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Zhao, P*; L├╝ers, J; Foken, T; Tenhunen, JD: Spatial assessment of atmosphere-ecosystem exchanges via micrometeorological measurements and footprint modelling
Poster, EGU General Assembly 2010, Vienna: 2010-05-02 - 2010-05-07

Abstract:
Anthropogenic impacts on natural and managed ecosystems have increased to alarming levels during recent years. Ecosystem functions are modified as a result, which has an apparent influence on ecosystem services, i.e., agricultural and forest products, water discharge into rivers and streams, water quality, biodiversity, etc.. TERRECO, a joint activity of the University of Bayreuth in Germany, Kangwon National University in Korea, and Korean Forest Research Institute, focuses the goal on building a bridge between ecosystem performance in mountainous terrain and derived ecosystem services that are critical for human well being. As a sub-program of TERRECO, our study is concentrated in Haean-Myun Catchment, an intensively used landscape within Soyang Lake watershed including Soyang Lake Reservoir, and a sub-catchment of the Han River system which drains 26% of the land surface of South Korea.

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