2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Germany Leader Award
His primary areas of study are Atmospheric sciences, Monoterpene, Botany, Atmospheric chemistry and Fagaceae. His work carried out in the field of Atmospheric sciences brings together such families of science as Air pollution, Total organic carbon, Ecosystem and Seasonality. His research in the fields of Canopy, Methyl salicylate and Red Clover overlaps with other disciplines such as Ocimene.
His study explores the link between Atmospheric chemistry and topics such as Mixing ratio that cross with problems in Volatile organic compound, Atmosphere, Ozone, Acetaldehyde and Inorganic chemistry. While the research belongs to areas of Volatile organic compound, Jürgen Kesselmeier spends his time largely on the problem of Environmental chemistry, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Hydrocarbon, Terpenoid, Organic chemistry and Atmospheric carbon cycle. Jürgen Kesselmeier interconnects Mediterranean climate, Stomatal conductance, Evergreen and Transpiration in the investigation of issues within Fagaceae.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental chemistry, Atmospheric sciences, Botany, Atmosphere and Carbonyl sulfide. Jürgen Kesselmeier has included themes like Sulfur, Atmospheric chemistry, Lichen, Volatile organic compound and Carbon dioxide in his Environmental chemistry study. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Canopy, Ecosystem, Seasonality and Aerosol.
His Photosynthesis, Monoterpene and Transpiration study in the realm of Botany connects with subjects such as Saponin. The Monoterpene study combines topics in areas such as Mediterranean climate, Terpene and Fagaceae. His work in Carbonyl sulfide addresses subjects such as Soil water, which are connected to disciplines such as Water content and Carbon cycle.
His primary scientific interests are in Atmospheric sciences, Amazon rainforest, Environmental chemistry, Canopy and Carbonyl sulfide. His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sulfate, Amazonian, Precipitation and Aerosol. Jürgen Kesselmeier focuses mostly in the field of Amazon rainforest, narrowing it down to matters related to Ozone and, in some cases, Tropical rainforest, Monoterpene, Pinene, Volatile organic compound and Diel vertical migration.
His study in Environmental chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sesquiterpene and Deposition. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rainforest, Dry season, Amazon forest and Stomatal conductance. His Carbonyl sulfide study also includes fields such as
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Biogenic Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC): An Overview on Emission, Physiology and Ecology
J. Kesselmeier;M. Staudt.
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (1999)
Emission of short chained organic acids, aldehydes and monoterpenes from Quercus ilex L. and Pinus pinea L. in relation to physiological activities, carbon budget and emission algorithms
J. Kesselmeier;K. Bode;U. Hofmann;H. Müller.
Atmospheric Environment (1997)
Atmospheric volatile organic compounds (VOC) at a remote tropical forest site in central Amazonia
J. Kesselmeier;U. Kuhn;A. Wolf;M. O. Andreae.
Atmospheric Environment (2000)
Emission of monoterpenes and isoprene from a Mediterranean oak species Quercus ilex L. measured within the BEMA (Biogenic Emissions in the Mediterranean Area) project
J. Kesselmeier;L. Schäfer;P. Ciccioli;E. Brancaleoni.
Atmospheric Environment (1996)
Isoprene and monoterpene fluxes from Central Amazonian rainforest inferred from tower-based and airborne measurements, and implications on the atmospheric chemistry and the local carbon budget
U. Kuhn;M.O. Andreae;C. Ammann;A.C. Araújo.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2007)
Volatile organic compound emissions in relation to plant carbon fixation and the terrestrial carbon budget
Jürgen Kesselmeier;Paolo Ciccioli;Uwe Kuhn;Paolo Stefani.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2002)
Estimations of isoprenoid emission capacity from enclosure studies: measurements, data processing, quality and standardized measurement protocols
Ülo Niinemets;U. Kuhn;P. C. Harley;M. Staudt.
Patterns of CO2 exchange in biological soil crusts of successional age
Eli Zaady;Uwe Kuhn;Burkhard Wilske;Lisseth Sandoval-Soto.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2000)
Exchange of Short-Chain Oxygenated Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) between Plants and the Atmosphere: A Compilation of Field and Laboratory Studies
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (2001)
The leaf-level emission factor of volatile isoprenoids: caveats, model algorithms, response shapes and scaling
Ü. Niinemets;R. K. Monson;Almut Arneth;P. Ciccioli.
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