Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

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The Institute for Biogeochemistry was founded on September 1st, 1997, and is dedicated to the study of long-term interactions among the biosphere, atmosphere, geosphere and the oceans. The research aims of the Institute include
-quantifying the role of these interactions in the control of the Earth’s climate in a time of increasing anthropogenic impact
- developing a quantitative and predictive understanding of the regulation of processes in ecosystems and their attendant biogeochemical cycles in the face of climate change
- and investigating feedback mechanisms at the Earth’s surface that involve vegetation, atmospheric composition and climate.

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