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New papers

Wohlfahrt G. (2017) Bi-directional COS exchange in bryophytes challenges its use as a tracer for gross primary productivity. New Phytologist 215, 923-925, doi: 10.1111/nph.14658.

Bamberger I., Ruehr N.K., Schmitt M., Gast A., Wohlfahrt G., Arneth A. (2017) Isoprene emission and photosynthesis during heat waves and drought in black locust. Biogeosciences, in press.

Advection measurement campaign at Torgnon

Beginning of July, Peng and Katharina, assisted by Marta and other ARPA staff, set up the advection equipment at the Torgnon grassland site for an extended campaign. Due to the difficult site access, our equipment was delivered by a helicopter, which created much excitement. The first picture has been taken by a drone and shows the present setup and the setup of the 2017 paper (red line) and the position of the permanent eddy flux tower (red circle).

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New paper

The EOS article, originating from the COS workshop in Hyytiälä September 2016, is now finally out:

Campbell J. L., Kesselmeier J., Yakir D., Berry J. A., Peylin P., Belviso S., Vesala T., Maseyk K., Seibt U., Chen H., Whelan M. E., Hilton T. W., Montzka S. A., Berkelhammer M. B., Lennartz S. T., Kuai L., Wohlfahrt G., Wang Y., Blake N. J., Blake D. R., Stinecipher J., Baker I., Sitch S. (2017) Assessing a new clue to how much carbon plants take up. EOS 98, doi: 10.1029/2017EO075313.

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