The coupling of the Earth's surface and the overlying atmosphere through mass and energy fluxes has an important role in atmospheric chemistry and physics in addition to boundary layer meteorology and ecosystem research. Our research group aims at increasing the fundamental understanding of atmosphere-biosphere coupling for different ecosystems and surfaces and to apply the gained information for practical applications and purposes. Our research group is part of Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR).
Eddy covariance measurements started at sisal plantation in Kenya
Gas exchange measurements with the eddy covariance method were started at world's largest sisal plantation in Kenya to measure CAM...
Workshop: 'Physical Processes in Natural Waters 2019' in Yichang, China
The 22nd 'Physical Processes in Natural Waters' workshop was held in Yichang, China, next to the Three Gorges dam, on 9-14 September 2019. The...