Atmosphere Regolith Vegetation ARVE
How do changes in the terrestrial biosphere amplify changes in the climate system? The interdisciplinary ARVE team studies the interaction between soils, vegetation and the atmosphere.
04.10.12 NATURE has published work involving ENAC's researchers Prof. Jed Kaplan and Kristen Krumhardt (of ARVE group): 'Natural and anthropogenic variations in methane sources during the past two millennia' (October 2012). ...
19.06.12 M.Pfeiffer of ARVE publishes N2O discoveries from Gerzensee data. KEYWORDS: Rapid warming, Late Glacial, Hippophaë rhamnoides (L.), N2O emissions, primary succession, facilitation, nitrogen fixation
05.04.12 FIRE and CLIMATE research from EPFL grabbed the spotlight at the Swiss Global Change Day event where the global change community meets to share environmental change research with people from ...
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- Terrestrial biosphere
- Carbon cycle
- Earth System Models
- Paleoenvironmental reconstruction
- Holocene human activities and environmental change
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