PostDoc: Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions and Experimentation
My research interest is in biosphere-atmosphere interactions (greenhouse gases and fog) and the identification of relevant processes as well as their driving factors. Further interests are water and carbon dynamics from small scales to landscape scales. I analyze time-series and spectral properties of eddy covariance data and combine those with various ancillary measurements and remote sensing data.
Tarek S. El-Madany, H. F. Duarte, D. J. Durden, B. Paas, M. J. Deventer, J.-Y. Juang, M. Y. Leclerc, O. Klemm (2014) Low-level jets and above-canopy drainage as causes of turbulent exchange in the nocturnal boundary layer, Biogeosciences, Volume: 11, Issue: 16 Pages: 4507-4519
Degefie, T.D., El-Madany, T. S., Hejkal, J., Held, M., Dupont, J.-C., Haeffelin, M. (2014) Microphysics and energy and water fluxes of various fog types at SIRTA, France, Atmospheric Research, in press
El-Madany, T.S., Griessbaum, F., Fratini, G., Juang, J.-Y., Chang, S.-C. (2013) Comparison of sonic anemometer performance under foggy conditions. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 173, 63-73.