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DOE awards environmental system science research grants

Gil Bohrer (L) and members of his research team at Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve and State Nature Preserve.Director of Ohio State's Ecohydrometeorology Laboratory Gil Bohrer and collaborators have been awarded a grant by the United States Department of Energy (DOE) for Functional-Type Modeling Approach and Data-Driven Parameterization of Methane Emissions in Wetlands. 

Professor Bohrer and his team conduct meteorological and eddy-flux observations in wetlands to provide the needed information to force, parameterize and evaluate models of green-house gas budgets of ecosystems and the effects of small-scale, heterogeneity and intermediate disturbance on these fluxes.

Read the Department of Energy announcement HERE.