Tropical Forests Suffer During DroughtsTerrestrial Ecology
6/15/20WoodTana Soil Biogeochemical Responses of a Tropical Forest to Warming and Hurricane DisturbanceTerrestrial Ecology
2/7/20KennardDeborahTropical Understory Herbaceous Community Responds More Strongly to Hurricane Disturbance than to Experimental WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
12/4/20CarrollRosemary W. H. Do Summer Monsoons Matter for Streamflow in the Upper Colorado River?Watershed Sciences
3/25/21ZuletaDaniel Measuring Tree Death and Damage in Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
7/23/21SerbinShawnLandscape-Scale Characterization of Arctic Tundra Vegetation Composition, Structure, and Function with a Multi-Sensor Unoccupied Aerial System (UAS)Terrestrial Ecology
11/3/20WalkerAnthonyAdvancing Functional Understanding of Grassland Community DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
8/14/21HansonPaulSoil Carbon Storage Is Derived from Root Carbon InputsTerrestrial Ecology
8/19/21WarrenJeffPoplar Trees Have Physiological Limits to WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
6/13/21McDowellNateIdentifying Traits that Control Tropical Tree Species’ Moisture NeedsTerrestrial Ecology
7/9/21WainwrightHarukoQuantifying Carbon Fluxes at High-Resolution in Ice-Wedge Polygon Tundra Using On-the-Ground Sensors and Remote Sensing DataTerrestrial Ecology
6/15/21BaileyVanessaDifferent Soils Respond Differently to Moisture ExtremesTerrestrial Ecology
7/12/21RileyWilliam J.Non-Growing Season Plant Nutrient uptake Controls Arctic Tundra Vegetation Composition under Future ClimateTerrestrial Ecology
12/11/20PainterScottThawing Permafrost may Lead to Cooler Streams in SummerWatershed Sciences, Terrestrial Ecology
4/23/21WarrenJeffreyEcosystem Warming Impacts Photosynthesis Differently in Co-Occurring Boreal TreesTerrestrial Ecology
6/22/21KostkaJoelWhole Ecosystem Warming Stimulates Methane Production from Plant Metabolites in PeatlandsTerrestrial Ecology
6/9/21BaileyVanessaSoil Moisture History Influences Soil Carbon DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
5/24/21TornMargaretDeep Forest Soils Lose Carbon under Experimental WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
4/4/21TornMargaretEvidence Linking Calcium to Increased Organo-Mineral Association in SoilsTerrestrial Ecology
8/19/20AroraBhavnaA New Approach for Identifying Water Quality Hot Spots in WatershedsWatershed Sciences
3/27/21Bond-LambertyBenNew Reporting Format for Soil RespirationWatershed Sciences
4/16/21SulmanBenjaminIntegrating Arctic Vegetation Types Into a Terrestrial Ecosystem Model Using Above- and Below-Ground Field ObservationsTerrestrial Ecology
3/1/21AgarwalDebBalancing the needs of consumers and producers for scientific data collectionsWatershed Sciences
3/18/21AgarwalDebSample Identifiers and Metadata to Support Data Management and Reuse in Multidisciplinary Ecosystem SciencesWatershed Sciences, Terrestrial Ecology
8/28/20NorthJustinWhy Does Ethylene, an Important Plant Hormone, Accumulate in Oxygen-Depleted Soils?Watershed Sciences
7/27/20HansonPaulRapid Net Carbon Loss from a Whole-Ecosystem Warmed PeatlandTerrestrial Ecology
10/31/20WalkerAnthonyMulti-Hypothesis Modeling of PhotosynthesisTerrestrial Ecology, Watershed Sciences
12/1/20O’LoughlinEdwardClays Contribute to Mercury Emission from SoilsWatershed Sciences
7/14/20KaplanDanielWetlands are Highly Effective at Long-term Immobilization of Inorganic Contaminants and NutrientsWatershed Sciences
6/6/20FrancisChristopherDiverse Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaea Dominate Subsurface Nitrifying Communities in Semi-Arid FloodplainsWatershed Sciences
5/22/20IversenColleenBuilding a Culture of Safety and Trust in Team ScienceTerrestrial Ecology
