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Ecophysiology

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Our research focuses on biosphere-atmosphere interactions and responses to environmental variability and change.

Current research activities include:

  • hyperspectral reflectance and solar induced fluorescence of vegetation;
  • impacts of hydrological variability on calcareous grassland;
  • carbonyl sulphide as a constraint on ecosystem photosynthesis.

We seek to understand how ecosystem function responds to global change through leaf, soil and ecosystem scale studies. Environments of interest include forest, grassland, and polar ecosystems, using field observations and field-based climate-change experiments.

If you have any questions or want to find out more, please contact Kadmiel Maseyk.

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Applications closed: Floodplain Meadows Partnership Research Associate

We are looking for a Research Associate to work within the Floodplain Meadows Partnership team in EEES. The post is fixed-term and part-time.

12th October 2021

New research: exploring the reproductive complexity of plants

New research published in the high-profile journal Science has explored the reproductive complexity of plants.

21st September 2021

Applications closed: Lecturer in Environment and Sustainability

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