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.
This Monday, Alessandro and Gemini (University of Udine) visited us to discuss the results of this year’s measurement campaign at Ariis, where a wildtype and chlorophyll-deficient soybean mutant were compared in a large-scale field experiment, to which we participated measuring COS and CO2 fluxes, as well as sun-induced fluorescence.
In the afternoon, Alessandro gave a well-received presentation in the Institute’s seminar series, blending their previous and current research results on soybean.
Hammerle A., Spielmann F.M., Kitz F., Ibrom A., Migliavacca M., Noe S., Kolle O., Moreno G., Wohlfahrt G. – Ecosystem-scale carbon monoxide exchange and partitioning across major biomes in Europe.
Wohlfahrt G. - Shedding light on daytime flux partitioning.
Zhao P., Wohlfahrt G. - Role of advection for the ecosystem-atmosphere CO2 exchange of alpine grasslands.
Kitz F., Gomez-Brandon M., Hammerle A., Spielmann F.M., Insam H., Ibrom A., Migliavacca M., Moreno G., Noe S.M., Wohlfahrt G. – Combining in situ and laboratory measurements of soil-atmosphere carbonyl sulfide fluxes from four different biomes across Europe.
Spielmann F.M., Kitz F., Hammerle A., Gerdel K., Ibrom A., Kolle O., Migliavacca M., Moreno G., Noe S.M., Wohlfahrt G. – Concurrent CO2 and COS fluxes across major biomes in Europe.
Scholz K., Hammerle A., Hiltbrunner E., Wohlfahrt G. – Using model-data fusion to analyze the interannual variability of NEE of an alpine grassland.
Also this year the Biomet group actively participated at the EGU general assembly in Vienna.
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).