In addition to coverage in several newspapers, the ALCH4 project was recently featured by in a TV report by RAI (external link).
We have received notice that the following manuscript was accepted by Agricultural and Forest Meteorology:
Zhao P., Hammerle A., Zeeman M., Wohlfahrt G. (2018) On the calculation of daytime CO2 fluxes measured by automated closed transparent chambers. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 263, 267-275, doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2018.08.022. [OPEN ACCESS]
The data from our longterm flux tower in Neustift (AT-Neu) has obtained a DOI via the FLUXNET 2015 data release: 10.18140/FLX/1440121 .
Last Friday Karolina was invited to present her research on chlorophyll-deficient mutants as a means to increase the planetary albedo and thus counteract global warming caused by greenhouse gas emissions at the finals of the Euregio young researcher competition and achieved the 3rd place – congratulations!
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Here a few (external) links to sites that recently covered our lake-atmosphere methane flux measurements presently conducted within the ALCH4 project in collaboration between the University of Innsbruck, the Free University of Bozen/Bolzano and CNR Ibimet.