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Helmholtz Research School
Mechanisms and Interactions of Climate Change in Mountain Regions

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Prof. Diego Riveros-Iregui, PhD

Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Geography, USA

Research Interests:

  • Hydrological and geochemical transport in the soil and the stream
  • Plant and microbial activities and resulting land-atmosphere exchange of gases such as CO2
    and CH4 in forests and wetlands
  • Hydrologic controls in space and time over land-atmosphere interactions
  • Ecohydrology
  • Tropical Hydrology

Selected Publications:

Liang, L.L., Riveros-Iregui, D.A., Emanuel, R.E., and McGlynn, B.L., (2014) A Simple Framework to Estimate Distributed Soil Temperature from Discrete Air Temperature Measurements in Data-Scarce Regions. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres 119(2): 407-417 doi:10.1029/2013JD020597

Riveros-Iregui, D.A., McGlynn, B.L., Emanuel, R.E., and Epstein, H.E., (2012) Complex Terrain Leads to Bi-Directional Responses of Soil Respiration to Inter-annual Water Availability. Global Change Biology 18(2):749-756. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02556

Riveros-Iregui, D.A., Hu, J., Burns, S.P., Bowling, D.R., and Monson, R.K. (2011) An Inter-Annual Assessment of the Relationship between the Stable Carbon Isotopic Composition of Ecosystem Respiration and Climate in a High Elevation Subalpine Forest. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 116, G02005, doi: 10.1029/2010JG001556

Homepage:
www.unc.edu/~diegori