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Modelling carbon fluxes from Earth Observations satellites

UCL Geography presentations to International Carbon Dioxide Conference

Modelling carbon fluxes from Earth Observations satellites

UCL Geography scientists Dr. Tristan Quaife and Dr. Mathias Disney attended the 8th International Carbon Dioxide Conference (ICDC8) in Jena, Germanyfrom 13- 19th September 2009. Dr. Quaife presented results showing a new way to assess the impact of uncertainties in land cover on calculations of global carbon fluxes. Dr. Disney is part of a consortium presenting new estimates of the carbon balance of Fennoscandia obtained by combining multi-scale observations with ecological models.  The ICDC meetings bring together experts on Carbon from a wide range of disciplines spanning the terrestrial, ocean, atmospheric and climate modelling communities, to discuss key advances and gaps in the science.

 

 

See: http://www.conventus.de/icdc8/


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