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Public Climate School und weltweiter Klimastreik

In der Woche vom 25. November bis zum 01. Dezember veranstalteten die Students for Future Bayreuth in Zusammenarbeit mit weiteren Gruppen eine öffentliche Public Climate School mit Workshops, Vorträgen und Kulturveranstaltungen rund um den Klimawandel. Zusätzlich thematisierten zahlreiche Dozentinnen und Dozenten in dieser Woche im Rahmen ihrer regulären Lehre Klimatwandelfragen aus ihrem Fachbereich. Der internationale Klimastreik am Freitag, 29.11. - von Fridays for Future unter #NeustartKlima beworben - ist als Programmpunkt der Public Climate School integriert.


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Research
https://www.uni-bayreuth.de/en/university/press/press-releases/2019/151-LimnoPlast/index.html

Europe-wide research project: Microplastics in rivers and lakes

On 25 November the official go-ahead was given for the "LimnoPlast” EU research and training project on the distribution of microplastics in European rivers and lakes. This “Innovative Training Network (ITN)”, which is funded for four years to the tune of almost €4.1 million by the EU out of its "Horizon 2020" programme in the framework of the Marie Skłodowska Curie measures. It is supported by 13 universities, research institutions and partners from industry from eight European countries, and coordinated by Prof. Dr. Christian Laforsch of the University of Bayreuth. His deputy, is Prof. Dr. Martin Wagner, NTNU Trondheim/Norway.


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https://www.uni-bayreuth.de/en/university/press/press-releases/2019/143-Rice-production/index.html

Rice production in times of global warming

Researchers at the Universities of Stanford, Tübingen, and Bayreuth predict that harvests of rice, the world's most important staple food, will decline significantly more than previously expected, and that its arsenic content will rise sharply under future climatic conditions. They present the results of their research in the journal "Nature Communication". According to Prof. Dr. Britta Planer-Friedrich, co-author and head of the Environmental Geochemistry, BayCEER / University of Bayreuth, understanding the absorption routes and conversions of arsenic in rice plants and being able to advise on breeding and agriculture is an important goal of research of the group.


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https://www.uni-bayreuth.de/en/university/press/press-releases/2019/131-protected-areas/index.html

Climate change in protected areas endangers biodiversity

Researchers at the Chair of Biogeography, BayCEER / University of Bayreuth, have calculated for the first time how climate change is likely to affect the earth's conservation areas by 2070. In Nature Communications, they present their study with which they seek to give new impetus to environmental policy and the management of protected areas.


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https://www.uni-bayreuth.de/en/university/press/press-releases/2019/147-Nature-Index/index.html

University of Bayreuth among the world's top young universities

The University of Bayreuth is in the top group of the "Nature Index 2019 Young Universities". This global ranking lists universities and research institutions younger than 50 years of age according to their share of publications in cutting-edge scientific research. In the ranking of the world's 175 best young universities, the University of Bayreuth was placed 21st. This puts it in second spot among young universities in Germany. The breakdown by subject group shows that the University of Bayreuth is one of the world's leading young institutions in “Earth & environmental sciences”. Here it achieved seventh place out of a total of 25 listed institutions.


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Rankings & Awards
https://www.uni-bayreuth.de/en/university/press/press-releases/2019/145-President_s-Dinner-Awardees/index.html

Universitätsverein Science Award to Professor Dr. Johanna Pausch

The Universitätsverein Science Award for outstanding academic achievements in the promotion of early-career scholars at the University of Bayreuth goes to Professor Dr. Johanna Pausch. Since her appointment to the Junior Professorship for Agroecology (Tenure Track) in May 2017, Johanna Pausch has succeeded in establishing a considerable working group with a focus on rhizosphere research, raising funds for a number of research projects, and launching new research initiatives at the BayCEER.


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https://www.dbu.de/index.php?menuecms_optik=&menuecms=123&objektid=38389&vorschau=1

Deutscher Umweltpreis 2019 geht an Prof. Dr. Ingrid Kögel-Knabner

Die Bodenwissenschaftlerin Prof. Dr. Ingrid Kögel-Knabner von der TU München und der Unternehmer Reinhard Schneide aus Mainz werden am 27. Oktober 2019 je zur Hälfte mit dem mit 500.000 Euro dotierten Deutschen Umweltpreis der Deutschen Bundesstiftung Umwelt ausgezeichnet. Ingrid Kögel-Knabner forscht zur Rolle von Böden im Klimawandel. Sie gilt als eine der renommiertesten und einflussreichsten Bodenwissenschaftlerinnen der Welt. Als eine der ersten studierte sie an der Universität Bayreuth Geoökoloigie, sie promovierte und habilitierte danach in der Bodenkunde bei Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Zech.


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Naturpark Fichtelgebirge e.V. fördert Masterarbeit zur Buchenverjüngung

Masterstudentin Judith Eisenbacher hat für ihre Abschlussarbeit zum Thema „Spätfrostlimitierung der Rot-Buche im Fichtelgebirge“ eine Förderung durch den Naturpark Fichtelgebirge e.V. erhalten. Die Forschung ist eine Zusammenarbeit der Mikrometeorologie und der Störungsökologie, geleitet von Prof. Dr. Anke Jentsch.


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BayCEER Colloquium:
Th. 2019-12-05 now
Natürlich gegen Rechts? Von wegen!
Th. 2019-12-12
Iron, sulfur and a pinch of antimony - new perspectives on secondary mineral pathways and metalloid mobility
Ecological-Botanical Garden:
Su. 2020-01-05
Auf ins Neue! Winterspaziergang im ÖBG
Geographisches Kolloquium:
Tu. 2019-12-10
Intensify or diversify? How agriculture affects biodiversity and ecosystem processes in European farmland
Tu. 2019-12-17
The meat of the Anthropocene: Food, capital and the globalisation of industrialised animal killing
BayCEER Blog
24.05.2019
Stoichiometric controls of C and N cycling
07.05.2019
Flying halfway across the globe to dig in the dirt – a research stay in Bloomington, USA
07.05.2019
EGU – interesting research and free coffee
16.04.2019
Picky carnivorous plants?
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