CARDAMOM inputs, driving data, and C-cycle model outputs to accompany "Greening of a boreal rich fen driven by CO2 fertilisation”

  • S Thayamkottu (Creator)
  • Luke Smallman (Creator)
  • J Pärn (Creator)
  • Ü Mander (Creator)
  • E S Euskirchen (Creator)
  • E. S. Kane (Creator)



This archive contains the model inputs, driving data and a subset of the outputs featured in the manuscript: Thayamkottu et al. (in submission), "Greening of a boreal rich fen driven by CO2 fertilisation". Boreal peatlands store vast amounts of soil organic carbon (C) owing to the imbalance between productivity and decay rates. In the recent decades, this carbon stock has been exposed to a warming climate. During the past decade alone, the Arctic has warmed by ~ 0.75° C which is almost twice the rate of the global average. Although, a wide range of studies have assessed peatlands’ C cycling, our understanding of the factors governing source / sink dynamics of peatland C stock under a warming climate remains a critical uncertainty at site, regional, and global scales. We focused on these challenges by quantifying the driving factors of increasing production and internal plant C traits.
Date made available15 Mar 2024
PublisherEdinburgh DataShare
Temporal coverage1 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2020

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