Vortragsreihe Ökologie und Umweltforschung WS 2010/11

Thursday 16:15-17:45 H6, Geo

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DatelecturerTitle
H6
21.10.2010
Prof. Hugh A. L. Henry
University of Western Ontario, Canada
Climate warming and atmospheric nitrogen deposition in temperate systems: do winter processes matter? [Abstract]
H6
28.10.2010
Prof. Dr. Georg Schwedt
Emeritus TU Clausthal
Chemie und Literatur: Ein Abwasserprozess im Roman "Pfisters Mühle" von Wilhelm Raabe [Abstract]
H6
04.11.2010
Prof. Dr. Pavel Tarasov
Institute for Geological Sciences, Palaeontology, Freie Universitt Berlin
Pollen-based reconstructions of the late Quaternary vegetation and climate: Numerical approaches and case studies from northern Asia [Abstract]
H6
18.11.2010
Dr. Jen-How Huang
Inst. f. Biogeochemie u. Schadstoffdynamik, ETH Zürich
Impact of microbial activity on arsenic reduction, mobilization and sequestration at the mineral-solution interface [Abstract]
H6
15:45-17:00
25.11.2010
Dr. Michael Pester
Faculty of Life Sciences, Dept. of Microbial Ecology (DOME), University of Vienna
Sulfate-reducing microorganisms in low-sulfate peatlands: overlooked key players in the interwined biogeochemical cycles of peat soils? [Abstract]
Monday
H8
18:00
29.11.2010
Dr. Florian Wittmann
Max Planck Institut für Chemie, Abteilung Biogeochemie, Mainz
Ökologie, Artenverbreitung und Diversität neotropischer Überschwemmungswälder: Zur Rolle der Feuchtgebiete in der Evolution der rezenten Flora des Amazonas-Beckens [Abstract]
H6
09.12.2010
Prof. Dr. Klaus Lunau
Arbeitsgruppe Sinnesökologie, WS Biologie, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Farbpräferenzen von blütenbesuchenden Bienen und Schwebfliegen [Abstract]
H6
20.01.2011
Dr. Naoise Nunan
Bioemco, laboratory Centre INRA Versailles-Grignon, France
Do microbe-habitat interactions affect the relationship between microbial diversity and carbon dynamics in soil? [Abstract]
H6
27.01.2011
Prof. Dr. James Kirchner
Eidgenössische Forschungsanstalt für Wald, Schnee, und Landschaft (WSL), Birmensdorf, Schweiz
Hydrological processes revealed by high-frequency chemical dynamics spanning the periodic table [Abstract]
H6
15:00-16:00
03.02.2011
Dr. Jürgen Kreyling
Department of Biogeography, University of Bayreuth
The importance of winter climate change on ecological processes [Abstract]
H6
03.02.2011
Prof. Dr. Ralf Seppelt
Department Computational Landscape Ecology, University of Halle-Wittenberg
On the rise (and the fall) of the ecosystem service concept [Abstract]
H6
10.02.2011
Prof. Dr. Fernando Díaz del Olmo
Universidad de Sevilla, Geografía Física
Das geoökologische Projekt Donana-Nationalpark (Spanien) [Abstract]
Friday
H16, NW II
10:15-11:45
11.02.2011
Prof. Dr. José María Fernández-Palacios
La Laguna University, Tenerife
A reconstruction of Palaeo-Macaronesia, with particular reference to the long-term biogeography of the Atlantic island laurel forests [Abstract]
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