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Behnjamin J. Zib
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Xiquan Dong
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Baike Xi
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Aaron Kennedy

archipelagos in the Arctic. The surface type describing both high-latitude stations is tundra. While the topography at the BAR site is flat, the station at NYA is roughly 11 m in altitude and positioned in a mountain valley. These two BSRN sites were chosen for this study because they provide a long-term (over 15 years) data record, unlike many other sites across the Arctic. Fig . 1. Locations of BSRN high-latitude Arctic sites are shown: BAR (71°19′N, 156°36′W) and NYA (78°55′N, 11°56′E). To determine in

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Yonghong Yi
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John S. Kimball
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Lucas A. Jones
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Rolf H. Reichle
, and
Kyle C. McDonald

. , 113 , 703 – 710 . Entekhabi , D. , and Coauthors , 2010 : The Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission . Proc. IEEE , 98 , 704 – 716 . Epstein , H. E. , M. P. Calef , M. D. Walker , F. S. Chapin , and A. M. Starfield , 2004 : Detecting changes in arctic tundra plant communities in response to warming over decadal time scales . Global Change Biol. , 10 , 1325 – 1334 . Griffis , T. J. , T. A. Black , D. Gaumont-Guay , G. B. Drewitt , Z. Nesic , A. G. Barr

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