Latest CARBOPERM publications (a-z)

Abakumov, E., Ejarque Gonzalez, E., Tomashunas, V., Polyakov, V., and Zubrzycki, S. 2015. Acidity of the Fine Earth in Selected Soils from Different Sectors of Russian Arctic. Proceedings of the conference Soils of Cold Areas: Genesis, Geography, Ecology, Ulan-Ude 2015. © ИОЭБ СО РАН, 2015, © Изд-во БНЦ СО РАН, 2015,  ISBN 5-7925-0474-5.

Antcibor, I., Eschenbach, A., Zubrzycki, S., Kutzbach, L., Bolshiyanov, D., and Pfeiffer, E.-M. 2014. Trace metal distribution in pristine permafrost-affected soils of the Lena River delta and its hinterland, northern Siberia, Russia, Biogeosciences, 11, 1-15.

Bohn, T. J., Melton, J. R., Ito, A., Kleinen, T., Spahni, R., Stocker, B. D., Zhang, B., Zhu, X., Schroeder, R., Glagolev, M. V., Maksyutov, S., Brovkin, V., Chen, G., Denisov, S. N., Eliseev, A. V., Gallego-Sala, A., McDonald, K. C., Rawlins, M.A., Riley, W. J., Subin, Z. M., Tian, H., Zhuang, Q., and Kaplan, J. O. 2015. WETCHIMP-WSL: intercomparison of wetland methane emissions models over West Siberia, Biogeosciences, 12, 3321-3349.

Eliseev, A. V., Mokhov, I. I., and Chernokulsky, A. V. 2014. An ensemble approach to simulate CO2 emissions from natural fires, Biogeosciences, 11, 3205-3223.

Eliseev, A.V., Demchenko, P.F., Arzhanov, M.M., and Mokhov, I.I. 2014. Transient hysteresis of near-surface permafrost response to external forcing // Clim. Dyn. V.42. N.5-6. P.1203-1215.

Evgrafova, S. and Wagner, D. 2014. Microbial methane driving processes in Siberian Arсtic and sub-Arсtic cryosoils. Nova Acta Leopoldina NF 117, Nr. 399, 43–44.

Fedorova, I., Chetverova, A., Bolshiyanov, D., Makarov, A., Boike, J., Heim, B., Morgenstern, A., Overduin, P. P., Wegner, C., Kashina, V., Eulenburg, A., Dobrotina, E., and Sidorina, I. 2015. Lena Delta hydrology and geochemistry: long-term hydrological data and recent field observations, Biogeosciences, 12, 345-363.

Höfle, S., Kusch, S., Talbot, H., Mollenhauer, G., Zubrzycki, S., Burghardt, S., Rethemeyer, J. 2015. Characterization of bacterial populations in Arctic permafrost soils using bacteriohopanepolyols. Organic Geochemistry, 88. 1-16.

Hubberten H.-W. and Grigoriev M.N. 2014. The New Arctic Research Station „Samoylov Island“ in the Lena Delta: Prospects of Joint Russian-German Studies. In: Nova Acta Leopoldina NF 117, Nr. 399, P. 65–76.

Hugelius, G., Strauss, J., Zubrzycki, S., Harden, J. W., Schuur, E. A. G., Ping, C.-L., Schirrmeister, L., Grosse, G., Michaelson, G. J., Koven, C. D., O‘Donnell, J. A., Elberling, B., Mishra, U., Camill, P., Yu, Z., Palmtag, J., and Kuhry, P. 2014. Estimated stocks of circumpolar permafrost carbon with quantified uncertainty ranges and identified data gaps. Biogeosciences, 11. 6573-6593.

Kaiser, S., Beer, C., Göckede, M., Ekici, A., Kleinen, T., Zubrzycki, S., Knoblauch, C., Sachs, T., Wille, C. 2016. Process-based modelling of the methane balance in periglacial landscapes with JSBACH. Submited to Geoscientific Model Development.

