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 (by Hui Yang)  (by Christian Requena Mesa)  (by Markus Reichstein) (by Tarek S. El-Madany)  (by Basil Kraft)  (by Qian Zhang)  (by Markus Reichstein)  (by Tarek S. El-Madany)  (by Yunpeng Luo and Tarek S. El-Madany)  (by Ulisse Gomarasca)  (by Markus Reichstein and Ana Bastos)  (by Shanning Bao)  (by Nora Linscheid)  (by Sujan Koirala)  (by David Martini)  (by Sujan Koirala)  (by Naixin Fan)  (by Yunpeng Luo)  (by Ekaterina Bogdanovich) (by Tarek S. El-Madany)  (by Daniel Pabón Moreno)  (by Sujan Koirala) (by Melanie Kern)  (by Sujan Koirala) (by Miguel Mahecha) (by Tarek S. El-Madany) (by Sujan Koirala) (by Tarek S. El-Madany) (by Kendalynn Morris) (by Tiana Hammer) (by Tiana Hammer) (by Jana Wäldchen) (by Christian Requena Mesa) (by Sujan Koirala) (by Miguel Mahecha) (by Thomas Wutzler) (by Miguel Mahecha) Citation Network: Network represenation of publications, which we refer to in one publication. Journal articles (turquoise) are connected with other journal articles by shared co-authors. BGI-Gallery Award: 2017 Scientific Visualisation 2nd prize (by Milan Flach) Global half-hourly fluxes: Global half-hourly carbon and energy fluxes computed with machine learning methods by exploiting eddy covariance data from measurement towers of the FLUXNET network. Data products created within the BACI project. BGI-Gallery-Award:2017 Scientific Animation 2nd prize (by Paul Bodesheim) BGI-Gallery Award: 2017 Scientific Visualisation 1st prize (by Julia Joswig) The dancing biosphere: Seasonal development of three fluxes measured in FLUXNET and up-scaled with FLUXCOM – colored by latitude. BGI-Gallery-Award:2017 Scientific Animation 1st prize (by Markus Reichstein) PCAs: This is a RGB map of the first 3 PCAs (Principal Component Analysis) of the FPAR  (Fraction of Absorbed Photosynthetically Active Radiation) mean seasonal cycle in Europe. BGI-Gallery Award: 2016 Graphics 2nd prize (by Fabian Gans) BGI leftovers (by BGI's) Delaunay triangulation and Voronoi tessellation of hemispherically projected airborne laser scanning data in a forest stand (by Adam Erickson) Unsupervised alpha-shape segmentation of airborne laser scanning data in a forest stand (by Adam Erickson) LiDAR scan of Holm Oak (Quercus Ilex). The picture shows a LiDAR scan of a holm oak tree at the experimental site of the MaNiP project. The color code represents the height of each scanned point. BGI-Gallery Award: 2016 Graphics 1st prize (by Mirco Migliavacca) Wind directional variability of latent heat flux: Differences in latent heat fluxes (LE) between the nitrogen treatment and the nitrogen + phosphorus treatment of the MaNiP experiment based on wind direction. (by Tarek S. El-Madany) The human bar plot: Human-bar plot of GPP for the 4 treatments of the SMANIE project. The figure was done at the site Majadas de Tietar, Spain. (by Mirco Migliavacca) Covariation of carbon turnover times with climate: Whole ecosystem carbon turnover times in terrestrial ecosystems (tau) mapped as elevation over land. The correlations between tau and temperature (green) and tau and precipitation (red) are mapped for the variable with strongest Spearman correlation values. BGI-Gallery Award: 2015 Graphics 3rd prize (by Nuno Carvalhais) BGI-Gallery Award: 2015 Graphics 3rd prize(by Julia Joswig) BGI-Gallery Award: 2015 Graphics 3rd prize(by Markus Reichstein) Flux arrows: Vector-field representation of the three fluxes measured in FLUXNET and up-scaled with FLUXCOM – what fluxes are the dimensions? ;-) BGI-Gallery Award: 2015 Graphics 2nd prize (by Markus Reichstein) BGI-Gallery Award: 2015 Graphics 1st prize (by Guido Kramer) Time to compute the sum over the 4th dimension of a [720, 360, 29, 12] array. 1:0 for Julia... (by Markus Reichstein) Fluxnet Site Elevation derived from ASTER_GDEM2 [0m (white-blue-green-yellow-red) 5860m] (by Ulrich Weber) A Comparison of daily SWdown [2001] between different Meteo Forcing Sets represented as xy-counts within 1by1 Wm-2 boxes [low (white-blue-green-yellow-red) high] (by Ulrich Weber) Nowadays (by Birgitta Wiehl) Why does a blonde need an eraser to use a notebook? To remove the pencil marks after she has written all over it. (by Antje Moffat) Spatiotemporal 'egg boxes'. Artificial periodic datasets to test the spatiotemporal SSA gap filling algorithm. (by Jannis v. Buttlar) This is GAGE while finding the best subset of variables to describe fAPAR anomalies of Africa! Visualization of an evolutionary process (by Enrico Tomelleri) different views [full length go to ftp://ftp.bgc-jena.mpg.de/pub/outgoing/uweber/MPG_Science_Gallery/Animated.mpg] (by Uli Weber) Global Evapotratspiration spinning (by Martin Jung) Spatial scales of a