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2nd international COS workshop – wrap-up

Last week 31 scientists from 16 different countries met at the conference of the University of Innsbruck in Obergurgl in order to discuss the most recent research on carbonyl sulfide in a workshop organized by the Biometeorology group. As the pictures below show a lot of serious science happened, but we also had a lot of fun!

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Leinefelde teardown

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Today Felix and Katharina are out at Leinefelde (flux tower run by Alex Knohl and his group) to bring back the COS laser and the Moni-PAM system, which have been at the site together with a SIF system (FLOX box) by MPI (Mirco Migliavacca) since September and early summer, respectively.

2nd international COS workshop

This week the international COS/OCS community is meeting at conference of the University of Innsbruck in Obergurgl in order to discuss recent advances related to research on sources/sinks of carbonyl sulfide. _MG_8348

Karolina on secondment @Univ. of Twente

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During the next 4 weeks Karolina will be on secondment with Christiaan Van der Tol at the University of Twente to work with the SCOPE model and in particular to apply it to the many field campaigns from this and last year during which she has collected extensive proximal sensing (hyperspectral reflectance, active/passive chlorophyll fluorescence) and eddy flux (CO2, H2O and COS) data.

 

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