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Contact Noah Karberg
- Ecosystem carbon cycling at the FACTS-II Aspen FACE experiment in Rhinelander, WI, and the Huron Mountain Club near Big Bay, MI, with RWU scientists.
- Quantification of carbon sequestration in midwest landscapes with an emphasis on carbon credit derivation.
- Design of assistance and stand/soil characterization of the newly built Houghton rhizotron.
Why This Research is Important
Quantifying and describing ecosystem services such as carbon sequestration in forests will provide an important political and ecological tool in the latter half of this century.
- Michigan Technological University, M.S. Forestry, 2003
- University of Michigan, B.S. Natural Resource Management, 2000
- Xi Sigma Pi
Featured Publications & Products
- Karberg, Noah J.; Scott, Neal A.; Giardina, Christian P. 2008. Methods for estimating litter decomposition. Chapter 8.
- Karberg, N.J.; Pregitzer, K.S.; King, J.S.; Friend, A.L.; Wood, J.R. 2004. Soil carbon dioxide partial pressure and dissolved inorganic carbonate chemistry under elevated carbon dioxide and ozone.
- Loya, Wendy M.; ; Pregitzer, Kurt S.; Karberg, Noah J.; King, John S.; Giardina, Christian P.; Giardina, Christian P. 2003. Reduction of soil carbon formation by tropospheric ozone under increased carbon dioxide levels..