Substantial hysteresis in emergent temperature sensitivity of global wetland CH4 emissions

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Substantial hysteresis in emergent temperature sensitivity of global wetland CH4 emissions. / Chang, Kuang Yu; Riley, William J.; Knox, Sara H.; Jackson, Robert B.; McNicol, Gavin; Poulter, Benjamin; Aurela, Mika; Baldocchi, Dennis; Bansal, Sheel; Bohrer, Gil; Campbell, David I.; Cescatti, Alessandro; Chu, Housen; Delwiche, Kyle B.; Desai, Ankur R.; Euskirchen, Eugenie; Friborg, Thomas; Goeckede, Mathias; Helbig, Manuel; Hemes, Kyle S.; Hirano, Takashi; Iwata, Hiroki; Kang, Minseok; Keenan, Trevor; Krauss, Ken W.; Lohila, Annalea; Mammarella, Ivan; Mitra, Bhaskar; Miyata, Akira; Nilsson, Mats B.; Noormets, Asko; Oechel, Walter C.; Papale, Dario; Peichl, Matthias; Reba, Michele L.; Rinne, Janne; Runkle, Benjamin R.K.; Ryu, Youngryel; Sachs, Torsten; Schäfer, Karina V.R.; Schmid, Hans Peter; Shurpali, Narasinha; Sonnentag, Oliver; Tang, Angela C.I.; Torn, Margaret S.; Trotta, Carlo; Tuittila, Eeva Stiina; Ueyama, Masahito; Vargas, Rodrigo; Vesala, Timo; Windham-Myers, Lisamarie; Zhang, Zhen; Zona, Donatella.

In: Nature Communications, Vol. 12, No. 1, 15.04.2021, p. 2266.

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Chang, KY, Riley, WJ, Knox, SH, Jackson, RB, McNicol, G, Poulter, B, Aurela, M, Baldocchi, D, Bansal, S, Bohrer, G, Campbell, DI, Cescatti, A, Chu, H, Delwiche, KB, Desai, AR, Euskirchen, E, Friborg, T, Goeckede, M, Helbig, M, Hemes, KS, Hirano, T, Iwata, H, Kang, M, Keenan, T, Krauss, KW, Lohila, A, Mammarella, I, Mitra, B, Miyata, A, Nilsson, MB, Noormets, A, Oechel, WC, Papale, D, Peichl, M, Reba, ML, Rinne, J, Runkle, BRK, Ryu, Y, Sachs, T, Schäfer, KVR, Schmid, HP, Shurpali, N, Sonnentag, O, Tang, ACI, Torn, MS, Trotta, C, Tuittila, ES, Ueyama, M, Vargas, R, Vesala, T, Windham-Myers, L, Zhang, Z & Zona, D 2021, 'Substantial hysteresis in emergent temperature sensitivity of global wetland CH4 emissions', Nature Communications, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 2266. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-22452-1

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Chang, K. Y., Riley, W. J., Knox, S. H., Jackson, R. B., McNicol, G., Poulter, B., Aurela, M., Baldocchi, D., Bansal, S., Bohrer, G., Campbell, D. I., Cescatti, A., Chu, H., Delwiche, K. B., Desai, A. R., Euskirchen, E., Friborg, T., Goeckede, M., Helbig, M., ... Zona, D. (2021). Substantial hysteresis in emergent temperature sensitivity of global wetland CH4 emissions. Nature Communications, 12(1), 2266. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-22452-1

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Chang KY, Riley WJ, Knox SH, Jackson RB, McNicol G, Poulter B, Aurela M, Baldocchi D, Bansal S, Bohrer G, Campbell DI, Cescatti A, Chu H, Delwiche KB, Desai AR, Euskirchen E, Friborg T, Goeckede M, Helbig M, Hemes KS, Hirano T, Iwata H, Kang M, Keenan T, Krauss KW, Lohila A, Mammarella I, Mitra B, Miyata A, Nilsson MB, Noormets A, Oechel WC, Papale D, Peichl M, Reba ML, Rinne J, Runkle BRK, Ryu Y, Sachs T, Schäfer KVR, Schmid HP, Shurpali N, Sonnentag O, Tang ACI, Torn MS, Trotta C, Tuittila ES, Ueyama M, Vargas R, Vesala T, Windham-Myers L, Zhang Z, Zona D. 2021. Substantial hysteresis in emergent temperature sensitivity of global wetland CH4 emissions. Nature Communications. 12(1):2266. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-021-22452-1

