April 15, 2019
Monitoring and modeling of atmosphere-land CO2 exchanges in Asia
Kazuhito Ichii 교수님 (Center for Environmental Remote Sensing, Chiba University)
2019년 4월 19일 (금) 14:00
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is known as important greenhouse gases, and terrestrial ecosystems play an important role as a CO2 sink. However, the magnitude of the CO2 budget of terrestrial ecosystem remains uncertain. Challenging toward accurate estimate with smaller uncertainties are an essential research topic in earth system science, including atmospheric science and ecosystem science. In particular, our science community has entered 'data-rich' era. More and more data, such as a network of site observation data and various satellite-based observations, have become available for atmospheric-land research. In this seminar, focusing on the study of material cycle in the atmosphere-land, I will introduce recently available datasets (e.g., site observation, remote sensing, and modeling) and how to apply it to carbon cycle research through integration. I will also show some of the recent studies focusing on changes in terrestrial CO2 budget in responding to climate variation and human effects across Asia.