Knoblauch, C., Spott, O., Evgrafova, S., Kutzbach, L., Pfeiffer, E.-M. 2015. Regulation of methane production, oxidation and emission by vascular plants and bryophytes in ponds of the northeast Siberian polygonal tundra. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 120. 2525–2541.

Kutzbach, L., Overduin, P., Pfeiffer, E.-M., Wetterich, S., Zubrzycki, S. 2015. Terrestrischer und submariner Permafrost in der Arktis. In: Warnsignal Klima: Das Eis der Erde. Hg. Lozán, J.L., Graßl, H., Kasang, D., Notz, D.; Escher-Vetter, H. . Hamburg: Wissenschaftliche Auswertungen. 78-86.

Kutzbach, L., Zubrzycki, S., Knoblauch, C., Fiencke, C., Pfeiffer, E.-M. 2014. Permafrostbeeinflusste Böden (Kryosole) im Klimawandel. In: Warnsignal Klima: Die Polarregionen. Hg. J. L. Lozán, H. Graßl, D. Piepenburg, D. Notz. Hamburg: Wissenschaftliche Auswertungen. 275-284.

Maksimov, G.T., Grigoriev, M.N., Zubrzycki, S., Khodzher, T.V., and Pogodaeva, T.V.: Distribution of organic matter in sub-channel permafrost deposit within the Lena River Delta. Submitted to the ICOP conference.

Overduin, P. P., Liebner, S., Knoblauch, C., Günther, F., Wetterich, S., Schirrmeister, L., Hubberten, H.-W., Grigoriev, M. N. 2015. Methane oxidation following submarine permafrost degradation: Measurements from a central Laptev Sea shelf borehole. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 120. 965–978.

Overduin, P., Wetterich, S., Günther, F., Grigoriev, M.N., Grosse, G., Schirrmeister, L., Hubberten, H.-W., Makarov, A. 2015. Coastal dynamics and submarine permafrost in shallow water of the central Laptev Sea, East Siberia. The Cryosphere Discuss., 9, P. 3741–3775.

Pastukhov, A., Zubrzycki, S., Kaverin, D., and Pfeiffer, E.-M.: Mapping of soil organic carbon storages in the Usa River Basin and Lena River Basin as the most vulnerable arctic areas to permafrost thaw and carbon decompositon. In preparation for SOIL.

Razumov, S.O., Spektor, V.B., and Grigoriev, M.N. 2014. Model of the PostCenozoic Evolution of the Cryolithozone of the Shelf of the Western Part of the Laptev Sea // Oceanology. V. 54. №. 5. P. 637–649.

Schennen, S., Tronicke, J., Wetterich, S., Allroggen, N., Schwamborn, G. Schirrmeister, L. 2016. 3D GPR imaging of Ice Complex deposits in northern East Siberia. Geophysics, 81(1), WA195-WA202.

Schwamborn, G., Wetterich, S. 2015 (eds.). Russian-German Cooperation CARBOPERM: Field campaigns to Bol’shoy Lyakhovsky Island in 2014. In: Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung = Reports on Polar and Marine Research, 686. 1-100.

Teltewskoi, A., Beermann, F., Beil, I., Bobrov, A., de Klerk, P., Lorenz, S., Lüder, A., Michaelis, D., Schirrmeister, L., Joosten, H. 2015. 4000 Years of Changing Wetness in a Permafrost Polygon Peatland (Kytalyk, NE Siberia): A Comparative High-Resolution Multi-Proxy Study // Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 1-20.

Zubrzycki, S., Kutzbach, L., Pfeiffer, E.-M. 2014. Permafrost-affected soils and their carbon pools with a focus on the Russian Arctic. Solid Earth, 5. 595-609.

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Number of scientific papers published between 1989 and 2013 as a result of a search for the keywords „permafrost + carbon“ in Web of Science on 14.01.2014.

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1.         A. Abnizova, J. Siemens, M. Langer, J. Boike, Small ponds with major impact: The relevance of ponds and lakes in permafrost landscapes to carbon dioxide emissions. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26,  (2012); published online EpubJun 26 (10.1029/2011gb004237).

