Matthew Jones
PhD Student

Research

Research projects

  • Dynamics of black carbon in river catchments in the rainforest and savannah regions of Brazil
  • Inverse modelling of dissolved black carbon sources in the Paraíba do Sul River, Brazil
  • The global pyrogenic carbon cycle: a systematic review by modelling and meta-analysis
  • Constraining estimates for global pyrogenic carbon production

Supervisors: Prof. Timothy Quine, Dr. Luiz Aragao, Prof. Stephen Sitch

Funding Body: NERC GW4+ DTP

Research Groups

Perturbed Landscape Systems
Earth System Science
GW4+ Doctoral Training Partnership Environmental Researchers

Publications/Presentations:

Jones, M. W., Quine, T. A., de Aragão, L. E. O. C., de Rezende, C. E., Dittmar, T., Johnson, B., Manecki, M. and da Silva, J. M. (2016) In review: Regional aerosol emissions contribute to the riverine export of dissolved black carbon.

Jones, M. W., Quine, T. A., Rezende, C. E., Dittmar, T., & Aragão, L. E. O. C. (2013) Contribution of biomass fires to black carbon supply in a tropical river basin assessed using a Lagrangian atmospheric transport model and MODIS burned area product, XVI Brazilian Symposium for Remote Sensing (SBSR), Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná, Brazil, 13th – 18th April 2013, Brazilian Institute for Space Research.

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