Katharina (fourth from left) and Felix (leftmost) were officially awarded their PhD fellowships by the University of Innsbruck (picture courtesy of university press office).
Paul Stoy visited us (pictures showing him at our field site Neustift and together with Albin and Katharina at the Grawa waterfall in Stubai Valley) to give a presentation on “Interpreting processes by observing patterns: Data-intensive strategies for understanding the role of ecosystems in the climate system”.
New paper: ,, , , , , Knohl A. (2014) Soil H2 18O labelling reveals the effect of drought on C18OO fluxes to the atmosphere. Journal of Experimental Botany 65, 5783-5793. doi: 10.1093/jxb/eru312.
Today we have received notice that our project “Carbonyl sulfide exchange between terrestrial ecosystems and the atmosphere: magnitude, controls and relationship to canopy photosynthesis and transpiration” will be funded for the next three years by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF).
New paper: Heinl, M., Hammerle, A., Tappeiner, U., Leitinger, G. (2014) Determinants of urban-rural land surface temperature differences – a landscape scale perspective. Landscape and Urban Planning, in press.
Albin and Georg presented last week at the Tereno International Conference at Bonn.
Song B., Niu S., Luo R.,Luo Y., Chen J., Yu G., Olejnik J., Wohlfahrt G., Kiely G., Noormets A., Montagnani L., Cescatti A., Magliulo V., Law B.E., Lund M., Varlagin A., Raschi A., Peichl M., Nilsson M.B., Merbold L. (2014) Divergent apparent temperature sensitivity of terrestrial ecosystem respiration. Journal of Plant Ecology 5, 419-428, doi: 10.1093/jpe/rtu014.
was highlighted as the Editor’s choice in the last issue of the Journal of Plant Ecology.
We received notice that the applications of Katharina Scholz and Felix Spielmann for PhD scholarships by the University of Innsbruck were successful – congratulations!