2.         J. Aislabie, J. Ryburn, A. Sarmah, Culturable microbes in shallow groundwater underlying ornithogenic soil of Cape Hallett, Antarctica. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 55, 12-20 (2009); published online EpubJan (10.1139/w08-118).

3.         J. A. Aitkenhead-Peterson, J. E. Alexander, T. A. Clair, Dissolved organic carbon and dissolved organic nitrogen export from forested watersheds in Nova Scotia: Identifying controlling factors. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19,  (2005); published online EpubDec 1 (Gb4016 10.1029/2004gb002438).

4.         C. Alewell, R. Giesler, J. Klaminder, J. Leifeld, M. Rollog, Stable carbon isotopes as indicators for environmental change in palsa peats. Biogeosciences 8, 1769-1778 (2011); published online Epub2011 (10.5194/bg-8-1769-2011).

5.         R. Alkama, B. Decharme, H. Douville, A. Ribes, Trends in Global and Basin-Scale Runoff over the Late Twentieth Century: Methodological Issues and Sources of Uncertainty. Journal of Climate 24, 3000-3014 (2011); published online EpubJun (10.1175/2010jcli3921.1).

6.         S. D. Allison, K. L. McGuire, K. K. Treseder, Resistance of microbial and soil properties to warming treatment seven years after boreal fire. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 42, 1872-1878 (2010); published online EpubOct (10.1016/j.soilbio.2010.07.011).

7.         S. D. Allison, K. K. Treseder, Climate change feedbacks to microbial decomposition in boreal soils. Fungal Ecology 4, 362-374 (2011); published online EpubDec (10.1016/j.funeco.2011.01.003).

8.         J. A. C. Alvarado, T. Paces, R. Purtschert, Dating groundwater in the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin: Understanding tracer variations in the subsurface. Applied Geochemistry 29, 189-198 (2013); published online EpubFeb (10.1016/j.apgeochem.2012.11.014).

9.         S. Q. An, Z. Q. Tian, Y. Cai, T. Wen, D. L. Xu, H. Jiang, Z. G. Yao, B. H. Guan, S. Sheng, Y. Ouyang, X. L. Cheng, Wetlands of Northeast Asia and High Asia: an overview. Aquatic Sciences 75, 63-71 (2013); published online EpubJan (10.1007/s00027-012-0281-4).

10.       L. G. Anderson, G. Bjork, S. Jutterstrom, I. Pipko, N. Shakhova, I. Semiletov, I. Wahlstrom, East Siberian Sea, an Arctic region of very high biogeochemical activity. Biogeosciences 8, 1745-1754 (2011); published online Epub2011 (10.5194/bg-8-1745-2011).

11.       L. G. Anderson, S. Jutterstrom, S. Hjalmarsson, I. Wahlstrom, I. P. Semiletov, Out-gassing of CO 2 from Siberian Shelf seas by terrestrial organic matter decomposition. Geophysical Research Letters 36, L20601 (2009); published online Epub2009 (

12.       R. A. Andersson, P. A. Meyers, Effect of climate change on delivery and degradation of lipid biomarkers in a Holocene peat sequence in the Eastern European Russian Arctic. Organic Geochemistry 53, 63-72 (2012); published online EpubDec (10.1016/j.orggeochem.2012.05.002).

13.       R. A. Andersson, P. Meyers, E. Hornibrook, P. Kuhry, C.-M. Morth, Elemental and isotopic carbon and nitrogen records of organic matter accumulation in a Holocene permafrost peat sequence in the East European Russian Arctic. Journal of Quaternary Science 27,  (2012); published online EpubAug (10.1002/jqs.2541).

14.       O. A. Anisimov, Potential feedback of thawing permafrost to the global climate system through methane emission. Environmental Research Letters 2,  (2007); published online EpubOct-Dec (045016 10.1088/1748-9326/2/4/045016).

