It is roughly three years after the seminal 1st international COS workshop held in Hyytiälä in September 2016 and we’re thrilled of hosting the 2nd edition of this great workshop in Obergurgl next week and look forward to loads of exciting presentations and productive discussions! The latest version of the program can be found here.
During the ongoing International Mountain Conference 2019 hosted by the University of Innsbruck, Marta Galvagno, Mathias Rotach and Georg (in ‘action’ in picture below), organized a workshop on “Challenges in Quantifying and Simulating the Land-Atmosphere Exchange in Mountain regions” during which an international group of scientists with a diverse range of backgrounds discussed the major uncertainities in land-atmosphere exchange and how to address these.
Image courtesy of Christian Lamprecht
Yesterday Kathi and Georg travelled to Mondsee to get the CH4 and CO2 flux measurements operational after repair of some of the equipment and gave a joint lecture in the seminar of the Department of Limnology on “Quantifying the lake-atmosphere CO2 and CH4 exchange using the eddy covariance method”.
Kathi 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.