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Dr Taraka Davies-Barnard


My PhD examined future interactions crop and climate interactions, focusing on the biogeophysical effects of vegetation changes. This included the effects of land use change as well as parameter uncertainty and deliberate crop albedo changes.

At University of Exeter, I was part of the team that implemented and tested the new Nitrogen cycle component, in collaboration with the Met Office Hadley Centre.

I'm currently working at University of Bristol using a trait-based dynamic vegetation model (called JeDi - yes! really!) to explore vegetation, carbon and biodiversity changes over the last 120 million years.