Programme of the Virtual ICOS Science Conference 2020

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Tuesday, 15th September, 2020

"Bringing observers and modellers together"

Session schedule for Tuesday 15th, 2020 (day one of the conference).

 

Plenary speakers

  • Opening: TBD
  • Kutsch, Werner: ICOS – European pillar of GHG observations
  • Andrews, Arlyn: Towards an International Reference Network for Greenhouse Gases
  • Andersson, Erik: Requirements for in-situ observations to support the Copernicus CO2 monitoring service focusing on anthropogenic CO2 emissions

Coffee break

  • 164. Järvi, Leena: CarboCity project – A novel quantification and description of urban biogenic fluxes
  • Lauvaux, Thomas: Uncertainty-based analysis on constraining continental carbon exchanges from atmospheric greenhouse gas mixing ratios

Lunch break

Exhibitions and showcases

  • Poster exhibition
  • Vendor Expo
  • National Networks showcase
  • Thematic Centres Showcase

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 2 – Urban observations and detection of human emission. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 28. Prunet, Pascal: Plume detection and characterization from XCO2 imagery: Evaluation of Gaussian methods for quantifying plant and city fluxes
  • 88. van der Woude, Auke: In tandem optimisation of anthropogenic and biosphere CO₂ emissions using a simple fossil fuel emission model and C¹⁴
  • 102. Stagakis, Stavros: Quantifying biogenic carbon dioxide fluxes in an urban area
  • 144. Havu, Minttu: Improved understanding of urban street tree and soil carbon cycle
  • 189. Zazzeri, Giulia: Efficient sampling of atmospheric methane for radiocarbon analysis

Poster presentations

  • 25. Super, Ingrid: Uncertainties in a high-resolution gridded emission map and the importance for urban scale emission verification
  • 53. Liu, Yunsong: Mobile measurement of carbon dioxide and methane emissions in Cyprus
  • 77. Nathan, Brian: Tests and Implementation of a Dense-Network Urban PM2.5 Inversion System
  • 99. Feig, Gregor: Development of a long term environmental research infrastructure in South Africa
  • 136. Nitzsche, Leonard: A Dual Frequency Comb spectrometer suited for open-path greenhouse gas and trace gas detection
  • 146. Feigenwinter, Christian: Towards ICOS labelling of urban sites - review of ICOS protocols from an urban perspective
  • 156. Fleming, Leigh: Evaluating the performance of a Picarro G2207-i O₂ analyser in real-world applications
  • 158. Rivera Martinez, Rodrigo Andres: Performance of low-cost metal oxide sensors in the reconstruction of CH₄ observations at background levels and at artificial high levels generated in laboratory.
  • 165. Krautwurst, Sven: Quantifying CH₄ coal mine emissions in Upper Silesia by passive airborne remote sensing observations during CoMet

The abstracts in this session fall under Extra theme – Impact of COVID-19 lockdown on anthropogenic emissions. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 33. Ciais, Philippe: COVID-19 causes record decline in global CO2 emissions
  • 46. Politakos, Konstantinos: Inter-annual variability of Eddy Covariance CO₂ flux measurements in the city center of Heraklion, Greece
  • 131. Hoheisel, Antje: Comparison of atmospheric CO, CO₂ and CH₄ measurements at Schneefernerhaus and the mountain ridge at Zugspitze, Germany
  • 192. Ramonet, Michel: Pollution events, heatwaves, COVID lockdowns: what do we see in our recent atmospheric CO2, CH4, N2O observations in France?
  • 82. Emmenegger, Lukas: Observation of urban CO₂ emissions using spatially dense low-cost sensing and modelling

Poster presentations

  • 27. Mihalopoulos, Nikolaos: Greenhouse gases measurements at the urban environment of Athens, Greece
  • 47. Xueref-Remy, Irène: Assessing the impact of the Spring 2020 COVID-19 lockdown on atmospheric CO2 concentration in the Aix-Marseille area, France.
  • 112. Schibig, Michael F.: Influence of SARS-CoV-2 lockdown on atmospheric background CO₂ values measured at the High Altitude Research Station Jungfraujoch, Switzerland

