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New insights into the carbon cycle of tropical forests from a global monitoring network

Seminar with Yadvinder Malhi, Professor at University of Oxford, at the GU Botany building 8 December. Prof Malhi will also act as opponent when Brigitte Nyirambangutse defend her thesis “Carbon and Nutrient Cycling in Afromontane Tropical Forests at Different Successional Stages" the 9th of December.

What Seminar
When Dec 08, 2016 03:00 PM to
Dec 08, 2016 04:00 PM
Where Botany building GU (Hörsalen, ground floor), Carl Skottsbergs gata 22, Göteborg
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Yadvinder Malhi is a professor in Ecosystem science at University of Oxford. His research interests focus on interactions between forest ecosystems and the global atmosphere, with a particular focus on their role in global carbon, energy and water cycles, and in understanding how the ecology of natural ecosystems may be shifting in response to global atmospheric change. More recently his interests have
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expanded to include the impacts and limitation of tropical deforestation.

 

Read more about Yadvinder Malhi here:

Professor Yadvinder Malhi Oxford profile page

His personal homepage

The Global Ecosystem Monitoring network

 

Prof Malhi opponent to PhD thesis at GU

On Friday 9th 10.00, Prof Malhi will act as opponent when Brigitte Nyirambangutse defend her thesis “Carbon and Nutrient Cycling in Afromontane Tropical Forests at Different Successional Stages". This thesis defence takes place in the same venue in the GU Botany building as the seminar presented above.

Focali members Johan Uddling and Göran Wallin have been the supervisors to Birgitte Nyiambangutse.

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