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2022 (this list is not complete)

Abbott BW, Brown M, Carey JC, Ernakovich J, Frederick JM, Guo L, Hugelius G, Lee RM, Loranty MM, Macdonald R, Mann PJ, Natali SM, Olefeldt D, Pearson P, Rec A, Robards M, Salmon VG, Sayedi SS, Schädel C, Schuur EAG, Shakil S, Shogren AJ, Strauss J, Tank SE, Thornton BF, Treharne R, Turetsky M, Voigt C, Wright N, Yang Y, Zarnetske JP, Zhang Q and Zolkos S 2022 We Must Stop Fossil Fuel Emissions to Protect Permafrost Ecosystems Frontiers in Environmental Science:

Boike J, Chadburn S, Martin J, Zwieback S, Althuizen I H J, Anselm N, Cai L, Coulombe S, Lee H, Liljedahl A K, Schneebeli M, Sjöberg Y, Smith N, Smith S L, Streletskiy D A, Stuenzi S M, Westermann S and Wilcox E J 2022 Standardized monitoring of permafrost thaw: a user-friendly, multiparameter protocol Arctic Science 8 153–82

Burke E, Chadburn S and Huntingford C 2022 Thawing Permafrost as a Nitrogen Fertiliser: Implications for Climate Feedbacks Nitrogen 3 353–75

Castro-Morales K, Canning A, Körtzinger A, Göckede M, Küsel K, Overholt WA, Wichard T, Redlich S, Arzberger S, Kolle O and Zimov N 2022 Effects of Reversal of Water Flow in an Arctic Floodplain River on Fluvial Emissions of CO2 and CH4 Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127 e2021JG006485

Ernakovich JG, Barbato RA, Rich VI, Schädel C, Hewitt RE, Doherty SJ, Whalen ED, Abbott BW, Barta J, Biasi C, Chabot CL, Hultman J, Knoblauch C, Vetter MCY L, Leewis M-C, Liebner S, Mackelprang R, Onstott TC, Richter A, Schütte UME, Siljanen HMP, Taş N, Timling I, Vishnivetskaya TA, Waldrop MP and Winkel M Microbiome assembly in thawing permafrost and its feedbacks to climate Global Change Biology 2022:

Farquharson LM, Romanovsky VE, Kholodov A and Nicolsky D 2022 Sub-aerial talik formation observed across the discontinuous permafrost zone of Alaska Nat. Geosci. 1–7

Holmes ME, Crill PM, Burnett WC, McCalley CK, Wilson RM, Frolking S, Chang K-Y, Riley WJ, Varner RK, Hodgkins SB, Coordinators IP, Team IF, McNichol AP, Saleska SR, Rich VI and Chanton JP 2022 Carbon Accumulation, Flux, and Fate in Stordalen Mire, a Permafrost Peatland in Transition Global Biogeochemical Cycles 36 e2021GB007113

Jones BM, Grosse G, Farquharson LM, Roy-Léveillée P, Veremeeva A, Kanevskiy MZ, Gaglioti BV, Breen AL, Parsekian AD, Ulrich M, and Hinkel KM. 2022. Lake and drained lake basin systems in lowland permafrost regions. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, 3 85-98.

Li Q, Liu Y, Kou D, Peng Y and Yang Y. 2022. Substantial non‐growing season carbon dioxide loss across Tibetan alpine permafrost region. Global Change Biology, 28 5200-5210.

Miner KR, Turetsky MR, Malina E, Bartsch A, Tamminen J, McGuire AD, Fix A, Sweeney C, Elder CD and Miller CE 2022 Permafrost carbon emissions in a changing Arctic Nat Rev Earth Environ 3 55–67

Pedron SA, Welker JM., Euskirchen ES., Klein ES, Walker JC, Xu X and Czimczik CI. Closing the winter gap – Year-round measurements of soil CO2 emission sources in Arctic tundra Geophysical Research Letters 2022 e2021GL097347

Treharne R, Rogers BM, Gasser T, MacDonald E and Natali S 2022 Identifying Barriers to Estimating Carbon Release From Interacting Feedbacks in a Warming Arctic Frontiers in Climate 3 Online:

Schuur EAG, Abbott B, Commane R, Ernakovich J, Euskirchen E, Hugelius G, Grosse G, Jones M, Koven C, Leyshk V, Lawrence D, Loranty M, Mauritz M, Olefeldt D, Natali S, Rodenhizer H, Salmon V, Schädel C, Strauss J, Treat C, and Turetsky M. 2022. Annual Review of Environment and Resources. 47 28.1-28.29.