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 4 – Innovation and uncertainty in observation techniques. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 34. Keppler, Lydia: Reconstructing sub-surface Dissolved Inorganic Carbon from observations in the Southern Ocean
  • 55. Jocher, Georg: Assessing decoupling of above and below canopy air masses and its biasing influence on EC derived forest carbon budgets at a Norway spruce stand in complex terrain
  • 64. Steinhoff, Tobias: Uncertainty analysis for calculations of the marine carbonate system
  • 68. Lindauer, Matthias: Vertical gradients of greenhouse gases at 8 German atmospheric ICOS Stations
  • 118. Schibig, Michael F.: ICOS flask sampler performance tests

Poster presentations

  • 63. Steinhoff, Tobias: A new generation of CO₂ detectors for oceanic pCO₂ measurements
  • 119. László, Haszpra: Technical note on tall-tower measurement strategy
  • 167. Defratyka, Sara: Characterization of natural gas compressor stations in Ile-de-France regions: CH4 emission rate, C2H6: CH4 ratio, and isotopic signatures
  • 174. Pfeil, Benjamin: Handling marine carbon data from raw data to data products in respect to the Sustainable Development Goals and the FAIR Data Management Principles

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 3 – Fluxes at the land-ocean-atmosphere continuum. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 37. Cooper, Chiara: Dissolved organic matter dynamics across East Anglian river-to-North Sea salinity gradients
  • 120. Sokolowsky, Liv: Poor vegetation growth after grassland renewal initially turns bog peatland with submerged drains into a large greenhouse gas source
  • 125. Esters, Leonie: Evaluation of a turbulence-based description of the air-water gas transfer velocity
  • 130. Felgate, Stacey: Pan-European monitoring of land-ocean-atmosphere carbon fluxes along the aquatic continuum
  • 140. Parampil, Sindu: Changes in atmospheric CO₂ over oceans from OCO-2

Poster presentations

  • 66. Mäki, Mari: Forest floor CO2 effluxes along a latitudinal gradient
  • 103. Canning, Anna: The Danube River Delta: CO₂ and CH₄ sources and sinks
  • 123. Humphreys, Matthew: Preliminary results from a national programme monitoring seasonal variability in air-sea CO₂ exchange and seawater pH in the intermittently stratified “transition zone” of the North Sea
  • 170. Brunner, Dominik: Atmospheric transport model analysis of methane emissions from oil- and gas-production in Romania observed during the ROMEO campaign in 2019
  • 188. Giani, Michele: Alkalinity and dissolved inorganic carbon transported by rivers into the northern Adriatic Sea
  • 199. Munassar, Saqr: Impact of applying various prior flux products on estimating CO2 fluxes derived from the Jena Carboscope regional inversion system

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 7 – Bridging remote sensing and in situ measurements of GHG and related observations. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 52. Pisek, Jan: Plausibility, validation and intercomparison of clumping index products from MISR, MODIS, POLDER, and DSCOVR EPIC EARTH observation data over European ICOS RI forest ecosystem sites
  • 79. Demol, Miro: Terrestrial laser scanning, the future of forest mensuration at ICOS
  • 138. Chen, Huilin: Comparisons of AirCore vertical profiles of greenhouse gases from an intensive RINGO campaign at Sodankylä, Finland
  • 155. Lamminpää, Otto: Satellite-based analysis on linking photosynthetic activity to different land cover types
  • 210. Humpage, Neil: Greenhouse gas column observations from a portable spectrometer in tropical Africa

Poster presentations

  • 13. Yurganov, Leonid: Variations in seawater mixing and ice concentration as main drivers for changes in methane over the Arctic seas: satellite data.
  • 182. Karppinen, Tomi: Vertical Distribution of Arctic Methane in 2009–2018 Using Ground-Based Remote Sensing
  • 204. Lopez, Morgan: Atmospheric column measurements of greenhouse gases by remote sensing techniques: from validation to network extension.

