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Urban Resilience Across the Terrestrial-Aquatic Continuum: Mechanisms to Mass Balance

Over 70% of the world’s population is predicted to live in urban areas by the end of the century, yet the impacts of urbanization on coastal ecosystems are poorly understood. These systems disproportionately impact the global carbon cycle and are key to understanding climate change. This research aims to develop a process-based understanding of urban carbon cycling and its response to disturbances from land to sea.
Keywords carbon cycling, coastal ecoystems, TAI, urban
TYPE Early Career
Principal Investigator (PI)
Emily Graham
Lead Institution
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