PROPOSAL To the Submitted by Title: Satellite-derived Land Surface Temperature (LST) as Proxy for Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Boreal Peatlands Cover letter Period of Performance: Date Submitted: Principal Investigator: Dear *name of the instructor* enclosed is a copy of consent and protocol of the research that I intend to carry. The primary goal of carrying out this research is to reduce the levels of carbon dioxide gas methane gas and water vapour in the infra-red region therefore reducing effects of global warming in the ecosystem. The research hypotheses includes Carbon dioxide gas methane gas and water vapour in the infra-red region/upper atmosphere have an effect on global warming? Carbon dioxide gas methane gas and water level in the infra-red region/upper atmosphere have no effects on global warming. Reafforestation programme in the Boreal Peatland region has no effects in sinking the level of carbon in the atmosphere. I hope you the government have done all the recommendations I have stated above within two years we will be able to note that global warming has reduced i.e. drought Note that studies were carried out in the Boreal Peatlands and the research work was done in the laboratory and in the library Conclusion In conclusion once the government have done their work in ensuring that the recommendations I have stated above into laws which should be maintained we will be view positive results concerning global warming. Works Cited Wieder R K and Dale H. Vitt. Boreal Peatland Ecosystems. Berlin: Springer 2006. Print Vries W. Comparing Predictions of Nitrogen and Green House Gas Fluxes in Response to Changes in Live Stock Land Cover and Land Management Using Models at a National European and Global Scale. Wageningen: Alterra 2009. Print. Casper Julie K. Changing Ecosystems: Effects of Global Warming. New York: Facts on File 2010. Print. [...]
The projects include 1)Description of the research topic (Satellite-derived Land Surface Temperature (LST) as Proxy for Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Boreal Peatlands) – a short overview of the field and listing the most relevant studies carried out in the field 2)Research objective – which particular objectives or tasks have been set within the given topic; hypotheses of the research to be carried out 3) Research methods or ways to solve the problems set, and description of tools the research requires 4) Expectations towards the results – their novelty and importance 5) Applicant’s preparedness and ability to implement the doctoral project, knowledge of the field; methodological competency and the topic’s compliance with the applicant’s prior research or professional work and a cover letter..