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    Niek Jesse Speetjens; George Tanski; Victoria Martin; Julia Wagner; Andreas Richter; Gustaf Hugelius; Chris Boucher; Rachele Lodi; Christian Knoblauch; Boris P. Koch; +3 more
    Countries: Netherlands, Denmark, Netherlands, Germany
    Project: EC | Nunataryuk (773421)

    Ongoing climate warming in the western Canadian Arctic is leading to thawing of permafrost soils and subsequent mobilization of its organic matter pool. Part of this mobilized terrestrial organic matter enters the aquatic system as dissolved organic matter (DOM) and is ...

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    Bruggmann, S.; Gilleaudeau, G. J.; Romaniello, S. J.; Severmann, S.; Canfield, D. E.; Anbar, A. D.; Scholz, F.; Frei, R.;
    Publisher: Elsevier
    Countries: Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark
    Project: EC | BASE-LiNE Earth (643084)

    Uranium isotopes (δ238U values) in ancient sedimentary rocks (shales, carbonate rocks) are widely used as a tool to reconstruct paleo-redox conditions, but the behaviour of U isotopes under modern non-sulfidic anoxic vs. oxic conditions remains poorly constrained. We pr...

  • Publication . Article . 2021
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    U. Rashid Sumaila; Daniel J. Skerritt; Anna Schuhbauer; Sebastián Villasante; Andrés M. Cisneros-Montemayor; Hussain Sinan; Duncan Burnside; Patrízia Raggi Abdallah; Keita Abe; Kwasi Appeaning Addo; +186 more
    Publisher: American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
    Countries: Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Denmark

    Sustainably managed wild fisheries support food and nutritional security, livelihoods, and cultures (1). Harmful fisheries subsidies—government payments that incentivize overcapacity and lead to overfishing—undermine these benefits yet are increasing globally (2). World...

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    F. Lhardy; Nathaelle Bouttes; Didier M. Roche; Ayako Abe-Ouchi; Zanna Chase; Katherine Crichton; Tatiana Ilyina; Ruza F. Ivanovic; Markus Jochum; Masa Kageyama; +8 more
    Countries: United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, Netherlands, France, France, Denmark

    Model intercomparison studies of coupled carbon-climate simulations have the potential to improve our understanding of the processes explaining the (Formula presented.) drawdown at the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) and to identify related model biases. Models participating...

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    Pablo Pita; Pablo Pita; Gillian B. Ainsworth; Gillian B. Ainsworth; Bernardino Alba; Antônio B. Anderson; Manel Antelo; Manel Antelo; Josep Alós; Iñaki Artetxe; +58 more
    Countries: Netherlands, France, Norway, Denmark, Spain, Spain

    This work was funded by the Xunta de Galicia (RECREGES II project under Grant ED481B2018/017, and Grupo de Referencia Competitiva GI-2060 AEMI, under Grant ED431C2019/11). PP acknowledges economic support of the project Grupo de Trabajo Sobre Pesca Marítima Recreativa e...

  • Publication . Article . Preprint . Other literature type . 2021
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    Mark R. Payne; Manja Kudahl; Georg H. Engelhard; Myron A. Peck; John K. Pinnegar;
    Publisher: National Academy of Sciences
    Countries: Denmark, Netherlands
    Project: EC | CERES (678193)

    AbstractWith the majority of the global human population living in coastal regions, correctly characterising the climate risk that ocean-dependent communities and businesses are exposed to is key to prioritising the finite resources available to support adaptation. We a...

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    Anna-Maria Virkkala; Juha Aalto; Brendan M. Rogers; Torbern Tagesson; Claire C. Treat; Susan M. Natali; Jennifer D. Watts; S. Potter; Aleksi Lehtonen; Marguerite Mauritz; +39 more
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Countries: Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Netherlands, Denmark, France, Germany, Finland, Finland, France
    Project: AKA | Methane uptake by permafr... (332196), EC | FluxWIN (851181), NSERC , AKA | Towards constraining the ... (314630), AKA | Novel soil management pra... (312912), AKA | Atmosphere and Climate Co... (337549), EC | INTAROS (727890), AKA | Geomorphic sensitivity of... (286950), AKA | When ancient meets modern... (317054), AKA | Biogeochemical and biophy... (325680)

    The regional variability in tundra and boreal carbon dioxide (CO2) fluxes can be high, complicating efforts to quantify sink-source patterns across the entire region. Statistical models are increasingly used to predict (i.e., upscale) CO2 fluxes across large spatial dom...

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    Matthew McLean; David Mouillot; Aurore Maureaud; Tarek Hattab; M. Aaron MacNeil; Eric Goberville; Martin Lindegren; Georg H. Engelhard; Malin L. Pinsky; Arnaud Auber;
    Publisher: Elsevier
    Country: France
    Project: EC | MISSION ATLANTIC (862428), EC | FutureMARES (869300)

    As climate change accelerates, species are shifting poleward and subtropical and tropical species are colonizing temperate environments.1-3 A popular approach for characterizing such responses is the community temperature index (CTI), which tracks the mean thermal affin...

  • Publication . Article . Other literature type . 2021
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    Tammy E. Davies; Ana P. B. Carneiro; Marguerite Tarzia; Ewan D. Wakefield; Janos C. Hennicke; Morten Frederiksen; Erpur Snær Hansen; Bruna Campos; Carolina Hazin; Ben Lascelles; +69 more
    Publisher: Wiley Open Access
    Countries: France, Portugal, Norway, United Kingdom, France

    The conservation of migratory marine species, including pelagic seabirds, is challenging because their movements span vast distances frequently beyond national jurisdictions. Here, we aim to identify important aggregations of seabirds in the North Atlantic to inform ong...

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    D. Segato; D. Segato; M. D. C. Villoslada Hidalgo; M. D. C. Villoslada Hidalgo; M. D. C. Villoslada Hidalgo; R. Edwards; E. Barbaro; E. Barbaro; P. Vallelonga; P. Vallelonga; +16 more
    Countries: Italy, Denmark
    Project: EC | ICE2ICE (610055), EC | EARLYHUMANIMPACT (267696), EC | ERA-PLANET (689443)

    Abstract. Biomass burning influences global atmospheric chemistry by releasing greenhouse gases and climate-forcing aerosols. There is controversy about the magnitude and timing of Holocene changes in biomass burning emissions from millennial to centennial timescales an...