One ultimate goal of global change research is to predict future states of ecological and climate systems. To achieve that goal, we need to understand mechanisms underlying ecosystem responses and feedback to global change; develop process-based models, and integrate experimental results into models toward predictions. This talk will highlight our research activities and achievements using experimental, modeling, and data assimilation approaches. In particular, I will discuss our work on ecosystem responses and feedback to rising atmospheric CO2, climate warming, and altered precipitation. I will also introduce our recent research focus on data-model fusion toward ecological forecasting.
Iron, sulfur and a pinch of antimony - new perspectives on secondary mineral pathways and metalloid mobility
Auf ins Neue! Winterspaziergang im ÖBG
Konzert: Musikalischer Jahresbeginn mit den Rockin`Dinos
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The meat of the Anthropocene: Food, capital and the globalisation of industrialised animal killing
Stoichiometric controls of C and N cycling
Flying halfway across the globe to dig in the dirt – a research stay in Bloomington, USA
EGU – interesting research and free coffee
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