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The Zimov Hypothesis

Denis Sneguirev and Khadidja Benouataf

The Plan to Revive the Mammoth Steppe to Fight Climate Change

Atlas Pro

Pleistocene Park: Born to rewild

Science Magazine


Grant Slater

Siberia: The Melting Permafrost


Siberia’s Pleistocene Park

60 Minutes

Scholarly Articles

Large Herbivores Affecting Permafrost - Impacts of Grazing on Permafrost Soil Carbon Storage in Northeastern Siberia
Torben Windirsch, Guido Grosse, Mathias Ulrich, Bruce C. Forbes, Mathias Göckede, Juliane Wolter, Marc Macias-Fauria, Johan Olofsson, Nikita Zimov, and Jens Strauss
Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research
One Russian scientist hopes to slow the thawing of the Arctic
The Economist Group Limited
The Economist
Simulating interactions between topography, permafrost, and vegetation in Siberian larch forest
Hisashi Sato, Hideki Kobayashi, Christian Beer, Alexander Fedorov
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology
Protection of Permafrost Soils from Thawing by Increasing Herbivore Density
Christian Beer, Nikita Zimov, Johan Olofsson, Philipp porada und Sergey Zimov
Universität Hamburg
Pleistocene Arctic megafaunal ecological engineering as a natural climate solution?
Marc Macias-Fauria, Paul Jepson, Nikita Zimov und Yadvinder Malhi
University of Oxfrod
Accurate measurements of atmospheric carbon dioxide and methane mole fractions at the Siberian coastal site Ambarchik
Friedemann Reum, Mathias Göckede, Jost V. Lavriz, Olaf Kolle, Sergey Zimov, Nikita Zimov, Martijn Pallandt und Martin Heimann
Max Planck Institut für Biogeochemie
Negative feedback processes following drainage slow down permafrost degradation
Mathias Göckede, Min Jung Kwon, Fanny Kittler, Martin Heimann, Nikita Zimov und Sergey Zimov
Max Planck Institut für Biogeochemie
Year-round simulated methane emissions from a permafrost ecosystem in Northeast Siberia
Karel Castro-Morales, Thomas Kleinen, Sonja Kaiser, Sönke Zaehle, Fanny Kittler, Min Jung Kwon, Christian Beer, and Mathias Göckede
Max Planck Institut für Biogeochemie
Shifted energy fluxes, increased Bowen ratios, and reduced thaw depths linked with drainage-induced changes in permafrost ecosystem structure
Mathias Göckede, Fanny Kittler, Min Jung Kwon, Ina Burjack, Martin Heimann, Olaf Kolle, Nikita Zimov und Sergey Zimov
Max Planck Institut für Biogeochemie
Role of Megafauna and Frozen Soil in the Atmospheric CH4 Dynamics
Sergey Zimov und Nikita Zimov
Russian Academy of Sciences
Mammoth steppe: a high-productivity phenomenon
S.A. Zimov, N.S. Zimov , A.N. Tikhonov , F.S. Chapin III
Russian Academy of Sciences
Carbon storage in permafrost and soils of the mammoth tundra-steppe biome: Role in the global carbon budget
N. S. Zimov, S. A. Zimov, A. E. Zimova, G. M. Zimova, V. I. Chuprynin und F. S. Chapin III
Russian Academy of Sciences
Thermokarst Lakes as a Source of Atmospheric CH4 During the Last Deglaciation
K. M. Walter, M. E. Edwards
University of Southampton
Pleistocene Park: Return of the Mammoth's Ecosystem
Sergey A. Zimov
Pacific Institute for Geography
Contribution of Disturbance to Increasing Seasonal Amplitude of Atmospheric CO2
S. A. Zimov, S. P. Davidov, G. M. Zimova, A. I. Davidova, F. S. Chapin III, M. C. Chapin, J. F. Reynolds
Pacific Institute for Geography
Steppe-Tundra Transition: A Herbivore-Driven Biome Shift at the End of the Pleistocene
Sergey Zimov, Vladimir Chuprynin
Pacific Institute for Geography

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