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Forest and Atmosphere Interactions

Specialisation

Scientists in Forest and Atmosphere Interactions integrate complex ideas to evaluate and predict the exchange of energy, carbon, water and greenhouse gases between the biosphere and atmosphere in response to environmental variability and changes in land use. You will be able to evaluate the scientific literature in this field critically, and understand the mechanisms governing carbon and water exchange from the sub-cellular to global levels, and how these evolve over time.
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