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AGCI Workshop Participation
August 09, 2000 to August 18, 2000
Dr. Gauci is interested in the biogeochemistry of wetlands, with particularly interest in sulfur and nitrogen pollutant impacts on terrestrial/atmosphere exchange of chemically and radiatively important gases. He is researching the effects of acid rain sulfate deposition (both anthropogenic and volcanogenic) on methane emissions from both natural and artificial wetlands (rice paddies). He is also interested in the role of woody wetland plants in mediating trace gas emissions from wetlands.
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