Global Diagositc Modelling

Dr. Martin Jung

Mission

We produce and analyse global observation-based products of carbon and water fluxes using machine learning methods that integrate in situ measurements and satellite information to extrapolate local measurements to continental and global scales. The FLUXCOM initiative has recently been generating a large ensemble of such products for the scientific community. With these products we have been contributing to European projects aiming at synthesizing biogenic and anthropogenic carbon fluxes by integrating top-down atmospheric inversions and bottom-up land flux estimates. The GDM group focusses increasingly on global ecohydrological analysis to better understand carbon-water cycle interactions. We aim at synergistically combining global carbon and water cycle data streams. We develop novel ecohydrological data products based on dense time series of geostationary satellites and by partitioning measured evapotranspiration at FLUXNET sites into transpiration and evaporation.

 

Team

Name
Phone
Room
Martin Jung
Group Leader
  • +49 3641 57-6261
C1.012
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Sujan Koirala
  • +49 3641 57-8905
ITP3.029
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Basil Kraft
Doctoral Researcher, Project Leader
  • +49 3641 57-6233
C3.017
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Hoontaek Lee
Doctoral Researcher
  • +49 3641 57-8917
ITP B3.28
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Jacob Nelson
Project Leader
C2.006
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Javier Pacheco Labrador
PostDoc
  • +49 3641 57-6242
C1.022a
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Tina Trautmann
Doctoral Researcher
  • +49 3641 57-6229
C1.014
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Sophia Walther
PostDoc
  • +49 3641 - 576235
C3.013
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Ulrich Weber
Scientific Data Manager
  • +49 3641 - 576285
C1.010
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Weijie Zhang
Doctoral Researcher
  • +49 3641 - 576269
C2.008b
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