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 6 – Budgets, trends, and controls of GHG and other atmospheric constituents. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 30. Dong, Yuanxu: Factors affecting the air-sea CO2 flux in the Arctic Ocean in summer
  • 61. Bukosa, Beata: CarbonWatchNZ: Regional to National Scale Inverse Modelling of New Zealand’s Carbon Balance
  • 72. Pieber, Simone: Simulations of atmospheric CO₂ and δ¹³C-CO₂ compared to real-time observations at the high altitude station Jungfraujoch
  • 78. Watson, Andrew: Substantially larger estimates of global ocean-atmosphere fluxes of atmospheric CO₂ from surface data obtained when temperature corrections are applied
  • 87. Bakker, Dorothee C. E.: The value chain of ocean CO2 measurements

Poster presentations

  • 32. Luijkx, Ingrid: Atmospheric O₂ and CO₂ exchange in a boreal forest in Hyytiälä, Finland
  • 42. Zhang, Shuping: Remote sensing supported sea surface pCO2 estimation and variable analysis in the Baltic Sea
  • 57. Lefevre, Nathalie: Impact of Amazon propagation on the air-sea flux of CO₂ from model and observations
  • 65. Wang, Hengmao: Regional Terrestrial Ecosystem Carbon Flux Constrained with New Ground CO2 Observations in China
  • 92. Gupta, Aniket: Modeling the atmospheric fluxes in a sub-alpine critical zone monitoring network, Col du Lautaret, French Alps
  • 93. Moreaux, Virginie: Can we see it? How in situ observation networks may detect environmental impacts on ecosystem biogeochemistry.
  • 122. Florentie, Liesbeth: A satellite-based long-window/short-window inversion setup to estimate global CO₂ fluxes
  • 126. Schuster, Ute: Mid-latitude North Atlantic CO2 fluxes and biogeochemical/physical drivers of their variability
  • 128. Sauzedde, Elisa: A Case study on early snowmelt and its influence on seasonal carbon uptake in an alpine meadow (Col du Lautaret)
  • 132. Chierici, Melissa: Ocean carbon exchange and drivers from winter to summer in the Atlantic water inflow to the Arctic Ocean
  • 133. Lelandais, Ludovic: In-situ continuous atmospheric greenhouse gases (CO₂, CH₄ and CO) measurements at the OHP ICOS-Fr station tall tower in South France from July 2014 to March 2020 and related anthropogenic tracers.
  • 153. Bastos Campos, Flávio: Biological and physical controls on Water Use Efficiency across contrasting ecosystems in the alpine region
  • 169. García-Ibáñez, Maribel I.: Carbon uptake by Subantarctic Pacific waters
  • 209. Trisolino, Pamela: 5-year analysis of near-surface atmospheric CO2 in Italy by a collaborative network of four permanent observatories

Wednesday, 16th September, 2020

"Understanding the Earth's biogeochemical processes"

Session schedule for Wednesday 16th, 2020 (day two of the conference).

Plenary speakers

  • 190. Wanninkhof, Richard: Products from a surface ocean CO2 reference network, SOCONET
  • Tranvik, Lars: The carbon fluxes at the land-ocean-atmosphere continuum
  • Wu, Mousong: Using SMOS soil moisture data combining CO2 flask samples to constrain carbon fluxes during 2010-2015 within a Carbon Cycle Data Assimilation System (CCDAS)

Coffee break

  • 117. Kelly, Julia: Thermal cameras: a new tool for modeling and upscaling ecosystem respiration?
  • 152. Gerbig, Christoph: Can we see a covid-19 impact in atmospheric GHGs? A diagnostic assessment using STILT
  • 110. Sanders, Richard: Carbon Cycling along the GB Land Ocean Aquatic Continuum (LOAC)

Lunch break

Exhibitions and showcases

  • Poster exhibition
  • Vendor Expo
  • National Networks showcase
  • Thematic Centres Showcase