15.       O. A. Anisimov, F. E. Nelson, Permafrost zonation and climate change in the northern hemisphere: Results from transient general circulation models. Climatic Change 35, 241-258 (1997); published online EpubFeb (10.1023/a:1005315409698).

16.       O. Anisimov, S. Reneva, Permafrost and changing climate: The Russian perspective. Ambio 35, 169-175 (2006); published online EpubJun (10.1579/0044-7447(2006)35[169:pacctr]2.0.co;2).

17.       K. M. W. Anthony, P. Anthony, Constraining spatial variability of methane ebullition seeps in thermokarst lakes using point process models. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 118, 1015-1034 (2013); published online EpubJul (10.1002/jgrg.20087).

18.       K. M. W. Anthony, P. Anthony, G. Grosse, J. Chanton, Geologic methane seeps along boundaries of Arctic permafrost thaw and melting glaciers. Nature Geoscience 5,  (2012); published online EpubJun (10.1038/ngeo1480).

19.       D. Archer, Methane hydrate stability and anthropogenic climate change. Biogeosciences 4, 521-544 (2007); published online Epub2007 (

20.       D. Archer, V. Brovkin, The millennial atmospheric lifetime of anthropogenic CO(2). Climatic Change 90, 283-297 (2008); published online EpubOct (10.1007/s10584-008-9413-1).

21.       D. S. Arndt, J. Blunden, M. O. Baringer, STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2010. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 92, S17-+ (2011); published online EpubJun (

22.       D. S. Arndt, J. Blunden, K. M. Willett, A. J. Dolman, B. D. Hall, P. W. Thorne, M. C. Gregg, M. L. Newlin, Y. Xue, Z. Hu, A. Kumar, V. Banzon, T. M. Smith, N. A. Rayner, M. O. Jeffries, J. Richter-Menge, J. Overland, U. Bhatt, J. Key, Y. Liu, J. Walsh, M. Wang, R. L. Fogt, T. A. Scambos, A. J. Wovrosh, S. Barreira, A. Sanchez-Lugo, J. A. Renwick, W. M. Thiaw, S. J. Weaver, R. Whitewood, D. Phillips, STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2011 Special Supplement to the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society Vol. 93, No. 7, July 2012 INTRODUCTION. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 93,  (2012); published online EpubJul (

23.       M. M. Arzhanov, P. F. Demchenko, A. V. Eliseev, I. I. Mokhov, Simulation of Characteristics of Thermal and Hydrologic Soil Regimes in Equilibrium Numerical Experiments with a Climate Model of Intermediate Complexity. Izvestiya Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics 44, 548-566 (2008); published online EpubOct (10.1134/s0001433808050022).

24.       S. Audry, O. S. Pokrovsky, L. S. Shirokova, S. N. Kirpotin, B. Dupre, Organic matter mineralization and trace element post-depositional redistribution in Western Siberia thermokarst lake sediments. Biogeosciences 8, 3341-3358 (2011); published online Epub2011 (10.5194/bg-8-3341-2011).

25.       K. Austnes, L. S. Vestgarden, Prolonged frost increases release of C and N from a montane heathland soil in southern Norway. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40, 2540-2546 (2008); published online EpubOct (10.1016/j.soilbio.2008.06.014).

26.       C. A. Avis, A. J. Weaver, K. J. Meissner, Reduction in areal extent of high-latitude wetlands in response to permafrost thaw. Nature Geoscience 4, 444-448 (2011); published online EpubJul (10.1038/ngeo1160).

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27.       K. Backstrand, P. M. Crill, M. Jackowicz-Korczynski, M. Mastepanov, T. R. Christensen, D. Bastviken, Annual carbon gas budget for a subarctic peatland, Northern Sweden. Biogeosciences 7, 95-108 (2010); published online Epub2010 (

28.       K. Backstrand, P. M. Crill, M. Mastepanov, T. R. Christensen, D. Bastviken, Non-methane volatile organic compound flux from a subarctic mire in Northern Sweden. Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology 60, 226-237 (2008); published online EpubApr (10.1111/j.1600-0889.2007.00331.x).

