A new short course, curated by Michigan State University’s Forest Carbon and Climate Program, will develop foundational knowledge in the relationship between climate regulation, forests, and forest carbon. In five modules, the course covers the 1) Carbon Cycle and Storage, 2) Humans, the Global Carbon Cycle, and Terrestrial Sinks, 3) Forest Ecosystems and Carbon Storage, 4) Forest Ecosystem Carbon Pools and Fluxes, and 5) Disturbances and their Carbon Impact. Each module will outline its respective learning objectives. Course content will include recorded presentations, links to online resources, and recommended reading.
|Date:||January 26, 2021, Available at 8:30 AM ET / 5:30 AM PT|
|Duration:||Six weeks, self-paced|
|Fee:||$175 for SAF Members; $220 for Nonmembers|
|CFEs:||3.5 CFEs in Category 1|