Our paper synthesizing 4 years of Acetaldehyde fluxes at Neustift was accepted in ACP.
Hörtnagl L., Bamberger I., Graus M., Ruuskanen T. M., Schnitzhofer R., Walser M., Unterberger A., Hansel A., Wohlfahrt G. (2014) Acetaldehyde exchange above a managed temperate mountain grassland. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, in press.
Yuan W., Cai W., Xia J., Chen J., Liu S., Dong W., Merbold L., Law B., Arain A., Beringer J., Bernhofer C., Black A., Blanken P. D., Cescatti A., Chen Y., Francois L., Gianelle D., Janssens I. A., Jung M., Kato T., Kiely G., Liu D., Marcolla B., Montagnani L., Raschi A., Roupsard O., Varlagin A., Wohlfahrt G. (2014) Global comparison of light use efficiency models for simulating terrestrial vegetation gross primary production based on the LaThuile database. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, in press.
Our paper “A plant’s perspective of extremes: terrestrial plant responses to changing climatic variability” by Reyer et al. (2013) is the most downloaded paper in the journal Global Change Biology in 2013.
Colleagues from EURAC in Bozen/Bolzano (Italy) have produced nice spatial visualisations of results originating from the HydroAlp and HiResAlp projects, within which the Biomet group is partner.
Today Ankur Desai, Univ. of Wisconsin currently on sabbatical leave at KIT/IMK-IFU in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, was visiting the Institute of Ecology and gave a presentation in our seminar series entitled “Predominately Pessimistic Plants Populate the Planet: Insights from eddy flux towers and model experiments on regional biogeochemical-climate feedbacks“.