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Vorträge

Wageningen University, May 01, 2017, 13:30

Thomas Foken

Wind throw, bark beetles and climate change: Research at the Waldstein site

The presentation focuses on fluxes of energy, carbon dioxide and matter in and above a Central European spruce forest. The transition from a forest affected by acid rain into a heterogeneous forest occurred as a result of wind throw, bark beetles and climate change. Scientific results obtained over the last 20 years at the FLUXNET site DE-Bay (Waldstein-Weidenbrunnen) are shown together with methods developed at the site, including the application of footprint models for data-quality analysis, the coupling between the trunk space and the atmosphere, the importance of the Damköhler number for trace gas studies, and the turbulent conditions at a forest edge. Also model studies such as higher-order closure models, Large-Eddy Simulations, and runoff models for the catchment will be compared with the experimental data. Moreover, by highlighting processes in the atmosphere it offers insights into the functioning of the ecosystem as a whole.


Bücher
http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783642254390

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Micrometeorology

Thomas Foken

Springer 2017, 2nd edition, XXI, 362 p., 90,94 € (D)

The book focusses on atmospheric processes, which directly affect human environments within the lowest 100–1000 meters of the atmosphere over regions of only a few kilometres in extent. The book is the translation into English of the third edition of the German book “Applied Meteorology – Micrometeorological Methods”. It presents, with selected examples, the basics of micrometeorology applied to disciplines such as biometeorology, agrometeorology, hydrometeorology, technical meteorology, environmental meteorology, and biogeosciences.


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http://www.springer.com/de/book/9783319493879

Neuerscheinung

Energy and Matter Fluxes of a Spruce Forest Ecosystem

Edited by Thomas Foken

Springer 2017, XV, 532 p, 181,89 € (D)

Scientific results obtained over the last 20 years at the FLUXNET site DE-Bay (Waldstein-Weidenbrunnen) are shown together with methods developed at the site, including the application of footprint models for data-quality analysis, the coupling between the trunk space and the atmosphere, the importance of the Damköhler number for trace gas studies, and the turbulent conditions at a forest edge.

 


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