Straus J, Biasi C, Sanders T, Abbott BW, von Deimling TS, Voigt C, Winkel M, Marushchak ME, Kou D, Fuchs M, Horn MA, Jongejans LL, Liebner S, Nitzbon J, Schirrmeister L, Anthony KW, Yang Y, Zubrzyscki S, Laboor S, Treat C, and Grosse G. 2022. A globally relevant stock of soil nitrogen in the Yedoma permafrost domain. Nature Communications 13 6074.

Varner RK, Crill PM, Frolking S, McCalley CK, Burke SA, Chanton JP, Holmes ME, null  null, Saleska S and Palace MW 2022 Permafrost thaw driven changes in hydrology and vegetation cover increase trace gas emissions and climate forcing in Stordalen Mire from 1970 to 2014 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences 380 20210022

Virkkala A-M, Natali SM, Rogers BM, Watts JD, Savage K, Connon SJ, Mauritz M, Schuur EAG, Peter D, Minions C, Nojeim J, Commane R, Emmerton CA, Goeckede M, Helbig M, Holl D, Iwata H, Kobayashi H, Kolari P, López-Blanco E, Marushchak ME, Mastepanov M, Merbold L, Parmentier F-J W, Peichl M, Sachs T, Sonnentag O, Ueyama M, Voigt C, Aurela M, Boike J, Celis G, Chae N, Christensen TR, Bret-Harte MS, Dengel S, Dolman H, Edgar CW, Elberling B, Euskirchen E, Grelle A, Hatakka J, Humphreys E, Järveoja J, Kotani A, Kutzbach L, Laurila T, Lohila A, Mammarella I, Matsuura Y, Meyer G, Nilsson MB, Oberbauer SF, Park S-J, Petrov R, Prokushkin AS, Schulze C, St. Louis VL, Tuittila E-S, Tuovinen J-P, Quinton W, Varlagin A, Zona D and Zyryanov VI 2022 The ABCflux database: Arctic–boreal CO2 flux observations and ancillary information aggregated to monthly time steps across terrestrial ecosystems Earth System Science Data 14 179–208


Berner LT, Massey R, Jantz P, Forbes BC, Macias-Fauria M, Myers-Smith I, Kumpula T, Gauthier G, Andreu-Hayles L, Gaglioti BV, Burns P, Zetterberg P, D’Arrigo R and Goetz S J 2020 Summer warming explains widespread but not uniform greening in the Arctic tundra biome Nature Communications 11 4621

Bouskill NJ, Riley WJ, Zhu Q, Mekonnen ZA and Grant RF 2020 Alaskan carbon-climate feedbacks will be weaker than inferred from short-term experiments Nature Communications 11 5798

Chen Y, Hu FS and Lara M J 2021 Divergent shrub-cover responses driven by climate, wildfire, and permafrost interactions in Arctic tundra ecosystems Global Change Biology 27 652–6

Elder CD, Thompson DR, Thorpe AK, Chandanpurkar HA, Hanke PJ, Hasson N, James SR, Minsley BJ, Pastick NJ, Olefeldt D, Walter Anthony KM and Miller CE 2021 Characterizing Methane Emission Hotspots From Thawing Permafrost Global Biogeochemical Cycles 35 e2020GB006922

Garnello A, Marchenko S, Nicolsky D, Romanovsky V, Ledman J, Celis G, Schädel C, Luo Y and Schuur EAG 2021 Projecting Permafrost Thaw of Sub-Arctic Tundra With a Thermodynamic Model Calibrated to Site Measurements Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 126 e2020JG006218

Jentzsch K, Schulz A, Pirk N, Foken T, Crewell S and Boike J 2021 High Levels of CO2 Exchange During Synoptic-Scale Events Introduce Large Uncertainty Into the Arctic Carbon Budget Geophysical Research Letters 48 e2020GL092256

Kuhn MA, Varner RK, Bastviken D, Crill P, MacIntyre S, Turetsky M, Walter Anthony K, McGuire A D and Olefeldt D 2021 BAWLD-CH4: a comprehensive dataset of methane fluxes from boreal and arctic ecosystems Earth System Science Data 13, 5151–5189,

