Terrestrial Carbon Research Group
The Terrestrial Carbon Research Group applies rigorous science to questions relating to the storage, distribution and cycling of carbon in the terrestrial system. Our work relates to both the above-ground and below-ground (soil) environment, and the nature, quantity and mechanisms of carbon re-distribution through these systems. Our work ranges from detailed analysis of the fundamental processes of carbon accumulation and its movement and re-distribution in the soil environment, to broad scale assessment of carbon storage potential at the landscape scale and its value for climate change abatement.
We work closely with a wide range of regional, national and international collaborators to provide research results that can be applied by practitioners, government and non-government agencies alike.
As a group, we are keen to attract new, enthusiastic researchers to the team and would welcome enquiries relating to our current or potential future work.
Associate Professor Brian Wilson
School of Environmental and Rural Science
University of New England
P: +61 2 6773 3287