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.
Unpacking, assembling and looking for a suitable EC location in Peru
Assemblage of our ecobot by Lorenz
Location scouting in the Andes mountains
Today Felix and Katharina left Innsbruck, their car packed with our COS-QCL, to set up the instrument for the joint flux measurements at the Leinefelde flux tower (Germany) run by Alexander Knohl.
This weekend Georg, Lorenz and Fabien headed towards Peru to bring and set up instrumentation for the “AgroClim Huaraz” project.
Packed for Peru
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