The Environmental Physics Group studies the interaction between the Earth’s biogeochemical cycles and climate from the global to regional scales. Using observations and models we strive to understand how physical, chemical and ecological processes control these cycles and how they respond to both natural and anthropogenic change.
The group is chaired by Prof. N. Gruber and consists of five subgroups focusing on different aspects of biogeochemistry, ecology, and climate. We are part of the Institute of Biogeochemistry and Pollutant Dynamics (IBP) at the Department of Environmental System Sciences (D-USYS).
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