Archive: The Year 2013

EGU meeting 2013 Roundup

We had several contributions at the EGU meeting in Vienna 7-12 April 2013:

Oral Presentations

  • Georg Wohlfahrt, Lukas Hörtnagl, Albin Hammerle, Damiano Gianelle, Barbara Marcola, Marta Galvagno, Edoardo Cremonese & Umberto Morra di Cella: Tradeoffs between global warming and day length on the vegetation carbon uptake period. Download
  • Marta Galvagno, Georg Wohlfahrt, Edoardo Cremonese & Umberto Morra di Cella: On the role of advection for the net exchange of carbon dioxide at a subalpine grassland in complex terrain. Download


  • Albin Hammerle, Perluigi Calanca, Matthias Themessl, Andreas Gobiet & Georg Wohlfahrt: Application of an efficient soil water content model in ecosystem modeling and scenario development. Download
  • Matthias Peichl, Oliver Sonnentag, Georg Wohlfahrt, Lawrence B. Flanagan, Dennis D. Baldocchi, Gerard Kiely, Marta Galvagno, Damiano Gianelle, Barbara Marcolla, Casimiro Pio, Mirco Migliavacca, Michael B. Jones & Matthew Saunders: Convergence of potential net ecosystem production among contrasting C3 grasslands. Download
  • Ines Bamberger, Lukas Hörtnagl, Armin Hansel & Georg Wohlfahrt: Gap-filling of VOC flux data for deriving annual budgets: Case study at a mountain meadow. Download
  • Lukas Hoertnagl & Georg Wohlfahrt: Seasonal variability of CH4 and N2O fluxes over a managed temperate mountain grassland. Download

New paper accepted

Galvagno M., Wohlfahrt G., Cremonese E., Rossini M., Colombo R., Filippa G., Julitta T., Manca G., Siniscalco C., Morra di Cella U., Migliavacca M. (2013) Phenology and carbon source/sink strength of a subalpine grassland in response to an exceptionally short snow season. Environmental Research Letters, in press. download

HiResAlp project started

On 18th March Georg attended the kick-off meeting of the HiResAlp project at Bozen/Bolzano. The project is coordinated by the Applied Remote Sensing group at EURAC and will investigate the water cycle of mountain ecosystems using a combination of remote sensing (in particular based on radar) and modelling.

PTR-MS Conference 2013 Roundup

We presented two posters at the 6th PTR-MS Conference in Obergurgl, Austria, namely:

  • Bamberger I., Hörtnagl L., Hansel A., Wohlfahrt G. (2013) Gap-filling of VOC flux data for deriving annual budgets: A mountain meadow case study. PDF
  • Hörtnagl L., Bamberger I., Walser M., Unterberger A., Hansel A., Wohlfahrt G. (2013) Interannual variability of biogenic oxygenated volatile organic compound fluxes over a managed mountain grassland. PDF | icon_star1 won award: 2nd Prize Best Poster
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