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Publication 2018: Missing pieces to modelling the Arctic-Boreal puzzle
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Fisher, J.B., Hayes D.J., Schwalm, C.R. et al. incl. Sonnentag, O
Missing pieces to modelling the Arctic-Boreal puzzle
Environmental Research Letters, 13, 020202.
Joshua B Fisher1,24, Daniel J Hayes2, Christopher R Schwalm3, Deborah N Huntzinger4, Eric Stofferahn1, Kevin Schaefer5, Yiqi Luo6, Stan D Wullschleger7, Scott Goetz8, Charles E Miller1Show full author list
Published 13 February 2018 • © 2018 The Author(s). Published by IOP Publishing Ltd
Environmental Research Letters, Volume 13, Number 2
Resiliency and Vulnerability of Arctic and Boreal Ecosystems to Environmental Change: Advances and Outcomes of ABoVE (the Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment)
Citation Joshua B Fisher et al 2018 Environ. Res. Lett. 13 020202
Section 2: Abstract
NASA has launched the decade-long Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE). While the initial phases focus on field and airborne data collection, early integration with modeling activities is important to benefit future modeling syntheses. We compiled feedback from ecosystem modeling teams on key data needs, which encompass carbon biogeochemistry, vegetation, permafrost, hydrology, and disturbance dynamics. A suite of variables was identified as part of this activity with a critical requirement that they are collected concurrently and representatively over space and time. Individual projects in ABoVE may not capture all these needs, and thus there is both demand and opportunity for the augmentation of field observations, and synthesis of the observations that are collected, to ensure that science questions and integrated modeling activities are successfully implemented.
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