Johannes RansijnDr.

Johannes Ransijn


Disturbance Ecology

At BayCEER until 09/2016
e-Mail: Johannes.Ransijn(at)uni-bayreuth.de


I am a post-doctoral researcher at the department of Disturbance Ecology. My research focuses on the effects of climatic change on plant communities and interactions with disturbance. My background is in forestry, nature management and systems ecology. I have a broad interest in coupled socio-ecological systems, (eco)system stability and resilience and have been working on subjects ranging from the effects of elevated CO2 on plant tissue chemistry, biomass accumulation in tropical forests and links between deforestation, climate and the collapse of ancient civilisations.

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BayCEER Colloquium:
Th. 2020-01-30
BayCEER Mitgliederversammlung
Th. 2020-04-23
Physical constraints and biological controls of plant-environment interactions
Th. 2020-05-07
Investigating communal pathogen defense and its role in social evolution
Ecological-Botanical Garden:
Su. 2020-02-02
Mehr als Sonne und Strand: Pflanzen der Karibik
SFB Mikroplastik:
Mo. 2020-02-03
Microplastic effects in terrestrial ecosystems
BayCEER Blog
13.01.2020
Why Science Communication?
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
RSS Blog as RSS Feed
Weather research site
Niederschlag: 1.3 mm/24h
Sonnenschein: <1 h/d

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Globalstrahlung: 9 W/m²
Wind (Höhe 32m): 12.8 km/h

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