• From clouds to carbon:
    land-atmosphere interactions
    in the spotlight


    Understanding the interface between the land and the atmosphere has been an important component of IGBP’s research. Here we highlight three recent contributions that resulted from research sponsored by the Integrated Land Ecosystem–Atmosphere Processes Study (iLEAPS).

  • Coastal megacities:
    risks and opportunities


    Every year, more and more people are flocking to live near the sea’s edge, often congregating in massive cities. Sophie Blackburn and Mark Pelling explore what happens when urban and coastal zones collide.

photo: Lars Falck

Contact

The IGBP Secretariat is based in Stockholm, Sweden.


It is hosted at the

Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

For general enquires: admin@igbp.kva.se

Charlotte Wilson-Boss
Office Manager
Phone: (46-8) 673 9593
Email: charlottew@igbp.kva.se

Owen Gaffney
Director of Communications
Phone: (46-8) 673 9556
Email: owen.gaffney@igbp.kva.se

Postal address:
IGBP Secretariat
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Box 50005
SE-104 05 Stockholm
Sweden

Visitors address:
IGBP Secretariat
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Lilla Frescativägen 4A
SE-114 18 Stockholm
Sweden

Map

Getting here:

By Stockholm public transportation

Subway (Tunnelbana):
Red line towards Mörby Centrum, get off at station Universitetet.

Bus 40:
From Fridhemsplan or Odenplan to station Universitetet norra

By car

From central Stockholm:
Drive to Roslagstull and north on Roslagsvägen. Turn off at Stockholm University and follow signs saying Vetenskapsakademien.

From the north, and Arlanda airport:
Go south on the E4 and turn off towards Bergshamra on the E18, then follow signs towards Stockholm. On Roslagsvägen, turn off at sign saying Vetenskapsakademien.

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  • Aug 4 - Aug 9, 2014

    IMBER ClimEco4 Summer School


    IMBER focuses on the interactions and linkages between biogeochemical cycles and food webs, including humans, with the aim of improving the predictive capacity for marine ecosystems increasingly affected by global change. As the marine environment is very complex, particularly in the context of global change, indicators are often used to provide a practical and economical way to track the state of ecosystems. This fourth IMBER summer school, ClimEco4, will continue IMBER’s focus on fostering research at the interface of natural and human systems. It will be structured around lectures and activities that focus on indices of climate change, climate impacts, and ecosystem services, and how these are linked to indices for socio-economic and policy information in relation to climate-ecosystem interactions.
  • Sep 24 - Sep 26, 2014

    Deltas in Times of Climate Change II



  • Global Change Magazine No. 82


    This issue features a full-spread infographic on deltas at risk, accompanied by a Q&A with IGBP Chair James Syvitski. You can also read about coastal megacities, the progress in crystallising the Sust...

  • Global Change Magazine No. 81


    This issue’s cover story puts 2000 years of regional temperature histories into perspective. Also featured: two full-spread maps visualising the PAGES 2k regional temperature records and ocean acidifi...
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