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Bolin Centre Seminar Series | Research Area 4

Welcome to the fifth seminar in the Bolin Centre Seminar Series!

The host is Research Area 4: Biogeochemical cycles and climate

Greenhouse gas emissions from aquatic environments – how can we approach key challenges?s

Professor David Bastviken, Department of Thematic Studies: Environmental Change, Linköping UniversitySpeaker: Professor David Bastviken, Department of Thematic Studies: Environmental Change, Linköping University
Time: May 8 at 11h15–12h15
Place: Högbomsalen, Geoscience Building

The lectures will usually be streamed and saved on the Bolin Centre website.



Abstract:
Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from lakes, reservoirs and running water have recently been identified as major components of the land GHG exchange.
The need to better quantify fluxes and understand flux regulation is evident, but fundamental challenges on how to account for spatiotemporal variability and perform robust scaling remain.
In this presentation new approaches based on for exemple sensor networks and hyperspectral imaging, will be explored as possible ways to address these challenges.
Gålfalk, M., G. Olofsson, P. Crill, and D. Bastviken (2016), Making methane visible, Nature Clim. Change, 6(4), 426–430, doi:10.1038/nclimate2877 http://www.nature.com/nclimate/journal/v6/n4/abs/nclimate2877.html#supplementary-information.

 

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