Publications Found: 4
Orchidee-Peat (Revision 4596), A Model For Northern Peatland Co≪Sub≫2≪/Sub≫, Water, And Energy Fluxes On Daily To Annual Scales
Qiu, C., Zhu, D., Ciais, P., Guenet, B., Krinner, G., Peng, S., Aurela, M., Bernhofer, C., Brümmer, C., Bret-Harte, S., Chu, H., Chen, J., Desai, A. R., Dušek, J., Euskirchen, E. S., Fortuniak, K., Flanagan, L. B., Friborg, T., Grygoruk, M., Gogo, S., Grünwald, T., Hansen, B. U., Holl, D., Humphreys, E., Hurkuck, M., Kiely, G., Klatt, J., Kutzbach, L., Largeron, C., Laggoun-Défarge, F., Lund, M., Lafleur, P. M., Li, X., Mammarella, I., Merbold, L., Nilsson, M. B., Olejnik, J., Ottosson-Löfvenius, M., Oechel, W., Parmentier, F. W., Peichl, M., Pirk, N., Peltola, O., Pawlak, W., Rasse, D., Rinne, J., Shaver, G., Schmid, H. P., Sottocornola, M., Steinbrecher, R., Sachs, T., Urbaniak, M., Zona, D., Ziemblinska, K.

Peatlands store substantial amounts of carbon and are vulnerable to climate change. We present a modified version of the Organising Carbon and Hydrology In Dynamic Ecosystems (ORCHIDEE) land surface model for simulating the hydrology, surface energy, and CO2 fluxes of peatlands on daily to annual timescales. The model includes a …

Journal: Geoscientific Model Development, Volume 11 (2): 497-519 (2018). DOI: 10.5194/gmd-11-497-2018 Sites: CA-Mer, CA-WP1, CA-WP2, CA-WP3, US-Bes, US-ICs, US-Los, US-WPT

Increased CO2 Loss From Vegetated Drained Lake Tundra Ecosystems Due To Flooding
Zona, D., Lipson, D. A., Paw U, K. T., Oberbauer, S. F., Olivas, P., Gioli, B., Oechel, W. C.

Tundra ecosystems are especially sensitive to climate change, which is particularly rapid in high northern latitudes resulting in significant alterations in temperature and soil moisture. Numerous studies have demonstrated that soil drying increases the respiration loss from wet Arctic tundra. And, warming and drying of tundra soils …

Journal: Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Volume 26 (GB2004): n/a-n/a (2012). DOI: 10.1029/2011GB004037 Sites: US-Bes

Light-Stress Avoidance Mechanisms In A Sphagnum-Dominated Wet Coastal Arctic Tundra Ecosystem In Alaska
Zona, D., Oechel, W. C., Richards, J. H., Hastings, S., Kopetz, I., Ikawa, H., Oberbauer, S.

The Arctic experiences a high-radiation environment in the summer with 24-hour daylight for more than two months. Damage to plants and ecosystem metabolism can be muted by overcast conditions common in much of the Arctic. However, with climate change, extreme dry years and clearer skies could lead to the risk of increased photoxidation …

Journal: Ecology, Volume 92 (3): 633-644 (2011). DOI: 10.1890/10-0822.1 Sites: US-Bes

Methane Fluxes During The Initiation Of A Large-Scale Water Table Manipulation Experiment In The Alaskan Arctic Tundra
Zona, D., Oechel, W. C., Kochendorfer, J., Paw U, K. T., Salyuk, A. N., Olivas, P. C., Oberbauer, S. F., Lipson, D. A.

Much of the 191.8 Pg C in the upper 1 m of Arctic soil of Arctic soil organic mater is, or is at risk of, being released to the atmosphere as CO2 and/or CH4. Global warming will further alter the rate of emission of these gases to the atmosphere. Here we quantify the effect of major environmental variables affected …

Journal: Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Volume 23 (2): n/a-n/a (2009). DOI: 10.1029/2009GB003487 Sites: US-Bes