12/16/20HansonPaulShrub-Layer Diversity Is Reduced Yet Overall Productivity Increased with Climate WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
12/15/20GriffisTimAmazonian Palm Swamp Forests Are a Large Carbon Dioxide Sink and Methane SourceTerrestrial Ecology
5/23/20BridghamScottMassive Peatland Carbon Banks Vulnerable to Rising TemperaturesTerrestrial Ecology
5/15/20Bond-LambertyBenMachine Learning Produces Unprecedented High-Resolution Map of Global Soil RespirationTerrestrial Ecology
1/21/21RileyWilliamChanges in Precipitation and Air Temperature Contribute Comparably to Permafrost Degradation in a Warmer ClimateTerrestrial Ecology
7/28/20IversenColleenHidden Plant Responses to Environmental ChangeTerrestrial Ecology
2/15/19LevinePaulSoil Moisture Variability Intensifies and Prolongs Eastern Amazon Temperature and Carbon Cycle Response to El Niño- Southern OscillationTerrestrial Ecology
12/3/20IversenColleenHigh-Resolution Minirhizotrons Reveal Root-Fungal Dynamics in an Experimentally Warmed PeatlandTerrestrial Ecology
1/12/21WarrenJeffreySpringtime Drought Affects Net Carbon Balance in Evergreen Black Spruce Trees, Damaging Canopy DevelopmentTerrestrial Ecology
9/1/20JastrowJulieSoil Bacterial Responses to a Thawing Arctic: A Microbial AwakeningTerrestrial Ecology
11/23/19MaoJiafuModeling Tree Stem-water Dynamics over an Amazonian RainforestTerrestrial Ecology
5/13/20JanAhmadBuilding Confidence in Advanced Permafrost ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
3/10/20KovenCharlieThree Grand Challenges for Land Surface ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
7/30/20JanAhmadThe Role of Snow Timing in Permafrost DegradationTerrestrial Ecology
4/18/20McLauchlanKendraFire as a Fundamental Ecological Process: Research Advances and FrontiersTerrestrial Ecology
10/21/19NataliSusanWinter Carbon Emissions Shifting Northern Permafrost Region to a Carbon SourceTerrestrial Ecology
10/19/20SerbinShawnBeyond Ecosystem Modeling: A Roadmap to Community Cyberinfrastructure for Ecological Data-Model IntegrationTerrestrial Ecology
5/29/20McDowellNateChanging Global Conditions Lead to Shorter, Younger TreesTerrestrial Ecology
6/1/20MayesMelanieModeling the Processes of Soil Moisture in Regulating Microbial and Carbon-Nitrogen CyclingTerrestrial Ecology
10/22/19MegonigalPatNon-Linear Plant Responses to WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
1/20/20TornMargaretModels Predict Rapid and Deep Soil Warming Over the 21st CenturyTerrestrial Ecology
8/15/20SerbinShawnA Multi-Sensor Unoccupied Aerial System Improves Characterization of Vegetation Composition and Canopy Properties in the Arctic TundraTerrestrial Ecology
8/16/20McFarlaneKarisSoil Carbon Response to Land Use ChangesTerrestrial Ecology
2/15/19WarrenJeffreyRespiration Responses of Roots, Mycorrhizal Fungi and Free-living Microbes to an Extreme Drought CycleTerrestrial Ecology
8/12/20WalkerAnthonyAtmospheric CO2 and Terrestrial Carbon FeedbackTerrestrial Ecology
9/21/16MaoJiafuClimate Study Finds Human Fingerprint in Northern HemisphereTerrestrial Ecology
9/22/16AndresenChristianAquatic Plants Accelerate Arctic Methane EmissionsTerrestrial Ecology
9/26/16RandersonJames T. RandersonSoil Will Absorb Less Atmospheric Carbon Than Expected This CenturyTerrestrial Ecology
9/30/16BreenAmyAlaska Arctic Vegetation Archive (AVA-AK)Terrestrial Ecology
10/7/16PainterScottCoupled Simulations of Surface and Subsurface Thermal Hydrology in Permafrost-Affected RegionsTerrestrial Ecology
10/11/16HansonPaulA Belowground Perspective on Forest Drought Offers Improved Predictions for Managing Climate Change ImpactsTerrestrial Ecology
10/17/16WerthDavidVertical Transport of Greenhouse Gases Through the Nocturnal Atmospheric Boundary LayerTerrestrial Ecology
