Publications

In review:

J. Beringer, … A. Griebel et al. Bridge to the Future: Important lessons from 20 years of ecosystem observations made by the OzFlux network. Global Change Biology.

R. Nolan, … A. Griebel et al. The carbon cost of the 2019-20 Australian fires varies with fire severity and forest type. Global Ecology and Biogeography.

R. Nolan, … A. Griebel et al. What do the Australian Black Summer fires signify for the global fire crisis? PNAS.

C. Krisch, … A. Griebel et al. Decoupling between ecosystem photosynthesis and transpiration: A last resort against overheating. Environmental Research Letters.

Published in peer-reviewed journals:

A. Griebel, J. Peters, D. Metzen, C. Maier, C. Barton, H. Speckman, M.M. Boer, R. Nolan, B. Choat and E. Pendall (2021). Tapping into the physiological responses to mistletoe infection during heat and drought stress. Tree Physiology (in press). https://doi.org/10.1093/treephys/tpab113

A. Bennett, … A. Griebel et al. (2021). Thermal optima of gross primary productivity are closely aligned with mean air temperatures across Australian wooded ecosystems. Global Change Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.15760.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, M.M. Boer, R. Nolan, H. Clarke, A.A. Renchon and E. Pendall (2021). Recovery from severe mistletoe infection after heat and drought-induced mistletoe death. Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-021-00635-7.

A. Cunliffe, … A. Griebel et al. (2021). Drone photogrammetry-derived canopy height predicts aboveground biomass across non-forest ecosystems. Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. doi: 10.1002/rse2.228

R. Poyatos, … A. Griebel et al. (2021). Global transpiration data from sap flow measurements: the SAPFLUXNET database. Earth System Science Data, 13(6), 2607-2649.

Pastorello, G., Trotta, C., Canfora, E., Chu, H., Christianson, D., Cheah, Y. W., … A. Griebel et al. (2020). The FLUXNET2015 dataset and the ONEFlux processing pipeline for eddy covariance data. Scientific data, 7(1), 1-27.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, E. Pendall, G. Burba and S. Metzger (2020). Generating spatially robust carbon budgets from flux tower observations. Geophysical Research Letters, 47 (3). https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GL085942.

A. Griebel, L. T. Bennett, D. Metzen, E. Pendall, P. N. J. Lane, S. K. Arndt (2020). Trading water for carbon: Maintaining photosynthesis at the cost of increased water loss during high temperatures in a temperate forest. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 125(1). https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JG005239.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, M.M. Boer, C.C. Barton, A.A. Renchon, H.M. Andrews and E. Pendall (2020). Using a paired tower approach and remote sensing to assess carbon sequestration and energy distribution in a heterogeneous sclerophyll forest. Science of the Total Environment, 699, 133918. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.133918.

D. Metzen, G. Sheridan, R. Benyon, P. Bolstad, A. Griebel, P.N.J. Lane (2019). Forest structure and transpiration patterns along a gradient of energy and water-availability. Science of the Total Environment, 694, 133551. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.07.357.

N. Hinko-Najera, J. Najera Umana, M. Smith, M. Loew, A. Griebel and L. Bennett (2019). Relationships of intra-annual stem growth with climate indicate distinct growth niches for two co-occurring temperate eucalypts. Science of the Total Environment, 690, 991-1004.

M. G. De Kauwe, B. E. Medlyn, A.J. Pitman, J.E. Drake, A. Ukkola, A. Griebel, . . . M. Roderick (2019). Examining the evidence for decoupling between photosynthesis and transpiration during heat extremes. Biogeosciences, 16(4), 903-916.

W. Maes, A. Huete, M. Avino, M. Boer, R. Dehaan, E. Pendall, A. Griebel and K. Steppe (2018). Can UAV-Based Infrared Thermography Be Used to Study Plant-Parasite Interactions between Mistletoe and Eucalypt Trees? Remote Sensing, 10(12), 2062.

