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Presentations of TERENO International Conference 2014

Monday, September 29, 2014

Session S11 Greenhouse gases exchange from sites to regions
Mat Williams Scaling carbon dioxide exchange from sites to regions
Klaus Butterbach-Bahl Soil-atmosphere trace gas exchange: the importance of lateral water fluxes and groundwater as controlling variables
Hilton PintoMitigating Climate Change in Brazilian Agriculture Sector: Carbon in Soil Monitoring
Edwin HaasLandscapeDNDC - A process based model for biogeochemical ecosystem simulations from site to the regional scale: Applications, uncertainty quantification on the regional scale, coupled hydraulic nutrient transport and ecosystem biogeochemistry at catchment scale
Rüdiger GroteDifferentiated Disturbance Effects on Carbon Exchange of Forest Ecosystems
Shurong LiuSpatial distribution of hydroxylamine and its role to aerobic N2O formation in a Norway spruce forest soil
Chuixiang (Tree) YiIs the dry zone of the land shifting poleward?
Benjamin WolfReal-time measurement of site specific N2O isotopic composition above intensively managed grassland reveals controls on N2O source process dynamicss
Georg WohlfahrtMore than just CO2: Multiple trace gas exchange measurements at a temperate mountain grassland
Jinkyu HongMeasurements of Surface Fluxes at City-Atmosphere Interfaces: Case Studies at High Residential Area and Urban Park in Seoul Metropolitan Area
Daniel Weymann Importance of dissolved greenhouse gases leached from soil: insights from the lysimeter network TERENO- SoilCan

Session S7 Remote Sensing of Land surfaces
Dara Entekhabi Sensing Global Surface Soil Moisture Using NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Mission and its Applications to Terrestrial Water, Energy and Carbon Cycles
Michael Rast From Earth Explorers to Sentinels: ESA’s Earth Observation Programmes – achievements, current status and plans for the future
Thomas JagdhuberTERENO observatories - valdiation sites for a sar-based soil moisture retrieval under vegetation cover
Daniel SpenglerApparent Thermal Inertia for Soil Moisture Estimation in Agricultural Areas using Airborne Remote Sensing
Stefanie Elste (PA: Cornelia Gläßer)Multitemporal RapidEye-data analyses of semi arid natural vegetation in the Negev, Israel along an climate gradient to assess and monitor the land use changes

Session S6 Novel Approaches in Biodiversity and Ecosystem Monitoring
Christoph L. Häuser Observing and monitoring biodiversity - new horizons and persistent challenges
Peter Fleischer The impact of ecological pressures and pulses on the forest ecosystems in the Tatra National Park, Slovakia
Karin Pirhofer-WalzlThe Agricultural Landscape Laboratories (AgroScapeLabs): a research platform to study relationships between biodiversity, ecosystem functions and land use at the landscape scale
Ben SparrowCollecting Basal area information from field photography
Mark FrenzelFarmland bird abundance in Central Germany: trend analysis based on species traits and land use
Jeroen EveraarsTrait dependent responses and stability of bee communities as an indicator for the provision of pollination services

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

S12 Networking of long-term infrastructures for terrestrial research
Michael Mirtl The European landscape of biodiversity and ecosystem research infrastructures: status, perspectives and TERENO´s role as “best practice” example for terrestrial RIs
Steve Banwart Global Experimental Design using Critical Zone Observatories – the Update from Beijing
Mathias HerbstStandardizing and maintaining micrometeorological long-term observations – First experiences from the ICOS approach
Karsten H. JensenThe Danish Hydrological Observatory HOBE
Jerome GaillardetThe CRITEX program : a multidisciplinary equipment program for investigating the Critical Zone
Nikki ThurgateIntroducing Australia's Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network; linking disciplines for better environmental outcomes

S3 Improving water quality management using new water quality modeling and observation strategies
Andrew Wade New insights into hydrochemical processes in lowland river systems gained from in situ, sub daily monitoring
Stefan Krause Hot spots and hot moments of biogeochemical cycling at aquifer-river interfaces
Seifeddine JomaaNitrogen Load Estimates in Central Germany using Hydrological Water Quality Modelling and High Resolution Monitoring
Gunnar LischeidKettle holes: Hot-spots of biodiversity, carbon dynamics and greenhouse gas emissions in an agricultural landscape
Michael HollawayA multi-model uncertainty assessment of phosphorus transport using high-frequency data from the River Eden catchment, Cumbria
Qi ZhangChanges in water storage and water quality in the largest freshwater lake (Poyang Lake) in China and effects of the Three Gorges Dam