10/25/16GriffithsNatalieDynamic Vertical Profiles of Peat Porewater Chemistry in a Northern PeatlandTerrestrial Ecology
11/16/16BridghamScottTemperature Response of Soil Respiration Largely Unaltered with Experimental WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
11/28/16RogersAlistairA Roadmap for Improving the Representation of Photosynthesis in Earth System ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
11/30/16Bond-LambertyBenUnderutilized Soil Respiration Data Offer Novel Ways to Constrain and Improve ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
12/19/16KueppersLaraSeedling Responses to Climate Warming May Slow Tree Advance UpslopeTerrestrial Ecology
1/9/17Raz-YaseefNaamaLarge CO2 and CH4 Emissions from Polygonal Tundra During Spring Thaw in Northern AlaskaTerrestrial Ecology
1/11/17BaileyVanessaHow Moisture Affects the Way Soil Microbes BreatheTerrestrial Ecology
1/13/17BaileyVanessaDifferences in Soluble Organic Carbon Chemistry in Pore Waters Sampled from Different Pore Size DomainsTerrestrial Ecology
1/30/17JastrowJulieObservational Needs for Estimating Alaskan Soil Carbon Stocks Under Current and Future ClimateTerrestrial Ecology
2/10/17RileyWilliamWindthrow Variability in Central AmazoniaTerrestrial Ecology
2/14/17ClassenAimeeBacteria Living Within Plant Roots Affect Where and How Plants Allocate Carbon for GrowthTerrestrial Ecology
2/14/17ClassenAimeePlant-Mycorrhizal Interactions Influence Coexistence Patterns in PlantsTerrestrial Ecology
9/21/16ThorntonPeter E.Global Model Improved by Incorporating New Hypothesis for Vegetation Nutrient LimitationTerrestrial Ecology
9/21/16ThorntonPeter E.Biogeochemical Modeling of CO2 and CH4 Production in Anoxic Arctic Soil MicrocosmsTerrestrial Ecology
9/20/16WalkerAnthonyModel-Guided Field Experiments: Ecosystem CO2 Responses in an Australian Eucalypt WoodlandTerrestrial Ecology
9/20/16BowlingDavid R.Evaluating Coupled Carbon and Water Vapor Exchange with Carbon Isotopes in the Community Land Model (CLM4.5)Terrestrial Ecology
6/19/16McFarlaneKarisStrong Atmospheric 14C Signature of Respired CO2 Observed over Midwestern United StatesTerrestrial Ecology
9/13/16Bond-LambertyBenAssessing the Challenges and Benefits of an Online "Open Experiment"Terrestrial Ecology
9/13/16RileyWilliam J.Improving Global Methane Emission PredictionsTerrestrial Ecology
9/1/16HansonPaul J.Characterizing Peatland Uptake and Losses of CarbonTerrestrial Ecology
8/15/16AtchleyAdamInfluences and Interactions of Inundation, Peat, and Snow and Active Layer ThicknessTerrestrial Ecology
8/1/16BenscoterBrianShrubs Accelerate Wetland Water LossTerrestrial Ecology
2/24/17HansonPaulAn Ecosystem-Scale, Experimental System to Study Whole-Ecosystem WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
7/26/16BaldocchiDennisUnderstanding Long-Term Trends in Annual Net Ecosystem Exchange of CO2Terrestrial Ecology
3/9/17IversenColleenA Global Fine-Root Ecology Database to Address Belowground Challenges in Plant EcologyTerrestrial Ecology
3/15/17TornMargaretSoils Could Release Much More Carbon Than Expected as Climate WarmsTerrestrial Ecology
4/4/17CampbellElliottGlobal Photosynthesis on the RiseTerrestrial Ecology
4/18/17WullschlegerStanMapping Snow Depth Within a Tundra Ecosystem Using Multiscale Observations and Bayesian MethodsTerrestrial Ecology
4/25/17MegonigalPatrickTemperate Forest Methane Sink Diminished by Tree EmissionsTerrestrial Ecology
5/3/17McCormackLukeBuilding a Better Foundation: Improving Root-Trait Measurements to Understand and Model Plant and Ecosystem ProcessesTerrestrial Ecology
5/8/17SchuurTedTundra Carbon Losses with Rapid Permafrost ThawTerrestrial Ecology
5/9/17RileyWilliamA Global Trait-Based Approach to Estimate Leaf Nitrogen Functional Allocations from ObservationsTerrestrial Ecology
5/12/17RileyWilliamPeRL: A Circum-Arctic Permafrost Region Pond and Lake DatabaseTerrestrial Ecology