29.       K. Baeckstrand, P. M. Crill, M. Mastepanov, T. R. Christensen, D. Bastviken, Total hydrocarbon flux dynamics at a subarctic mire in northern Sweden. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 113,  (2008); published online EpubAug 26 (G03026 10.1029/2008jg000703).

30.       M. L. Bagard, A. D. Schmitt, F. Chabaux, O. S. Pokrovsky, J. Viers, P. Stille, F. Labolle, A. S. Prokushkin, Biogeochemistry of stable Ca and radiogenic Sr isotopes in a larch-covered permafrost-dominated watershed of Central Siberia. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 114, 169-187 (2013); published online EpubAug (10.1016/j.gca.2013.03.038).

31.       M. L. Bagard, A. D. Schmitt, F. Chabaux, O. S. Pokrovsky, J. Viers, P. Stille, F. Labolle, A. S. Prokushkin, Biogeochemistry of stable Ca and radiogenic Sr isotopes in a larch-covered permafrost-dominated watershed of Central Siberia. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 114, 169-187 (2013); published online EpubAug (10.1016/j.gca.2013.03.038).

32.       M.-L. Bagard, F. Chabaux, O. S. Pokrovsky, J. Viers, A. S. Prokushkin, P. Stille, S. Rihs, A.-D. Schmitt, B. Dupre, Seasonal variability of element fluxes in two Central Siberian rivers draining high latitude permafrost dominated areas. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 75, 3335-3357 (2011); published online EpubJun 15 (10.1016/j.gca.2011.03.024).

33.       F. Bajerski, L. Ganzert, K. Mangelsdorf, L. Padur, A. Lipski, D. Wagner, Chryseobacterium frigidisoli sp nov., a psychrotolerant species of the family Flavobacteriaceae isolated from sandy permafrost from a glacier forefield. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 63, 2666-2671 (2013); published online EpubJul (10.1099/ijs.0.046904-0).

34.       K. L. Balcarczyk, J. B. Jones, Jr., R. Jaffe, N. Maie, Stream dissolved organic matter bioavailability and composition in watersheds underlain with discontinuous permafrost. Biogeochemistry 94, 255-270 (2009); published online EpubJul (10.1007/s10533-009-9324-x).

35.       S. Banerjee, B. C. Si, S. D. Siciliano, Evidence of High Microbial Abundance and Spatial Dependency in Three Arctic Soil Ecosystems. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75, 2227-2232 (2011); published online EpubNov (10.2136/sssaj2011.0098).

36.       S. Banerjee, S. D. Siciliano, Factors Driving Potential Ammonia Oxidation in Canadian Arctic Ecosystems: Does Spatial Scale Matter? Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78,  (2012); published online EpubJan (10.1128/aem.06132-11).

37.       J. H. Barr, THE LATE UPPER PALEOLITHIC STATION OF MOOSBUEHL A GEOLOGICAL STUDY AND DATING OF THE MAGDALENIAN OCCUPATION. Mitteilungen der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Bern 32, 1-14 (1975); published online Epub1975 (

38.       K. Barrett, A. D. McGuire, E. E. Hoy, E. S. Kasischke, Potential shifts in dominant forest cover in interior Alaska driven by variations in fire severity. Ecological Applications 21, 2380-2396 (2011); published online EpubOct (

39.       A. Bartsch, R. A. Kidd, C. Pathe, K. Scipal, W. Wagner, Satellite radar imagery for monitoring inland wetlands in boreal and sub-arctic environments. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 17, 305-317 (2007); published online EpubMay (10.1002/aqc.836).

40.       A. Bartsch, C. Pathe, K. Scipal, W. Wagner, Detection of permanent open water surfaces in central Siberia with ENVISAT ASAR wide swath data with special emphasis on the estimation of methane fluxes from tundra wetlands. Hydrology Research 39, 89-100 (2008); published online Epub2008 (10.2166/nh.2008.041).

