- Field Sites
Wohlfahrt G., Gerdel K., Migliavacca M., Rotenberg E., Tatarinov F., Müller J., Hammerle A., Julitta T., Spielmann F.M., Yakir D. (2018) Sun-induced fluorescence and gross primary productivity during a heat wave. Scientific Reports, doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-32602-z.
Today we’ve received notice that our joint DFG-FWF (DACH) project with Mirco Migliavacca (MPI Jena) entitled “Constraining terrestrial gross primary productivity by joint measurements of the carbonyl sulfide exchange and sun-induced fluorescence” will be funded and will allow us to explore the exciting link between COS exchange and SIF during the next three years!
Last week Karolina attended the 2018 ICOS science conference – the Biomet group was represented with the following contributions:
Sakowska K., Gamon J., Burba G. (2018) From Measurements to Analysis: New Tools for Time- and Space-Synchronized Flux and Optical Sensor Network.
Sakowska K., Hammerle A., Spielmann F. M., Wohlfahrt G. (2018) Carbonyl sulfide and sun-induced fluorescence as joint constraints on terrestrial carbon cycling.
Spielmann F. M., Hammerle A., Gerdel K., Kitz F., Kolle O., Migliavacca M., Moreno G., Ibrom A., Peressotti A., Alberti G., Delle Vedove G., Wohlfahrt G. (2018) Flux partitioning plus – joint constraints by carbon dioxide and carbonyl sulfide increase inferred gross primary productivity estimates.
Sakowska K., MacArthur A., Gianelle D., Dalponte M., Alberti G., Gioli B., Miglietta F., Pitacco A., Meggio F., Fava F., Julitta T., Rossini M., Rocchini D., Vescovo L. (2018) Assessing spatial patterns of ecosystem productivity and diversity in grasslands using Sentinel-2: is it feasible?
Sakowska K., Aasen H., Cendrero-Mateo M. P., Mihai L., Pacheco-Labrador R. J., Van Wittenberghe S., MacArthur A., Verrelst J., Schlerf M. (2018) Optical synergies for spatiotemporal sensing of scalable ecophysiological traits: SENSECO COST Action CA17134.
From 5th-7th September, Georg attended the workshop “Examining Transpiration from Ecosystem to Global Scales” at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry (Jena, Germany) and spoke about the potential of COS flux measurements for inferring transpiration.