BG
Biogeosciences
Joshua Dean

Joshua Dean

Joshua is a new lecturer at the University of Liverpool in the UK. He teaches across the Geography and Environmental Science programs, and his research considers the role of aquatic systems in the global carbon cycle. He focuses on carbon dioxide and methane emissions from freshwater ecosystems, and uses radiocarbon and stable isotopes to trace carbon sources and its fate during aquatic transport.

EGU2020 BG Sessions in the spotlight: Permafrost

EGU2020 BG Sessions in the spotlight: Permafrost

The EGU 2020 abstract submissions are open until January 15. Here, we’ll highlight the planned biogeoscience (BG) sessions. Stay tuned and find the session for your abstract! Today’s focus is on permafrost. These perennially frozen regions span the Arctic, the Tibetan Plateau, and mountain regions throughout the globe. Permafrost is highly vulnerable to current and future climate change and could ...[Read More]