GREENCYCLES Biogeochemistry and Climate Change Research and Training Network: News
8 January - 10 February 2007
Two Greencycles Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs) as well as
a Greencycles Senior Scientist are participating in ERCA
2007 - the European Research Course on Atmospheres.
ERCA is a five week long course on atmosphere. The first
four weeks are spent in Grenoble, France and the final week
is spent at the Observatoire de Haute-Provence, near the
city of Forcalquier (170km south of Grenoble).
will present her work on Future change in Ocean circulation
and Carbon Cycle inferred from O2 fluxes.
will present his results on Global view of the main patterns
of fire activity variability
from 1996 to
2006 using screened ESA World Fire Atlas data.
The Greencycles Senior Scientist Richard Betts will be contributing
to ERCA 2007. He
will be giving two lectures, the first on February 1st
titled, "Forcing of climate change by large-scale
and the second on February 2nd: "Feedbacks
on climate change by large-scale vegetation changes".