ocean-modeling research to both the navy and the NSF-funded Scientists Study Gas Exchange university research communities. UCAR operates the between Atmosphere and Forest Ecosystem institute under a cooperative agreement. INO was in New England organized first under the Naval Ocean Research and Researcher Steven Wofsy of Harvard University, in Development Activity, then by the Naval Oceano- Cambridge, Massachusetts, is studying exchange rates graphic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory, and of important gases between the atmosphere and a most recently as part of the Naval Research Labora- forest ecosystem in New England with funding from tory. NSF's Division of Environmental Biology. Wofsy is attempting to quantify atmosphere-biosphere ex- Questions to the navy regarding this matter may be change rates for gases such as carbon dioxide and referred to Marc Whetstone at (703) 696-5031. Ques- ozone in a mixed hardwood stand in Harvard Forest in tions to UCAR may be referred to Wayne Shiver at Petersham, Massachusetts. (303) 497-1674. The biologist hopes that his measurements will help to shed light on the response of the ecosystem, and its NOAA Wind-Profiling Network main component parts, to natural environmental varia- Becomes Operational tions and pollutant inputs, providing essential data for The National Oceanic and
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Published: Jul 1, 1992
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