TIME: WEDNESDAY 7 December 2022 AT 9 AM CET
PLACE: ZOOM (ONLINE)
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The summer of 2022 was extremely dry in Europe. This affected plant functioning and reduced the ability of plants to take up CO₂. Using CTE-HR, a new model that allows for rapid estimation of European CO₂ fluxes at high resolution, the speaker Auke van der Woude, will quantify this drought response. Additionally, he will discuss this response from a mechanistic viewpoint.
Auke van der Woude is a PhD student in a joint programme at the University of Groningen and Wageningen University. By combining different sources of data with atmospheric observations, he aims to enhance our knowledge of European carbon exchange.
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