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  1. 1. A call for international soil experiment networks for studying, predicting, and managing global change impacts

  2. 2. A comment on “Appropriate experimental ecosystem warming methods by ecosystem, objective, and practicality” by Aronson and McNulty

  3. 3. A comprehensive data acquisition and management system for an ecosystem-scale peatland warming and elevated CO2 experiment

  4. 4. A method for experimental heating of intact soil profiles for application to climate change experiments

  5. 5. Advancing global change biology through experimental manipulations: Where have we been and where might we go?

  6. 6. Air Flow and Heat Transfer in a Temperature-Controlled Open Top Enclosure

  7. 7. An Integrative Model for Soil Biogeochemistry and Methane Processes. II: Warming and Elevated CO2 Effects on Peatland CH4 Emissions

  8. 8. An Integrative Model for Soil Biogeochemistry and Methane Processes: I. Model Structure and Sensitivity Analysis

  9. 9. An Integrative Model for Soil Biogeochemistry and Methane Processes: I. Model Structure and Sensitivity Analysis

  10. 10. Attaining whole-ecosystem warming using air and deep-soil heating methods with an elevated CO<sub>2</sub> atmosphere

  11. 11. Biophysical drivers of seasonal variability in Sphagnum gross primary production in a northern temperate bog

  12. 12. Can Sphagnum leachate chemistry explain differences in anaerobic decomposition in peatlands?

  13. 13. Characterizing Peatland Microtopography Using Gradient and Microform-Based Approaches

  14. 14. Compositional stability of peat in ecosystem-scale warming mesocosms

  15. 15. Constraints on microbial communities, decomposition and methane production in deep peat deposits

  16. 16. Deciphering the shifting role of intrinsic and extrinsic drivers on moss decomposition in peatlands over a 5‐year period

  17. 17. Deep peat warming increases surface methane and carbon dioxide emissions in a black spruce‐dominated ombrotrophic bog

  18. 18. Defining the Sphagnum Core Microbiome across the North American Continent Reveals a Central Role for Diazotrophic Methanotrophs in the Nitrogen and Carbon Cycles of Boreal Peatland Ecosystems

  19. 19. Divergent species‐specific impacts of whole ecosystem warming and elevated CO2 on vegetation water relations in an ombrotrophic peatland

  20. 20. Dynamic Vertical Profiles of Peat Porewater Chemistry in a Northern Peatland

  21. 21. Ecosystem warming extends vegetation activity but heightens vulnerability to cold temperatures

  22. 22. Evaluating alternative ebullition models for predicting peatland methane emission and its pathways via data–model fusion

  23. 23. Evaluating the E3SM land model version 0 (ELMv0) at a temperate forest site using flux and soil water measurements

  24. 24. Experimental warming alters the community composition, diversity, and N2 fixation activity of peat moss (Sphagnum fallax) microbiomes

  25. 25. Extending a land-surface model with Sphagnum moss to simulate responses of a northern temperate bog to whole ecosystem warming and elevated CO2

  26. 26. Fine-root growth in a forested bog is seasonally dynamic, but shallowly distributed in nutrient-poor peat

  27. 27. Forecasting Responses of a Northern Peatland Carbon Cycle to Elevated CO2 and a Gradient of Experimental Warming

  28. 28. Forest phenology and a warmer climate - growing season extension in relation to climatic provenance

  29. 29. From systems biology to photosynthesis and whole-plant physiology

  30. 30. Gaseous mercury fluxes in peatlands and the potential influence of climate change

  31. 31. Habitat‐adapted microbial communities mediate Sphagnum peatmoss resilience to warming

  32. 32. High-throughput Fluorometric Measurement of Potential Soil Extracellular Enzyme Activities

  33. 33. High‐resolution minirhizotrons advance our understanding of root‐fungal dynamics in an experimentally warmed peatland

  34. 34. Hydrogenation of organic matter as a terminal electron sink sustains high CO2:CH4 production ratios during anaerobic decomposition

  35. 35. Hydrological feedbacks on peatland CH4 emission under warming and elevated CO2: A modeling study

  36. 36. Incorporating Microtopography in a Land Surface Model and Quantifying the Effect on the Carbon Cycle

  37. 37. Intermediate-scale community-level flux of CO2 and CH4 in a Minnesota peatland: putting the SPRUCE project in a global context

  38. 38. Long-term carbon and nitrogen dynamics at SPRUCE revealed through stable isotopes in peat profiles

  39. 39. Massive peatland carbon banks vulnerable to rising temperatures

  40. 40. Melanin mitigates the accelerated decay of mycorrhizal necromass with peatland warming

  41. 41. Methylotrophic methanogenesis in Sphagnum-dominated peatland soils

  42. 42. Microbial Community Stratification Linked to Utilization of Carbohydrates and Phosphorus Limitation in a Boreal Peatland at Marcell Experimental Forest, Minnesota, USA

  43. 43. Microbial Metabolic Potential for Carbon Degradation and Nutrient (Nitrogen and Phosphorus) Acquisition in an Ombrotrophic Peatland

  44. 44. Modeling the hydrology and physiology of Sphagnum moss in a northern temperate bog.

