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Novel techniques for interpreting atmospheric variability and its drivers

Grant


Scheme


  • Future Fellowships

Abstract


  • The project aims to improve understanding of causes of variability in atmospheric greenhouse gases, therefore leading to better knowledge of how the processes will evolve in a changing climate. Novel measurement techniques will be used to gain unprecedented detail about the spatial and temporal variability of atmospheric greenhouse gases. With the use of regional and global scale models, the measurements will be used to understand greenhouse gas fluxes and provide independent verification of current estimates. Expected outcomes include improved methods for verifying greenhouse gas emissions, which will contribute to improved emissions inventories and accounting promised under international agreements.

Date/time Interval


  • 2018 - 2022

Sponsor Award Id


  • FT180100327

Local Award Id


  • 126218

Scheme


  • Future Fellowships

Abstract


  • The project aims to improve understanding of causes of variability in atmospheric greenhouse gases, therefore leading to better knowledge of how the processes will evolve in a changing climate. Novel measurement techniques will be used to gain unprecedented detail about the spatial and temporal variability of atmospheric greenhouse gases. With the use of regional and global scale models, the measurements will be used to understand greenhouse gas fluxes and provide independent verification of current estimates. Expected outcomes include improved methods for verifying greenhouse gas emissions, which will contribute to improved emissions inventories and accounting promised under international agreements.

Date/time Interval


  • 2018 - 2022

Sponsor Award Id


  • FT180100327

Local Award Id


  • 126218