Recent changes in carbon source-sink relationships and greenhouse gas emissions in forest and peatland ecosystems along the Mackenzie Valley region of Canada

Jagtar Bhatti, Michael Brady, Ruth Errington, Rick Hurdle, Natalia Starstev, Charles Tarnocai, Thierry Varem-Sanders, Mingliang Wang & Michael Whiticar
Recognizing that permafrost distributions are largely controlled by topography and climate, our IPY study documents local C cycling processes and GHG emissions as associated with vegetation, soil and permafrost environments along a climatic gradient from the Isolated Patches Permafrost Zone, in northern Alberta, to the Continuous Permafrost Zone at Inuvik, NWT. In order to understand variation in vegetation, soils, and permafrost, an extensive network of 26 sites has been established over the summers of 2007...
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