Seismic lines, constructed for petroleum resource exploration, disturb Canadian peatlands, but how can we detect their impact on greenhouse gas budgets?
Satellites designed to observe ocean winds can also be used to map both forest structure and water content, allowing researchers to disentangle factors of carbon loss due to drought in the Amazon.
Coastal California fog—a key source of water for the iconic redwood tree—has declined by a third. Can a trace gas, carbonyl sulfide, be used to assess the effect on plant productivity?
With thawing permafrost projected to release significant amounts of carbon in response to climate change, one of the editors of JGR: Biogeosciences reflects on the slew of recent papers in this field.
Your data are no less important than your words.
Advancing the Science of Gas Exchange Between Fresh Waters and the Atmosphere; Hyytiälä Forestry Field Station, Korkeakoski, Finland, 15–19 September 2014