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Project 3051

The effects of large scale permafrost degradation features on the carbon and greenhouse gas balance of Siberian tundra
Project leader: Dr. J. van Huissteden
Researcher(s): MSc A. Budishchev
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Gallagher, A.; Li, B. ; Budishev, A.; Huissteden, J. van; Heijmans, M.M.P.D.; Maximov, T.C.; Dolman, A.J. (2012). Increased greenhouse gas emission from thaw ponds in Siberian Arctic tundra on continuous permafrost.
Darwin Center authors: Budishchev A., Dolman A. J., Heijmans M. M. P. D, van Huissteden J., Li B.

Nauta AL, Heijmans MMPD, Blok D, Limpens J, Elberling B, Gallagher A, Li B, Petrov RE, Maximov TC, van Huissteden J, Berendse F (2014). Permafrost collapse after shrub removal shifts tundra ecosystem to a methane source. Nature Climate ChangeDOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE2446:
Darwin Center authors: Berendse F., Heijmans M. M. P. D, van Huissteden J., Li B.