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PerCon SFA Project Publication Linked Data Catalog (uploads pending) The Persistence Control of Engineered Functions in Complex Soil Microbiomes Project (PerCon SFA), at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is a Genomic Sciences Program, Biosystems Design, Research Science Focus Area project...

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Coastal landscapes are increasingly exposed to seawater due to sea level rise and extreme weather events. The biogeochemical responses of these vulnerable ecosystems are poorly understood, limiting our ability to predict how their role in global biogeochemical cycles will shift under future...
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Some of the most rapid environmental changes on the planet are experienced in high-latitude regions. These changes affect all Earth system components, including the ocean, atmosphere, cryosphere, and marine and terrestrial ecosystems, and have both regional and global implications. The main...
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The long-term goals of this scientific focus area (SFA) are to develop flexible and extensible modeling capabilities that capture the dynamic multiscale interactions among climate, energy, water, land, socioeconomics, critical infrastructure, and other sectors and to use these capabilities to study...
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Accurate characterization of the global downward shortwave (SW) and photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) is fundamental for Earth system modeling and global change research. Combined with a machine-learning method, we used the Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) data onboard the Deep...
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The objective of Terrestrial-Aquatic Interface (TAI) research in PREMIS is to understand the factors governing C and nutrient movement and transformation through the TAI, and their sensitivities to inundation and salinity within coastal watersheds.
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The Predicting Ecosystem Resilience through Multiscale Integrative Science (PREMIS) database was generated to mechanistically understand how feedbacks across scales, from molecular to plant to plant populations and communities to ecosystems, govern the resilience of system functions to elevated CO2...
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The Phenotypic Response of the Soil Microbiome to Environmental Perturbations Project (Soil Microbiome SFA) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is a Genomic Sciences Program Science Focus Area (SFA) Project operating under the Environmental Microbiome Science Research Area. The Soil Microbiome...

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The influence of tidal inundation dynamics on below ground carbon pools is poorly understood across coastal terrestrial-aquatic interface (TAI) ecosystems. The dynamic environmental conditions of tidally-influenced landscapes, the chemically complex nature of carbon compounds, the diverse nature of...

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