2nd Nordic ICOS Symposium, 24 - 25 October, Gothenburg, Sweden

"Sources and Sinks of Greenhouse Gases"

Preliminary program:

Side event

Nordic ICOS Technician Meeting, 22-23 October 2019

Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Field excursion to the Research Catchment Skogaryd:
The bus for the excursion is leaving from Gothenburg Central Station at 12 pm and will be back at around 6-7 pm. During the excursion, we will offer Swedish Fika.
More details on the excursion will come later.

Thursday, 24 October, 10.30 - 18.00

Opening session
Introduction by GU Science Faculty Dean Göran Hilmersson
Invited speaker Annalea Lohila: More than two decades of greenhouse gas research in the Nordics - what have we learned and what is there in front of us?
Coffee break
Stakeholders' views on the societal relevance of ICOS data
Invited speaker Åsa Kasimir: IPCC methodology for National GHG reporting - room for improvements?
Invited speaker Richard Sanders: TBA
Otto Bruun: Ecosystem based climate solutions supporting negative emissions in Sweden - potentials, trade-offs, and opportunities. (Abstract)
Pernille Almlund: Perception of ICOS' research and data among ICOS Denmark participants - a potential gap between science, policy-making, and climate action. (Abstract)
Lunch with poster session
Researchers' views on how ICOS data can be used to respond to the societal needs
Invited speaker Aki Tsuruta: Role of Nordic ICOS atmospheric CH4 measurements in estimation of regional CH4 budgets driven by an atmospheric inverse model.(Abstract)
Invited speaker Lars Eklundh: ICOS ecosystem measurements in support of remote sensing analysis and - vice versa.(Abstract)
Leena Järvi: Sources and sinks of local-scale CO2 fluxes in a Nordic city of Helsinki. (Abstract)
Coffee break
Extreme weather conditions 2018 and implications for the ecosystem processes.
Invited speaker Ana Bastos: Seasonal hydro-ecological feedbacks during the 2018 drought in Europe.
Invited speaker Anders Lindroth: Effects of drought on forest carbon and water cycles in Fennoscandia.
Kim Pilegaard: Evaluating the effect of the 2018 drought on the NEE in the Sorø beech forest by means of time-series analysis.(Abstract)
Summing up: Opportunities and challenges for ICOS RI usefulness in the Nordic countries.
Symposium dinner at Wijkanders

Friday, 25 October, 8.00 - 15.15

Ecosystem-atmosphere process studies as a tool to assess the GHG fluxes
Invited speaker Patrick Crill: Examples of methane dynamics from the Stordalen arctic mire system.
Alisa Krasnova: An overview of the carbon exchange components (NEE, GPP, Reco) of an old hemiboreal pine forest: the influence of the u∗ threshold choice.(Abstract)
Lauri Heiskanen: Carbon dioxide and methane exchange of a patterned subarctic peatland by eddy covariance and chamber methods.(Abstract)
Janne Rinne: 13C signatures of methane emission from a hemiboreal Mycklemossen bog at microtopographic and field scale.(Abstract)
Mika Korkiakoski: Multi-year N2O flux measurements reveal high temporal variation and freeze-thaw cycles in a fertile forested peatland.(Abstract)
Coffee break
Lukas Kohl: A controlled environment chamber system for high frequency of leaf level CH4 exchange measurements: setup, operating principles, and initial results.(Abstract)
Teodora Todorcic Vekic: Effect of calcareous and non-calcareous amendments on fertilizer-induced N2O emissions in a clay loam in SE Norway.(Abstract)
New methods and development of air-sea gas exchange studies
Anna Rutgersson: Using land-based stations for air-sea interaction studies.(Abstract)
Lucia Gutierrez-Loza: Air-sea methane fluxes from eddy covariance in the Baltic Sea.(Abstract)
Meike Becker: Regional fluxes of CO2 on the northern European shelf.(Abstract)
Invited speaker Alex Vermeulen et al., ICOS ERIC Carbon Portal: Information on current and future data and tools for researchers, education, and policymaking.
Lunch with poster session
Assessing landscape to regional scale fluxes
Katerina Trepekli: Assessing the potential capabilities of UAV-Lidar scanners, thermal and multispectral cameras to upscale energy heat fluxes in ICOS stations.(Abstract)
Shuping Zhang: Retrieval of pCO2 for Baltic Sea with remote sensing approaches.(Abstract)
Uwe Raffalski: Open-path mid-range remote sensing techniques for GHG emission fluxes - A suitable approach to improve up-scaling of spot measurements?(Abstract)
Ragnhild B. Skeie: Recent trends in sources and sinks of methane.(Abstract)
Jinshu Chi: Integrative assessment of terrestrial and aquatic fluxes of carbon dioxide, methane, and dissolved organic carbon in a managed boreal forest landscape in Sweden.(Abstract)
Guillaume Monteil: Inverse modelling estimate of European NEE using ICOS and pre-ICOS observations (EUROCOM project).(Abstract)
Summing up

