Prof Patrick Crill

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Distinguishing Arctic CH4 Sources to the Atmosphere Using Inverse Analysis of High Frequency CH4, 13CH4 and CH3D Measurements: IZOMET-FS
01/01/2015 - 31/12/2017
Den pågående globala uppvärmningen förväntas bli mer omfattande i arktiska regioner än på andra ställen i världen. Metan (CH4), den näst viktigaste växthusgasen i atmosfären, har potentiellt stora men också os&a...

Terrestrial organic matter and emissions of carbon trace gases from Arctic surface waters determined by isotopes and micrometeorology
01/01/2014 - 31/12/2016
Det finns en växande medvetenhet om att den framtida utvecklingen av växthusgaser i atmosfären beror på samspelet mellan klimat och biogeosfären. ´The Global Carbon Project´ (av IGBP och WCRP) betonar att den viktigaste mekanismen för at...

Towards a comprehensive understanding of transport of energy and greenhouse gases in lacustrine ecosystems
01/12/2013 - 30/11/2016
The main objective of GHG-LAKE joint research programme is to increase mobility and exchange of researchers betweenEU countries, Russia and US to obtain better understanding of energy and greenhouse gases (methane and carbon dioxide)budgets in lake ecosystems at high-latitude, wh...

DEFROST Nordic Centre of Excellence
01/11/2010 - 31/10/2015
The recent years have seen a number of dramatic changes in the Arctic cryosphere. Some of these changes have exceeded the most aggressive projections, such as the record melt of sea ice in summer 2007, the major melt off around the edges of the Greenland Ice Sheet and extensive a...

Landscape Greenhouse Gas Exchange (LAGGE) - Integration of Terrestrial and Freshwater sources and sinks
01/11/2010 - 31/12/2013
The current accounting of forests as carbon sinks has relied on measurements of vertical carbon dioxide (CO2) exchange between vegetation and the atmosphere. The budgets have ignored dissolved carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) transport in water to streams and lakes and the subsequent ...

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