PhD in Land Resource Sciences, Sept 2011 - Sept 2015; University of Guelph, School of Environmental Sciences, Canada; Research Project: CO2 , H2O and Energy Budget of Mature Switchgrass; Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Claudia WagnerRiddle
Diplom (Masters equivalent) in Physics, Sept. 2005 – Feb. 2011; University of Heidelberg, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Germany; Research Project: Evaluation of longterm continuous atmospheric N2O measurements in Heidelberg; Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ingeborg Levin
Eichelmann E., C. WagnerRiddle, J. Warland, B. Deen, P. Voroney, 2016. Comparison of the Carbon Budget, Evapotranspiration, and Albedo Effect between the Biofuel Crops Switchgrass and Corn. In Preparation
Eichelmann E., C. WagnerRiddle, J. Warland, B. Deen, P. Voroney, 2016. Evapotranspiration, Water Use Efficiency, and Energy Partitioning of a Mature Switchgrass Stand. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.
Eichelmann E., C. WagnerRiddle, J. Warland, B. Deen, P. Voroney, 2015. Carbon Dioxide Exchange Dynamics over a Mature Switchgrass Stand. Global Change Biology Bioenergy.
Levin, I., S. Hammer, E. Eichelmann, F. Vogel, 2011. Verification of greenhouse gas emission reductions: The prospect of atmospheric monitoring in polluted areas. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. Vol. 369 no. 1943: 19061924
Eichelmann E., 2010. Evaluation of longterm continuous atmospheric N2O measurements in Heidelberg. Diploma Thesis.
Eichelmann E., 2015. Evaluation of the Carbon and Water Cycles and Climate Benefits of Mature Switchgrass (Panicum Virgatum L.). PhD Thesis.
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