S4 Modeling the Hydrological System – Balancing of Complexity and Uncertainty
Thorsten Wagener Understanding hydrologic partitioning: Combining mechanistic modeling, global sensitivity analysis and signature exploration to understand controls on catchment-scale hydrologic behavior
Julian Koch Spatial patterns in hydrological modeling: Benchmarked by the human perception – Evaluating against real data - Diagnosing complex model defects
Pia GottschalkFrom site measurements to spatial modelling ¬ multi- criteria model evaluation
Benjamin FerschRegional water balance analysis with an atmosphere to groundwater coupled hydrometeorological model for the pre-alpine TERENO region
Edward SudickyA Physically-Based Modelling Approach to Assess the Impact of Climate Change on Surface and Groundwater Resources within the Grand River Watershed, Ontario, Canada
Gunnar LischeidModelling the hydrological signatures of a complex landscape: The Quillow Catchment (TERENO North-East)
Michael StockingerSeasonal Soil Moisture Patterns Control Transit Time Distributions in a Forested Headwater Catchment

S15 Management and integration of environmental observation data*
Antonio RogmannUsing Spatial Data Infrastructure principles and services to improve management and availability of heterogeneous data for research and decision making on climate change and adapted land use in West-Africa – the case of WASCAL in West-Africa
Anusuriya DevarajuA generic data framework for processing and assessing heteregeneous observation data
Klaus-Dieter MisslingData Management and Long Term Archiving of Remote Sensing and In-situ Data at DFD - Status and Trends
Karsten RinkA Data Management Workflow for Verification, Integration and Visualisation of Heterogeneous Environmental Data

S5 Environmental monitoring to quantify ecosystem
Martin Forsius Modelling and evaluating long-term impacts on ecosystem services: experiences from LTER-site research
Güledam BaysalAnalyzing the Land Use /Cover Changes and Their Impacts on Ecosystem Services Using Vegetation Indices in Upper East Region of Ghana
Humberto da RochaA combined observational network and hydrological modelling to address water environmental services in watershed scale
Gerald JurasinskiFive years of transition – atmospheric C-exchange dynamics of a coastal fen after rewetting
Christopher(Kit) McleodTheory and practice of observing and manipulating grassland ecosystem services from the plot to catchment scale
Johanna UnteneckerTracking land-use changes from heterogeneous spatial data as tool for biodiversity and greenhouse gas monitoring in the nature park Drömling (Germany)

S2 Transferring local Understanding of Vadose Zone Processes to the Landscape Scale
Peter Finke State, challenges and options of pedogenetic modelling at pedon and landscape scales
Inge WiekenkampSpatial and Temporal Patterns of Preferential Flow at the Catchment Scale
Meisam RezaeiEstimation of the spatial distribution of soil hydraulic characteristics using apparent soil electrical conductivity as proxy data
Sreelash Krishnan KuttyQuantifying the uncertainties in the estimation of multilayered soil hydraulic properties at a catchment scale
Stefano FerrarisSoil moisture and water potential vertical profiles information about the rootzone: from the plot to the catchment scale.

Wednesday, 01st October 2014

S10 Crossing Time Scales: From Paleo Records to Present Day Change
Bas van Geel Environmental monitoring based on palaeo-records
Mark Gessner Lake monitoring and recently observed limnological changes
Iris HeineReconstruction of former lake levels of groundwater- fed lakes in northeastern Germany using RapidEye archive data
Knut KaiserMulti-decadal lake-level dynamics in north-eastern Germany as derived by a combination of gauging, proxy-data and modelling
Ulrike KienelLinking diatom deposition in Lake Tiefer See (NE Germany) with the spring temperature gradient
Sonia SimardProcess-based modeling of daily growth as a function of environmental forcing in mixed temperate forests
Ingo HeinrichClimate reconstructions from tree-ring widths for the last 850 years and the need for new tree-ring proxies in northern Poland

