LUKE and the Department of Forest Sciences have collaborated for decades and shared multiple interests in the fields of forest productivity and ecosystem ecology. We now share also the same roof. This opens new possibilities not only for strengthening our collaboration links but also for sharing local infrastructure and know-how. The purpose of this event is to give a general overview of research activities, methodologies and special instrumentation that is available in both institutes as well as to identify and promote future collaborative activities.
Place: B4, Viikki
On: Thu 26 January 2017, from 13 to 16 o'clock
Please register by Jan 24: https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/76591/lomake.html
13:15-13:20 Welcome by Jaana Bäck
13:20-14:20 Ecosystem processes
Jaana Bäck - 'Forests' role in cooling the climate'
Albert Porcar-Castell - 'Optics of Photosynthesis Lab: Linking optical, biochemical and functional plant traits'
Teemu Hölttä - 'Tree water and carbon fluxes'
Kajar Köster - 'Disturbances and biogeochemistry in Boreal forests'
Raisa Mäkipää - 'Terrestrial laser scanning and automatic tree species recognition with quantitative structure models'
Aleksi Lehtonen - 'Testing different soil models against data – where do we fail?'
Raija Laiho - ‘Why and how to estimate root-mediated carbon fluxes in peatlands?’
Mikko Peltoniemi - 'Monitoring phenology with webcams'
15:40 Discussion / Free speech