Lea Stolpmann

Email: l.stolpmann.1@research.gla.ac.uk

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Research title: Intertidal wetland sediment carbon budgets along eroding and prograding coasts

Research Summary

Coastal ecosystems provide valuable ecosystem services. My research is looking at the contribution of coastal vegetated ecosystems to climate change mitigation strategies, through their ability to sequester carbon.

Factors influencing the carbon dynamic and sequestration potential will be investigated for saltmarshes in the UK, and as part of the Living Deltas Hub, in mangrove forests in South Asia.  

Grants

GCRF Living Deltas Scholarship | College of Science and Engineering, University of Glasgow | 2020-2024

Research datasets

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2022

Stolpmann, L., Balke, T. and Bass, A. (2022) CO2 Efflux Increases at Retreating Salt Marsh Edges before Sediment Erodes. [Data Collection]

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