Tags: Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Datasets (1-8 of 8)

  1. Quantifying Dissolved Organic Carbon Dynamics Using a Three-Dimensional Terrestrial Ecosystem Model at High Spatial-Temporal Resolutions

    2019-12-02 15:08:32 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Chang Liao, Qianlai Zhuang, Ruby Leung, Laodong Guo | doi:10.4231/7YY6-HQ02

    Arctic ecosystems are very sensitive to the global climate change. This study provides a modeling framework to adequately quantify the Arctic land ecosystem carbon budget by considering the lateral transport of carbon affected by permafrost...


  2. Modeling the Sea Level Changes in Guam

    2019-10-10 01:49:22 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Avnika Manaktala | doi:10.4231/0A0F-7A84

    This project works on understanding the different statistical models that are available to analyze and predict mean sea level changes in Guam.


  3. Global Methane Fluxes from Wetland using Mechanistically-based Biogeochemistry Model

    2019-08-22 16:25:17 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Licheng Liu, Qianlai Zhuang | doi:10.4231/W1M6-4651

    Methane flux output from Terrestrial Ecosystem Model and Methane Dynamics Model (TEM-MDM) and data used in visualization.


  4. Vertical profile observations of water vapor deuterium excess in the lower troposphere

    2019-08-12 21:02:10 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Olivia E. Salmon, Lisa R. Welp, Michael E. Baldwin, Kristian Hajny, Brian H. Stirm, Paul B. Shepson | doi:10.4231/1MZN-1C18

    Airborne vertical profile measurements of water vapor stable isotopes to examine how boundary layer, cloud, and mixing processes influence the vertical structure of deuterium-excess in the lower troposphere.


  5. Microbial decomposition processes and vulnerable arctic soil organic carbon in the 21st century

    2019-07-23 01:44:08 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Junrong Zha, Qianlai Zhuang | doi:10.4231/ANMV-J384

    Various levels of representations of biogeochemical processes in current biogeochemistry models contribute to uncertainty in carbon budget quantification. Detailed microbial mechanisms were incorporated into TEM 5.0 (Terrestrial Ecosystem Model).


  6. Global CO Dynamics Model Output during 1901-2100

    2019-06-28 22:47:13 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Licheng Liu, Qianlai Zhuang | doi:10.4231/JGZ8-9C75

    Global soil CO fluxes during 1901-2013, 2000-2013 and 2014-2100 from model simulations. Together with published paper, figures and tables.


  7. C4 photosynthesis and climate through the lens of optimality

    2018-10-26 19:05:46 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Haoran Zhou, Brent Helliker, Matthew Huber, Ashley Dicks, Erol Akçay | doi:10.4231/R7PR7T75

    Post-processed climate model output and associated source code for "C4 photosynthesis and climate through the lens of optimality"


  8. Dataset for Nitrate radical oxidation of γ-terpinene: hydroxy nitrate, total organic nitrate, and secondary organic aerosol yields

    2017-07-15 17:51:23 | Datasets | Contributor(s): Jonathan Slade | doi:10.4231/R7CZ35BD

    Data repository for the publication entitled "Nitrate radical oxidation of γ-terpinene: hydroxy nitrate, total organic nitrate, and secondary organic aerosol yields" by Slade et al., [2017] published in the journal Atmospheric Chemistry...


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