Scientists track the flow of trace gases through wetland root systems to understand the role of plants in biogenic gas fluxes.
Vines called lianas, which store less carbon than trees, are winning the competition for sunlight and water.
Remote estimation of fluorescence emitted by plants can indicate variations in photosynthesis performance.
By changing the flow of the river, aquatic plants affect the distribution of nutrients on the riverbed.
A new ice core measurements-based record of a climate-active gas shows variability on millennial timescales.
Researchers investigate the impact of vegetation on erosion.
Scientists create a mathematical model to predict when drought pushes plants to die.