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Monday, 05.10.2009

TimeKutschenhaus
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"Opening address"

Chair: Foken, Thomas

O: Thomas Foken et al.: ExchanGE processes in mountainous Regions (EGER) – An overview ...more
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"Heterogeneous Photochemical Processes and Aerosols"

Chair: Zetzsch, Cornelius ;

Key Note 1: Christian George et al.: Photoenhanced deposition of trace gases at the interface of organic surfaces ...more
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40O 1.1: Matthias Sörgel et al.: Effects of coupling regimes and humidity on HONO concentrations in and above a spruce forest ...more
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05O 1.2: Jörg Kleffmann et al.: Gradient measurements of HONO in a forest ...more
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1600O 1.3: Eiko Nemitz et al.: Size and composition resolved aerosol fluxes above a pine forest and their response to biogenic chemistry ...more
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Tuesday, 06.10.2009

TimeKutschenhaus
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"Turbulence structure in and above forests"

Chair: Foken, Thomas ;

Key Note 2: Monique Leclerc: Unexpected Teleconnection between Vegetation Canopies and the Free Atmosphere ...more
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05O 2.2: John Finnigan et al.: The Origins of Coherent Eddy Structure in and Above Plant canopies ...more
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40O 2.5: Peter Werle: Quality assurance aspects for laser based eddy covariance measurements of atmospheric trace gases ...more
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05O 2.6: Vanessa Haverd et al.: The turbulent Lagrangian time scale in forest canopies constrained by fluxes, concentrations and source distributions ...more
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"Horizontal and vertical trace gas advection"

Chair: Meixner, Franz X ;

Key Note 3: Marc Aubinet et al.: Direct advection measurements do not help to solve the nighttime CO2 closure problem – evidence from three inherently different forests. ...more
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05O 3.2: Ronald Queck et al.: Calculating advective fluxes in tall canopies – Towards better wind speed distribution using 3D vegetation scans in high resolution ...more
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1600O 3.3: Uta Moderow et al.: The true mean vertical wind velocity – a miracle? ...more
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"Discussion forum: Energy talk"

Chair: Foken, Thomas

Forum: Thomas Foken: The energy balance closure problem – Introduction to a panel discussion ...more
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Wednesday, 07.10.2009

TimeKutschenhaus
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"Forest biogeochemistry of reactive trace gases"

Chair: Falge, Eva

Key Note 4: Jose D Fuentes: Forest biogeochemistry of reactive trace gases ...more
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40O 4.1: James Ryder et al.: Sources, sinks and chemical processing of volatile organic compounds within a South-East Asian rainforest canopy ...more
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05O 4.2: Thomas Pugh et al.: Simulating atmospheric composition over a South-East Asian tropical rainforest ...more
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05O 4.6: Claudia Breuninger et al.: Exchange of NO2 between spruces and the atmosphere is dominated by deposition ...more
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1400Poster presentations
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1600Social Event Guided Tour Töpfermuseum
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Thursday, 08.10.2009

TimeKutschenhaus
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"SVAT-Modeling and scale interactions"

Chair: Meixner, Franz X

Key Note 6: Kyaw Tha Paw U et al.: SVAT-Modeling and scale interactions ...more
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40O 6.1: Serena Marras et al.: ACASA simulations and comparison with measured fluxes over Mediterranean maquis ...more
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05O 6.2: Katharina Staudt et al.: Modeling the exchange of energy and matter within and above a spruce forest site with ACASA ...more
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05O 6.6: Ulrike Falk et al.: Cross-scale intercomparison of different approaches for measuring and modeling heat energy fluxes in West-Africa ...more
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30Concluding discussion (moderation: Prof. Dr. F.X. Meixner)
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