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Does the oxidation of organic material on atmospheric mineral aerosol change the solar radiative forcing of mineral aerosol?

The atmosphere of the Earth is an oxidizing medium and effectively acts as a low temperature, dilute fuel, combustion system, oxidizing complex compounds and returning them to the surface of the Earth via cloud water and dry deposition. Read more

POSITIVE - evaluating Plant pOlyphenol effects on SoIl funcTional dIVErsity

Background. Crop breeding has changed the nutritional, mineral and non-nutritional composition of crop plants. Non-nutritionals include metabolites such as polyphenols and these have historically been considered as ‘anti-nutritionals’, reflecting their effect upon animal health when fed as major components in diets. Read more

The role of aerosol radiative effects in the global carbon budget

This exciting project will address the global carbon cycle budget imbalance term by using state-of-the-art global models and observations to comprehensively analyse the role of aerosol radiative effects on the land carbon sink. Read more

Beavers and climate change mitigation in freshwater systems

Overview. The reintroduction of beavers has been a conservation success story repeated across Europe and North America. By damming small rivers and creating pools, ponds and canals, beavers have restored lost ecosystem services such as. Read more

Arctic climate change: the vital role of pollution and climate feedbacks

The climate of the Arctic is changing faster than any other region of the planet. Although greenhouse gases are the main driver of global warming, the accelerating rise in Arctic surface temperature, and seasonal loss of sea ice, have a more complex explanation. Read more

Ammonia Electrochemical synthesis for CO2-free energy applications

Ammonia Electrochemical synthesis for CO2-free energy applications. The development of low-cost, high-performance energy storage and conversion devices are critical for an environmentally sustainable future free of CO2 emissions. Read more

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