Another recent paper with contributions from the Biomet group was published online in BAMS:
Rotach M.R., Wohlfahrt G., Hansel A., Reif M., Wagner J., Gohm A. (2013) The world is not flat – implications for the global carbon balance. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, doi: 10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00109.1.
Photo credit: Susanne Röck/Universität Innsbruck
As mentioned earlier in our News post, Georg was awarded the “Forschungspreis der Stiftung Südtiroler Sparkasse”. The picture shows him flanked by the rector and vice rector for research of the University of Innsbruck, as well as the president of the Stiftung Südtiroler Sparkasse, who handed over the certificate.
Two new papers with contributions from the Biomet group have been published online in Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences and in the Interactive Discussion of Biogeosciences, and we also received notice that our recent submission to Geophysical Research Letters was accepted:
Chen J., Chen B., Black T.A., Innes J.L., Wang G., Kiely G., Hirano T., Wohlfahrt G. (2013) Comparison of terrestrial evapotranspiration estimates using the mass-transfer and Penman-Monteith equations in land surface models. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, doi: 10.1002/2013JG002446.
Bamberger I., Hörtnagl L., Walser M., Hansel A., Wohlfahrt G. (2013) Gap-filling Strategies for Annual VOC Flux Data Sets. Biogeosciences Discussions 10, 17785-17818. OPEN DISCUSSION
Wohlfahrt G., Cremonese E., Hammerle A., Hörtnagl L., Galvagno M., Gianelle D., Marcolla B., Morra di Cella U. (2013) Tradeoffs between global warming and day length on the start of the carbon uptake period in seasonally cold ecosystems. Geophysical Research Letters, doi: 10.1002/2013GL058182.
Today we hosted John Gamon (University of Alberta) as a guest in our group. John, traveling from the EuroSpec final conference in Trento to Zürich, discussed opportunities and challenges of merging proximal sensing and flux measurements in our group and enjoyed a visit to our field site Neustift.
A new paper with contributions from the Biomet group was published today in the Discussion forum of the open-access journal Geoscientific Model Development:
Yuan W., Liu S., Cai W., Dong W., Chen J., Arain A., Blanken P., Cescatti A., Wohlfahrt G., Georgiadis T., Genesio L., Gianelle D., Grelle A., Kiely G., Knohl A., Liu D., Marek M., Merbold L., Montagnani L., Panferov O., Peltoniemi M., Rambal S., Raschi A., Varlagin A., Xia J. (2013) Are vegetation-specific model parameters required for estimating gross primary production? Geoscientific Model Development Discussions 6, 5475-5488. link.