5/19/17PowellThomasEcological Role of Hydraulic Traits of Amazon Rainforest TreesTerrestrial Ecology
5/23/17TornMargaretThe FLUXNET2015 DatasetTerrestrial Ecology
5/24/17WalkerAnthonyCan Models Predict Grassland Responses to Environment?Terrestrial Ecology
6/2/17DaviesStuartPatterns of Tree Mortality in a Temperate Deciduous Forest Derived from a Large Forest Dynamics PlotTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17McDowellNateBelowground Perspective on the Drought Sensitivity of Forests: Towards Improved Model Predictions and Management PrescriptionsTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17McDowellNateUsing MODIS Weekly Evapotranspiration to Monitor DroughtTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17McDowellNateThe Energetic and Carbon Economic Origins of Leaf ThermoregulationTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17McDowellNatePragmatic Hydraulic Theory Predicts Stomatal Responses to Climatic Water DeficitsTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17McDowellNateThe Role of Nutrients in Drought-Induced Mortality and RecoveryTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17ChambersJeffreyShifts in Biomass and Productivity for a Subtropical Dry Forest in Response to Simulated Elevated Hurricane DisturbancesTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17XuChonggangLinking Microbial Community Composition to Carbon Loss Rates During Wood DecompositionTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17ChristoffersenBradA Trait-Based Plant Hydraulics Model for Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/17Bond-LambertyBenImproving Predictions of Heterotrophic RespirationTerrestrial Ecology
6/5/17TornMargaretLong Term Decomposition: The Influence of Litter Type and Soil Horizon on Retention of Plant Carbon and Nitrogen in SoilsTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17YangXiaojuanPhosphorus Feedbacks May Constrain Tropical Ecosystem Responses to Changes in Atmospheric CO2Terrestrial Ecology
6/11/17RifaiSamiLandscape-Scale Consequences of Differential Tree Mortality from Catastrophic Wind Disturbance in the AmazonTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17NorbyRichardTropical Tree Photosynthesis and Nutrients: The Model-Data ConnectionTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17KellerMichaelAboveground Biomass Variability Across Intact and Degraded Forests in the Brazilian AmazonTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17JardineKolbyMonoterpene ‘Thermometer’ of Tropical Forest-Atmosphere Response of High-Temperature StressTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17JardineKolbyBiogenic Volatile Organic Compounds in Amazonian EcosystemsTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17RibeiroG.H.P.M.Mechanical Vulnerability and Resistance to Snapping and Uprooting for Central Amazon Tree SpeciesTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17WolfeBrettRetention of Stored Water Enables Tropical Tree Saplings to Survive Extreme Drought ConditionsTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17ChristoffersenBradDo Dynamic Global Vegetation Models Capture the Seasonality of Carbon Fluxes in the Amazon Basin? A Data-Model IntercomparisonTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17ChristoffersenBradVariation in Stem Mortality Rates Determines Patterns of Aboveground Biomass in Amazonian Forests: Implications for Dynamic Global Vegetation ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17WuJinPartitioning Controls on Tropical Evergreen Forest Photosynthesis Across TimescalesTerrestrial Ecology
6/11/17WuJinEnabling Remote Prediction of Leaf Age in Tropical Forest CanopiesTerrestrial Ecology
