Historically, the methods available for measuring phenological changes across ecosystems have been less than ideal
Continental shelves are an increasing global sink for atmospheric carbon dioxide
Three scientists have proposed a new approach to better understand the role of soil organic matter in long-term carbon storage and its response to changes in global climate and atmospheric chemistry
The researchers used leaf litter data in streams from 1,025 publications
In a recent study, trees acclimated to warmer temperatures and increased their carbon emissions less than expected
Research focused on ocean muck provides more understanding of the Earth's carbon cycle
Emerging understanding of soil organic matter could assist today’s scientists by accurately accounting for soil carbon, helping to better forecast climate change
Berkeley Lab team reveals how desert cyanobacteria awaken to rainfall then resume their sleep.
Berkeley Lab scientists test a next-generation tool for understanding the carbon cycle – the Carbon Flux Explorer.