Ecometeorology Lab

Ankur R Desai, Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences, UW-Madison

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Our lab observes and models micrometeorological, ecological, and biogeochemical interactions of the surface with the atmosphere at regional to global scales, with a focus on anthropogenic influences to these interactions More...

News

  • April 2015: Coverage of our recent paper in PNAS. Full-text link
  • March 2015: How our research and service connects to the Wisconsin Idea, profiled here.
  • March 2015: Congratulations to Desai lab undergraduate student Gabriel Bromley who was awarded an internship with NEON, Inc. for this summer!
  • February 2015: Learn about climate science research at UW, including work in our lab: http://whyfiles.org/2015/climate-change-who-is-a-climate-scientist/
  • January 2015: Hear about a workshop we helped organize on lake-atmosphere exchanges: here and at: LakeWorkshop2014
  • January 2015: Congratulations to Sean DuBois on successful passage of his M.S. defense!
  • September 2014: Read about Professor Desai's sabbatical research here!
  • Older News

ESWN Major SupporterKeywords: regional surface-atmosphere interaction, biogeochemistry, eddy covariance technique, flux towers, carbon dioxide, methane, boundary layer, micrometeorology, turbulence, terrestrial ecosystems, forests, wetlands, lakes, Great Lakes, land management, climate change, global warming, climate policy


Department of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences and Center for Climatic Research, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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