6/12/17IversenColleenFine-Root Growth in a Forested Bog is Seasonally Dynamic, But Shallowly Distributed in Nutrient-Poor Peat EnvironmentsTerrestrial Ecology
6/23/17KovenCharlesA Direct Measure of Basin-Wide Evaporation and Transpiration from the Amazon RainforestTerrestrial Ecology
6/26/17SerbinShawnInternational Space Station Observations Offer Insights into Plant FunctionTerrestrial Ecology
7/7/17JastrowJulieRapid Characterization of Northern Cold-Region Soil Organic MatterTerrestrial Ecology
7/15/17McDowellNateA Multi-Species Synthesis of Physiological Mechanisms in Drought-Induced Tree MortalityTerrestrial Ecology
7/24/17KovenCharlesFATES Integrations with ACME ModelTerrestrial Ecology
7/22/17ChristiansonDanielleA Metadata Reporting Framework (FRAMES) for Synthesis of Ecohydrological ObservationsTerrestrial Ecology
8/2/17WalkerAnthonyFlooding Determines Seasonality in Sphagnum Moss PhotosynthesisTerrestrial Ecology
8/2/17WalkerAnthonyGlobal Photosynthesis Modeling is Stymied by Competing Hypotheses on Scaling of Plant TraitsTerrestrial Ecology
8/23/17JastrowJulieDual Role of Microorganisms in Soil Organic Matter DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
9/1/17WuJinVariations of Leaf Longevity in Tropical Moist Forests Predicted by a Trait-Driven Carbon Optimality ModelTerrestrial Ecology
9/6/17RogersAlistairTerrestrial Biosphere Models Underestimate Photosynthetic Capacity and CO2 Assimilation in the ArcticTerrestrial Ecology
9/7/17RileyWilliamA New Approach to Represent Multi-Consumer, Multi-Species Soil Biogeochemical Reactions for Earth System ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
9/20/17RowlandJoelLarge Uncertainty in Permafrost Carbon Stocks Due to Hillslope Soil DepositsTerrestrial Ecology
9/21/17WuYuxinElectrical and Seismic Response of Saline Permafrost Soil During Freeze-Thaw TransitionTerrestrial Ecology
9/22/17WarrenJeffreyUsing Neutron Imaging to Measure and Modeling Poplar Root Water Extraction After DroughtTerrestrial Ecology
9/24/17RogersAlistairA Zero-Power Warming Chamber for Investigating Plant Responses to Rising TemperatureTerrestrial Ecology
9/26/17FinziAdrienA Parsimonious Modular Approach to Building a Mechanistic Belowground Carbon and Nitrogen ModelTerrestrial Ecology
9/27/17HubbardSusanCoupled Hydrogeophysical Inversion to Estimate Soil Organic Carbon Content in the Arctic TundraTerrestrial Ecology
9/27/17KovenCharlesAn Observational Benchmark and Scaling Theory for Environmental Controls on Soil DecompositionTerrestrial Ecology
10/2/17GrossiordCharlotteTree Hydraulic Acclimation Partially Mitigates Effects of Warming and DroughtTerrestrial Ecology
10/5/17WullschlegerStanCoincident Aboveground and Belowground Autonomous Monitoring to Quantify Covariability in Permafrost, Soil, and Vegetation Properties in Arctic TundraTerrestrial Ecology
10/5/17WullschlegerStanQuantification of Arctic Soil and Permafrost Properties Using Ground Penetrating Radar and Electrical Resistivity Tomography DatasetsTerrestrial Ecology
10/5/17Raz-YaseefNaamaEvapotranspiration Across Plant Types and Geomorphological Units in Polygonal Arctic TundraTerrestrial Ecology
10/5/17Bond-LambertyBenNetworking Science to Improve Soil Organic Matter Management OpportunitiesTerrestrial Ecology
10/10/17CampbellJ. ElliottAssessing a New Clue to How Much Carbon Plants Take UpTerrestrial Ecology
10/12/17TornMargaretMicrobial Community-Level Regulation Explains Soil Carbon Responses to Long-Term Litter ManipulationsTerrestrial Ecology
10/12/17TornMargaretSynthetic Iron (Hydr)Oxide-Glucose Associations in Subsurface Soil: Effects on Decomposability of Mineral-Associated CarbonTerrestrial Ecology
10/13/17EhleringerJamesEvaluating the Community Land Model (CLM4.5) at a Coniferous Forest Site in Northwestern United States Using Flux and Carbon-Isotope MeasurementsTerrestrial Ecology
