Funding for the UMBS Forest Carbon Cycle Research Program

Research at the UMBS AmeriFlux towers has been funded through the following grants:

US Department of Energy—AmeriFlux (through Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 7096915), UM Biological Station Ameriflux Core Site Project, 2014–2016

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration—Climate Program Office (NA11OAR4310190), Improving process-level understanding of the factors underlying long-term trends and year-to-year variability in carbon sequestration of northeastern forests, 2011–2014

US Department of Energy—BER—Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Research (DE-SC0006708), Forecasting carbon storage as eastern forests age: joining experimental and modeling approaches at the UMBS AmeriFlux site, 2011–2014

NSF Ecosystem Science (DEB 0911461), Collaborative research: linking heterogeneity of above-ground and subsurface processes at the gap-canopy patch scales to ecosystem level dynamics, 2009–2013

US Department of Energy—Midwestern Regional Center of the National Institute for Climatic Change Research (NICCR) (DE-FC02-06ER64158), Disturbance, succession and forest carbon dynamics: a large-scale experiment at the University of Michigan Biological Station, 2009–2011

Midwestern Regional Center of the National Institute for Global Environmental Change (NIGEC) under Cooperative Agreement No. DE-FC03-90ER610100, 1998–2001