Archive: The Year 2016


Monday, 18 April

Georg Wohlfahrt, Marta Galvagno: The inconvenient truth about eddy covariance flux partitioning and implications for global carbon cycle estimates. EGU2016-3271, Oral 09:45-10:00, Room F1.

Albin Hammerle, Florian Kitz, Felix Spielmann, Katharina Gerdel, and Georg Wohlfahrt: Carbon monoxide exchange and partitioning of a managed mountain meadow. EGU2016-6002, Oral 10:30-10:45, Room 1.61.

Edoardo Cremonese, Marta Galvagno, Albin Hammerle, Gianluca Filippa, and Georg Wohlfahrt: No snow for Christmas: the impact of the 2015 extreme winter on CO2 fluxes in European mountain grasslands. EGU2016-12056, Poster 17:30-19:00, Foyer M.

Wednesday, 20 April

Lukas Hoertnagl, Michael Bahn, Nina Buchmann, Eugenio Dias-Pinez, Werner Eugster, Ralf Kiese, Katja Klumpp, Ladreiter-Knauss Thomas, Haiyan Lu, Georg Wohlfahrt, Matthias Zeeman, and Lutz Merbold: The influence of management on GHG fluxes over Central European grasslands. EGU2016-13680, Oral 14:15-14:30, Room 2.83.

Katharina Scholz, Albin Hammerle, and Georg Wohlfahrt: Long-term EC measurements over a pre-alpine lake. EGU2016-12128, Oral 14:45-15:00, room 2.83.

Thursday, 21 April

Peng Zhao, Albin Hammerle, and Georg Wohlfahrt: The role of advection for CO2 exchange flux over a moutainous grassland in the Alps. EGU2016-7471, Oral 11:15-11:30, Room 0.88.

Katharina Gerdel, Felix M. Spielmann, Albin Hammerle, and Georg Wohlfahrt: Eddy covariance carbonyl sulfide flux measurements with a quantum cascade laser absorption spectrometer. EGU2016-4478, Poster 17:30-19:00, Hall X2.

Felix M. Spielmann, Florian Kitz, Albin Hammerle, Katharina Gerdel, and Georg Wohlfahrt: Sources and sinks of carbonyl sulfide in a mountain grassland and relationships to the carbon dioxide exchange. EGU2016-5498, Oral 13:45-14:00, Room 2.83.

Florian Kitz, Albin Hammerle, Tamara Laterza, Felix M. Spielmann, and Georg Wohlfahrt: Soil emission and uptake of carbonyl sulfide at a temperate mountain grassland. EGU2016-4364, Poster 17:30-19:00 Foyer N.

PCE paper of Lianhong Gu and Georg recommended in F1000Prime



The paper by Lianhong Gu and Georg “The many meanings of gross photosynthesis and their implication for photosynthesis research from leaf to globe” (doi: 10.1111/pce.12569) has been recommended by Faculty-of-1000 member Dennis Baldocchi:

“The more we study ecosystem photosynthesis and upscale such information to the globe, the more we seem to discover uncertainties. The global flux community infers ecosystem photosynthesis by subtracting ecosystem respiration from direct measurements of net ecosystem exchange. On paper this sounds good. But it assumes validity of the extrapolation of night respiration measurements to day based on temperature response functions. Physiologists tell us that the Kok effect can reduce plant respiration in light.
This paper does an excellent job surveying this topic and discuss new and independent methods to constrain measurements of ecosystem photosynthesis. Biases and errors are described in detail.”

Thanks Dennis!

Biomet @ Österreichischer Klimatag

Kathi is attending the 17th Österreichischer Klimatag 6-8 April in Graz presenting our research on carbon cycling at the high-elevation grasslands of Furkapass and its sensitivity to changes in climate (Friday 13:30-13:50).