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Controls on Seasonal Nitrogen Cycling in Canadian Low Arctic Tundra Ecosystems
Soil nitrogen availability to plants is a fundamental control on the structure and functioning of arctic tundra ecosystems. Despite recent evidence that biogeochemical and microbial dynamics during the non-growing season ...
Seasonal Controls on Litter and Soil Carbon and Nutrient Cycling in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems and Potential Impacts of Climate Change
Climate change is leading to warmer temperatures and greater snowfall in Arctic regions. Microbial decomposition activities are strongly regulated by temperature, and therefore climate warming is projected to enhance decay ...