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GCRG awarded a new NSF grant “Campus Cyberinfrastructure: CC* Storage: Implementation of a Distributed, Shareable, and Parallel Storage Resource at San Diego State University to Facilitate High-Performance Computing for Climate Science”. 2017-2019. Co-PI: Aram Kalhori, PI: Christopher Paolini.

GCRG awarded a new NSF grant “Methane at the ZERO CURTAIN” 2017-2020. PI: Donatella Zona

GCRG awarded NASA grant “Temporal and Spatial Patterns of and Controls on Arctic CO2 and CH4 Fluxes in the ABoVE Domain”. PI: Walter Oechel

GCRG awarded NSF grant towards the annual budget of CH4 emissions from tundra ecosystem across a latitudinal gradient

GCRG was awarded a grant by the US National Science Foundation for the proposal, “Methane loss from the Arctic: towards an annual budget of CH4 emissions from tundra ecosystem across a latitudinal gradient” (PI: Donatella Zona). In this research project we will measure CO2 and CH4 fluxes across a latitudinal transect in the arctic tundra . . . → Read More: GCRG awarded NSF grant towards the annual budget of CH4 emissions from tundra ecosystem across a latitudinal gradient

GCRG Awarded DOE Grant to Operate Arctic Carbon Flux Towers

GCRG was awarded a grant by the US Department of Energy for the proposal, “Seasonal and Inter-Annual Controls on CO2 Flux in Arctic Alaska” (PI: Walt Oechel). The grant will allow GCRG to operate eddy covariance flux towers at Barrow, Atqasuk and Ivotuk for the next 3 years.

Read more about the project here.

GCRG Heads for the Skies with NASA-Funded Research

GCRG will work with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Jet Propulsion Lab to measure the greenhouse gas effect on the Arctic. The research team will collect data that will provide unprecedented experimental insights into Arctic carbon cycling, especially the release of the important greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide and methane. The study . . . → Read More: GCRG Heads for the Skies with NASA-Funded Research