Kuhn MA, Thompson L M, Winder JC, Braga LPP, Tanentzap AJ, Bastviken D and Olefeldt D 2021 Opposing Effects of Climate and Permafrost Thaw on CH4 and CO2 Emissions From Northern Lakes AGU Advances 2 e2021AV000515

Lara MJ, McGuire AD, Euskirchen ES, Genet H, Yi S, Rutter R, Iversen C, Sloan V and Wullschleger SD 2020 Local-scale Arctic tundra heterogeneity affects regional-scale carbon dynamics Nature Communications 11 4925

Manies K L, Jones M C, Waldrop M P, Leewis M-C, Fuller C, Cornman R S and Hoefke K 2021 Influence of permafrost type and site history on losses of permafrost carbon after thaw Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences e2021JG006396

Marushchak ME, Kerttula J, Diáková K, Faguet A, Gil J, Grosse G, Knoblauch C, Lashchinskiy N, Martikainen PJ, Morgenstern A, Nykamb M, Ronkainen JG, Siljanen HMP, van Delden L, Voigt C, Zimov N, Zimov S and Biasi C 2021 Thawing Yedoma permafrost is a neglected nitrous oxide source Nat Commun 12 7107

Mauritz M, Pegoraro E, Ogle K, Ebert C and Schuur EAG 2021 Investigating thaw and plant productivity constraints on old soil carbon respiration from permafrost Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences e2020JG006000

Mishra U, Hugelius G, Shelef E, Yang Y, Strauss J, Lupachev A, Harden J W, Jastrow J D, Ping C-L, Riley W J, Schuur E A G, Matamala R, Siewert M, Nave L E, Koven C D, Fuchs M, Palmtag J, Kuhry P, Treat C C, Zubrzycki S, Hoffman F M, Elberling B, Camill P, Veremeeva A and Orr A 2021 Spatial heterogeneity and environmental predictors of permafrost region soil organic carbon stocks Sciene Advances 7 eaaz5236 doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aaz5236

Monhonval A, Mauclet E, Pereira B, Vandeuren A, Strauss J, Grosse G, Schirrmeister L, Fuchs M, Kuhry P and Opfergelt S 2021 Mineral Element Stocks in the Yedoma Domain: A Novel Method Applied to Ice-Rich Permafrost Regions Frontiers in Earth Science 9 773

Moon TA, Druckenmiller ML and Thoman RL 2021 Arctic Report Card 2021

Mu C, Abbott BW, Norris AJ, Mu M, Fan C, Chen X, Jia L, Yang R, Zhang T, Wang K, Peng X, Wu Q, Guggenberger G and Wu X 2020 The status and stability of permafrost carbon on the Tibetan Plateau Earth-Science Reviews 211 103433

Natali SM, Holdren JP, Rogers BM, Treharne R, Duffy PB, Pomerance R and MacDonald E 2021 Permafrost carbon feedbacks threaten global climate goals PNAS 118 Online:

Olefeldt D, Hovemyr M, Kuhn M A, Bastviken D, Bohn T J, Connolly J, Crill P, Euskirchen E S, Finkelstein S A, Genet H, Grosse G, Harris L I, Heffernan L, Helbig M, Hugelius G, Hutchins R, Juutinen S, Lara M J, Malhotra A, Manies K, McGuire A D, Natali S M, O’Donnell J A, Parmentier F-J W, Räsänen A, Schädel C, Sonnentag O, Strack M, Tank S, Treat C, Varner R K, Virtanen T, Warren R K and Watts J D 2021 The Boreal-Arctic Wetland and Lake Dataset (BAWLD) Earth System Science Data, 13, 5127–5149,

Pongracz A, Wårlind D, Miller P A and Parmentier F-J W 2021 Model simulations of arctic biogeochemistry and permafrost extent are highly sensitive to the implemented snow scheme in LPJ-GUESS Biogeosciences 18 5767–87

Schuur EAG, Bracho R, Celis G, Belshe F, Ebert C, Ledman J, Mauritz M, Pegoraro E, Plaza C, Rodenhizer H, Romanovsky V, Schädel C, Schirokauer D, Taylor M, Vogel J and Webb E 2021 Tundra underlain by thawing permafrost persistently emits carbon to the atmosphere over fifteen years of measurements Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences

