Metabolism of Boston
Carbon is a principal currency connecting human and natural systems. This research measures and models interactions of humans, plants, animals, physical processes, urban infrastructure, and marine and terrestrial ecosystems, focusing on one important component: carbon flows associated with biological and anthropogenic activity. Please visit the Metabolism of Boston research web site.
Boston University team:
- Lucy Hutyra, Earth and Environment, College of Arts and Science
- Nathan Phillips, Earth and Environment, College of Arts and Science
- For a complete list of colleagues involved with this research please visit the Metabolism of Boston web page.
- National Science Foundation
- US Forest Service
- Boston University Administration
- Environmental Defense Fund