A. Renchon, A. Griebel, C.A. Williams, B. Medlyn, R.A. Duursma, C. Barton, C. Maier, M.M. Boer, P. Isaac, D. Tissue, V. Resco de Dios, E. Pendall (2018). Upside-down fluxes down-under: CO2 net sink in winter and net source in summer in a temperate evergreen broadleaf woodland. Biogeosciences, 15(12), 3703-3716.

K. Mallick, E. Toivonen, L. Trebs, E. van Gorsel, J. Cleverly, D. Eamus, H. Koivusalo, S.K. Arndt, A. Griebel, J. Beringer, M. Evboe (2018). Bridging thermal remote sensing and physically based evapotranspiration modelling: a critical evaluation of ecohydrological controls in Australian ecosystems across an aridity gradient. Water Resources Research, 54(5), 3409-35.

A. Griebel, D. M. W. Watson, E. Pendall (2017). Mistletoe, friend and foe: Synthesizing
ecosystem implications of mistletoe infection. Environmental Research Letters, 12, 115012.

A. Griebel, L. T. Bennett, S. K. Arndt (2017). Evergreen and ever growing – Stem and canopy growth dynamics of a temperate eucalypt forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 389, 417-426.

J. Beringer, L. B. Hutley, I. McHugh, S. K. Arndt, D. Campbell, H. A. Cleugh, J. Cleverly, V. R. de Dios, D. Eamus, B. Evans, C. Ewenz, P. Grace, A. Griebel, V. Haverd, N. Hinko-Najera, A. Huete, P. Isaac, K. Kanniah, R. Leuning, M. J. Liddell, C. Macfarlane, W. Meyer, C. Moore, E. Pendall, A. Phillips, R. L. Phillips, S. M. Prober, N. Restrepo-Coupe, S. Rutledge, I. Schroder, R. Silberstein, P. Southall, M. S. Yee, N. J. Tapper, E. van Gorsel, C. Vote, J. Walker, T. Wardlaw (2016). An introduction to the Australian and New Zealand flux tower network – OzFlux. Biogeosciences 13(21), 5895-5916.

E. van Gorsel, S. Wolf, J. Cleverly, P. Isaac, V. Haverd, C. Ewenz, S. K. Arndt, J. Beringer, V. R. de Dios, B. J. Evans, A. Griebel, L. B. Hutley, T. Keenan, N. Kljun, C. Macfarlane, W. S. Meyer, I. McHugh, E. Pendall, S. M. Prober, R. Silberstein (2016). Carbon uptake and water use in woodlands and forests in southern Australia during an extreme heat wave event in the “Angry Summer” of 2012/2013. Biogeosciences 13(21), 5947-5964.

A. Griebel, L. T. Bennett, D. Metzen, J. Cleverly, G. Burba, S.K. Arndt. (2016). Effects of inhomogeneities within the flux footprint on the interpretation of seasonal, annual, and interannual ecosystem carbon exchange. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 221, 50-60.

A. Griebel, L. T. Bennett, D. S. Culvenor, G. J. Newnham, S. K. Arndt (2015). Reliability and limitations of a novel terrestrial laser scanner for daily monitoring of forest canopy dynamics. Remote Sensing of Environment, 166, 205-213.

Conference presentations

A. Griebel (2021). Tapping into the physiological responses to mistletoe infection during heat and drought stress. TERN Science Symposium, 5 July 2021, virtual meeting.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, E. Pendall, G. Burba, S. Metzger (2020). Space-time-equitable carbon budgets: A new approach that accounts for heterogeneous vegetation and sampling patterns. OzFlux 20th Anniversary conference, 16-17 Jul. 2020, virtual meeting.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, M.M. Boer, C.C. Barton, A.A. Renchon, E. Pendall (2019). Using a paired tower approach and remote sensing to assess carbon sequestration and energy distribution in a heterogeneous sclerophyll forest. AGU Fall Meeting, 9-13 Dec. 2019, San Francisco, USA.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, M.M. Boer, C.C. Barton, A.A. Renchon, E. Pendall (2019). Addressing the spatial sampling bias in heterogeneous ecosystems. OzFlux annual meeting, 1-3 Jul. 2019, Brisbane, Australia.

(Invited) A. Griebel and C. Ewenz (2019). Footprint estimation and uses. OzFlux data processing workshop, 24-28 Jun. 2019, Brisbane, Australia.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, M.M. Boer, C.C. Barton, A.A. Renchon, E. Pendall (2019). Using a paired tower approach and remote sensing to assess carbon sequestration and energy distribution in a heterogeneous sclerophyll forest. TERN Advisory Board Meeting, 25-26 Feb. 2019, Sydney, Australia.

(Invited) A. Griebel, D. Metzen, G. Burba, S. Metzger, E. Pendall (2018). New budgeting approach reveals source of terrestrial carbon uptake overestimation. Eddy4R workshop, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10-14 Dec. 2018, Washington D.C., USA.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, G. Burba, S. Metzger, E. Pendall (2018). Bridging the FLUXNET2015 data set: from tower observations to spatially representative fluxes. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10-14 Dec. 2018, Washington D.C., USA.

N. Noh, A. Renchon, J. Li, A. Griebel, … , E. Pendall (2018) Constraining Simulated Respiration Fluxes with Component Measurements in a Dry Eucalypt Forest. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10-14 Dec. 2018, Washington D.C., USA.

A. Griebel, D. Metzen, G. Burba, E. Pendall (2018). Assessing the surface characteristics of Australian flux tower sites and quantifying the influence of footprint variations on carbon budgets. OzFlux-AsiaFlux joint conference, 20-26 Aug. 2018, Darwin, Australia.

(Invited) A. Griebel and C. Ewenz (2018). Theory and application of flux footprint modeling. OzFlux-AsiaFlux joint conference, 20-26 Aug. 2018, Darwin, Australia.

A. Griebel, C. Maier, C.V.M. Barton, D. Metzen, A. Renchon, M.M. Boer, E. Pendall (2017). Mistletoe infection alters the transpiration flow path and suppresses water regulation of host trees during extreme events. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 11-15 Dec. 2017, New Orleans, USA.

(Invited) A. Griebel, P. Isaac, J. Beringer, J. Cleverly, I. McHugh, C. Ewenz (2017). Insights from alternative flux processing approaches. Eddy4R workshop, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 12 Dec. 2017, New Orleans, USA.

H. Andrews, A. Griebel, E. Pendall (2017). Aboveground disturbance controls on belowground processes:  does mistletoe parasitism alter biogeochemical cycling in Australian eucalypt woodlands? AGU virtual poster session.

A. Griebel, C. Maier, C.V.M. Barton, D. Metzen, A. Renchon, M.M. Boer, E. Pendall (2017). Mistletoe infection alters the transpiration flow path and suppresses water regulation of host trees during extreme events. OzFlux annual meeting, 12-14 Nov. 2017, Sydney, Australia.

(Invited) A. Griebel (2017). Flux footprints. OzFlux data processing workshop, 6-10 Nov. 2017, Sydney, Australia.

A. Griebel, L.T. Bennett, S.K. Arndt (2016). Growing up with stress – carbon sequestration and allocation dynamics of a broadleaf evergreen forest. European Geophysical UnionGeneral Assembly, 17-22 April 2016, Vienna, Austria.

A. Griebel, L.T. Bennett, D. Metzen, J. Cleverly, G. Burba, S.K. Arndt (2015). Effect of non-homogeneity in flux footprint on the interpretation of seasonal, annual, and interannual ecosystem carbon exchange. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 14-18 Dec. 2015, San Francisco, CA., USA. Student presentation award winner.