  45. 45. Molybdenum-Based Diazotrophy in a Sphagnum Peatland in Northern Minnesota

  46. 46. Near-real-time environmental monitoring and large-volume data collection over slow communication links

  47. 47. Needle age and season influence photosynthetic temperature response and total annual carbon uptake in mature Picea mariana trees

  48. 48. Nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in an ombrotrophic peatland: a benchmark for assessing change

  49. 49. Nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in an ombrotrophic peatland: a benchmark for assessing change

  50. 50. Novel climates reverse carbon uptake of atmospherically dependent epiphytes: Climatic constraints on the iconic boreal forest lichen Evernia mesomorpha

  51. 51. Novel metabolic interactions and environmental conditions mediate the boreal peatmoss-cyanobacteria mutualism

  52. 52. Organic matter transformation in the peat column at Marcell Experimental Forest: Humification and vertical stratification

  53. 53. Peatland warming strongly increases fine-root growth

  54. 54. Photosynthetic and Respiratory Responses of Two Bog Shrub Species to Whole Ecosystem Warming and Elevated CO2 at the Boreal-Temperate Ecotone

  55. 55. Radiocarbon Analyses Quantify Peat Carbon Losses With Increasing Temperature in a Whole Ecosystem Warming Experiment

  56. 56. Rapid loss of an ecosystem engineer: Sphagnum decline in an experimentally warmed bog

  57. 57. Rapid Net Carbon Loss From a Whole‐Ecosystem Warmed Peatland

  58. 58. Realized ecological forecast through an interactive Ecological Platform for Assimilating Data (EcoPAD, v1.0) into models

  59. 59. Representing northern peatland microtopography and hydrology within the Community Land Model

  60. 60. Role of Ester Sulfate and Organic Disulfide in Mercury Methylation in Peatland Soils

  61. 61. Seasonal patterns of nonstructural carbohydrate reserves in four woody boreal species

  62. 62. Simulated projections of boreal forest peatland ecosystem productivity are sensitive to observed seasonality in leaf physiology

  63. 63. Simulation of carbon cycling, including dissolved organic carbon transport, in forest soil locally enriched with 14C

  64. 64. Small differences in ombrotrophy control regional-scale variation in methane cycling among Sphagnum-dominated peatlands

  65. 65. Soil metabolome response to whole-ecosystem warming at the Spruce and Peatland Responses under Changing Environments experiment

  66. 66. Soil thermal dynamics, snow cover, and frozen depth under five temperature treatments in an ombrotrophic bog: Constrained forecast with data assimilation

  67. 67. Sphagnum physiology in the context of changing climate: emergent influences of genomics, modelling and host–microbiome interactions on understanding ecosystem function

  68. 68. Springtime Drought Shifts Carbon Partitioning of Recent Photosynthates in 10-Year Old Picea mariana Trees, Causing Restricted Canopy Development

  69. 69. Stability of peatland carbon to rising temperatures

  70. 70. Temporal and Spatial Variation in Peatland Carbon Cycling and Implications for Interpreting Responses of an Ecosystem-Scale Warming Experiment

  71. 71. The Ecology Underground coalition: building a collaborative future of belowground ecology and ecologists

  72. 72. The response of boreal peatland community composition and NDVI to hydrologic change, warming, and elevated carbon dioxide

  73. 73. The Sphagnum Genome Project: A New Model for Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics

  74. 74. The Sphagnum microbiome: new insights from an ancient plant lineage

  75. 75. The stable isotopes of natural waters at the Marcell Experimental Forest

  76. 76. The stable isotopes of natural waters at the Marcell Experimental Forest

  77. 77. Uncertainty in Peat Volume and Soil Carbon Estimated Using Ground‐Penetrating Radar and Probing

  78. 78. Variation in peatland porewater chemistry over time and space along a bog to fen gradient

  79. 79. Vascular plant species response to warming and elevated carbon dioxide in a boreal peatland

  80. 80. Vertical Stratification of Peat Pore Water Dissolved Organic Matter Composition in a Peat Bog in Northern Minnesota

  81. 81. Warming and elevated CO <sub>2</sub> promote rapid incorporation and degradation of plant‐derived organic matter in an ombrotrophic peatland

  82. 82. Warming drives a ‘hummockification’ of microbial communities associated with decomposing mycorrhizal fungal necromass in peatlands

  83. 83. Warming induces divergent stomatal dynamics in co‐occurring boreal trees

  84. 84. Warming response of peatland CO2 sink is sensitive to seasonality in warming trends

  85. 85. Warming Stimulates Iron-Mediated Carbon and Nutrient Cycling in Mineral-Poor Peatlands

  86. 86. Whole-Ecosystem Warming Increases Plant-Available Nitrogen and Phosphorus in an Ombrotrophic Bog

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