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Project D2


Experimental study of spatio-temporal structures in atmosphere-land surface energy, water and CO2 exchange

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Research Area:
Meteorology, Remote Sensing, Plant Sciences, Photosynthesis


project d2

Comprehensive information on the atmospheric state is continuously gathered at the Jülich Observatory for Cloud Evolution (JOYCE, www.geomet.uni-koeln.de/joyce) by various instruments, e.g., cloud radar, microwave radiometer, infrared spectrometer, total sky imager, Doppler wind lidar, ceilometers, radiation sensors. Analysis focuses on atmospheric boundary layer characteristics and in collaboration with D6 on the evaluation of large eddy simulations. Additionally, two intensive measurement campaigns were carried out in 2012 and 2013 covering the measurement area of the TR-32. For the first time the high performance imaging spectrometer 'HyPlant' was used. The imaging sensor measures reflected and emitted radiation of a vegetation canopy with unprecedented high resolution in the red and infrared region. The signal is used to derive different vegetation parameters and also allows the quantification of sun-induced fluorescence. Sun-induced fluorescence is used to estimate the photosynthetic activity of vegetation and their reaction to drought and extreme temperatures and is currently assimilated in modelling approaches with the aim to improve the estimates of photosynthetic carbon uptake rates and GPP. Modelling approaches include the assimilation of the remote sensing data in CLM and also a functional representation of canopy energy fluxes and fluorescence via SCOPE.


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8 Member(s):

Susanne Crewell

Prof. Dr.
Susanne Crewell
Principal Investigator
in D2, Z3, MGK

University of Cologne
Institute of
Geophysics and Meteorology

Pohligstr. 3
50969 Cologne
Germany

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crewell@meteo.uni-koeln.de

 

 

Uwe Rascher

Prof. Dr.
Uwe Rascher
Principal Investigator
in D2

FZ Jülich
Institute of Bio- and Geoscience
IBG-2: Plant Sciences

52425 Jülich
Germany

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u.rascher@fz-juelich.de

 

 

Andreas Wahner

Prof. Dr.
Andreas Wahner
Principal Investigator
in D2

FZ Jülich
Institute of Energy & Climate Research
Troposphere (IEK-8)

52425 Jülich
Germany

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+49 (0)2461 61 5346
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a.wahner@fz-juelich.de

 

 

Maria Matveeva

Master of Science
Maria Matveeva
Scientist
in D2

FZ Juelich
Institute of Bio- & Geosciences
Plant Sciences (IBG-2)

52425 Juelich
Germany

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+49 (0)2461 61 4826

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m.matveeva@fz-juelich.de

 

 

Anke Schickling

Dr.
Anke Schickling
associated Scientist
in D2

FZ Jülich
Institute of Bio- & Geosciences
Plant Sciences (IBG-2)

52425 Jülich
Germany

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a.schickling@fz-juelich.de

 

 

Giulia Tagliabue

Master of Science
Giulia Tagliabue
Scientist
in D2

FZ Jülich
Institute of Bio- & Geosciences
Plant Sciences (IBG-2)

52425 Jülich
Germany

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g.tagliabue@fz-juelich.de

 

 

Tobias Marke

Master of Science
Tobias Marke
Ph.D. Student
in D2

University of Cologne
Institute of
Geophysics and Meteorology

Pohligstr. 3
50969 Cologne
Germany

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tmarke@meteo.uni-koeln.de

 

 

Sebastian Wieneke

Sebastian Wieneke
Ph.D. Student
in D2

University of Cologne
Institute of
Geophysics and Meteorology

Pohligstr. 3
50969 Cologne
Germany

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+49 (0)221 470 2961
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swieneke@meteo.uni-koeln.de

 

 


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