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Global Terrestrial Network for Permafrost (GTN-P)

Global Terrestrial Network for Permafrost (GTN-P) 

Tonghua Wu1,  Kelsey Nyland2, Dongliang Luo3


1.Tonghua Wu, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environmen and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. Email: thuawu@lzb.ac.cn


2.Kelsey Nyland, The George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA. Email: kelseynyland@gmail.com


3.Dongliang Luo, Northwest Institute of Eco-Environmen and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. Email: luodongliang@lzb.ac.cn


Session description:


The Global Terrestrial Network for Permafrost (GTN-P) is the primary international programme concerned with long-term monitoring of permafrost. The core mission of GTN-P is to maintain a comprehensive and standardized long-term monitoring network to provide consistent, representative, and high quality long-term data on permafrost parameters. GTN-P ensures the distribution and avaliability of these data that can be used to assess the state of permafrost conditions and changes over time across Earth’s high latitude and altitude regions. This session will focus on the latest developments in permafrost monitoring and results of long-term analyses on permafrost and active layer measurements. All members of GTN-P, National Correspondents, and potential new members are invited to contribute with presentations sharing findings on the thermal state of permafrost and active layer dynamics from local, regional, and global scales.


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Address: Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources,CAS Lanzhou, P.R.China

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Professor Guoyu Li Professor Zhi Wen Professor Mingyi Zhang Ms. Yanmei Han Dr. Yanhu Mu Dr. Ze Zhang Dr. Zhanju Lin Dr. Guanli Jiang Dr. Jianfeng Zheng

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