Using new methods, researchers can estimate how much methane is released each day from reservoirs—an important step in estimating global methane emissions.
New research finds that Arctic rivers currently transport limited permafrost-derived dissolved organic carbon, which has implications for understanding the region’s changing carbon cycle—and its potential to accelerate climate change.
Without water, photosynthesis shuts down. To survive dry spells, desert microbes scavenge traces of hydrogen from the air and burn it for energy. Some even use hydrogen to fuel carbon fixation.
A pesar de su notable influencia en los ciclos globales del carbono y el agua, América Latina representa una proporción relativamente pequeña de sitios FLUXNET, lo que limita la representatividad de la red en la región.
How much carbon peatlands may lose—or accumulate—in the future varies from place to place, according to a process-based model.
Researchers use sediment cores to study the amount and origin of sediment organic carbon in one of the least studied regions of the planet: hadal trenches.
Mussel shell periostracum and carbonate bound organic matter document seasonal variability in the isotopic composition of riverine suspended particulate organic matter.
Biogeochemical floats provide an improved picture of ocean mixing and oxygen movement in the North Atlantic Ocean.