Environmental spectroscopy

Environmental Spectroscopy methods form the basis for the study of environmental thermodynamics, climate change, atmospheric chemistry, photobiology, global carbon dynamics, and remote sensing. Research in this field is directed at the study of interaction of the radiation environment with complex systems and their effect on environmental health and functioning. The consequent research in the chemical and physical sciences has important international implications as global change continues to threaten basic functions of the environmental systems.


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