Welcome to LUCCI!
LUCCI is a research centre at Lund University devoted to studies of the carbon cycle and how it interacts with the climate system. The centre involves about 120 researchers from four Lund university departments: Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science, Geology, Biology and Physics.
Daniel Conley elected to Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
2014-01-31: Professor Daniel Conley at the Department of Geology at Lund University and a member of LUCCI, has been elected to be a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.Daniel Conley is working cross-disciplinary to better understand the Earth systems.His research is especially focused on the biogeochemical cycles of nutrients, in particular Si, and the linkages between land and aquatic ecosystems.
New LUCCI article in Forskarbladet.se
2014-01-31: There is a new LUCCI article published on the website Forskarbladet.se, on Kristina Mehlqvist´s very interesting findings on the earliest plants that appeared on land in what later became Sweden. 420 million years later we can still find plant remainings from then, and visualize what happened at that time. She has also found sediments from the Devonian time period, that has until now been considered missing in the sediments archive in Sweden.
New Scienctific Secretary in LUCCI
2013-01-24: As of January 15, Anna Ekberg takes over the position as scientific secretary for LUCCI. Anna Ekberg has worked as research assistant at the Department of PPhysical Geography and Ecosystem Science. She is also coordinator of the research school ClimbECo that promotes young scientists to engage in interdisciplinary research on climate, earth system and society in a changing world, and has recently taken over as coordinator of Climate Initiative at LU. We also take the opportunity to thank her predecessor Maj-Lena Linderson for her hard work and dedicated service, and wish her all the best in her new work!
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