TERENO workshop 2019


TERENO workshop 2019: program and presentations


TERENO Workshop 2019 – GFZ Potsdam

1. Welcome – Reinhard Hüttl, GFZ

2. TERENO Status report 2019 – Harry Vereecken, FZJ

3. 2018 - A climatological view on an outstanding year – Florian Imbery DWD

4. The SMEAR: integrated research infrastructure concept and insights in its potential – Jaana Bäck, Uni Helsinki

5. Characteristics of surface evaporation – local and global perspectives – Dani Or, ETH Zürich

6. Effects of land-use change on land-atmosphere exchange processes in Indonesia – Alexander Knohl, Uni Göttingen

7. The coevolution of heat waves and soil moisture droughts: past, present, future – Luis Samaniego, UFZ

8. The year 2018 in a long-term perspective derived from documentary data – Rüdiger Glaser, Uni Freiburg

9. Application oriented monitoring of agrarian ecosystems and localization of droughts - a question of data integration – Christopher Conrad, Uni Halle-Wittenberg

10. Intra-seasonal wood growth and tree water use at the TERENO-NE temperate forest observatory – Daniel Balanzategui, GFZ

11. Land-atmosphere flux feedbacks to the drought 2018 as observed at Eddy-covariance sites – Heye Bogena, FZJ

12. AgriSens DEMMIN 4.0 - application of remote sensing technologies for digitization in crop production – Daniel Spengler, GFZ

13. Impact of climate change on grassland water, carbon and nitrogen cycling in the TERENO Pre-Alpine Observatory – Ralf Kiese, KIT


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TERENO workshop 2017


TERENO workshop 2017: program and presentations

Session 1: TERENO and invited Presentations

Prof. Dr. HaPe Schmid, KIT

Report on TERENO status
Prof. Dr. Harry Vereecken, FZJ Jülich

Moses: a modular observation system for dynamic events
Ute Weber (HGF, EuU)

Cosmic Ray
Sascha Oswald (University Potsdam)

Session 2: Invited Presentations

Gas transfer velocities at water and rough-surface interfaces
Gabriel Katul (Duke University)

Quantifying Direct and Indirect Effects of Elevated CO2 on Ecosystem Response
Simone Fatichi (ETH)

WETSCAPES – from understanding to sustainable use of peatlands
Jürgen Kreyling (University Rostock)

Session 3: Invited Presentations

CODE-DE Copernicus Data and Exploitation Platform for Germany
Christoph Reck (DLR)

Analysis of concentration-discharge relationship of rivers in the TERENO observatory "Harz/Central German Lowland"
Andreas Musolff (UFZ)

Tackling measurements of evapotranspiration at the field scale with superconducting gravimeters
Marvin Reich (GFZ)

High ratio of methanogen/methanotroph abundance in rewetted peatlands with high methane emissions Baltic TRANSCOAST Projekt (GFZ)
Viktoria Unger (GFZ)

Session 4: Invited Presentations

Searching for Sinks and Sources in Land-Atmosphere Fluxes of CO2 and H2O
Anne Klosterhalfen (FZJ)

ScaleX: Multidisciplinary intensive campaigns in the TERENO Bavarian Alps/ pre-Alps Observatory
Matthias Zeeman (KIT)

Carbon, nitrogen and water fluxes of grassland soils in the TERENO Bavarian Alps/ pre-Alps Observatory
Benjamin Wolf (KIT)


TERENO workshop 2015


TERENO workshop 2015: program and presentations

Session 1: TERENO and related projects

Prof. Dr. Alberto Moreira, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

Report on TERENO status
Prof. Dr. Harry Vereecken, FZJ Jülich

Helmholtz-Allianz “Remote Sensing and Earth System Dynamics
Prof. Dr. Irena Hajnsek, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

ScaleX Project
Dr. Matthias Zeemann, KIT Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Session 2: Invited Presentations

Ground‐based remote sensing of precipitation for hydrologicalapplications
Prof. Dr. Remko Uijlenhoet, University Wageningen

Dr. Hans‐Jörg Vogel, UFZ Leipzig

Investigation of SMAP fusion algorithms with airborne active and passive L‐band microwave remote sensing
Dr. Carsten Montzka, FZJ Jülich

Session 3: Invited Presentations

Remote Sensing of land‐surface‐atmosphere interaction
Dr. Volker Wulfmeyer, Univerität Hamburg

Remote Sensing of soil properties and soil patterns
Dr. Sabine Chabrillat, GFZ Potsdam


TERENO International Conference 2014


TERENO International Conference 2014



September 29th - October 2nd 2014
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany

TERENO International Conference 2014

Presentations of TERENO International Conference 2014


4th COSMOS Workshop 2014


 4th COSMOS Workshop 2014


 A joint workshop of the COSMOS-project, TERENO, and the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research.