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Chang, Kuang Yu ; Riley, William J. ; Knox, Sara H. ; Jackson, Robert B. ; McNicol, Gavin ; Poulter, Benjamin ; Aurela, Mika ; Baldocchi, Dennis ; Bansal, Sheel ; Bohrer, Gil ; Campbell, David I. ; Cescatti, Alessandro ; Chu, Housen ; Delwiche, Kyle B. ; Desai, Ankur R. ; Euskirchen, Eugenie ; Friborg, Thomas ; Goeckede, Mathias ; Helbig, Manuel ; Hemes, Kyle S. ; Hirano, Takashi ; Iwata, Hiroki ; Kang, Minseok ; Keenan, Trevor ; Krauss, Ken W. ; Lohila, Annalea ; Mammarella, Ivan ; Mitra, Bhaskar ; Miyata, Akira ; Nilsson, Mats B. ; Noormets, Asko ; Oechel, Walter C. ; Papale, Dario ; Peichl, Matthias ; Reba, Michele L. ; Rinne, Janne ; Runkle, Benjamin R.K. ; Ryu, Youngryel ; Sachs, Torsten ; Schäfer, Karina V.R. ; Schmid, Hans Peter ; Shurpali, Narasinha ; Sonnentag, Oliver ; Tang, Angela C.I. ; Torn, Margaret S. ; Trotta, Carlo ; Tuittila, Eeva Stiina ; Ueyama, Masahito ; Vargas, Rodrigo ; Vesala, Timo ; Windham-Myers, Lisamarie ; Zhang, Zhen ; Zona, Donatella. / Substantial hysteresis in emergent temperature sensitivity of global wetland CH4 emissions. In: Nature Communications. 2021 ; Vol. 12, No. 1. pp. 2266.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Substantial hysteresis in emergent temperature sensitivity of global wetland CH4 emissions

AU - Chang, Kuang Yu

AU - Riley, William J.

AU - Knox, Sara H.

AU - Jackson, Robert B.

AU - McNicol, Gavin

AU - Poulter, Benjamin

AU - Aurela, Mika

AU - Baldocchi, Dennis

AU - Bansal, Sheel

AU - Bohrer, Gil

AU - Campbell, David I.

AU - Cescatti, Alessandro

AU - Chu, Housen

AU - Delwiche, Kyle B.

AU - Desai, Ankur R.

AU - Euskirchen, Eugenie

AU - Friborg, Thomas

AU - Goeckede, Mathias

AU - Helbig, Manuel

AU - Hemes, Kyle S.

AU - Hirano, Takashi

AU - Iwata, Hiroki

AU - Kang, Minseok

AU - Keenan, Trevor

AU - Krauss, Ken W.

AU - Lohila, Annalea

AU - Mammarella, Ivan

AU - Mitra, Bhaskar

AU - Miyata, Akira

AU - Nilsson, Mats B.

AU - Noormets, Asko

AU - Oechel, Walter C.

AU - Papale, Dario

AU - Peichl, Matthias

AU - Reba, Michele L.

AU - Rinne, Janne

AU - Runkle, Benjamin R.K.

AU - Ryu, Youngryel

AU - Sachs, Torsten

AU - Schäfer, Karina V.R.

AU - Schmid, Hans Peter

AU - Shurpali, Narasinha

AU - Sonnentag, Oliver

AU - Tang, Angela C.I.

AU - Torn, Margaret S.

AU - Trotta, Carlo

AU - Tuittila, Eeva Stiina

AU - Ueyama, Masahito

AU - Vargas, Rodrigo

AU - Vesala, Timo

AU - Windham-Myers, Lisamarie

AU - Zhang, Zhen

AU - Zona, Donatella

PY - 2021/4/15

Y1 - 2021/4/15

N2 - Wetland methane (CH4) emissions ([Formula: see text]) are important in global carbon budgets and climate change assessments. Currently, [Formula: see text] projections rely on prescribed static temperature sensitivity that varies among biogeochemical models. Meta-analyses have proposed a consistent [Formula: see text] temperature dependence across spatial scales for use in models; however, site-level studies demonstrate that [Formula: see text] are often controlled by factors beyond temperature. Here, we evaluate the relationship between [Formula: see text] and temperature using observations from the FLUXNET-CH4 database. Measurements collected across the globe show substantial seasonal hysteresis between [Formula: see text] and temperature, suggesting larger [Formula: see text] sensitivity to temperature later in the frost-free season (about 77% of site-years). Results derived from a machine-learning model and several regression models highlight the importance of representing the large spatial and temporal variability within site-years and ecosystem types. Mechanistic advancements in biogeochemical model parameterization and detailed measurements in factors modulating CH4 production are thus needed to improve global CH4 budget assessments.

AB - Wetland methane (CH4) emissions ([Formula: see text]) are important in global carbon budgets and climate change assessments. Currently, [Formula: see text] projections rely on prescribed static temperature sensitivity that varies among biogeochemical models. Meta-analyses have proposed a consistent [Formula: see text] temperature dependence across spatial scales for use in models; however, site-level studies demonstrate that [Formula: see text] are often controlled by factors beyond temperature. Here, we evaluate the relationship between [Formula: see text] and temperature using observations from the FLUXNET-CH4 database. Measurements collected across the globe show substantial seasonal hysteresis between [Formula: see text] and temperature, suggesting larger [Formula: see text] sensitivity to temperature later in the frost-free season (about 77% of site-years). Results derived from a machine-learning model and several regression models highlight the importance of representing the large spatial and temporal variability within site-years and ecosystem types. Mechanistic advancements in biogeochemical model parameterization and detailed measurements in factors modulating CH4 production are thus needed to improve global CH4 budget assessments.

U2 - 10.1038/s41467-021-22452-1

DO - 10.1038/s41467-021-22452-1

M3 - Article

C2 - 33859182

AN - SCOPUS:85104390097

VL - 12

SP - 2266

JO - Nature Communications

JF - Nature Communications

SN - 2041-1723

IS - 1

ER -