Dr. George Tanski
Dr. George Tanski
Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei awi.de
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Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in Arctic ground ice
M Fritz, T Opel, G Tanski, U Herzschuh, H Meyer, A Eulenburg, H Lantuit
The Cryosphere 9 (2), 737-752, 2015
Transformation of terrestrial organic matter along thermokarst-affected permafrost coasts in the Arctic
G Tanski, H Lantuit, S Ruttor, C Knoblauch, B Radosavljevic, J Strauss, ...
Science of the Total Environment 581, 434-447, 2017
Eroding permafrost coasts release low amounts of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) from ground ice into the nearshore zone of the Arctic Ocean
G Tanski, N Couture, H Lantuit, A Eulenburg, M Fritz
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 30 (7), 1054-1068, 2016
Rapid CO2 Release From Eroding Permafrost in Seawater
G Tanski, D Wagner, C Knoblauch, M Fritz, T Sachs, H Lantuit
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (20), 11244-11252, 2019
Rapid retreat of permafrost coastline observed with aerial drone photogrammetry
AM Cunliffe, G Tanski, B Radosavljevic, WF Palmer, T Sachs, H Lantuit, ...
The Cryosphere 13 (5), 1513-1528, 2019
“Frozen-Ground Cartoons”: Permafrost comics as an innovative tool for polar outreach, education, and engagement
F Bouchard, J Sansoulet, M Fritz, J Malenfant-Lepage, A Nieuwendam, ...
Polar Record 54 (5-6), 366-372, 2018
The Permafrost Young Researchers Network (PYRN) is getting older–the past, present, and future of our evolving community
G Tanski, H Bergstedt, A Bevington, P Bonnaventure, F Bouchard, C Coch, ...
Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2019
Release of dissolved organic carbon from coastal erosion into the southern Canadian Beaufort Sea
G Tanski
Freie Universität Berlin/Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar …, 2013
The SPLASH Action Group–Towards standardized sampling strategies in permafrost science
F Bouchard, Y Agnan, L Bröder, J Fouché, C Hirst, Y Sjöberg, M Alexis, ...
Advances in Polar Science 31 (3), 153-155, 2020
Nearshore zone dynamics determine pathway of organic carbon from eroding permafrost coasts
D Jong, L Bröder, G Tanski, M Fritz, H Lantuit, T Tesi, N Haghipour, ...
Geophysical research letters 47 (15), e2020GL088561, 2020
Greenhouse gas production and lipid biomarker distribution in Yedoma and Alas thermokarst lake sediments in Eastern Siberia
LL Jongejans, S Liebner, C Knoblauch, K Mangelsdorf, M Ulrich, ...
Global Change Biology, 2021
Millennial-scale analysis of land> 23˚ N as a carbon source and sink since the Last Glacial Maximum
A Lindgren, P Kuhry, M Holloway, Z Lu, G Tanski, G Hugelius
Impetuous CO2 release from eroding permafrost coasts
G Tanski, D Wagner, M Fritz, T Sachs, H Lantuit
PYRN Report
G Tanski, M Fritz, E Högström, A Nieuwendam, J Lenz
Frozen Ground: News Bulletin of the International Permafrost Association 38, 2014
Taxonomic and functional analyses of intact microbial communities thriving in extreme, astrobiology-relevant, anoxic sites
AK Bashir, L Wink, S Duller, P Schwendner, C Cockell, P Rettberg, ...
Microbiome 9 (1), 1-16, 2021
Permafrost carbon and CO2 pathways differ at contrasting coastal erosion sites in the Canadian Arctic
G Tanski, L Bröder, D Wagner, C Knoblauch, H Lantuit, C Beer, T Sachs, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 9, 207, 2021
Permafrost-derived dissolved organic matter character controls microbial community composition in Arctic coastal waters
AD Bruhn, CA Stedmon, J Comte, A Matsuoka, NJ Speetjens, G Tanski, ...
EGU21, 2021
Understanding how microbes thrive in extreme space-like environments
AK Bashir, L Wink, S Duller, P Schwendner, C Cockell, P Rettberg, ...
Terrestrial dissolved organic matter mobilized from eroding permafrost controls microbial community composition and growth in Arctic coastal waters
AD Bruhn, CA Stedmon, J Comte, A Matsuoka, NJ Speetjens, G Tanski, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 9, 165, 2021
Subjecting permafrost microorganisms to short-term warming
V Martin, J Wagner, N Speetjens, R Lodi, C Urbina Malo, J Horak, ...
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