Poster session

Laura Heimsch et al. Comparison of CO2 fluxes and carbon balance measured at two agricultural grasslands with contrasting soil types in Finland.(Abstract)
Erica Jaakkola et al. Impacts of European spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus) on Norway spruce (Picea abies) BVOC emissions.(Abstract)
Geerte De Jong et al. Comparing productivity of old growth and production forests in Sweden.(Abstract)
Sofia Junttila et al. Influence of the Spatial Heterogeneity of Vegetation on Carbon Fluxes in Nordic Ecosystems.(Abstract)
Julia Kelly et al. Can thermal imagery improve ecosystem respiration modelling and UAV-based upscaling?(Abstract)
Anne Klosterhalfen et al. Eddy Covariance Flux Measurements from a Tall Tower in Northern Sweden: a Footprint Analysis. (Abstract)
Natascha Kljun et al. Norunda clear-cut - a large scale experiment at an ICOS-Sweden site
Lukas Kohl et al. Spatial and temporal variation in potential soil CH4 consumption rates in a northern boreal watershed .(Abstract)
Lukas Kohl et al. Interferences of volatile organic compounds (VOC) on methane concentration measurements.(Abstract)
Jan Ivar Korsbakken et al. High-resolution simulations of ecosystem CO2 fluxes in Scandinavia using the Community Land Model.(Abstract)
Patryk Łakomiec et al. Methane emissions from a palsa-mire underlayed by sporadic permafrost under rapid degradation.(Abstract)
Holger Lange et al. The terrestrial ICOS site NO-Hur: recent activites and future plans.(Abstract)
Zhao Li Warming induced increasing ratio between the carbon uptake and loss caused the enhanced atmospheric CO2 amplitude in the boreal regions.(Abstract)
Efrén López-Blanco et al. Enriched nitrogen availability strengthens the net C uptake of the northernmost ecosystem station in Greenland.(Abstract)
Elisa Männistö et al. Multi-year methane ebullition measurements from water and bare peat surfaces of a patterned boreal bog.(Abstract)
Eduardo Martínez García et al. Greenhouse gas exchange in a northern Swedish managed boreal forest landscape estimated by biometric and chamber-based methods.(Abstract)
Mikhail Mastepanov et al. A modern automatic chamber technique as a powerful tool for CH4 and CO2 flux monitoring.(Abstract)
Jessica Page et al. Carbon Emissions and Sequestrations in Urban Landscapes and their Various and Changing Land and Water Covers.(Abstract)
Ross Petersen et al. BVOC emission measurements at ICOS station Norunda.(Abstract)
Anuliina Putknen et al. Spatial and temporal variation in potential soil CH4 consumption rates in a northern boreal watershed . (Abstract)
Anusha Sathyanadh et al. Analysis of the 2018 drought characteristics using tall tower CO2 and CH4 concentration and meteorological measurements at the ICOS Svartberget observation site. (Abstract)
Cheuk Hei Marcus Tong et al. Impact of forestry-drained peatlands on forest floor greenhouse gas fluxes and ecosystem carbon balance in boreal Sweden.(Abstract)
Elisa Vainio et al.The role of trees in the CH4 flux of boreal Scots pine forest. (Abstract)
Henriikka Vekuri et al. CO2 balance of agricultural grassland on peat - A comparison of chamber and eddy covariance measurements.(Abstract)
Magdalena Wallman et al. Nitrous oxide emissions during one year from five fertilizer treatments in Swedish grain production.(Abstract)


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