HSBC Climate Partnership research profiled at British Ecological Society Symposium
Earthwatch’s Head of Climate Change Research, Dr Dan Bebber will contribute two talks at this year’s Symposium on Forests and Global Change taking place from 28-30 March at the University Of Cambridge. The talks are related to research funded by HSBC under the HSBC Climate Partnership and are titled: Biomass and diversity across disturbance gradients in five forests around the World; and Tree structure, growth and carbon stocks in a fragmented broadleaf forest landscape.
Organised by the British Ecological Society, this year’s international conference of temperate and tropical forest ecologists, will provide an opportunity to integrate perspectives on the changing nature of forests across biomes. The conference will address emerging themes in forest ecology based on new data from spatially dispersed permanent plot networks, fully mapped stands and satellite imagery.
Download the poster: Biomass and diversity across disturbance gradients in five forests around the Worldthat will be shown at the Symposium.
Learn more about Earthwatch’s research on how climate change is affecting temperate and tropical forests worldwide.