Christoph Thomas

Type: 
Scientist
Organization: 
Oregon State University, Biomicrometeorology Group
Description: 

Biomicrometeorology: Atmosphere-vegetation interaction, atmospheric turbulence, mixing in plant canopies, flow and transport in weak-wind boundary-layers, dynamics of the lower atmospheric boundary layer, scale transitions from milliseconds to hours and days, trace gas exchange
Climate change science: Forest ecosystem responses and feedback mechanisms, carbon-water coupling, hydro-ecology, regional climate trends in temperature and seasonality
Instrumentation: Acoustic remote sensing (SODAR-RASS), spatially distributed sensor networks (optical-fiber techniques), trace gas analyzers

Category: 
Climate Modeling, Vegetation Modeling, Downscaling, Environmental Monitoring, Terrestrial Ecosystem Impacts, Hydrologic Modeling