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    16. Water-carbon cycles and terrestrial changes in the Arctic and subarctic regions

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    Submission start: November 15, 2022

    Submission deadline: August 31, 2023

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    Proponents:

    Tetsuya Hiyama, Nagoya University, Japan

    Editorial task team

    Tetsuya Hiyama, Nagoya University

    Tomonori Sato, Hokkaido University

    Kazuhito Ichii, Chiba University

    Hotaek Park, JAMSTEC

    David Gustafsson, SMHI

    *Yoshihiro Iijima, Mie University

    (*) Section Chief Editor, PEPS

    Global warming accelerates Arctic sea ice retreat, which feeds back to significant changes in atmospheric-terrestrial water cycle in the Arctic and subarctic regions. These large-scale environmental changes alter the condition of surface water and vegetation, affecting spatiotemporal variations in greenhouse gases budget. To better understand water–carbon cycles in these regions, integrated studies on atmospheric–terrestrial water–carbon cycles are required.

    In this special issue SPEPS, we thus invite authors to contribute latest researches or reviews focusing on atmospheric–terrestrial water and carbon cycles in the Arctic and subarctic regions. Studies aiming to reveal spatiotemporal variations in the atmospheric moisture transport, moisture flux convergence, precipitation, vegetation, permafrost degradation, greenhouse gas fluxes, and the Arctic river discharges and their impacts on peripheral seas are highly welcomed, including the future projections. Additionally, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary researches in cross-cutting with sociological studies are also welcomed.