Heat Wave Effects on Greenhouse Gas Flux in Shallow Lakes

Heat Wave Effects on Greenhouse Gas Flux in Shallow Lakes

Freshwater systems are an important component on global carbon and nutrient cycles; having a disproportionally large impact given their small global surface area (Davidson et al., 2015). Generally, inland aquatic systems are considered to be carbon sources on an annual basis, however, their output can vary significantly (Tangen et al., 2016). The size of water […]

Reduced Tillage Practices: Are they really a “climate-friendly” alternative?

Reduced Tillage Practices: Are they really a “climate-friendly” alternative?

Conservation Tillage: The Search for Sustainable Agriculture With both the global population and temperatures on the rise, there is an ever-growing need for the development of ways to help feed the masses while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Conservation tillage appeared to be the answer to both, however, a recent study by Lognoul et al. (2016) […]

AGU15 Poster Highlight: Moyo Ajayi

AGU15 Poster Highlight: Moyo Ajayi

Another poster from AGU 2015 that we didn’t think should be missed! Moyo Ajayi (M.S. candidate) presented some findings from his research being done out of Vanderbilt University under the supervision of Dr. John Ayers. Natural gas is becoming a favoured means of energy production due to its relatively low carbon dioxide emissions. Consequently, High Volume […]

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