10/16/17GuLianhongMeasuring Photosynthesis via the Glow of PlantsTerrestrial Ecology
10/17/17JardineKolbyIntegration of C1 and C2 Metabolism in TreesTerrestrial Ecology
10/18/17BaileyVanessaDeveloping a Molecular Picture of Soil Organic Matter-Mineral InteractionsTerrestrial Ecology
10/25/17NorbyRichardRoot and Rhizosphere Bacterial Phosphatase Activity Varies with Tree Species and Soil Phosphorus Availability in Puerto Rico Tropical ForestTerrestrial Ecology
11/6/17PowersJenniferWill Seasonally Dry Tropical Forests be Sensitive or Resistant to Future Changes in Rainfall Regime?Terrestrial Ecology
11/14/17BaileyVanessaThe Power of Traditional Proxies for Measuring the Soil Carbon CycleTerrestrial Ecology
11/20/17KostkaJoelHydrogenation of Organic Matter as a Terminal Electron Sink Sustains High CO2:CH4 Production Ratios During Anaerobic DecompositionTerrestrial Ecology
11/28/17McDowellNatePredicting and Planning for Chronic Climate-Driven DisturbancesTerrestrial Ecology
12/4/17WiederWillSoil Carbon Cycle Confidence and UncertaintyTerrestrial Ecology
12/4/17MedvigyDavidDiversity in Plant Hydraulic Traits Explains Vegetation Dynamics in Seasonally Dry Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
12/21/17RileyWilliamMicrotopography Determines How CO2 and CH4 Exchanges Respond to Temperature and Precipitation at an Arctic Polygonal Tundra SiteTerrestrial Ecology
12/21/17RileyWilliamMicrotopography Determines Active Layer Depths Responses to Temperature and Precipitation at the NGEE-Arctic Barrow Experimental Observatory SitesTerrestrial Ecology
12/26/17WuJinBiological Processes Dominate Seasonality of Remotely Sensed Canopy Greenness in an Amazon Evergreen ForestTerrestrial Ecology
3/20/20TornMargaret S.Integrating Microbes into Our Understanding of Ecosystem Carbon CyclingTerrestrial Ecology
1/4/21FraterrigoJennifer M.Impacts of Arctic Shrubs on Root Traits and Belowground Nutrient Cycles Across a Northern Alaskan Climate GradientTerrestrial Ecology
10/1/20CoonEthanImproving Predictions of Water Availability and Quality in WatershedsWatershed Sciences
1/7/18FendorfScottAnaerobic Microsites Have an Unaccounted Role in Soil Carbon StabilizationTerrestrial Ecology
1/8/18BaldocchiDennisInter-Annual Variability of Net and Gross Ecosystem Carbon FluxesTerrestrial Ecology
1/11/18ScheibeTimothyHow Plant Roots Take Up Water from SoilTerrestrial Ecology
1/11/18WoodJeffDrought-Pathogen Interactions and Oak Tree MortalityTerrestrial Ecology
1/12/18CusackDanielaTropical Forest Soil Carbon Stocks Predicted by Nutrients and Roots, not Aboveground Plant BiomassTerrestrial Ecology
1/18/18RileyWilliamImpacts of Microtopographic Snow Redistribution and Lateral Subsurface Processes in an Arctic Polygonal EcosystemTerrestrial Ecology
1/18/18AbramoffRoseThe Millennial Model: In Search of Measurable Pools and Transformations for Modeling Soil Carbon in the New CenturyTerrestrial Ecology
1/18/18GriffithsNatalieTemporal and Spatial Variation in Peatland Carbon Cycling and Implications for Interpreting Responses of an Ecosystem-Scale Warming ExperimentTerrestrial Ecology
2/5/18TasNeslihanSoil Microbiome in Arctic Polygonal Tundra UnlockedTerrestrial Ecology
2/6/18MayesMelanieCommunity Proteogenomics Reveals the Systemic Impact of Phosphorus Availability on Microbial functions in Tropical SoilTerrestrial Ecology
2/16/18McDowellNateA Challenging Future for Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
2/23/18RileyWilliamAn Improved Numerical Method For Solving Depth-Resolved Biogeochemical ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
2/28/18RileyWilliamThermodynamic Links Between Substrate, Enzyme, and Microbial DynamicsTerrestrial Ecology
2/28/18HansonPaulForest Lichens May Suffer Changes in Production and Range with Future Environmental WarmingTerrestrial Ecology
