Archive: The Year 2019

New paper

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. (2019) Assessing Across-Scale Optical Diversity and Productivity Relationships in Grasslands of the Italian Alps. Remote Sensing 11, 614, doi: 10.3390/rs11060614.

New discussion paper

Stoy P., El-Madany T., Fisher J., Gentine P., Gerken T., Good S., Liu S., Miralles D., Perez-Priego O., Skaggs T., Wohlfahrt G., Anderson R., Jung M., Maes W., Mammarella I., Mauder M., Migliavacca M., Nelson J., Poyatos R., Reichstein M., Scott R., Wolf S. (2019) Reviews and syntheses: Turning the challenges of partitioning ecosystem evaporation and transpiration into opportunities. Biogeosciences Discussions, doi: 10.5194/bg-2019-85.

Measurement campaign in Mezyk/Poland

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Last week, Karolina, Michaela and Albin, went up to Mezyk/Poland to set up the instrumentation for a joint COS/CO2 flux and chlorophyll fluorescence campaign over a Scots Pine forest. The idea of the campaign is to quantify GPP during the “spring awakening” of photosynthesis of this evergreen species and use active and passiv chlorophyll fluorescence to diagnose functioning of the electron transport chain and evaluate the potential of sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence as a proxy for GPP.

ASLO Aquatic Sciences meeting

20190223_102903Kathi is attending the ASLO 2019 Aquatic Sciences in meeting in San Juan (Puerto Rico) these days presenting latest findings on our mobile methane flux measurements with in the ALCH4 project.

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