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 2 – Urban observations and detection of human emission. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 49. Dellaert, Stijn: Compiling a more complete inventory of public power and heat plant point source emissions in the EU
  • 51. Park, Chaerin: Tracking the Nature of Urban Carbon Cycle – the Introduction of Megacity CO₂ – Seoul Project
  • 86. Hammer, Samuel: Monitoring ffCO₂ emission hotspots using atmospheric ¹⁴CO₂ measurements
  • 187. Thomas, Kaminski: Assessing the constraint of the CO2 monitoring mission on fossil fuel emissions from power plants and a city in a regional carbon cycle fossil fuel data assimilation system
  • 201. Vogel, Felix: Urban greenhouse gas monitoring in the Greater Toronto Region, Canada

Poster presentations

  • 38. Leuenberger, Markus: Continuous observation of CO₂, O₂ and radon in Bern city are complemented with their stable isotope measurements to partition CO₂ emissions into biogenic and specific fossil fuel contributions
  • 44. Gurney, Kevin: The CO2 Emissions of US Cities: Status, Dynamics, and Comparisons
  • 54. Park, Hayoung: Assessing Emission Characteristics of Cities Using Satellite-based Observations of CO2, CO, and NO2
  • 107. Leuenberger, Markus: Evaluation of the measurement quality through the comparison of two high alpine CO2 records at the Jungfraujoch (Switzerland)
  • 115. Zheng, Bo: The potential of satellite spectro-imagery for monitoring anthropogenic CO₂ emissions from large point sources and cities in Europe
  • 127. He, Wei: Evaluating anthropogenic CO2 emissions of China estimated from atmospheric inversions of “proxy” species against tower CO2 measurements
  • 149. di Sarra, Alcide: Impact of a landifll fire on the atmospheric greenhouse gases and aerosol properties at Lampedusa
  • 171. Eckhardt, Henrik: Atmospheric Δ₄₇ as a tracer for local atmospheric CO₂ sources and sinks - a theoretical analysis of mixing effects

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 1 – Vulnerability of the Carbon Cycle. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 35. El-Madany, Tarek: How nutrient and water availability impact carbon fluxes in a semi-arid tree-grass ecosystem
  • 36. Gharun, Mana: Ecosystem functioning and recovery after two consecutive extreme years in Switzerland
  • 105. Sanders, Richard: The Integrated Ocean Carbon Observing System
  • 147. Buysse, Pauline: Short-term impacts of the summer 2019 heatwave on ecosystem functioning inferred from ICOS flux towers in France
  • 163. Gourlez de la Motte, Louis: Non-stomatal processes reduce gross primary productivity in temperate forest ecosystems during severe edaphic drought

Poster presentations

  • 16. Arora, Parth: Vulnerability of intertidal seagrass patches from fungal diseases from the coast of South Andaman, India
  • 43. Ericson, Ylva: Spatiotemporal variability of the surface water aragonite saturation state in the western Barents Sea
  • 48. Migliavacca, Mirco: The global coordination of ecosystem functional properties
  • 50. Park, Hoonyoung: Unseasonal vegetation seasonality in CMIP5 and CMIP6 simulations
  • 56. Stocker, Benjain: Can we sense plant rooting depth from above?
  • 106. Zenone, Terenzio: Biological and Environmental Controls on Evaporative Fraction of a multi-cropland site in southern Italy
  • 179. Arriga, Nicola: Two decades of carbon, water and energy fluxes from a mediterranean pine forest: San Rossore
  • 200. Dare-Idowu, Oluwakemi: Hydrological functioning of irrigated maize crops in southwest France using Eddy Covariance measurements and a land surface model

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 4 – Innovation and uncertainty in observation techniques. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 96. Skjelvan, Ingunn: Use of the unmanned surface vehicle Saildrone to validate Fixed Ocean Stations - the ATL2MED mission
  • 129. Kumar, Pramod: Local-scale atmospheric inversion for the estimation of the location and rate of CH4 and CO2 controlled releases using mobile and fixed-point measurements
  • 134. Theetaert, Hannelore: Surface water CO₂ measurements in the North Atlantic Ocean: optimize methodologies and analytical procedures.
  • 175. Raznjevic, Anja: Comparison of large eddy simulation of a point source methane plume in a slightly convective atmosphere with measurements from MEMO² campaign
  • 178. Morales, Randulph: Spatio-temporal kriging in estimating local methane sources from drone-based laser spectrometer measurements

