New project funded

Albin Hammerle’s project on merging COS flux measurements and sun-induced fluorescence to constrain gross primary productivity will be funded through a young investigator grant by the University of Innsbruck.
COS-tower
Bild: COS flux measurements in Soro (Den) (Credit: F. Spielmann, A. Hammerle)

Albin Hammerle’s project on merging COS flux measurements and sun-induced fluorescence to constrain gross primary productivity will be funded through a young investigator grant by the University of Innsbruck.

The overarching aim of the new project is to quantify and reduce the uncertainty of
GPP estimates and thus support a more reliable parameterisation of GPP in land surface
models and thus ultimately reduce the uncertainty of future projections of the global land
carbon cycle.