Alexaneder Gruber, along with first author Bram Valkenborg of the KU Leuven and others, published the article "Drought and Waterlogging Stress Regimes in Northern Peatlands Detected Through Satellite Retrieved Solar-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence" in AGU's Geophysical Research Letters.
- Satellite-based observations of solar-induced fluorescence were used to analyze vegetation stress in northern peatlands.
- In many areas, vegetation stress results from both drought and waterlogging.
- Stress behavior in the analyzed peatlands is highly dependent on the water table depth.
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