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New paper accepted

Oberhuber W., Sehrt M., Kitz F. (2020) Hygroscopic properties of thin dead outer bark layers strongly influence stem diameter variations on short and long time scales in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.). Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, accepted.

Progress at forest flux tower Obermieming

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8a5fed3d-f45e-4c0f-b741-83df9c45e36f 237dc939-0bcd-4bde-9a8c-d088d78af045 3305d426-21ce-489c-9e59-021ac4d453e3Stopped by frozen soils during winter and the Corona virus in spring, Mario and Herbert, supported by Albin and Kathi, (thanks for the pics!) finally were able to make it to the site to start mounting the fence surrounding the site infrastructure so that we will be able to mount tons of sensor at the two towers in the near future – excited to finally start measurements at the site!

New paper

Kitz F., Spielmann F.M., Hammerle A., Kolle O., Migliavacca M., Moreno G., Ibrom A., Krasnov D., Noe S.M., Wohlfahrt G. (2020) Soil COS exchange: a comparison of three European ecosystems. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 34, e2019GB006202, doi: 10.1029/2019GB006202[OPEN ACCESS]

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