Currently, I am working on airborne eddy covariance measurements to understand the spatial variability in turbulent energy and GHG (greenhouse gas) fluxes. As a state-of-the-art, tower-based eddy covariance measurements are used to understand the turbulent exchange of heat, water and greenhouse gasses between the surface and the atmosphere. These measurements are, however, quite local and only representative for a relatively small area. Airborne measurements can be used to understand regional variability in turbulent fluxes. In my project, I am working with campaign-based eddy covariance measurements (mainly from peatlands in Germany and arctic landscapes), which I am trying to link to spatial surface properties (e.g. satellite, reanalysis data) via e.g. machine learning.
Wiekenkamp, I., Huisman, J.A. , Bogena, H.R. , Lin, H.S., Vereecken, H., 2016. Spatial and temporal occurrence of preferential flow in a forested headwater catchment. Journal of Hydrology, 534, pp 139-149.
Wiekenkamp, I, Huisman, J.A., Bogena, H.R., Graf, A., Lin, H.S., Drüe, C., Vereecken, H., 2016. Changes in measured spatiotemporal patterns of hydrological response after partial deforestation in a headwater catchment. Journal of Hydrology, 542, pp 648–661.
Wiekenkamp, I., Huisman, J.A., Bogena, H.R., Vereecken, H., 2020. Effects of Deforestation on Water Flow in the Vadose Zone. Water, 12(1):35.
Wiekenkamp, I., 2020. Measuring and modelling spatiotemporal changes in hydrological response after partial deforestation. PhD thesis, University of Stuttgart.
Araki, R., Branger, F., Wiekenkamp, I., McMillan, H., 2022. Signature-based approach to quantify soil moisture dynamics under contrasting land-uses. Hydrological Processes, Volume36, Issue4
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