Research AreasClimate Change, Ecosystem Management
TimelineStart Date: 1 December 2012 | End Date: 30 November 2013
The purpose of this project is to improve greenhouse gas accounting and to quantify the community benefits of best management practices on wastelands in the South Asia Region
1. Purchase all equipment required for field work.
2. Organize field work in five ecoregions of India using paired plot design to assess their degree of recovery from degradation in Forest Ecosystems FES ecosystem rehabilitation sites.
3. Work with Ecosystems FES teams and other partners as appropriate, to collect data in all sites.
4. Subcontract with a local labaratory to analyze soils for total Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, (C, N, P, K, Ca, Mg, CEC,) exchangeables bases, Al toxicity and pH.
5. Compile all data into database.
6. Deliver a report with analysis of the dataset.
1. A wokplan for the postdoctoral scientist
2. A summary report on the implementation of the work in India.
TagsClimate change, food security, Greenhouse gas accounting
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