Janne Rinne focuses on Eddy covariance, Atmospheric sciences, Hydrology, Monoterpene and Ecosystem. Her research in Eddy covariance intersects with topics in Sensible heat and Carbon cycle. Her study in Atmospheric sciences is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Canopy and Carbon dioxide.
Her Hydrology research incorporates themes from Peat and Growing season. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbon sequestration and Boreal in addition to Ecosystem. Her Botany research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Seasonality and Taiga.
Janne Rinne mainly focuses on Atmospheric sciences, Eddy covariance, Environmental chemistry, Boreal and Ecosystem. She interconnects Canopy, Peat, Meteorology, Methane and Taiga in the investigation of issues within Atmospheric sciences. Her Eddy covariance study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Growing season, Nitrous oxide, Spatial variability, Hydrology and Carbon cycle.
The concepts of her Environmental chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Atmosphere, Ozone, Volatile organic compound and Aerosol. Her Boreal study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Monoterpene, Forestry and Vegetation. She has researched Monoterpene in several fields, including Sesquiterpene and Seasonality.
Her primary areas of investigation include Atmospheric sciences, Peat, Methane, Eddy covariance and Greenhouse gas. Her Atmospheric sciences research includes themes of Bog, Boreal and Carbon cycle, Carbon sink, Ecosystem. She has included themes like Hydrology, Primary production and Environmental chemistry in her Peat study.
Janne Rinne combines subjects such as Plant community, Carbon dioxide and Wetland with her study of Methane. Her research integrates issues of Multispectral image, Linear regression, Enhanced vegetation index, Spatial variability and Subarctic climate in her study of Eddy covariance. Her work in Greenhouse gas addresses issues such as Seasonality, which are connected to fields such as Bushland and Dry season.
Janne Rinne mainly focuses on Methane, Atmospheric sciences, Peat, Primary production and Greenhouse gas. The Methane study combines topics in areas such as Eddy covariance and Wetland. Her Eddy covariance research integrates issues from Bog, Growing season, Plant community, Anaerobic oxidation of methane and Process engineering.
Her Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Climate change, Carbon cycle, Soil respiration and Atmospheric methane. Her Peat study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrology and Carbon dioxide. Janne Rinne undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Greenhouse gas and Flux in her work.
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Atmospheric composition change: Ecosystems–Atmosphere interactions
D. Fowler;Kim Pilegaard;M.A. Sutton;Per Ambus.
Atmospheric Environment (2009)
A synthesis of methane emissions from 71 northern, temperate, and subtropical wetlands
Merritt R. Turetsky;Agnieszka Kotowska;Jill Bubier;Nancy B. Dise.
Global Change Biology (2014)
Annual cycle of methane emission from a boreal fen measured by the eddy covariance technique
Janne Rinne;Terhi Riutta;Mari Pihlatie;Mika Aurela.
Tellus B (2007)
Variability in exchange of CO2 across 12 northern peatland and tundra sites
Magnus Lund;Peter M. Lafleur;Nigel T. Roulet;Anders Lindroth.
Global Change Biology (2009)
Flux and Concentration Footprint Modelling: State of the Art
Timo Vesala;Natascha Kljun;Üllar Rannik;Janne Rinne.
Environmental Pollution (2008)
Global isoprene emissions estimated using MEGAN, ECMWF analyses and a detailed canopy environment model
J.-F. Müller;T. Stavrakou;S. Wallens;I. De Smedt.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2008)
Seasonal variation of mono- and sesquiterpene emission rates of Scots pine
H. Hakola;V. Tarvainen;J. Bäck;H. Ranta.
The hydrocarbon emission rates of tea-leafed willow (Salix phylicifolia), silver birch (Betula pendula) and European aspen (Populus tremula)
Hannele Hakola;Janne Rinne;Tuomas Laurila.
Atmospheric Environment (1998)
Technical Note: Quantitative long-term measurements of VOC concentrations by PTR-MS – measurement, calibration, and volume mixing ratio calculation methods
R. Taipale;T. M. Ruuskanen;J. Rinne;M. K. Kajos.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2008)
Long-term measurements of surface fluxes above a Scots pine forest in Hyytiala, southern Finland, 1996-2001
T Suni;J Rinne;A Reissell;N Altimir.
Boreal Environment Research (2003)
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