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Monitoring mass and energy fluxes in a manipulated Mediterranean tree-grass Dehesa (Mediterranean Savanna) ecosystem through the integration of ground and satellite data with airborne hyperspectral imagery (DEHESHyrE)




DEHESHyrE
Transnational Access Project funded by EUFAR

Start date: 01-04-2015
End date: 31-07-2015


Objective

DEHESHyrE aims to integrate multitemporal/multiscale optical and thermal data to interpret and monitor ecosystem-scale water, carbon and nutrient fluxes in Mediterranean areas with complex vegetation structure; more information available here

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Impressions from campaigns


  

Lidar scanning of the Eddy Covariance Tower (courtesy of Shaun Levick)

   

Lidar scanning of the trees


Shaun is collecting LiDAR measurements while Tarek is documenting (August 2015)


The instrument in proximity of the Eddy Covariance tower


Shaun checking the measurements at the sunset

Dehesa in Spring and Summer 2015


Setup for the sapflow measurements


Preparing the chambers for flux measurements


Ina Burjack (MPI-BSY) and Micol Rossini (UNIMIB) are collecting hypespectral measurements in SMANIE


Almost “Simultaneous” Hyperspectral and Flux Measurements in SMANIE (left picture)
Flux measurements with static chambers at the main eddy covariance tower (CEAM) (right picture)


Preparation leaf sampling material

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