The European Space Agency (ESA) Living Planet Symposium was held in Milan, Italy from the 13th to 17th May 2019. The event’s focus on contributions of space technology to science and society and attracted more than 4000 people in the world’s biggest Earth observation conference to date. Prof Colin Prentice and doctoral candidate Alison Prior … Continue reading ESA Living Planet Symposium: The P Model as a satellite-driven tool for GPP prediction.
For 2 days we presented, discussed and analysed flux measurements in the frame of the summer school of the MRes Ecosystem and Environmental Changes master course. Our main goal was to make the students aware of the measurements and post-processed analysis of the flux data. In times where networks such as FLUXNET is making incredible ready-to-use … Continue reading REALM team members take a break from research and teach on the MRes summer school at Imperial. By David Sandoval and Dr Rodolfo Nobrega
Following my previous blog, our review paper related to the understanding of the causes of variations in the historical trends in the water use efficiency of plants and ecosystems has been published in Global Change Biology (full text can be found here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/gcb.14634). Plants are expected to respond to rising atmospheric CO2 levels by … Continue reading Can we explain the large variations in the historical trends of plant water use efficiency reported in several studies? In part, yes, but we still lack knowledge about the whole processes: a new paper lead by Aliénor is out in Global Change Biology