3/6/18AlbertLorenPhotosynthetic Capacity of Branches Increases During the Dry Season in a Central Amazon ForestTerrestrial Ecology
3/7/18DettoMatteoResource Acquisition and Reproductive Strategies of Tropical Forest in Response to the El Niño–Southern OscillationTerrestrial Ecology
3/8/18AndereggWilliamPlant Water Potential Improves Prediction of Empirical Stomatal ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
3/8/18DaviesStuartDrought-Induced Mortality Patterns and Rapid Biomass Recovery in a Terra Firme Forest in the Colombian AmazonTerrestrial Ecology
3/8/18FisherRosieVegetation Demographics in Earth System Models: A Review of Progress and PrioritiesTerrestrial Ecology
3/8/18LeungL. RubyLateral Processes Dominate Control of Water Available to Tropical ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
3/12/18ChambersJeffreyRapid Remote Sensing Assessment of Impacts from Hurricane Maria on Forests of Puerto RicoTerrestrial Ecology
3/19/18LawBeverlyPortfolio of Land Use Strategies Can Increase Future Carbon Sequestration in Moist Temperate ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
3/22/18TornMargaretSoil Moisture Mediates the Effects of Heating, Roots, and Depth on Root Litter DecompositionTerrestrial Ecology
3/26/18Ajo-FranklinJonathanAn Effective-Medium Model for P-Wave Velocities of Saturated, Unconsolidated Saline PermafrostTerrestrial Ecology
3/30/18PowellThomasEcological Role of Xylem Refilling in Woody PlantsTerrestrial Ecology
4/9/18JastrowJulieReforestation Can Sequester Globally Significant Amounts of Soil CarbonTerrestrial Ecology
4/23/18ChambersJeffreyVulnerability of Amazon Forests to Storm-Driven Tree MortalityTerrestrial Ecology
4/23/18GuBaohuaTeasing Out Molecular Details of Arctic Soil Organic Carbon Degradation Under WarmingWatershed Sciences
4/25/18SilverWhendeeDrought Drives Rapid Shifts in Tropical Rainforest Soil Biogeochemistry and Greenhouse Gas EmissionsTerrestrial Ecology
4/30/18Sánchez-de LeónYaniriaIncreased Earthworm Density Supports Soil Carbon Storage in a Forest Exposed to Elevated CO2Terrestrial Ecology
5/11/18WullschlegerStanDepth-Resolved Physicochemical Characteristics of Active Layer and Permafrost Soils in an Arctic Polygonal Tundra RegionTerrestrial Ecology
5/11/18GuhaAnirbanSurviving the Heat: Resilience to Extreme Temperatures Varies by SpeciesTerrestrial Ecology
5/22/18PowersJenniferSoil Microbial Controls on CO2 Fluxes in a Tropical Dry ForestTerrestrial Ecology
5/23/18PowersJenniferPatterns in Root:Shoot Ratios in Tropical Forests Across the GlobeTerrestrial Ecology
5/25/18RileyWilliamAccelerated Nutrient Cycling and Increased Light Competition will Lead to 21st Century Shrub Expansion in North American Arctic TundraTerrestrial Ecology
5/25/18RileyWilliam21st Century Tundra Shrubification Could Enhance Net Carbon Uptake of North America Arctic Tundra Under an RCP8.5 Climate TrajectoryTerrestrial Ecology
5/30/18WuJinSpatio-Temporal Convergence of Maximum Daily Light-Use Efficiency Based on Radiation Absorption by Canopy ChlorophyllTerrestrial Ecology
6/2/18EissenstatDavidSimulating the Spatial Variation of Carbon Processes at a Critical Zone ObservatoryTerrestrial Ecology
6/4/18McFarlaneKarisLocal Heterogeneity of Carbon Accumulation Throughout the Peat Profile of an Ombrotrophic Northern Minnesota BogTerrestrial Ecology
7/11/18BaileyVanessaSoil Properties Explain Diversity of Moisture-Driven Microbial Respiration ResponseTerrestrial Ecology
7/27/18SchadtChristopherTemperature Sensitivity of Deep Peat Microbial EnzymesTerrestrial Ecology
8/1/18Bond-LambertyBenGlobally Rising Soil Heterotrophic Respiration over Recent DecadesTerrestrial Ecology
8/14/18NorbyRichardControls on Nitrogen Availability in the Arctic TundraTerrestrial Ecology
