GREENCYCLES Biogeochemistry and Climate Change Research and Training Network: News
7 January - 8 February 2008
Two Greencycles Senior Scientists will participating in ERCA
2008 - 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).
Two Greencycles senior scientists
will be contributing to ERCA 2008.
The Greencycles Co-ordinator, Andrew
be giving two lectures, the first on "Toward
a predictive understanding of the role of the vegetation
in atmospheric processes",
and the second on : "Biogenic feedbacks
on global climate change: hotspots in the Earth system".
Greencycles senior scientist, Andrew Watson will
be giving two lectures too, one on "The
ocean sink of atmospheric CO2", and the
second on "What causes glacial to interglacial