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Underrepresented in global carbon budgets, tropical rivers like Brazil’s Tocantins are in need of study to establish their baseline characteristics in the face of increasing global change.
An inexpensive system of automated gas sensors and open-source software, tested in a Kenyan savanna, will help democratize and expand science research on soil respiration.
A new special collection invites review papers to mark the 20th anniversary of the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences with a focus on what we have learned and what is still unknown.
A new model deploys a neural network to spot beavers’ engineering exploits in aerial and satellite imagery, an approach that should aid studies of ecosystem and landscape change.
Some southern beeches in the Andes have plumbed deeper for moisture as the surface has dried up. But doing so may deplete resources and undermine the trees’ future health.
A first-of-its-kind study suggests that isotope analysis could be used to pinpoint sources and sinks of atmospheric methyl chloride.
Math can be fun when reconstructing the ocean’s past and forecasting the future with algal geometry.