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Greenhouse gas measurements and ecosystem monitoring in a changing climate

What roles do the forest and other ecosystems play on the greenhouse gas balance? How is this measured? Researchers and engineers from our department, engaged in ICOS, are featured in Vetandets Värld in Swedish Radio. Listen to the audio clip to find out about this research.
Images from the Hyltemossa station. Photo Tobias Biermann.
Images from the Hyltemossa station. Photo Tobias Biermann.

Throughout Euope, ICOS - Integrated Carbon Observation system -  is building a network, an infrastructure of measurement stations for greenhouse gas monitoring, continuous observations of concentrations and fluxes of the greenhouse gases. The head office of ICOS Sweden is located at our Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science at Lund University. Radio show Vetandets värld is diving into the work of researchers, engineers and analytics to give a picture of how the measurements are done, and how these are implemented into other climate monitoring work and modelling to give full maps of greenhouse gas fluxes in Europe now and in the future. Follow the work from the Hyltemossa station in the ICOS Sweden network and the data storage facility ICOS Carbon Portal.

Listen to audio clip from Vetandets värld (SR P1). Partly in swedish.

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