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    • Ecosystem carbon response of an Arctic peatland to simulated permafrost thaw 

      Voigt, C; Marushchak, ME; Mastepanov, M; Lamprecht, RE; Christensen, TR; Dorodnikov, M; Jackowicz-Korczynski, M; Lindgren, A; Lohila, A; Nykänen, H; Oinonen, M; Oksanen, T; Palonen, V; Treat, CC; Martikainen, PJ; Biasi, C (Wiley, 2019)
      Permafrost peatlands are biogeochemical hot spots in the Arctic as they store vast amounts of carbon. Permafrost thaw could release part of these long‐term immobile carbon stocks as the greenhouse gases (GHGs) carbon dioxide ...
    • Volcanic dust veils from sixth century tree-ring isotopes linked to reduced irradiance, primary production and human health 

      Helama, S; Arppe, L; Uusitalo, J; Holopainen, J; Mäkelä, HM; Mäkinen, H; Mielikäinen, K; Nöjd, P; Sutinen, R; Taavitsainen, JP; Timonen, M; Oinonen, M (Springer Nature, 2018)
      The large volcanic eruptions of AD 536 and 540 led to climate cooling and contributed to hardships of Late Antiquity societies throughout Eurasia, and triggered a major environmental event in the historical Roman Empire. ...