Shu S, Jain AK, Koven CD and Mishra U 2020 Estimation of Permafrost SOC Stock and Turnover Time Using a Land Surface Model With Vertical Heterogeneity of Permafrost Soils Global Biogeochemical Cycles 34 e2020GB006585

Strauss J, Laboor S, Schirrmeister L, Fedorov A N, Fortier D, Froese D, Fuchs M, Günther F, Grigoriev M, Harden J, Hugelius G, Jongejans L L, Kanevskiy M, Kholodov A, Kunitsky V, Kraev G, Lozhkin A, Rivkina E, Shur Y, Siegert C, Spektor V, Streletskaya I, Ulrich M, Vartanyan S, Veremeeva A, Anthony K W, Wetterich S, Zimov N and Grosse G 2021 Circum-Arctic Map of the Yedoma Permafrost Domain Frontiers in Earth Science 9 1001

Subedi R, Kokelj SV and Gruber S 2020 Ground ice, organic carbon and soluble cations in tundra permafrost soils and sediments near a Laurentide ice divide in the Slave Geological Province, Northwest Territories, Canada The Cryosphere 14 4341–64

Treat CC, Jones MC, Alder J, Sannel ABK, Camill P and Frolking S 2021 Predicted Vulnerability of Carbon in Permafrost Peatlands With Future Climate Change and Permafrost Thaw in Western Canada Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 126 e2020JG005872

Virkkala A-M, Aalto J, Rogers BM, Tagesson T, Treat CC, Natali SM, Watts JD, Potter S, Lehtonen A, Mauritz M, Schuur EAG, Kochendorfer J, Zona D, Oechel W, Kobayashi H, Humphreys E, Goeckede M, Iwata H, Lafleur P, Euskirchen ES, Bokhorst S, Marushchak M, Martikainen PJ, Elberling B, Voigt C, Biasi C, Sonnentag O, Parmentier F-J W, Ueyama M, Celis G, St.Loius VL, Emmerton CA, Peichl M, Chi J, Järveoja J, Nilsson MB, Oberbauer SF, Torn MS, Park S-J, Dolman H, Mammarella I, Chae N, Poyatos R, López‐Blanco E, Christensen T R, Kwon MJ, Sachs T, Holl D and Luoto M Statistical upscaling of ecosystem CO2 fluxes across the terrestrial tundra and boreal domain: regional patterns and uncertainties Global Change Biology Online:

de Vrese P and Brovkin V 2021 Timescales of the permafrost carbon cycle and legacy effects of temperature overshoot scenarios Nature Communications 12 2688

Waldrop MP, McFarland JW, Manies KL, Leewis MC, Blazewicz SJ, Jones MC, Neumann RB, Keller JK, Cohen L, Euskirchen ES, Edgar C, Turetsky MR and Cable WL 2021 Carbon Fluxes and Microbial Activities From Boreal Peatlands Experiencing Permafrost Thaw Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 126 e2020JG005869

Walter Anthony KM, Lindgren P, Hanke P, Engram M, Anthony P, Daanen R, Bondurant AC, Liljedahl AK, Lenz J, Grosse G, Jones BM, Brosius L, James SR, Minsley BJ, Pastick NJ, Munk J, Chanton J, Miller CE and Meyer FJ 2020 Decadal-scale hotspot methane ebullition within lakes following abrupt permafrost thaw Environ. Res. Lett.

Wickland KP, Jorgenson MT, Koch JC, Kanevskiy M and Striegl RG 2020 Carbon Dioxide and Methane Flux in a Dynamic Arctic Tundra Landscape: Decadal-Scale Impacts of Ice Wedge Degradation and Stabilization Geophysical Research Letters 47 e2020GL089894



Andresen CG, Lawrence DM, Wilson CJ, McGuire AD, Koven C, Schaefer K, Jafarov E, Peng S, Chen X, Gouttevin I, Burke E, Chadburn S, Ji D, Chen G, Hayes D, & Zhang W. (2020). Soil moisture and hydrology projections of the permafrost region – a model intercomparison. The Cryosphere, 14(2), 445–459.

Burd K, Estop-Aragonés C, Tank SE, & Olefeldt D (2020). Lability of dissolved organic carbon from boreal peatlands: interactions between permafrost thaw, wildfire, and season. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 1–13.

