A new series of seminars will begin in November. The WATSON participants will report their findings and news. Grab your sandwich and join us!
|2 November 2022; 12:30 CET||Jim Kirchner||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH)||Partitioning precipitation between streamflow and evapotranspiration using end-member splitting analysis||Register here|
|7 December 2022; 12:30 CET||César Jiménez Rodríguez||Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)||Gardening the isotopesignatures: when fractionation plays with us||Register here|
|11 January 2023; 12:30 CET||Adrià Barbeta Margarit||Universitat de Barcelona (E)||Isotopic discrepancies in plant water pools and their sources||Register here|
|1 February 2023; 12:30 CET||Paolo Benettin||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)||Transit time estimation in catchments: Recent developments and future directions||Register here|
|1 March 2023; 12:30 CET||Harsh Beria||Department of Environmental Systems Science (ETH) (CH)||Partitioning rainfall and snowmelt between trees, streams, and groundwater in the Swiss Alps||Register here|
|5 April 2023; 12:30 CEST||Angelika Kuebert||University of Helsinki (FI)||Assessing ecohydrological processes in grasslands and forests using in situ water stable isotope techniques||Register here|
|3 May 2023; 12:30 CEST||Teresa Gimeno||Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications (CREAF) (E)||Changes in the composition of ectomycorrhizal fungal communities and the water uptake of European beech forest across a natural precipitation gradient||Register here|
|7 June 2023; 12:30 CEST||Sebastian Gebler||BASF SE, Global Exposure Modelling Team (D)||Modelling plant protection products at catchment scale – a stakeholder’s perspective on the potential use of transit times linking hydrology and transport||Register here|
Please note that the seminars are not recorded.