During a research expedition led by Linnaeus University and Stockholm University to the deepest parts of the Baltic Sea in the Landsort Deep researchers recently discovered ...
The project will develop a new generation of models to predict the fate of carbon in ecosystems under increasing stress due to climate change.
Black carbon are tiny airborne particles that are able to absorb solar radiation, making them, despite their size, an important part of the climate system.
Microbes, bacteria and fungi, are by far the most important factor in determining how much carbon is stored in the soil, according to a new study in Nature with two co-authors from Stockholm University. Read more ...
Methane hydrate clogs pipelines, is difficult to extract profitably, and exists in quantities sufficient to screw up Earth’s climate. Two scientist from Stockholm University, consider this confounding cage compound.
MISU researchers Peter Kuma, Frida Bender and Aiden Jönsson have developed a computer-based genealogy of climate models, with focus on atmospheric processes ... Read more