Douglas TA, Turetsky MR and Koven CD 2020 Increased rainfall stimulates permafrost thaw across a variety of Interior Alaskan boreal ecosystems npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 3 1–7.

Ekici A, Lee H, Lawrence DM, Swenson SC, & Prigent C (2019). Ground subsidence effects on simulating dynamic high-latitude surface inundation under permafrost thaw using CLM5. Geoscientific Model Development, 12(12), 5291–5300.

Estop-Aragonés C, Olefeldt D, Abbott BW, Chanton JP, Czimczik CI, Dean JF, Egan JE, Gandois L, Garnett MH, Hartley IP, Hoyt A, Lupascu M, Natali SM, O’Donnell JA, Raymond PA, Tanentzap AJ, Tank SE, Schuur EAG, Turetsky M and Anthony KW Assessing the Potential for Mobilization of Old Soil Carbon after Permafrost Thaw: A Synthesis of 14C Measurements from the Northern Permafrost Region Global Biogeochemical Cyclese2020GB006672

Gibson CM, Estop-Aragonés C, Flannigan M, Thompson DK, & Olefeldt D (2019). Increased deep soil respiration detected despite reduced overall respiration in permafrost peat plateaus following wildfire. Environmental Research Letters, 14(12), 125001.

Heffernan L, Estop‐Aragonés C, Knorr K-H, Talbot J, & Olefeldt D (2020). Long-term Impacts of Permafrost Thaw on Carbon Storage in Peatlands: Deep Losses Offset by Surficial Accumulation. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 125(3), e2019JG005501.

Heslop JK, Walter Anthony KM, Winkel M, Sepulveda-Jauregui A, Martinez-Cruz K, Bondurant A, Grosse G and Liebner S 2020 A synthesis of methane dynamics in thermokarst lake environments Earth-Science Reviews 210 103365

Hugelius G, Loisel J, Chadburn S, Jackson RB, Jones M, MacDonald G, Marushchak M, Olefeldt D, Packalen M, Siewert MB, Treat C, Turetsky M, Voigt C and Yu Z 2020 Large stocks of peatland carbon and nitrogen are vulnerable to permafrost thaw PNAS

in ’t Zandt MH, Liebner S & Welte CU (2020). Roles of Thermokarst Lakes in a Warming World. Trends in Microbiology.

Keuper F, Wild B, Kummu M, Beer C, Blume-Werry G, Fontaine S, Gavazov K, Gentsch N, Guggenberger G, Hugelius G, Jalava M, Koven C, Krab E J, Kuhry P, Monteux S, Richter A, Shahzad T, Weedon JT and Dorrepaal E 2020 Carbon loss from northern circumpolar permafrost soils amplified by rhizosphere priming Nature Geoscience 1–6

Kou D, Yang G, Li F, Feng X, Zhang D, Mao C, Zhang Q, Peng Y, Ji C, Zhu Q, Fang Y, Liu X, Xu-Ri, Li S, Deng J, Zheng X, Fang J and Yang Y 2020 Progressive nitrogen limitation across the Tibetan alpine permafrost region Nature Communications 11 3331

Kropp H, Loranty MM, Natali SM, Kholodov AL, Roch AV, Myers-Smith I, Abbott BW, Abermann J, Blanc-Betes E, Blok D, Blume-Werry G, Boike J, Breen AL, Cahoons SM, Christiansen CT, Douglas TA, Epstein HE, Frost GV, Goeckede M, Høye TT, Mamet ST, O’Donnell JA, Olefeldt D, Phoenix GK, Salmon VG, Sannel AB, Smith SL, Sonnentag O, Smith Vaughn L, Williams M, Elberling B, Gough L, Hjort J, Lafleur PM, Euskirchen ES, Heijmans MMPD, Humphreys ER, Iwata H, Jones BM, Jorgenson MT, Grünberg I, Kim Y, Laundre J, Mauritz M, Michelsen A, Schaepman-Strub G, Tape KD, Ueyama M, Lee B-Y, Langley K, Lund M (2020). Shallow soils are warmer under trees and tall shrubs across Arctic and Boreal ecosystems. Environmental Research Letters, 16(1), 015001.

