We received notice that the Tyrolean Science Fund approved our project “Fluxes of biogenic oxygenated volatile organic compounds between mountain grassland ecosystems and the atmosphere” (2012-2013).
New Group Members
Petra Schattanek and Sabrina Obwegeser will join the group as Master students, supervised jointly with Univ. Prof. Dr. Stefan Mayer (Institute of Botany), within the frame of the StartClim project “Effects of soil drying on transpiration of Austrian tree species”. Christoph will switch to this project in January 2012 as well.
Accepted for Publication
New manuscripts are now accepted for publication:
Groenendijk et al. (2011) “Seasonal variation of photosynthetic model parameters and leaf area index from global Fluxnet eddy covariance data”
Wohlfahrt et al. (2011) “Wohlfahrt et al. (2011) “Carbonyl sulfide (COS) as a tracer for canopy photosynthesis, transpiration and stomatal conductance: potential and limitations”
We received notice that our project „Effects of soil drying on transpiration of Austrian tree species“, in collaboration with Dr. Stefan Mayr (Institute of Botany), Dr. Gerhard Wieser (BFW) and DI Dr. Dieter Stöhr (Land Tirol, Forestry Department), will be funded 2011-2012 within the frame of the StartClim 2011 programme.
Christoph attended the Sparkling Science workshop 2011 in Vienna and presented our project GrassClim.
Georg attended the PhenoAlp final workshop in Torgnon/Italy and gave an invited presentation on “Carbon, water and energy fluxes in Alpine ecosystems”.
And Lukas attended a MUSCATEN – Abba workshop on BVOC emissions in Estonia and gave an invited presentation on “BVOC fluxes over a temperate mountain grassland”.
We have received notice that our proposal to the FWF
“Fluxes of biogenic oxygenated volatile organic compounds between mountain grassland ecosystems and the atmosphere”
was approved and will be funded for the next three years with 300kEuro.
Our newest project GrassClim starts! To read up on what we do where and how, click here!
Results of our project with the Anton-Auer Hauptschule Telfs are online now! (link coming soon)