4C researchers are participating in the presentation of the Global Carbon Budget 2022 at COP27.
4C researcher Jens Terhaar receives the Prix de Quervain award for his research on the Southern Ocean carbon sink.
A recent study examines our current understanding of the coastal ocean carbon cycle, and showcases how the surface CO2 concentration varies in three coastal regions: the Baltic Sea, Mid-Atlantic Bight and South China Sea.
The latest socioeconomic scenarios used in climate change research examine how global society, demographics and economics could change over the 21st century.
4C researchers have published a new study that evaluates how two consecutive extreme summers impacted ecosystems and vegetation in central Europe. Another research supported by 4C shows how northern peatlands could accelerate global warming if action on climate change is not taken.
New research suggests that a third of the total productivity in the Arctic Ocean is supported by nutrients supplied by river discharge and coastal erosion, highlighting their crucial role for the marine ecosystem.