Ecosystem services are important to a range of Earth's life support systems  from climate to water quality. Agro-ecosystems and forests provide food, fuel, and materials. We focus on measuring ecosystem services using earth observations, ground measurements, and models. Our primary focus is on forests and agro-forestry with a special attention to carbon management and carbon markets. (Photo: Thai Dipterocarpus, Ryan Libre)

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Dr. David Skole Presents at Climate Action 2016 Summit

Posted: 07.05.16
MSU Department of Forestry Professor and GOES Laboratory Director David Skole presented at the Climate Action 2016 Summit, May 5-6 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. Leaders from national, regional and local government; business and civil society, including Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, convened to demonstrate and highlight collaborations that can help create a more sustainable future. Skole presented in a forum on “Carbon Monitoring in Support of the Paris Climate Agreement”.
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