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Miller-C-02 Project Profile
Project Title:Permafrost Vulnerability in a Seasonally Sea Ice-free Arctic
Project Lead: Charles (Chip) Miller, NASA JPL
Project Funding: 2014 - 2017
NASA (agency representative: Jared Entin)
Project Type:NASA -- joined ABoVE in 2015
Solicitation:NASA: Interdisciplinary Research in Earth Science (2012)
Abstract: We will investigate the response of permafrost to the unprecedented loss of Arctic sea ice since 2005, coupling NASA’s unique satellite and airborne sensor data with state-of-the-art models to (1) Quantify the 2005-2015 changes in permafrost, carbon fluxes, and energy balance in the Arctic as it transitions into a seasonally sea ice-free state; (2) ... [more]
ABoVE Science Questions
  • Permafrost
  • Carbon Pools
ABoVE Disciplinary Theme
  • Carbon Dynamics
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Product Title:  Quantify the 2005-2015 changes in permafrost, carbon fluxes, and energy balance in the Alaskan Arctic as it transitions into a seasonally sea ice-free state
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2015 NASA Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems Joint Science Workshop Poster(s)
  • Observations and Simulations of the Alaskan CO2 Cycle   --   (Nick Parazoo, Charles Miller, John R. Worden, Colm Sweeney, Anna Karion, Christian Frankenberg, Kevin W Bowman, Charlie D Koven, Eugenie Euskirchen, Sander Veraverbeke)   [abstract]

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