Poster presentations

  • 11. Walter, Sylvia: MEMO²: MEthane goes MObile – MEasurements and Modelling
  • 29. Emmenegger, Lukas: High accuracy position tracking of drone flights with low-cost RTK-GPS
  • 137. Andersen, Truls: Quantifying methane emissions from coal mining ventilation shafts using a small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)- based system
  • 196. Korben, Piotr: Quantification of methane emission from oil and gas wells using Other Test Method 33a during ROMEO campaign

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 3 – Fluxes at the land-ocean-atmosphere continuum. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 22. Legge, Ollie: Carbon on the northwest European shelf: contemporary budget and future influences
  • 41. Pint, Steven: Estimations of air-sea carbon flux based on in situ CO₂ measurements at the Belgian Continental Shelf
  • 157. Kitidis, Vassilis: A Carbon-budget for the north-west European shelf - limitations and uncertainties.
  • 160. Matthews, Ruth: Quantifying the fluxes of inorganic carbon and alkalinity through UK estuaries
  • 176. Pickard, Amy: Greenhouse gas concentrations and fluxes from seven UK estuaries

Poster presentations

  • 76. Koch, Frank-Thomas: Evaluation of model-data mismatch errors in the CarboScope-Regional Inversion System
  • 98. Lefevre, Lodewijk: CongoFlux: the first flux tower of the Congo Basin Forest
  • 124. Fransson, Agneta: Storms and sea-ice processes in the high Arctic Ocean enhance wintertime ocean CO₂ uptake
  • 151. Taborski, Tom: Quantifying and revisiting canopy stomatal conductance above the maritime pine FR-Bil ICOS station, France
  • 166. Agusti-Panareda, Anna: Using ICOS flux data to estimate prior uncertainty and its impact on simulated variability of atmospheric CO2
  • 184. Rutgersson, Anna: Using land-based stations for air-sea interaction studies, issues with land influence and non-stationarity
  • 198. Mänd, Pille: Do climate-driven changes in tree hydraulics and osmolality affect VOC and NOx emissions from silver birches?

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 7 – Bridging remote sensing and in situ measurements of GHG and related observations. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 74. Scholze, Marko: Assessments of in situ and remotely sensed CO₂ observations in a Carbon Cycle Fossil Fuel Data Assimilation System to estimate fossil fuel emissions
  • 180. Henne, Stephan: Simulating CO₂ plumes from power plants at (sub-)kilometer-scale and consequences for satellite-based CO₂ emission monitoring
  • 181. Aben, Ilse: Using satellite observations to detect and quantify concentrated methane emissions
  • 194. Baier, Bianca: Towards greenhouse gas remote sensing evaluation using the AirCore atmospheric sampling system
  • 206. Zhou, Minqiang: CH4 profile retrieval from ground-based FTIR near-infrared spectra

Poster presentations

  • 97. Kivi, Rigel: Remote sensing and in situ measurements of greenhouse gases at Sodankylä, Finland
  • 161. Raj, Rahul: Evaluating time series of leaf chlorophyll content prediction from multispectral remote sensing data

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 6 – Budgets, trends, and controls of GHG and other atmospheric constituents. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 40. Ma, Jin: Inverse modelling of global carbonyl sulfide budget using TM5-4DVAR and model validation
  • 81. Kooijmans, Linda: Validation and development of carbonyl sulfide biosphere exchange in the Simple Biosphere Model (SiB4)
  • 100. Kangasaho, Vilma: Modelling seasonal cycle of atmospheric δ¹³C-CH₄ and their evaluations with δ¹³C-CH₄ observations
  • 202. Koren, Gerbrand: Resolving the diurnal cycle of Δ¹⁷O in CO₂ at the ecosystem level: Simulations and observations at the mid-latitude pine forest Loobos
  • 203. Krol, Maarten: COS-OCS: Carbonyl Sulfide, new ways of Observing the Climate System

