Soil is a massive reservoir of carbon, holding three times the amount of carbon than in the atmosphere. Soil is a massive reservoir of carbon, holding three times the amount of carbon than in the atmosphere.
The diversity and function of organic matter in rivers at a large scale are influenced by factors, such as the types of vegetation covering the land, the energy characteristics, and the breakdown potential of the molecules.
IDREAM research shows that keeping only the most important two- and three-body terms in reactive force fields can decrease computational cost by one order of magnitude, while preserving satisfactory accuracy.
This study demonstrated that a large-scale flooding experiment in coastal Maryland, USA, aiming to understand how freshwater and saltwater floods may alter soil biogeochemical cycles and vegetation in a deciduous coastal forest.