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.
If terrestrial biosphere models don’t include nitrogen, they will overestimate carbon sequestration.
Understanding how agriculture and land use affect nutrient flows and concentrations in the vast area of the Great Lakes is an essential step to developing sustainable management strategies.
New research reconstructs the Bering Strait’s flooding history, raising surprising questions about human migration and how ice sheets form.
New research found that tropical soils emit nitrogen mostly as inert dinitrogen rather than as greenhouse gases.
As wildfires blaze through the Arctic, scientists examine the role of landscape characteristics on wildfire ecosystem responses in northern aquatic ecosystems.
Benefits might accrue for both wildlife and climate resiliency if more floodplains along the lower Missouri River were allowed to flood.
A new special collection in AGU journals will present findings from the Second REgional Carbon Cycle Assessment and Processes (RECCAP2) study with a decade of data on greenhouse gas growth.
Research indicates that wildfires could be bolstering soil emissions of air pollutants that contribute to smog and climate change.
Prodigious quantities of nitrogen from human waste flow into coastal waters, a study of nearly 135,000 watersheds reveals.