Director Susan Trumbore honored for her pioneering work in Earth and environmental sciences
November 10, 2017
The Franklin Institute is honored to announce the names of eight remarkable individuals who will be recognized in Philadelphia next April with prestigious Franklin Institute Awards. Prof. Susan Trumbore, director at Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry and head of the department Biogeochemical Processes, is among the awardees. She is honored for her pioneering use of radiocarbon measurements in forests and soils to assess the flow of carbon between the biosphere and atmosphere, with implications for the understanding of future climate change.
Prof. Susan E. Trumbore (Copyright: Markus Scholz)
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