COSMOS abbreviates the COsmic-ray Soil Moisture Observing System


Presentations of 4th COSMOS Workshop 2014


TERENO workshop 2012


TERENO workshop 2012


Session 1: TERENO, angegliederte Projekte

Reinhard, F. Hüttl, GFZ

  1. TERENO General overview: Status, Network activities, Accessibility and International Integration
    H. Vereecken, FZJ

  2. International Network Activities: Long-Term Observation System for Carbon Cylcle and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
    HaPe Schmid, KIT

  3. TERENO-MED: Adaption to the Conditions of Water Scarcity
    Elisabeth Krueger, UFZ

  4. TERENO SoilCan: The German Lysimeter Network in Operation
    Thomas Pütz, FZJ

  5. Virtual Institute of Integrated Climate and Landscape Evolution Analyses (ICLEA)
    A. Brauer, GFZ

  6. Trace Gas Exchange in the Earth-Atmosphere System on Multiple Scales (TEAM)
    Torsten Sachs, GFZ

  7. Entwicklung und Validierung eines Systems zur Messung der räumlichen Verteilung atmosphärischer Spurengase
    Mike Schwank, GFZ


Session 2: Koordinations-Teams

  1. Datenmanagement
    Ralf Kunkel, FZJ, Jens Klump, GFZ

  2. Geoarchive
    Gerd Helle, GFZ

  3. Pedosphäre
    Peter Burauel, FZJ

  4. Atmosphäre
    HaPe Schmid, KIT

  5. Hydrosphäre
    Karsten Rinke, UFZ

  6. Biosphäre
    Cornelia Baessler, Mark Frenzel, UFZ

  7. Umwelt-Monitoring
    Irena Hajnsek, DLR

  8. Modellierung
    Olaf Kolditz, UFZ

Session 3: Koordinations-Teams

  1. Concepts and Objectives of Critical Zone Observatories CZO
    Jörg Völkel, TU München

  2. The value of natural archives for understanding past climate change and human impact
    Bas van Geel, University of Amsterdam

  3. Advancing Remote-Sensing Methods for Monitoring Geophysical Parameters
    Christian Mätzler, University of Bern

  4. GPR in Hydrology
    Kurt Roth, Heidelberg University

Session 4: Neue Themen in TERENO

  1. A Quality Assessment Scheme for Long-term Eddy-Covariance Measurements
    Matthias Mauder

  2. Comprehensive monitoring of environmental isotopes across the TERENO observatories
    Stephan Weise, UFZ

  3. In-Situ soil moisture and its relation to remotely sensed retrievals
    Heye Bogena, FZJ

  4. Gewässer – bedeutende Elemente der Landschaft Nordost-Deutschlands
    Mark Gessner


Winter School 2012


Winter School 2012


Winter School on the Remote Sensing of Precipitation Using Microwave Links: Techniques and Applications 2012 (.pdf)


TERENO Workshop 2011


TERENO Workshop 17/18.1.2011


Überblick TERENO Workshop 2011
H. Vereecken, H. Bogena: TERENO General Overview –Status, Network Activities, Accessibility and International Integration

T. Pütz, R. Kiese, S. Zacharias, E. Borg, E. Priesack, H. Gerke, H. Papen, U. Wollschläger, M. Schwank, G. v. Unold & H. VereeckenTERENO Network Activity SOILCan – A large scale climate change experiment

HaPe Schmid: International Network Activity ICOS: Long-Term Observation System for Carbon Cycle and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

CT Data management
CT Data Management: Management and publishing of TERENO data from distributed data bases

CT Pedosphere
Erik Borg, Horst Gerke, Sybille Itzerott, Ralf Kiese, Julia Krümmelbein, Jean-Charles Munch, Hans Papen, Eckart Priesack, Thomas Pütz, Thomas Raab, Holger Rupp, Mike Schwank, Jan Schwarzbauer, Jan Siemens, Michael Sommer, Hans-Jörg Vogel, Gerd Welp, Ute Wollschläger, Steffen Zacharias: CT Pedosphere - Peter Burauel and colleagues

CT Atmosphere
HaPe Schmid: CT Atmosphere

CT Biosphere
Mark Frenzel, Cornelia Baeßler, Mathias Scholz, Stefan Klotz: Coordination Team (CT) Biosphere

CT Environmental Sensing
Irena Hajnsek & Members of CT Environmental Sensing: RemoteSensingforEnvironmental Applications

TERENO Workshop 2011 CT Palaeoclimate.pdf
A. Brauer, I. Heinrich, K. Kaiser: TERENO CT Palaeoclimate - Extending the Time Concept

CT Modelling
H.J. Hendricks Franssen, C. Montzka, W. Kessomkiat, L. Weihermüller, A. Graf, H. Bogena, and H. Vereecken: Data assimilation using measurements from TERENO infrastructure

Hydrogeophysics in TERENO

CT Hydrosphere
CT Hydrosphere S. Zacharias, K. Rinke Heye Bogena, Jan Vanderborght, Sander Huisman–FZJ Luis Samaniego, Michael Rode, Ute Wollschläger, Christian Schmidt, Andreas Musolff–UFZ Theresa Blume –GFZ, Gunnar Lischeid–ZALF Harald Kunstmann –KIT, Eckart Priesack–HMGU