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View Resource Microbial Perspectives of the Methane Cycle in Permafrost Ecosystems in the Eastern Siberian Arctic : Implications for the Global Methane Budget

The Arctic plays a key role in Earth?s climate system as global warming is predicted to be most pronounced at high latitudes and because one third of the global carbon pool is stored in ecosystems o...

http://opus.kobv.de/ubp/volltexte/2007/1543/
View Resource Providing Information on the Present State of Arctic Ecosystems and Climate in Historical Context.

Data and information from reputable scientific sources are presented with easy to read and understand narratives. The objective is to inform dialog, raise issue awareness, and support decision...

http://www.arctic.noaa.gov/detect/
View Resource Climatic Feedbacks in Ecosystems of the Arctic Region

An important part of the changes in climate that we have experienced and is likely to see in the coming century can be attributed to feedback mechanisms at high northern latitudes. These climatic...

http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/1755-1315/6/8/082007/
View Resource Benchmark Glaciers

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) operates a long-term "benchmark" glacier program to monitor climate, glacier geometry, glacier mass balance, glacier motion, and stream runoff. The data collected...

http://ak.water.usgs.gov/glaciology/
View Resource Precipitation Scavenging of Atmospheric Aerosols for Emergency Response Applications: Testing an Updated Model with New Real-time Data

Precipitation scavenging can effectively remove particulates from the atmosphere. Interest in the phenomena waxed in the 1980s, but models developed at that time remain limited by the lack of both...

https://narac.llnl.gov/uploads/Loosmore_Cederwall_2004_Preci...
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