S1 Quantifying Water Scarcity under Data Scarcity
Justin Sheffield Drought and Flood Monitoring and Forecasting for Sub-Sahara African Water Resources and Food Security
Nick van de Giesen Hydrological ground measurements, remote sensing (and models)
Eyal RotenbergEvaluating the water fluxes from vegetation ecosystems along precipitation gradient in the dry Mediterranean region
Jutta Metzger Evaporation measurements at the Dead Sea
Theresa MannschatzData collection and visualization of water services: Applications for nexus governance in Africa

S8 Coupled processes in soil-plant-atmosphere systems across scales
Raymond Desjardins Challenges in Scaling Up Flux Measurements of Carbon Dioxide, Methane and Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Terrestrial Ecosystems
Christopher Duffy The Catchment Isoscape: A Meta-Model for Stable Isotope Tracers at the Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory
Franziska KoebschControls for multi-scale temporal variation in ecosystem methane exchange during the growing season of a permanently inundated fen
Fabian EderMeso-scale eddies contribute to near-surface turbulent exchange: evidence from field measurements
Martin WegehenkelModelling of hourly evapotranspiration and soil water contents at the grass-covered boundary-layer field site Falkenberg, Germany
Morten Andreas Dahl LarsenIntegrated Climate and Hydrology Modelling – catchment scale coupling of a regional climate model and a hydrological Model)
Clemens DrüeInvestigation of connections between water budget components and soil water content distribution on a forested site
Samuli LauniainenLeaf area and soil controls of boreal forest water, energy and carbon fluxes – a modeling study over a stand rotation
Stéphanie GoffinModeling soil CO2 production and transport to investigate the intra-day variability of surface efflux and soil CO2 concentration measurements in a Scots Pine Forest (Pinus Sylvestris, L.)
Prabhakar Shrestha Quantifying the effect of model scales with the inclusion of groundwateron simulated surface-energy fluxes
Samiro KhodayarSensitivity of soil moisture initialization for decadal predictions under different regional climatic conditions in Europe

S13 Innovative Sensing Methods for the Critical Zone
Henry Lin Mesoscopes for Hydropedology in the Critical Zone
Marek Zreda Overview of potential applications of cosmic-ray probe in hydrology
Mie AndreasenCosmic-ray neutron intensities at a forest site - determination of soil moisture, biomass and canopy interception
Eline HaarderEstimation of recharge using cross-borehole electrical resistivity tomography from long-term monitoring of saline tracer
Christian von HebelCombined satellite and proximal soil sensing approach for improved catchment characterization

Thursday, 02nd October 2014

S9 Monitoring and data assimilation: predicting states and fluxes
Markus Reichstein (PA: Nuno Carvalhais) From observation to prediction through model-data integration: the importance of multiple constraints
Rolf Reichle Global estimates of surface and root zone soil moisture from the assimilation of satellite microwave observations into a land surface model
Natasha MacBeanHow best to optimize a global process-based carbon land surface model?
Damiano PasettoAssimilation of four-dimensional soil moisture response to assess the saturated hydraulic conductivity at the Landscape Evolution Observatory: a sensor failure analysis
Tongren XuEstimating Vegetation Transpiration and Soil Evaporation Sequences with a Dual Source Variational Data Assimilation Scheme
Albin HammerleFuture scenarios of soil water availability at managed grassland ecosystems in the Austrian Alps
Xujun HanMODIS Land Surface Temperature Assimilation and Verification at Rur Catchment

S14 Ecotrons and lysimeters: Complementary tools for observation and experimentation on the critical zone
Abad Chabbi Ecosystem research: towards an integrated research infrastructures paradigm
Corinne Leyval On the use of lysimeters and ecotrons to study the fate of pollutants in soil plant ecosystems
Aline Navel (PA: Jean M.F. Martins)Evaluation of plants effect on the mobility of heavy metals in a phytoremediation action of the ancient zinc mine the Avinières (St Laurent le Minier, France)
Georg FrenckClimAgro- understanding the anthropogenic and natural drivers of water balance in changing alpine grasslands using a network of small-scale lysimeters
Ralf KieseImpacts of climate change on carbon and nitrogen cycling of (pre-) alpine grassland ecosystems under intensive and extensive management – a climate sequence lysimeter study
Minghua ZhouNitrate leaching and soil N2O emissions and their responses to different nitrogen management options in a rainfed wheat-maize rotation system, Southwest China