Modern Carbon Dynamics in Permafrost Landscapes

The overall objective of this component of CarboPerm is to characterize and quantify the spatiotemporal variability of CO2 and CH4 fluxes in Arctic permafrost ecosystems, and to analyze causal relationships between recent fluxes and environmental drivers. This goal will be addressed by establishing a carbon cycle observation network in Northeast Siberia covering multiple spatiotemporal scales, and applying a suite of modeling tools to link observed flux patterns to environmental drivers to advance the understanding of the underlying biogeochemical mechanisms.

 

Study regions

Networking scheme of work package 4

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News

Our summer school at the Ladoga Lake has just started!!

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News from the summer expedition to the delta!

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In September 2016 our "St. Petersburg summer school" for young scientists will be supported by the DAAD "Go-East Summer Schools" programme.

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Our new bilateral Master's Program CORELIS will start with the first cohort in summer 2016!

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Great photographs from our Summer School at Lake Ladoga available on-line!

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The PhD Meeting in Gülpe was a great success!

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Late summer on Samoylov Island. Read how our six scientists are going!

Scientists from Hamburg are in the Lena River Delta.

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Impressions of the Polar day, the spring flood and the ice breakup. 

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