El carbono orgánico del suelo es un elemento importante para la salud de los ecosistemas y del clima. En la actualidad la teledetección permite a los científicos observar globalmente esta importante pieza del rompecabezas del carbono.
Despite occurring on different scales, flux measurements throughout the water column share log-normal probability distributions.
A rare attempt to directly estimate leaf area in a tropical African broadleaved forest suggests that there may be more tree foliage than previously estimated.
ACE-DATA/Antarctic Sea-Atmosphere Interactions Data (ASAID) Workshop; 5–6 November 2018, Lausanne, Switzerland
High spatial and temporal resolutions of a data set on a proxy for plant photosynthesis, as well as contiguous global coverage, have great utility for a variety of applications.
An integrated data platform harmonizes many disparate soil moisture data sets to better inform disaster response planners, climate scientists and meteorologists, farmers, and others.
Root Trait and Soil Carbon Workshop; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 31 July to 1 August 2018
An evolving set of tools helps land surface model developers optimize the realism of their parameterizations for the next generation of weather and climate models.
A recent paper in JGR: Biogeosciences demonstrates that sharing data has positive benefits not just for the scientific community but also for the one doing the sharing.
A new study reveals discrepancies between global databases and field measurements.