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Characterizing spatio-temporal patterns of net ecosystem carbon fluxes at field scale

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Research Area:
Carbon cycle, Modelling


project b1

The main goal of this project section is to identify and relate spatial and temporal structures of soil state variables like water content, soil temperature and soil nutrient content to carbon dioxide exchange fluxes in the soil-plant-atmosphere system at field scale. We aim at quantifying the sinks and sources of carbon dioxide at the soil-plant-atmosphere interface from laboratory and field experiments. Special emphasis will be placed on the combined application of a basic characterization of physic-chemical pattern of soil properties, regular soil and ecosystem carbon flux measurements and hydro-geophysical techniques to determine important state variables that determine spatial and temporal pattern of net ecosystem exchange of a mountainous grassland system.


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Michael Herbst

Dr.
Michael Herbst
Principal Investigator
in B1

FZ Jülich
Institute of Bio- & Geosciences
Agrosphere (IBG-3)

52425 Jülich
Germany

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+49 (0)2461 61 2518
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m.herbst@fz-juelich.de

 

 

Harry Vereecken

Prof. Dr.
Harry Vereecken
Principal Investigator
in B1

FZ Jülich
Institute of Bio- & Geosciences
Agrosphere (IBG-3)

52425 Jülich
Germany

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+49 (0)2461 61 4570
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h.vereecken@fz-juelich.de

 

 

Michael Hintz

Dr.
Michael Hintz
Scientist
in D6, B1

University of Cologne
Institute of
Geophysics and Meteorology

Pohligstr. 3
50969 Cologne
Germany

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+49 (0) 221 470 5161
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mhintz@meteo.uni-koeln.de

 

 

Philipp Pohlig

M.Sc.
Philipp Pohlig
Ph.D. Student
in B1

FZ Jülich
Institute of Bio- & Geosciences
Agrosphere (IBG-3)

52425 Jülich
Germany


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