crown caps MDI logo near the red couches as seen after the last MDI barbeque based on a piecewise application of a 2D singular spectrum analysis (by Matthias Forkel) Temporal singular spectrum analysis (SSA) gapfilling. Shown is a gappy artificial time series and SSA reconstructions for each step of the iterative procedure. The lower panel is a magnification of a small part of the series. (by Jannis v. Buttlar)  Deviation from the truth: GPML predictive uncertainty hyperplanes VS true deviation contours (by Olaf Menzer) HGP predictive uncertainty hyperplane for NEP daytime summer data measured at DE-Hai (by Olaf Menzer) Meteo gap-filling product quality checks for all FLUXNET sites and performance at site DE-Hai (by Antje Moffat & Olaf Menzer) The 'symphonic' aspects of spectral data analysis. Shown are different aspects of a GAM fit of GPP predicted by climate drivers. The 'ghostly' features are caused by periodic patterns in the data used for gap filling. (by Jannis v. Buttlar) First eigenvalues of a spatial singular spectrum analysis of FAPAR in Siberia (by Matthias Forkel) To what extent are soils important ;) ? (by Enrico Tomelleri) gallery 027 precip Graphical representation of the correlation matrix of 13 highly correlated parameters. In the lower left triangle density estimates of the marginal bivariate distributions are shown (estimated with KDE). In the upper right triangle the linear correlation coefficients are shown. On the diagonal the univariate marginal distributions are shown. Compare also with previous picture. (By Maarten Braakhekke) Sample of 3 highly correlated parameters obtained with MCMC. The isolines on the axis planes and 3D surfaces indicate equal probability density of the marginal bivariate distributions. They have been derived with kernel density estimation. Compare with next figure and find the three corresponding bivariate distributions. (By Maarten Braakhekke) Cumulative densitiy distribution function of the logitnormal probability distribution (by Thomas Wutzler) Wartburg impressions & celebrities ... (by Markus Reichstein) Monthly Ecosystem Respiration from 1988 to 2008 for Europe (stereo). (by Enrico Tomelleri) Monthly Ecosystem Respiration from 1989 to 2008 for Europe. (by Enrico Tomelleri) Nuno Carvalhais's PhD defense, Lisbon, Sept 2010 (by Markus Reichstein) My first R plot with FLUXNET data :-) ... (more to come) Prize question: What does it show?  First correct answer to me wins a bottle of Aromatique (to be picked up in my office). Mirco Migliavacca won the Aromatique!! (by Markus Reichstein) Plots of costfunctions for various parameter combinations for the BETHY model (by Matthias Forkel) Exploration of a 2d probability density of model parameters by model inversion via a set of Monte-Carlo-Markov-Chains  ... (by Thomas Wutzler) Mean Global Daytime Fuzzy VPD ... (by Enrico Tomelleri) Homage to Gerhardt Richter (by Friedrich Angermueller) Late night bug! (by Nuno Carvalhais ~3:00 A.M.) Comparing convergence differences between multiple and single constraints approaches and it's log likelihood (by Nuno Carvalhais) The (randomized) call for a very interesting workshop to be hosted JUNE 08-10, 2009 by our group! Interested in the workshop? www.bgc.mpg.de/bgc-mdi/index.php/Projects/EcosyAtmosData (created by Nuno and Miguel at www.wordle.net) Model-Data comparison: Residual annual cycles of three terrestrial biosphere models visualized as polar plot. The resiudals are shown interms of 95% confidence envelopes accounting for the uncertainty of subsignal extraction (by Miguel Mahecha). Skewness of mean monthly GPP simulated by the LPJ-DGVM (by Christian Beer) Mean annual GPP of Scandinavian watersheds (by Christian Beer) View distorted by too much looking at remote sensing data, this time around the Puechabon Fluxnet tower (by Anna Goerner) Global bug (seen by Lina Fürst and Miguel Mahecha) Voronoi Mosaic from FLUXNET (planar point set) (by Enrico Tomelleri) Soil moisture content simulated with a Darcy-Richards model (by Maarten Braakhekke) An impressionistic view of ecosystem modelling (by Maarten Braakhekke) Flux fingerprint of the Mediterranean evergreen broadleaf forest Puéchabon operated by CEFE-CNRS Montpellier (Serge Rambal and co-workers). This isopleth diagramm is a visualisation of a whole year of half-hourly net ecosystem carbon exchange, where time of the day is on the x-axis, time of the year on the y-axis and colours code the flux quantity. It is called fingerprint, since each ecosystem usally exhibits very specific patterns. For the Mediterranean ecosystems a drop a activities during the summer period is charracteristic. (by Markus Reichstein) no title

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