Prof. Dr. Thomas Foken

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Vorträge

Klimawandel in Oberfranken: Hitze, Dürre, Hagel – was kommt noch auf uns zu?

27.11.2018, 19:30 im Kulturraum Karmelitenstr., Glasanbau Neues Rathaus Gundelsheim

Weltweit leiden schon jetzt zahlreiche Menschen unter den Folgen des Klimawandels. Der aktuelle Bericht des Weltklimarates vom Oktober 2018 zeigt, dass die Situation sehr ernst ist. Auch in Oberfranken machen sich die Folgen der raschen Erderwärmung spür- und sichtbar. Klimaforscher Thomas Foken spricht über den bereits eingetretenen menschenverursachten Klimawandel und seine weitere Entwicklung sowie die Auswirkungen für Oberfranken.



20th Anniversary of Hyytiälä EUROFLUX Workshop, Hyytiälä Finland, Dec. 10-14, 2018

Thomas Foken

The effect of forest heterogeneity on turbulent fluxes


Projekte

Springer Handbook of Atmospheric Measurements

Editor: Thomas Foken

The topic of measurements in the atmosphere is not only of interest to the meteorologist and for the purpose of weather forecasting and climate research but also increasingly important in environmental physics and ecology. The book covers more than just the classical meteorological measurements and is divided into five parts: basics of measurements, classical in-situ measurements, remote sensing techniques for ground-based and aircraft- or space-based application, and complex measurements and methods that use different techniques. As well, a short link is made to measurements in the soil, in the water, at plants, and in the urban and rural environment, which are more and more necessary for observation of the interfaces to other geosystems. The knowledge of many scientists who are specialists in this field or who have had a great influence on the development of these techniques will be made available for the reader of this book. The book will be absolutely essential for all students, researchers, and technicians making measurements in the atmosphere and the adjacent environments or interpreting data, or those using these data in modelling studies. It will include a large number of tables with physical data, sensors and system characteristics, as well as numerous figures and schematics.

The book will be published in 2019