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Past Agenda "BayCEER Colloquium"

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DateLocationPresenting personTitle
Th. 2023-10-26Prof. Jan Vanderborght, Director Institute of Bio- and Geosciences IBG-3: Agrosphere, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHBayCEER Colloquium: Modelling root water uptake: from root segments up to the field plot scale [Details]
Th. 2023-10-19 (12:15-13:45)Franz-Sebastian KrahDr. Franz-Sebastian Krah, Fungal Ecology, BayCEERBayCEER Colloquium: Global change mycology: Towards understanding the role of climate for fruit body-forming fungal communities [Details]
Th. 2023-07-13 (12:15-13:45)Leonor Álvarez-CansinoProf. Dr. Leonor Álvarez-Cansino, Department of Plant Biology and Ecology, University of Seville, SpainBayCEER Colloquium: A trait-based conceptual framework for annual plants responses to drought and grazing in semi-arid rangelands [Details]
Th. 2023-07-06 (12:15-13:45)Prof. Dr. Corina Vlot-Schuster, Crop plant genetics,UBTBayCEER Colloquium: Plant-to-plant signalling via volatiles regulates interactions between plants and microbes [Details]
Th. 2023-06-29 (12:15-13:45)Prof. Dr. Angelika Mustroph, Plant Genetics, UBTBayCEER Colloquium: Responses of Brassicaceae to waterlogging and submergence [Details]
Tu. 2023-06-27 (12:15-13:45)H6, GEO-GebäudeDr. Ben Gilfedder, Limnological Research Station, Department of Hydrology, UBTBayCEER Colloquium: Final Habilitation lecture
The white plague: sources, causes and solutions for salinisation [Details]
Th. 2023-06-22 (12:15-13:45)Prof. Dr. Steffen Kolb, Working Group: Microbial Biogeochemistry, Leibniz-Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF) e. V.BayCEER Colloquium: Microbiomes in Agricultural Ecosystems – Their Roles for a Sustainable Land Use [Details]
Th. 2023-06-15 (12:15-13:45)Prof. Dr. Georg Petschenka, Institute of Phytomedicine, department Entomology, Universität HohenheimBayCEER Colloquium: Insect interactions with natural and man-made toxins [Details]
Th. 2023-05-25Prof. Dr. Sebastian Dötterl, Professur für Bodenressourcen, ETH ZürichBayCEER Colloquium: Nature based solutions for climate mitigation in the Global South: When missing understanding for tropical soils and ecosystems meets socio-ecological reality [Details]
Th. 2023-05-11BayCEER Colloquium: Cancelled
Th. 2023-04-27Prof. Maria Dittrich, Earth Sciences Department, University of TorontoBayCEER Colloquium: Dolomite formation in microbial mats in Qatar's sabkhas [Details]
Th. 2023-04-20Timo ConradiDr. Timo Conradi, Lehrstuhl für Pflanzenökologie, UBTBayCEER Colloquium: Impacts of climate change on terrestrial vegetation: a macroecological perspective [Details]
Th. 2023-04-06Dr. Richard E. Hoare, Wildlife Veterinarian, Zimbabwe and BotswanaBayCEER Colloquium: Human-Wildlife Conflicts (HWC) in Southern Africa [Details]
Th. 2023-02-16Dr. Nicolai Nürk, Plant Systematics, BayCEERBayCEER Colloquium: What is diversification and how should we study it? [Details]
Th. 2023-02-09Dr. Alejandro Ordonez, Department of Biology, Aarhus University, DenmarkBayCEER Colloquium: Rising Novelty in Ecosystems and Climates [Details]
Th. 2023-01-26NNBayCEER Colloquium: BayCEER members´ meeting
Th. 2023-01-19Prof. Dr. Hannes Knapp, Board Member of the Presiding Committee, Euronatur FoundationBayCEER Colloquium: Die aktuelle Situation der deutschen Wälder [Details]
Th. 2023-01-12Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Durner, Leiter der Abteilung Bodenkunde und Bodenphysik, TU BraunschweigBayCEER Colloquium: Challenges in Soil Hydrological Modeling - The Devil is in the Details [Details]
Th. 2022-12-15Dr. Alexander Groos, Department Geographie und Geowissenschaften, Institut für Geographie, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-NürnbergBayCEER Colloquium: Living on the ice edge: insights into the environmental, climatic, and human history of the Ethiopian highlands [Details]
Th. 2022-12-08Dr. Muammar Mansor, Center for Applied Geoscience Geomicrobiology, Eberhard Karls Universität TübingenBayCEER Colloquium: Microbial-mineral interactions: Formation of pyrite and implications for biosignature and environmental research [Details]
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