GHG Europe

GHG-Europe Workshop

GHG Fluxes from Peatlands

 

Date: 21-23 Februar 2011

Location: Freising (near Munich), Germany

Workshop Objectives

 

  • Site level analysis of vulnerability of peatlands to management and natural variability / changes, in particular: water table, temperature, harvest / biomass export and import, if possible also fertilizer.
  • Preparation for intercomparison of specific peatland models: to what extent can managed peatland sites be modeled: C and N balance, GHGs, water.
  • Data collection for pan-European synthesis and modelling of GHGs in peatlands and their vulnerability to management and natural variability in climate
  • Upscaling and modelling from regional to European scale and of necessary driver data will not be tackled in this workshop, but in a succeeding one.

 

Expected outcome of the workshop

 

  • Identification of data sets for pan-European synthesis and modelling of management effects on GHGs in peatlands, and quantification of major management effects supported by measured evidence.
  • Protocol for data collection for a European data base for synthesis and modelling.
  • Protocol for model intercomparison.
  • Special issue, e.g. in Biogeoscience

EU contract No. 244122

News

Project finished in September 2013  [more]

Imer D, Merbold L, Eugster W, Buchmann N (2013)  [more]

Luyssaert, S., G. Abril, et al. (2012)  [more]

Merbold L, Steinlin C, Hagedorn F (2013)   [more]

Mohn J, Steinlin C, Merbold L, Emmenegger L, Hagedorn F (2013)   [more]

Nabuurs G-J, Lindner M, Verkerk PJ, Gunia K, Deda P, Michalak R, Grassi G (2013)  [more]

Scott RL, Serrano-Ortiz P, Domingo F, Hamerlynck EP, Kowalski AS (2012)  [more]

Wolf S, Eugster W, Ammann C, Haeni M, Zielis S, Hiller R, Stieger J, Imer D, Merbold L, Buchmann N (2013)   [more]

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GHG-Europe at a glance

Fundingsource: EU (FP7)
EC-contribution: 6.6 Mio.€
Duration: 2010-2013
Consortium: 41 partners, 15 countries
Coordinator: A. Freibauer (TI)