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National Key R&D Program Launched to Explore Dynamics between Global Ecosystem and Carbon Cycle
 Date: 2017-10-20  Page Views:

A special program on" Key Factors on Climate Change and Carbon CycleIntegrated Observation and Modelling" was launched on September 25 at RADI to explore the dynamics between global ecosystem and carbon cycle.

A launching meeting was held at RADI, bringing together more than 30 participants including the program members, leading scientists, and RADI leaders to discuss the issues on the program implementation.

The project is led by RADI, participated by Beijing Normal University, the State Oceanic Administration, the Institute of Soil Science, and China Academy of Meteorological Sciences. The program fund is 23, 84 million yuan.

The program sets up four research topics, led by RADI researchers including LIU Liangyun, SUN Rui, BAI Yan, NIU Zhenguo.

An expert panel is set up to provide guidelines for the program. Prof. GUO Huadong, the panel chair, stressed that the study should start from the ongoing research results in this field, and adhere to scientific problem-oriented research, with a goal to make breakthrough.

Prof. ZHANG Bing, Deputy Director of RADI, promised that RADI will provide full support to ensure the smooth implementation of the program.

The program is part of the “Global Change and Adaptation" Project, which is launched in March, 2016 as a national major R&D project during the 13th five-year plan (2016-2020). The project is designed to enhance the core competitiveness of China in global change research, meet national needs of sustainable development in adaption to climate change, and address major natural disasters caused by global change.

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