Poster presentations

  • 12. Nadiradze, Kakha: Adaptation and mitigation Climate change and environmental degradation processes affecting all types of Agricultural activities
  • 58. Bignotti, Laura: Aerosol gradients and fluxes in a mixed oak-hornbeam forest
  • 73. Cho, Ara: Coupled chemical transport model-Biosphere model for a better understanding of CO2 and COS budgets
  • 111. Wintjen, Pascal: Forest-atmosphere exchange of reactive nitrogen in a low polluted mountain range - temporal dynamics and annual budgets
  • 121. Yeon, Bae: Evaluating the effect of the urban forest on the flux of reactive gases and aerosols in the atmosphere using WRF-CMAQ model
  • 212. Scheeren, Bert: Longterm N₂O observations at Lutjewad monitoring station: data quality, intercomparison, and trends

Thursday, 17th September, 2020

"Knowledge for shaping the future"

Schedule for Thursday 17th September, 2020 (day three of the conference).

Plenary speakers

  • 70. Thompson, Rona: Changes in Net Ecosystem Exchange over Europe During the 2018 Drought Based on Atmospheric Inversions
  • 148. Pantazatou, Karolina: Presenting ICOS data in education

Coffee break

  • 45. Petrescu, A.M.Roxana: A synthesis of European greenhouse gas emissions and their uncertainties
  • 108. Sha Mahesh, Kumar: Measurements of greenhouse gases from ground-based remote sensing and in-situ instruments and their application for satellite validation
  • NN: RINGO highlight

Lunch break

Exhibitions and showcases

  • Poster exhibition
  • Vendor Expo
  • National Networks showcase
  • Thematic Centres Showcase

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 8 – Education tools and methods. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 91. Steinbacher, Martin: The importance of training for long-term operation of atmospheric greenhouse gas observations
  • 104. Riuttanen, Laura: Learning multidisciplinary climate change competencies
  • 172. Storm, Ida: ICOS atmosphere station characterization tool
  • 185. D'Onofrio, Claudio: ICOS Data at Your Fingertips

Poster presentations

  • (Nil.)

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 1 – Vulnerability of the Carbon Cycle. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 23. Xenakis, Georgios: Impact of the 2018 drought on carbon, water and energy exchange of a mature Sitka spruce and a restock site on organo-mineral soil
  • 83. Sathyanadh, Anusha: Impact of the 2018 drought on the carbon balance of terrestrial ecosystems in Northern Sweden - integrating measurements and modelling.
  • 143. Rehder, Gregor: Extreme productivity patterns during the spring bloom 2018 in the central Baltic Sea suggest vertical nutrient shuttling: Unforeseen surprises for the fight against eutrophication in a warming world?
  • 173. Smith, Naomi: Spring enhancement and summer reduction in carbon uptake during the 2018 drought in northwestern Europe
  • 195. Rinne, Janne: Effect of the 2018 drought on methane and carbon dioxide exchange of northern mire ecosystems

Poster presentations

  • 59. Kowalska, Natalia: Analysis of floodplain forest sensitivity to drought
  • 60. Herberich, Maximiliane: Resistance and resilience of semi-natural plant communities to extreme drought
  • 62. van den Brink, Liesbeth: The role of drought on element release and the velocity of litter decomposition
  • 208. Beauclaire, Quentin: Proofs of non-stomatal limitations of potato photosynthesis during drought by using eddy covariance data

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 4 – Innovation and uncertainty in observation techniques. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 21. Darenova, Eva: Effect of summer drought on soil CO₂ efflux in four forest ecosystems
  • 84. Karstens, Ute: Assessment of regional atmospheric transport model performance using ²²²Radon observations
  • 94. Klosterhalfen, Anne: Two-level Eddy Covariance Measurements Improve Land-atmosphere Flux Exchange Estimates over a Heterogeneous Boreal Forest Landscape
  • 101. Hofmann, Magdalena: Measuring isotopic N₂O, CO₂ and CH₄ soil flux with Cavity Ring-Down Spectrometer for soil flux measurements
  • 183. Kruijt, Bart: Towards operational quantification of GHG exchange in heterogeneous agricultural landscapes and experimental plots

