About Professor Margaret Barbour

Understanding how terrestrial ecosystems respond to environmental change will underpin progress on some of the big issues currently facing humans. Professor Margaret Barbour's research interests include areas related to improving mechanistic understanding of the exchange of carbon, water and energy between the terrestrial biosphere and the atmosphere, in order to reduce uncertainty in higher scale models.

Professor Margaret Barbour is a Professor in Plant Physiology at the School of Life and Environmental Sciences. She is also a member of the Sydney Institute of Agriculture.

For more information about Professor Margaret Barbour refer to her Academic Profile Online.