The Ecosystems Center
Two new studies led by Christopher Neill, director of the MBL Ecosystems Center, and his colleagues Michael Coe and Marcia Macedo of the Woods Hole Research Center (WHRC), and WHRC Distinguished Visiting Scientist Eric Davidson, will examine the environmental impacts of the expansion and intensification of Amazon soybean agriculture and identify potential management strategies to reduce those impacts.
Seminars & Events
- Seminar: Doug Frank, Syracuse University
- 03/18/2014 -
- Seminar: Oliver Sonnentag, University of Montreal
- 03/25/2014 -
- Seminar: Louisa Bradtmiller, Macalester College
- 04/01/2014 -
- Seminar: Kendra McLauchlan, Kentucky State University
- 04/08/2014 -
Animating the Carbon Cycle
Schmitz, Oswald J; Raymond, Peter A; Estes, James A; Kurz, Werner A; Holtgrieve, Gordon W; more...
Sagebrush carrying out hydraulic lift enhances surface soil nitrogen cycling and nitrogen uptake into inflorescences
Cardon, Zoe G.; Stark, John M.; Herron, Patrick M.; Rasmussen, Jed A.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Beyond leaf color: comparing camera-based phenological metrics with leaf biochemical, biophysical and spectral properties throughout the growing season of a temperate deciduous forest
Yang, Xi; Tang, Jianwu; Mustard, John
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences (2014)
MBL Blog >> Ecosystems
- What Image “Greenness” Can’t Reveal About Plants is Detailed in Brown-MBL StudyOne barometer of the weather is a plant’s seasonal cycles, such as the date when its leaves sprout in spring or drop off in fall. What these cyclic events, called plant phenology, might reveal about climate change is the focus of a long-term Brown-MBL study in a Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., forest. “Our overall goal is […]
TIDE Project Blog
- TIDE Scientists inducted into AAAS – Part IIAnne’s recent election into AAAS is well-deserved, and if there were a companion award for outstanding achievements in kindness, generosity, and commitment to others, she would rightfully be awarded that, too. I have had the privilege of working closely with Anne for over 20 years, and I should know. Anne Giblin “speaks “ biogeochemistry, thermodynamics, [