Poster presentations

  • 31. Vaidya, Shrijana: A novel robotic chamber system allowing to accurately and precisely determining spatio-temporal CO₂ flux dynamics of heterogeneous croplands
  • 207. Zhao, Junbin: Gap-filling continuously-measured flux data: a highlight of time-series-based methods
  • 213. O'Neill, Macdara: From leaf to ecosystem: seasonal CO₂ exchange over a winter oilseed rape crop

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 5 – Carbon exchange of atmosphere and reservoirs with long-term storage potential, and its verification. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 18. Leseurre, Coraline: CO₂ increase and ocean acidification in the Southern Indian Ocean over the last two decades
  • 26. Macovei, Vlad: Long-term intercomparison of two pCO₂ instruments based on ship-of-opportunity measurements in the Skagerrak
  • 75. Althuizen, Inge: Annual ecosystem carbon budgets across an abrupt permafrost thaw gradient in Northern Norway
  • 113. Fer, Istem: Operational decision tools for climate change mitigation: a case study for agricultural systems
  • 142. Davila, Xabier: How is the Ocean Anthropogenic Reservoir Filled?

Poster presentations

  • 14. Mamkin, Vadim: Ecosystem СО₂ fluxes in an undisturbed mature spruce forest and adjacent clear-cut in southern taiga of European Russia
  • 135. Grünwald, Thomas: Greenhouse Gas Emissions from two Reservoirs in East Germany: Mechanisms and Quantification
  • 168. Tong, Cheuk Hei Marcus: The net ecosystem carbon balance of a nutrient-poor drained peatland forest in boreal Sweden
  • 211. Lange, Holger: Dynamics of carbon fluxes at different temporal scales for a youg spruce plantation

Oral presentations

  • (Nil.)

Poster presentations

  • (Nil.)

The abstracts in this session fall under Theme 6 – Budgets, trends, and controls of GHG and other atmospheric constituents.. For the full abstracts, click on the abstract numbers, or see the list of all abstracts.

Oral presentations

  • 39. Schrader, Frederik: Research infrastructures as modular platforms for reactive nitrogen deposition monitoring
  • 89. Zweifel, Roman: Variability in annual tree growth – how much determination of the past is in the present response?
  • 95. Skeie, Ragnhild: Recent trends in sources and sinks of methane
  • 159. Aki, Tsuruta: Spatial and temporal distribution of European CH₄ emissions from process-based models and CTE-CH₄ atmospheric inverse model
  • 162. Kohonen, Kukka-Maaria: Environmental drivers of GPP derived from CO₂, COS and SIF measurements

Poster presentations

  • 19. Bigaignon, Laurent: Towards an improved N2O budget inventory from 10 site-years measurement and analysis of key drivers
  • 71. Muller, Jennifer B. A.: Can multi-tracer analysis of tall tower concentration measurements be used for fingerprinting methane sources?
  • 85. Tong, Xin: Nocturnal surface fluxes of N₂O and CH₄ determined from atmospheric measurements at the Cabauw tall tower
  • 114. Galkowski, Michal: Improving estimates of emissions of methane and carbon dioxide from strong emission region using analytical inversion system coupled with WRF-GHG tagged tracer simulations
  • 150. Menoud, Malika: Characterisation of methane sources in Krakow, Poland, using high temporal resolution isotopic composition measurements
  • 154. Tenkanen, Maria: Utilizing Remote Sensing of the Soil Freeze/Thaw State to Estimate Cold Season Methane Emissions in the Northern Hemisphere
  • 177. Miller, Scot: A comparison of recent trends in methane emissions from China, the US, and Europe
  • 186. Lakomiec, Patryk: Isotopic composition of methane from Swedish wetlands
  • 191. Maazallahi, Hossein: CH₄ emissions from oil and gas productions in Romania; an analysis of emission inventory reports and measurement-based data from ROMEO campaign
  • 197. Aalto, Tuula: Precipitation and temperature controls over wetland methane emissions estimated by atmospheric inversion modeling