Leewis M-C, Berlemont R, Podgorski DC, Srinivas A, Zito P, Spencer RGM, McFarland J, Douglas TA, Conaway CH, Waldrop M and Mackelprang R 2020 Life at the Frozen Limit: Microbial Carbon Metabolism Across a Late Pleistocene Permafrost Chronosequence Front. Microbiol. 11

Mao C, Kou D, Chen L, Qin S, Zhang D, Peng Y and Yang Y Permafrost nitrogen status and its determinants on the Tibetan Plateau Global Change Biology

Nitzbon J, Westermann S, Langer M, Martin LCP, Strauss J, Laboor S, & Boike J (2020). Fast response of cold ice-rich permafrost in northeast Siberia to a warming climate. Nature Communications, 11(1), 2201.

Olid C, Klaminder J, Monteux S, Johansson M and Dorrepaal E Decade of experimental permafrost thaw reduces turnover of young carbon and increases losses of old carbon, without affecting the net carbon balance Global Change Biology

Opfergelt S (2020). The next generation of climate model should account for the evolution of mineral-organic interactions with permafrost thaw. Environmental Research Letters.

Ricketts MP, Matamala R, Jastrow JD, Antonopoulos DA, Koval J, Ping C-L, Liang C and Gonzalez-Meler M A 2020 The effects of warming and soil chemistry on bacterial community structure in Arctic tundra soils Soil Biology and Biochemistry 148 107882

Rodenhizer H, Ledman J, Mauritz M, Natali SM, Pegoraro E, Plaza C, Romano E, Schädel C, Taylor M, & Schuur EAG (2020). Carbon thaw rate doubles when accounting for subsidence in a permafrost warming experiment. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 125(6), e2019JG005528.

Sayedi SS, Abbott BW, Thornton BF, Frederick JM, Vonk JE, Overduin P, Schädel C, Schuur EAG, Bourbonnais A, Demidov N, Gavrilov A, He S, Hugelius G, Jakobsson M, Jones MC, Joung D, Kraev G, Macdonald RW, McGuire AD, Mu C, O’Regan M, Schreiner KM, Stranne C, Pizhankov E, Vasiliev A, Westermann S, Zarnetske JP, Zhang T, Ghandehari M, Baeumler S, Brown BC, Frei RJ (2020). Subsea permafrost carbon stocks and climate change sensitivity estimated by expert assessment. Environmental Research Letters, 15(12), 124075

Schädel C, Beem-Miller J, Aziz Rad M, Crow SE, Hicks Pries CE, Ernakovich J, Hoyt AM, Plante A, Stoner S, Treat CC and Sierra CA 2020 Decomposability of soil organic matter over time: the Soil Incubation Database (SIDb, version 1.0) and guidance for incubation procedures Earth System Science Data 12 1511–24

Schaefer K, Elshorbany Y, Jafarov E, Schuster P F, Striegl R G, Wickland K P and Sunderland E M 2020 Potential impacts of mercury released from thawing permafrost Nature Communications 11 4650

Turetsky MR, Abbott BW, Jones MC, Anthony KW, Olefeldt D, Schuur EAG, Grosse G, Kuhry P, Hugelius G, Koven C, Lawrence DM, Gibson C, Sannel ABK, & McGuire AD (2020). Carbon release through abrupt permafrost thaw. Nature Geoscience, 13(2), 138–143.

Voigt C, Marushchak ME, Abbott BW, Biasi C, Elberling B, Siciliano SD, Sonnentag O, Stewart KJ, Yang Y and Martikainen PJ 2020 Nitrous oxide emissions from permafrost-affected soils Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 1–15

Windirsch T, Grosse G, Ulrich M, Schirrmeister L, Fedorov AN, Konstantinov PY, Fuchs M, Jongejans LL, Wolter J, Opel T and Strauss J 2020 Organic carbon characteristics in ice-rich permafrost in alas and Yedoma deposits, central Yakutia, Siberia Biogeosciences 17 3797–814



Arndt KA, Oechel WC, Goodrich JP, Bailey BA, Kalhori A, Hashemi J, Sweeney C and Zona D 2019 Sensitivity of Methane Emissions to Later Soil Freezing in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences Online:

