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Water-Carbon Dynamics in Eastern Siberia

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Series: Ecological Studies Volume: 236
By: Takeshi Ohta(Editor), Tetsuya Hiyama(Editor), Yoshihiro Iijima(Editor), Ayumi Kotani(Editor), Trofim C Maximov(Editor)
309 pages, 62 colour photos and illustrations, 35 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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This book highlights the water and carbon cycle system in the permafrost region in eastern Siberia, and provides important insights in the effects of climate change to permafrost environment in recent decades. The chapters analyze the relationships between precipitation and evapotranspiration, gross primary production, and runoff in the permafrost regions, which are different from tropical and temperate forests. Eastern Siberia is located in the most eastern part of Eurasian continent. Land surface with underlying permafrost has developed due to a cold climate for seventy thousand years and because glaciers have not covered this region. The ecosystem formed in permafrost regions has specific hydrological and meteorological characteristics when it comes to water and carbon dynamics. Under current global warming, permafrost environmental changes are serious issues in the high-latitude regions. Water-Carbon Dynamics in Eastern Siberia will be invaluable to students, researchers and professionals interested in forest meteorology and hydrology, forest ecology, boreal vegetation, as well as the impact of climate change and water-carbon cycles in permafrost and non-permafrost regions.

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1. Introduction Climate, permafrost and forest
2. Atmospheric water cycle in eastern Siberia
3. Water cycle in forest
4. Carbon dioxide cycle in forest
5. Methane and BVOC CH4
6. Water cycle in stable isotope ecology
7. Water-carbon cycle in dendro-ecology
8. Permafrost-forest dynamic
9. River Discharge
10. Remote sensing in vegetation
11. Remote sensing in terrestrial water
12. Water-carbon cycle modelling
13. Summary

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New SPECIAL OFFER
Series: Ecological Studies Volume: 236
By: Takeshi Ohta(Editor), Tetsuya Hiyama(Editor), Yoshihiro Iijima(Editor), Ayumi Kotani(Editor), Trofim C Maximov(Editor)
309 pages, 62 colour photos and illustrations, 35 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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