41.       I. E. Bauer, D. H. Vitt, Peatland dynamics in a complex landscape: Development of a fen-bog complex in the Sporadic Discontinuous Permafrost zone of northern Alberta, Canada. Boreas 40, 714-726 (2011); published online EpubOct (10.1111/j.1502-3885.2011.00210.x).

42.       F. Baumann, J.-S. He, K. Schmidt, P. Kuehn, T. Scholten, Pedogenesis, permafrost, and soil moisture as controlling factors for soil nitrogen and carbon contents across the Tibetan Plateau. Global Change Biology 15, 3001-3017 (2009); published online EpubDec (10.1111/j.1365-2486.2009.01953.x).

43.       V. Beaulieu-Audy, M. Garneau, P. J. H. Richard, H. Asnong, Holocene palaeoecological reconstruction of three boreal peatlands in the La Grande Riviere region, Quebec, Canada. Holocene 19, 459-476 (2009); published online EpubMay (10.1177/0959683608101395).

44.       M. Becher, C. Olid, J. Klaminder, Buried soil organic inclusions in non-sorted circles fields in northern Sweden: Age and Paleoclimatic context. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 118, 104-111 (2013); published online EpubMar (10.1002/jgrg.20016).

45.       C. Beer, W. Lucht, D. Gerten, K. Thonicke, C. Schmullius, Effects of soil freezing and thawing on vegetation carbon density in Siberia: A modeling analysis with the Lund-Potsdam-Jena Dynamic Global Vegetation Model (LPJ-DGVM). Global Biogeochemical Cycles 21,  (2007); published online EpubFeb 20 (Gb1012 10.1029/2006gb002760).

46.       C. Beer, W. Lucht, C. Schmullius, A. Shvidenko, Small net carbon dioxide uptake by Russian forests during 1981-1999. Geophysical Research Letters 33,  (2006); published online EpubAug 4 (L15403 10.1029/2006gl026919).

47.       L. M. Bellisario, T. R. Moore, J. L. Bubier, Net ecosystem CO2 exchange in a boreal peatland, northern Manitoba. Ecoscience 5, 534-541 (1998); published online Epub1998 (

48.       E. F. Belshe, E. A. G. Schuur, B. M. Bolker, Tundra ecosystems observed to be CO2 sources due to differential amplification of the carbon cycle. Ecology Letters 16, 1307-1315 (2013); published online EpubOct (10.1111/ele.12164).

49.       E. F. Belshe, E. A. G. Schuur, B. M. Bolker, R. Bracho, Incorporating spatial heterogeneity created by permafrost thaw into a landscape carbon estimate. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 117,  (2012); published online EpubMar 2 (10.1029/2011jg001836).

50.       H. Beltrami, A. M. Jessop, J. C. Mareschal, GROUND TEMPERATURE HISTORIES IN EASTERN AND CENTRAL CANADA FROM GEOTHERMAL MEASUREMENTS - EVIDENCE OF CLIMATIC-CHANGE. Global and Planetary Change 98, 167-184 (1992); published online EpubDec (

51.       G. A. Benoy, K. Cash, L. Levesque, E. McCauley, F. Wrona, Antecedent snow conditions affect water levels and plant biomass of a fen in the southern boreal forest: results from an experiment using mesocosms. Boreal Environment Research 12, 501-513 (2007); published online EpubAug 27 (

52.       B. W. Benscoter, D. K. Thompson, J. M. Waddington, M. D. Flannigan, B. M. Wotton, W. J. de Groot, M. R. Turetsky, Interactive effects of vegetation, soil moisture and bulk density on depth of burning of thick organic soils. International Journal of Wildland Fire 20, 418-429 (2011); published online Epub2011 (10.1071/wf08183).

