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Vortragsreihe Ökologie und Umweltforschung SS 2024

Donnerstag 12:15-13:45 H6, Geo

18.04.2024Dr. Dimitri Meier
Ecological Microbiology, BayCEER
Survival, 'dormancy', and resuscitation of microorganisms in water-limited environments: insights from coastal salt flats and desert soil crusts [Abstract]
Dr. Wiebke Finkler
Department of Marketing, University of Otago
The Canvas of Change: Creative Marketing for Behaviour Change, Sustainability and Social Good [Abstract]
25.04.2024Prof. Juan Lorite Moreno
Botanical Department, University of Granada, Spain
Perspectives and challenges in the restoration and conservation of two isolated habitats: gypsum and cliffs [Abstract]
16.05.2024Prof. Dr. Britta Planer-Friedrich & Prof. Dr. Stephan Clemens
Environmental Geochemistry & Plant Physiology, BayCEER
Dimethylated thioarsenates: potentially dangerous hidden arsenic species in rice and rice products [Abstract]
06.06.2024Dr. Anna Walentowitz
Biogeography, BayCEER
Tracking plant diversity dynamics on islands over thousands of years [Abstract]
Prof. Fang-Jie Zhao
College of Resources and Environmental Sciences Nanjing Agricultural University, China
Arsenic biogeochemistry from paddy soil to rice grain [Abstract]
13.06.2024Prof. Dr. Richard Phillips
Department of Biology, Indiana University
Seeing the forest beneath the trees: Mycorrhizal fungi as trait integrators of ecosystem processes [Abstract]
20.06.2024Dr. Sara König
Department of Soil System Science, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research
It's the little things that count - how microbial dynamics affect soil funtions at the pedon scale [Abstract]
27.06.2024Prof. Dr. Melanie Dammhahn
Department of Behavioural Biology, University of Münster
Who takes the risk? Patterns and consequences of individual variation in landscapes of fear [Abstract]
04.07.2024Dr. Tyson Terry
Disturbance Ecology, BayCEER
How large-scale atmospheric trends affect resource availability for plants at small scales [Abstract]
11.07.2024Prof. Dr. Anke C. Nölscher
Atmospheric Chemistry, BayCEER
Atmosphere in transition: A molecular level perspective [Abstract]

Das BayCEER-Kolloquium dient als interdisziplinäre Plattform für Studierende, Wissenschaftler*innen und Interessierte: während der Vorlesungszeit geben Gäste und Mitglieder des BayCEER Einblicke in ihre Forschung, die im Hörsaal und in lockerer Atmosphäre beim Postkolloquiums diskutiert werden.

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