Lisa Emberson mostly deals with Ozone, Agronomy, Air pollution, Tropospheric ozone and Climate change. Lisa Emberson combines subjects such as Biomass, Vegetation, Pollution and Stomatal conductance with her study of Ozone. Her Stomatal conductance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil water, Atmosphere, Vapour Pressure Deficit and Deposition.
Her research investigates the connection between Air pollution and topics such as Environmental protection that intersect with issues in Fine particulate. Lisa Emberson has researched Tropospheric ozone in several fields, including Food security and Atmospheric chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Primary production, Greenhouse gas and Air quality index in addition to Climate change.
Ozone, Air pollution, Stomatal conductance, Environmental protection and Agronomy are her primary areas of study. When carried out as part of a general Ozone research project, her work on Tropospheric ozone is frequently linked to work in Flux, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The various areas that she examines in her Air pollution study include Pollutant, Climate change, Air quality index, Particulates and Ecosystem.
Lisa Emberson has included themes like Beech, Vapour Pressure Deficit, Troposphere and Deposition in her Stomatal conductance study. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Environmental protection, Environmental engineering are connected with Nitrogen dioxide and Air pollutants and other disciplines. Her research investigates the connection between Agronomy and topics such as Agriculture that intersect with problems in Cultivar.
Ozone, Air pollution, Climate change, Agriculture and Crop are her primary areas of study. She does research in Ozone, focusing on Tropospheric ozone specifically. Her research investigates the link between Tropospheric ozone and topics such as Pollutant that cross with problems in Stomatal conductance and Woody plant.
Her Air pollution research integrates issues from Air quality index, Greenhouse gas and Environmental protection. The concepts of her Climate change study are interwoven with issues in Food security, Irrigation and Yield. Her study in Crop is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nutrient and Abiotic component.
Her primary areas of investigation include Tropospheric ozone, Ozone, Pollutant, Agronomy and Air pollution. Her work deals with themes such as Climate change and Food security, which intersect with Tropospheric ozone. Her work on Stomatal conductance expands to the thematically related Pollutant.
Her Stomatal conductance study combines topics in areas such as Selective breeding, Livestock, Cultivar and Yield. Her work in Agronomy addresses issues such as Agriculture, which are connected to fields such as Canopy, Nutrient and Abiotic component. Her Air pollution research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Deposition, Atmospheric chemistry, Environmental protection, Air quality index and Greenhouse gas.
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Simultaneously Mitigating Near-Term Climate Change and Improving Human Health and Food Security
Drew Shindell;Johan C. I. Kuylenstierna;Elisabetta Vignati;Rita van Dingenen.
Modelling stomatal ozone flux across Europe.
L.D. Emberson;M.R. Ashmore;H.M. Cambridge;D. Simpson.
Environmental Pollution (2000)
The Effects of Tropospheric Ozone on Net Primary Productivity and Implications for Climate Change
Elizabeth A. Ainsworth;Craig R. Yendrek;Stephen Sitch;William J. Collins.
Annual Review of Plant Biology (2012)
The global impact of ozone on agricultural crop yields under current and future air quality legislation
Rita Van Dingenen;Frank J. Dentener;Frank Raes;Maarten C. Krol.
Atmospheric Environment (2009)
The EMEP MSC-W chemical transport model -- technical description
David Simpson;David Simpson;Anna Benedictow;Halldis Berge;Robert Bergström;Robert Bergström.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2012)
A synthesis of AOT40-based response functions and critical levels of ozone for agricultural and horticultural crops
G. Mills;A. Buse;B. Gimeno;V. Bermejo.
Atmospheric Environment (2007)
Impacts and mitigation of excess diesel-related NOx emissions in 11 major vehicle markets
Susan C. Anenberg;Joshua Miller;Ray Minjares;Li Du.
Global Air Quality and Health Co-Benefits of Mitigating Near-Term Climate Change through Methane and Black Carbon Emission Controls
Susan C. Anenberg;Joel Schwartz;Drew Todd Shindell;Markus Amann.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2012)
A comparison of North American and Asian exposure-response data for ozone effects on crop yields.
L.D. Emberson;L.D. Emberson;P. Büker;M.R. Ashmore;M.R. Ashmore;G. Mills.
Atmospheric Environment (2009)
Evidence of widespread effects of ozone on crops and (semi-)natural vegetation in Europe (1990–2006) in relation to AOT40- and flux-based risk maps
Gina Mills;Felicity Hayes;David Simpson;David Simpson;Lisa Emberson.
Global Change Biology (2011)
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