53.       P. W. Bergholz, M. F. Thomashow, J. M. Tiedje, Subzero growth induced gene expression by Psychrobacter arcticus 273-4. Astrobiology 6, 176 (2006); published online EpubFeb (

54.       E. F. Betts, J. B. Jones, Jr., Impact of Wildfire on Stream Nutrient Chemistry and Ecosystem Metabolism in Boreal Forest Catchments of Interior Alaska. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 41, 407-417 (2009); published online EpubNov (10.1657/1938-4246-41.4.407).

55.       L. Beyer, M. Bolter, Chemical and biological properties, formation, occurrence and classification of Spodic Cryosols in a terrestrial ecosystem of East Antarctica (Wilkes Land). Catena 39, 95-119 (2000); published online EpubMar (10.1016/s0341-8162(99)00089-2).

56.       L. Beyer, M. Bolter, R. D. Seppelt, Nutrient and thermal regime, microbial biomass, and vegetation of antarctic soils in the Windmill Islands region of East Antarctica (Wilkes Land). Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 32, 30-39 (2000); published online EpubFeb (10.2307/1552407).

57.       L. Beyer, K. Pingpank, M. Bolter, R. D. Seppelt, Small-distance variation of carbon and nitrogen storage in mineral Antarctic Cryosols near Casey Station (Wilkes Land). Zeitschrift Fur Pflanzenernahrung Und Bodenkunde 161, 211-220 (1998); published online EpubJun (

58.       A. A. Beylich, S. F. Lamoureux, A. Decaulne, Sediment Budgets in Cold Environments-The SEDIBUD Program. Introduction. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 41, 1-2 (2009); published online EpubFeb (10.1657/1938-4246(intro)[beylich]2.0.co;2).

59.       J. S. Bhatti, I. E. Bauer, Comparing loss-on-ignition with dry combustion as a method for determining carbon content in upland and lowland forest ecosystems. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 33, 3419-3430 (2002); published online Epub2002 (10.1081/css-120014535).

60.       A. K. Bhaumik, A. K. Gupta, Evidence of methane release from Blake Ridge ODP Hole 997A during the Plio-Pleistocene: Benthic foraminifer fauna and total organic carbon. Current Science 92, 192-199 (2007); published online EpubJan 25 (

61.       Z. Biesinger, E. B. Rastetter, B. L. Kwiatkowski, Hourly and daily models of active layer evolution in arctic soils. Ecological Modelling 206, 131-146 (2007); published online EpubAug 10 (10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2007.03.030).

62.       W. D. Billings, K. M. Peterson, G. R. Shaver, A. W. Trent, ROOT-GROWTH, RESPIRATION, AND CARBON-DIOXIDE EVOLUTION IN AN ARCTIC TUNDRA SOIL. Arctic and Alpine Research 9, 129-137 (1977); published online Epub1977 (10.2307/1550575).

63.       B. K. Biskaborn, U. Herzschuh, D. Y. Bolshiyanov, G. Schwamborn, B. Diekmann, Thermokarst Processes and Depositional Events in a Tundra Lake, Northeastern Siberia. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 24, 160-174 (2013); published online EpubJul (10.1002/ppp.1769).

64.       P. C. Blaser, M. Coetsiers, W. Aeschbach-Hertig, R. Kipfer, M. Van Camp, H. H. Loosli, K. Walraevens, A new groundwater radiocarbon correction approach accounting for palaeoclimate conditions during recharge and hydrochemical evolution: The Ledo-Paniselian Aquifer, Belgium. Applied Geochemistry 25, 437-455 (2010); published online EpubMar (10.1016/j.apgeochem.2009.12.011).

65.       C. Blodau, R. Rees, H. Flessa, A. Rodionov, G. Guggenberger, K.-H. Knorr, O. Shibistova, G. Zrazhevskaya, N. Mikheeva, O. A. Kasansky, A snapshot of CO(2) and CH(4) evolution in a thermokarst pond near Igarka, northern Siberia. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 113,  (2008); published online EpubAug 19 (G03023 10.1029/2007jg000652).

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