Cajas Mountains are focus of study of the carbon cycle impact in the Andes

Published on April 06, 2018
The lakes of the Cajas National Park, located at elevations ranging from 3,000 to 4,700 meters in Ecuador’s Azuay province, are the scene of fieldwork carried out by the research project ECUAFLUX, an initiative to analyze the carbon cycle in the Andean basins of Ecuador and predict the impact of climate change on natural ecosystems. […]

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