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Masahito Ueyama

New Content ItemMasahito Ueyama is an associate professor of the Ecological Meteorology Group at Osaka Metropolitan University. His major is micrometeorology, studying biosphere-atmosphere interactions based on long-term flux measurements, ecological modeling, and remote sensing techniques. His current research aims to 1) understand long-term changes in biosphere-atmosphere interaction in boreal forests in Alaska, 2) methane exchange between terrestrial ecosystems and the atmosphere, and 3) greenhouse gas budget in urban landscapes.

Homepage : https://www.omu.ac.jp/agri/ecolmet/ueyama/ueyama_cv/index.html

Research areas: Biosphere-atmosphere interaction, eddy covariance, greenhouse gas fluxes, energy exchange, boreal forest

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