Due to the current circumstances, the General Assembly on Geoscience that was going to take place all this week in Vienna has become virtual. You can follow it with the hashtag #shareEGU20 and some CREAF researchers are participating.
OVERVIEW OF CREAF’S PARTICIPATIONS
Monday 4th of May
- Remote sensing and citizen science observatories: a promising partnership for phenology monitoring. Cristina Domingo, Ester Prat, Pau Guzmán, Alaitz Zabala and Joan Masó.
- Neural Networks to estimate world forest foliar elemental composition and stoichiometry. Helena Vallicrosa, Jordi Sardans, Paolo Zuccarini, Joan Maspons and Josep Peñuelas.
- Advancing in Citizen Science Interoperability by testing standard components between Citizen Observatories. Joan Masó, Ester Prat, Núria Julià et al.
- Managing the knowledge created by the users trough Geospatial User Feedback system. The NEXTGEOSS use case. Alaitz Zabala, Joan Masó and Xavier Pons.
- What controls microbial growth in tropical soils? The role of carbon and phosphorus. Ivan Hanssens, Josep Peñuelas et al.
- Controls over phosphorus mineralization and immobilization rates in different tropical soils. Olga Margalef, Josep Peñuelas et al.
Tuesday 5th of May
- Forest dynamics after drought-induced mortality: a global assessment. Enric Batllori and Francisco Lloret.
- Design and Development of Interoperable Cloud Sensor Services to Support Citizen Science Projects. Joan Masó, Jaume Piera et al.
Wednesday 6th of May
- Probing the relationship between formaldehyde column concentrations and soil moisture using mixed models and attribution analysis. Josep Peñuelas, Marcos Fernández-Martinez, Iolanda Filella, Ana Maria Yanñez-Serrano et al.
- Non-monotonic relationship of sun-induced fluorescence to photosynthesis. Manuela Balzarolo, Josep Peñuelas et al.
Friday 8th of May
- Greenhouse gas emissions from a Mediterranean floodplain forest: the role of tree emissions under a changing flooding regime. Marc Estiarte, Josep Peñuelas, Santiago Sabaté, Francesc Sabater et al.
- Soil warming leads to an up-regulation of genes involved in the decomposition of organic N in a subarctic grassland. Joana Séneca, Josep Peñuelas et al.