8/21/18XuChonggangClimate Sensitive Size-Dependent Survival In Tropical TreesTerrestrial Ecology
8/21/18XuChonggangTraits Drive Global Wood Decomposition Rates More than ClimateTerrestrial Ecology
8/28/18WalkerAnthonyModeling with Multiple Models Made EasyTerrestrial Ecology
9/4/11BridghamScottSmall Differences in Ombrotrophy Control Regional-Scale Variation in Methane Cycling among Sphagnum-Dominated PeatlandsTerrestrial Ecology
10/5/18HubbardSusanA New Entropy-Based Scheme Reveals Dominant Controls on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Flux Variability in an Arctic LandscapeTerrestrial Ecology
10/9/18DaviesStuartCrown Damage and the Mortality of Tropical TreesTerrestrial Ecology
10/9/18JanAhmadRepresenting Microtopography Effects in Hydrology ModelsTerrestrial Ecology
11/20/18LawBeverlyNear-Future Forest Vulnerability to Drought and Fire Varies Across the Western United StatesTerrestrial Ecology
12/17/18GriffithsNatalieInfluence of Dual Nitrogen and Phosphorus Additions on Nutrient Uptake and Saturation Kinetics in a Forested Headwater StreamTerrestrial Ecology
1/16/19MegonigalPatMethane Production and Emissions in Trees and ForestsTerrestrial Ecology
1/31/19JastrowJulieForecasting the Decomposability of Organic Matter in Warming Tundra SoilsTerrestrial Ecology
2/1/19RileyWilliamArctic Waterbodies have Consistent Spatial and Temporal Size DistributionsTerrestrial Ecology
2/4/19JardineKolbyVolatile Monoterpene "Fingerprints" of Resinous Protium Tree Species in the Amazon RainforestTerrestrial Ecology
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4/30/15BryneJamesMicrobes Use Tiny Magnets as BatteriesWatershed Sciences
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2/20/17KemnerKennethA Novel Iron-Loving Bacterium from the Deep SubsurfaceWatershed Sciences
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9/18/17WainwrightHarukoComparison of Electrostatic and Non-Electrostatic Models for U(VI) Sorption on Aquifer SedimentsWatershed Sciences
10/5/17NicoPeterFirst Measurements of Dark Reactive Oxygen Species in a Groundwater AquiferWatershed Sciences
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10/24/17BargarJohnThermodynamic Preservation of Carbon in Anoxic EnvironmentsWatershed Sciences
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2/13/19BargarJohnHexavalent Uranium Storage Mechanisms in Wet-Dry Cycled Sediments at Contaminated DOE Sites in the Western United StatesWatershed Sciences
10/10/18HaoZhaoMachine Learning Aids Understanding of Nanoscale Chemical Heterogeneity of Shale Materials
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6/17/19ChenXingyuanAssessing Sources of Uncertainty in Predictions from a Reactive Transport ModelWatershed Sciences
4/23/19ChenXingyuanNew Model Shows Hydrologic Exchange is Primarily Controlled by the Thickness of Permeable Sediments along the River BankWatershed Sciences
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6/1/19LiuHepingImproving Measurements of CO2 Fluxes from LandscapesWatershed Sciences
4/10/19BaoJieNew Model Enables Scientists to Predict Hydrologic Exchange Fluxes at River Reach Scale
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6/17/19FalcoNicolaUsing Remote Sensing to Determine the Relationship Between Soil Conditions and Plant CommunitiesWatershed Sciences
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2/20/20BargarJohnRedox Interfaces Can Produce Toxic Arsenic Levels in Groundwater from Low Arsenic-Abundance SedimentsWatershed Sciences
8/14/20FrancisChrisMicrobial Communities in Floodplain Soils Remain Unchanged Throughout Seasonal Redox and Water Table FluxWatershed Sciences
7/8/19WainwrightHarukoNew Insights into Contaminant Mobility Under Increased and Extreme PrecipitationWatershed Sciences
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