Biskaborn BK, Smith SL, Noetzli J, Matthes H, Vieira G, Streletskiy DA, Schoeneich P, Romanovsky VE, Lewkowicz AG, Abramov A, Allard M, Boike J, Cable WL, Christiansen HH, Delaloye R, Diekmann B, Drozdov D, Etzelmüller B, Grosse G, Guglielmin M, Ingeman-Nielsen T, Isaksen K, Ishikawa M, Johansson M, Johannsson H, Joo A, Kaverin D, Kholodov A, Konstantinov P, Kröger T, Lambiel C, Lanckman J-P, Luo D, Malkova G, Meiklejohn I, Moskalenko N, Oliva M, Phillips M, Ramos M, Sannel A BK, Sergeev D, Seybold C, Skryabin P, Vasiliev A, Wu Q, Yoshikawa K, Zheleznyak M and Lantuit H (2019) Permafrost is warming at a global scale Nature Communications 10, 264

Finderup Nielsen T, Ravn NR and Michelsen A 2019 Increased CO2 efflux due to long-term experimental summer warming and litter input in subarctic tundra – CO2 fluxes at snowmelt, in growing season, fall and winter Plant Soil Online:

Fuchs M, Lenz J, Jock S, Nitze I, Jones B M, Strauss J, Günther F and Grosse G (2019) Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Stocks along a Thermokarst Lake Sequence in Arctic Alaska Journal of Geophysical Research: BiogeosciencesOnline:

Gibson CM, Estop-Aragonés C, Flannigan M, Thompson DK and Olefeldt D 2019 Increased deep soil respiration detected despite reduced overall respiration in permafrost peat plateaus following wildfire Environ. Res. Lett. 14 125001. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab4f8d

Heslop JK, Walter Anthony KM, Grosse G, Liebner S, & Winkel M (2019). Century-scale time since permafrost thaw affects temperature sensitivity of net methane production in thermokarst-lake and talik sediments. Science of The Total Environment, 691, 124–134.

Heslop JK, Winkel M, Anthony KMW, Spencer RGM, Podgorski DC, Zito P, Kholodov A, Zhang M, & Liebner S (2019). Increasing Organic Carbon Biolability With Depth in Yedoma Permafrost: Ramifications for Future Climate Change. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 124(7), 2021–2038.

Knowles JF, Blanken PD, Lawrence CR and Williams MW (2019) Evidence for non-steady-state carbon emissions from snow-scoured alpine tundra Nature Communications 10 1306

Kou D, Ding J, Li F, Wei N, Fang K, Yang G, Zhang B, Liu L, Qin S, Chen Y, Xia J and Yang Y (2019) Spatially-explicit estimate of soil nitrogen stock and its implication for land model across Tibetan alpine permafrost region Science of The Total Environment 650 1795–804.

Kwon MJ, Jung JY, Tripathi BM, Göckede M, Lee YK and Kim M (2019) Dynamics of microbial communities and CO2 and CH4 fluxes in the tundra ecosystems of the changing Arctic J Microbiol. Online:

Kwon MJ, Natali SM, Pries CEH, Schuur EAG, Steinhof A, Crummer KG, Zimov N, Zimov SA, Heimann M, Kolle O and Göckede M 2019 Drainage enhances modern soil carbon contribution but reduces old soil carbon contribution to ecosystem respiration in tundra ecosystems Global Change Biology Online:

Li Z, Xia J, Ahlström A, Rinke A, Koven C, Hayes DJ, Ji D, Geli Zhang, Krinner G, Chen G, Cheng W, Dong J, Liang J, Moore JC, Lifen Jiang, Yan L, Ciais P, Peng S, Wang Y-P, Xiao X, Shi Z, McGuire AD and Luo Y 2018 Non-uniform seasonal warming regulates vegetation greening and atmospheric CO2 amplification over northern lands Environ. Res. Lett. 13 124008

Liu F, Kou D, Abbott BW, Mao C, Chen Y, Chen L and Yang Y Disentangling the Effects of Climate, Vegetation, Soil and Related Substrate Properties on the Biodegradability of Permafrost-Derived Dissolved Organic Carbon Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. doi:10.1029/2018JG004944

Martens J, Wild B, Pearce C, Tesi T, Andersson A, Bröder L, O’Regan M, Jakobsson M, Sköld M, Gemery L, Cronin TM, Semiletov I, Dudarev OV and Gustafsson Ö 2019 Remobilization of Old Permafrost Carbon to Chukchi Sea Sediments During the End of the Last Deglaciation Global Biogeochemical Cycles 33 2–14

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