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Lidar Research
Spatial Wavelet Analysis
Aspen Sucession
Snow-Veg Dynamics
RS Fire Synthesis
Radiant Heat Flux
Burned Area and Severity

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact:

Dr Alistair Smith

alistair [at] uidaho.edu

208-885-1009


The Experimental Biophysics Measurements Laboratory is part of a Biogeosciences Focus Group at the University of Idaho. The Biogeosciences Focus Group encompasses research the following definition of Biogeosciences:

The Earth system is characterized by multiple interacting and interlocking biological and physical processes. These govern local to global cycles of carbon, nitrogen, water, and energy. In addition, all living organisms and how they evolve affect the ecological, chemical, social, and physical composition of the atmosphere, biosphere, hyrdosphere, and geosphere, Changes in any of these systems, whether for example internally through evolution or external through climate change, have impacts on the others. The interactions of humans, natural and managed ecosystems, and the chemical and physical environment are complex, multidirectional, and nonlinear, and their study increasingly requires an integrated multidisciplinary approach. These interactions and changes occur over extended spatial and temporal scales.

                  


For more information and other definitions see:

Journal: http://www.sisef.it/iforest/

Journal: http://www.biogeosciences.net/

Journal: http://www.agu.org/journals/jg/

 

Organizations:

 

AGU: http://www.agu.org/sections/biogeo/index.html

ESA: http://www.esa.org/biogeosciences/

UCAR/NCAR: http://www.tiimes.ucar.edu/bgs/

 
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