Joanna Isobel House mainly focuses on Climate change, Carbon dioxide, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Deforestation and Carbon cycle. Her Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil carbon and Ecosystem. Joanna Isobel House combines subjects such as Fossil fuel and Carbon sink with her study of Carbon dioxide.
Her study looks at the relationship between Land use, land-use change and forestry and topics such as Land cover, which overlap with Greenhouse gas. In her research on the topic of Deforestation, Vegetation is strongly related with Biosphere. Her Land use study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Sustainable development and Ecosystem services.
Joanna Isobel House focuses on Climate change, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Land use, Greenhouse gas and Environmental protection. Her Climate change research integrates issues from Peat, Deforestation and Carbon cycle. The Carbon cycle study combines topics in areas such as Climate model, Biosphere and Vegetation.
Her research investigates the connection between Biosphere and topics such as Carbon dioxide that intersect with issues in Fossil fuel. Her work in Land use, land-use change and forestry addresses issues such as Environmental resource management, which are connected to fields such as Biodiversity. Joanna Isobel House has included themes like Climate change mitigation, Natural resource economics, Agriculture and Ecosystem services in her Land use study.
Her primary scientific interests are in Secondary forest, Environmental protection, Climate change, Greenhouse gas and Natural resource economics. Her Secondary forest study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Carbon sequestration and Amazon rainforest. Her Environmental protection study incorporates themes from Global warming, Bio-energy with carbon capture and storage, Climate change mitigation and Biosphere.
The Carbon sink research Joanna Isobel House does as part of her general Climate change study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Forcing, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her studies deal with areas such as Forest dynamics and Global change as well as Natural resource economics. Joanna Isobel House works mostly in the field of Deforestation, limiting it down to topics relating to Carbon dioxide removal and, in certain cases, Reforestation, as a part of the same area of interest.
Joanna Isobel House spends much of her time researching Soil carbon, Climate change, Environmental resource management, Reforestation and Temporal scales. Her Soil carbon research incorporates themes from Environmental engineering, Land use, Soil organic matter, Greenhouse gas removal and Biomass. Her Climate change research incorporates elements of Carbon sequestration, Carbon capture and storage and Carbon dioxide removal.
The various areas that she examines in her Environmental resource management study include Biodiversity, Agricultural land and Food security. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ecosystem services, Enforcement, Deforestation, Secondary forest and Environmental law in addition to Reforestation. Her work deals with themes such as Adaptation and Biogeochemical cycle, which intersect with Temporal scales.
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Global Carbon Budget 2015
C. Le Quéré;R. Moriarty;R. M. Andrew;J. G. Canadell.
Global carbon budget 2013
C. Le Quere;G.P. Peters;R.J. Andres;Robbie M Andrew.
Global carbon budget 2014
C. Le Quéré;R. Moriarty;R. M. Andrew;G. P. Peters.
Trends in the sources and sinks of carbon dioxide
Corinne Le Quéré;Corinne Le Quéré;Michael R. Raupach;Josep G. Canadell;Gregg Marland.
The carbon cycle and atmospheric CO2
IC Prentice;GD Farquhar;Mjr Fasham;ML Goulden.
Ecosystem Service Supply and Vulnerability to Global Change in Europe
Dagmar Schröter;Wolfgang Cramer;Rik Leemans;I. Colin Prentice.
Beyond Predictions: Biodiversity Conservation in a Changing Climate
Recent patterns and mechanisms of carbon exchange by terrestrial ecosystems
D. S. Schimel;J. I. House;K. A. Hibbard;P. Bousquet.
Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU)
Pete Smith;Mercedes Bustamante;Helal Ahammad;Harry Clark.
Long-term sensitivity of soil carbon turnover to warming
W Knorr;IC Prentice;Joanna Isobel House;EA Holland.
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