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Title10-year drainage effects on microbial community structure on an Arctic floodplain in Chersky, Northeastern Siberia
Study TypeOther
Abstract As air temperatures are expected to rise in the future, ice-rich permafrost may thaw and, consequently, alter soil topography and hydrology, creating a mosaic of wet and dry soil surfaces in the Arctic. This study investigates how a decade-long drying manipulation on an Arctic floodplain influences .. [more]
Description As air temperatures are expected to rise in the future, ice-rich permafrost may thaw and, consequently, alter soil topography and hydrology, creating a mosaic of wet and dry soil surfaces in the Arctic. This study investigates how a decade-long drying manipulation on an Arctic floodplain influences .. [more]
Center NameMax Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry