Hi, I’m Anas!

I’m a Ph.D. student in the University of Göttingen’s Bioclimatology group

My main research interests are micrometeorology, atmospheric trace gas measurements, atmospheric turbulence, and the interactions between the biosphere and the atmosphere.

My Ph.D. research is primarily focused on the development of the true eddy accumulation method (TEA) for the measurement of methane and CO2 fluxes over forests. The TEA method is an attractive alternative to the state-of-the-art eddy covariance technique for the measurement of atmospheric exchange.

For more information, see my short CV or connect with me via email