S.K. Arndt, L.T. Bennett, D.S. Culvenor, G.J. Newnham, A. Griebel (2015). VEGNET – a novel terrestrial LiDAR scanner for daily monitoring of canopy dynamics. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 14-18 Dec. 2015, San Francisco, CA., USA.

A. Griebel, L.T. Bennett, D. Metzen, J. Cleverly, G. Burba, S.K. Arndt (2015). Effects of inhomogeneities in flux footprints on the interpretation of seasonal, annual, and interannual ecosystem carbon exchange. OzFlux annual meeting, 16-18 Nov. 2015, Hobart, Australia.

N. Kljun, A. Griebel, E. van Gorsel (2015). Footprint Modelling for Flux Towers. OzFlux workshop, 9-13 Nov. 2015, Hobart, Australia.

A. Griebel, L.T. Bennett, D.S. Culvenor, G.J. Newnham, S.K. Arndt (2015). Seasonal growth dynamics of temperate eucalypt forests. DELWP Science Symposium, 4-6 Nov. 2015, Melbourne, Australia.

A. Griebel, L.T. Bennett, S.K. Arndt (2015). Inescapable variation – Effects of a non-homogeneous flux tower footprint on seasonal carbon fluxes in a temperate forest. European Geophysical UnionGeneral Assembly, 12-17 April 2015, Vienna, Austria.

A. Griebel, L.T. Bennett, S.K. Arndt (2015). Unravelling carbon allocation dynamics in an evergreen temperate forest. European Geophysical Union General Assembly, 12-17 April 2015, Vienna, Austria.

A. Griebel, L.T. Bennett, D.S. Culvenor, G.J. Newnham, S.K. Arndt (2014). Reducing uncertainties in long-term LAI dynamics with a novel terrestrial LiDAR sensor (VEGNET). XXIV IUFRO World Congress, 5-11 Oct. 2014, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

A. Griebel, Bennett L. T., Arndt S. K. (2014). Long-term crown and structural dynamics of the Wombat Forest. OzFlux annual meeting, 29 Sep. – 1 Oct. 2014, Alice Springs, Australia.

A. Griebel, N. Hinko-Najera, B. Fest, J. Najera-Umana, S.J. Livesley, S.K. Arndt (2014). Wombat SuperSite. OzFlux annual meeting, 29 Sep. – 1 Oct. 2014, Alice Springs, Australia.

A. Griebel, Bennett L. T. and Arndt S. K. (2013). Do seasonal growth patterns explain carbon and water fluxes? Graduate Research Conference, 30-1 Nov. 2013, Dookie, Australia.

A. Griebel, Bennett L. T., Arndt S. K.  (2013). Do seasonal growth patterns explain carbon and water fluxes? OzFlux annual meeting, 8-10 July 2013, Cairns, Australia.

A. Griebel, D.E. Anderson, K.M. Powell, T.S. Thienelt, A. Bott, J. Löffler (2011). Greenhouse Gas Flux Comparisons between Lawns in the Denver Urban Area and in an Adjacent Natural Tallgrass Prairie in the Rocky Mountain Front Range. International Workshop on Urban Climate and Weather: Observation and Modeling, 12-15 July 2011, Beijing, China.

D.E. Anderson, K.M. Powell, G. Szanko, C. Mladinich, S. Curry, A. Griebel, T.S. Thienelt (2010). Carbon Sequestration Rates and the Energy Balance of Turf in the Denver Urban Ecosystem and in an Adjacent Native Grassland Under Contrasting Management. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 13-17 Dec. 2010, San Francisco, CA., USA.

D. E. Anderson, K. Moore Powell, R. Kroodsma, A. Griebel, L. Nelson, E. Stieve, S. Norris, (2009) Estimates of Biogenic Greenhouse Gas Flux Components in the Denver Urban Ecosystem. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 13-18 Dec. 2009, San Francisco, CA., USA.