• Highlights

    – News from the DRY–2–DRY front –


    Workshop on transpiration


    Recent progress on the use of satellite-based solar induced fluorescence to diagnose water fluxes – Transpiration workshop at MPI Jena.

    New perspective on the topic


    Our article discussing the role of land–atmospheric feedbacks during droughts and heatwaves just got published.

    New scientific article from DRY–2–DRY


    A new paper led by Irina Petrova shows that afternoon rainfall in the Sahel occurs earlier over dry soils and moist atmospheres.

    Brianna Pagán awarded AGU grant


    DRY–2–DRY researcher Brianna Pagán is the new awardee of a Horton Research Grant, aiming to promote excellence in hydrology research.

    New article in Nature E&E


    New study published in Nature E&E shows a maximum of vegetation water use at intermediate aridity conditions.

    The project keeps rolling


    DRY–2–DRY team is finally complete with the arrival of Dominik and Jessica to the city of Ghent; welcome! – see Team.

    New article in Science


    Positive trends in vegetation density have led to cooling in semiarid regions and further warming at high latitudes – see here.

    A success at EGU 2017


    DRY–2–DRY team members present their ongoing and upcoming research at the European Geosciences Union general assembly in Vienna.

    The project is about to start!


    DRY–2–DRY kicks off with the arrival of Irina, Brianna and Hendrik at the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering – see Team.