Methane uptake of forest soils
Grant number: DP120101735 | Funding period: 2012 - 2015
This project will provide a detailed understanding of capacity of soils in Australia to sequester the greenhouse gas methane. It will identify the main factors and processes controlling methane uptake in soils and improve predictive models will allow us to predict methane uptake in the future.
Related publications (8)
Trading Water for Carbon: Maintaining Photosynthesis at the Cost of Increased Water Loss During High Temperatures in a Temperate Forest
Anne Griebel, Lauren T Bennett, Daniel Metzen, Elise Pendall, Patrick NJ Lane, Stefan K Arndt
Carbon and water fluxes are often assumed to be coupled as a result of stomatal regulation during dry conditions. However, recent ..
Soil methane oxidation in both dry and wet temperate eucalypt forests shows a near-identical relationship with soil air-filled porosity
Benedikt J Fest, Nina Hinko-Najera, Tim Wardlaw, David WT Griffith, Stephen J Livesley, Stefan K Arndt
Well-drained, aerated soils are important sinks for atmospheric methane (CH4) via the process of CH4 oxidation by methane-oxidisin..
An introduction to the Australian and New Zealand flux tower network - OzFlux
Jason Beringer, Lindsay B Hutley, Ian McHugh, Stefan K Arndt, David Campbell, Helen A Cleugh, James Cleverly, Victor Resco de Dios, Derek Eamus, Bradley Evans, Cacilia Ewenz, Peter Grace, Anne Griebel, Vanessa Haverd, Nina Hinko-Najera, Alfredo Huete, Peter Isaac, Kasturi Kanniah, Ray Leuning, Michael J Liddell