The one-week workshop united experts on greenhouse (GHG) gas flux measurements, data processing, and data uncertainty with flux processing applications in natural and urban environments.
The workshop included keynote lectures from some of the most outstanding scholars in the field, combined with demonstrations and hands-on sessions on soil flux, eddy covariance, and data processing. Topics ranged from equipment setup, data handling, flux processing, gap filling, partitioning, and footprint analysis, to applications in phenology, modeling, urban system analysis, and methane leak detection in urban areas.
The event also provided a great platform to network, as well as the unique opportunity to discuss individual research questions and to initiate new collaborative projects with outstanding scientists. More than 49 poster presentations provided insights into the most current research, and three student presentations were awarded. In total, 112 attendees from 22 countries (Europe and North America) participated in the workshop.
Detailed information on the event and all keynote and poster abstracts, many available as Poster-PDF downloads, are provided here.