|Fischer, D; Thomas, S M; Stahlmann, R; Beierkuhnlein, C: The propagation of exotic insect-borne diseases in Bavaria as a consequence of global warming, Forum der Geoökologie, 20(1), 51-53 (2009)|
Global warming is directly impacting human health. For example, extreme weather events (such as heat waves) are reaching new dimensions. In addition to such direct meteorologically induced stress situations, organisms can respond to shifts in climatic conditions in a variety of ways (e.g. activity, phenology, reproduction, productivity, pollen production) (Beierkuhnlein & Foken 2008).
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12th BayCEER Workshop 2020: "Call for Abstracts" is open
Extreme redox oscillations in freshwater re-flooded acid sulfate soil wetlands: Effects on Fe, S, and trace metals geochemical behavior
Dissolved organic matter quality in differently managed forest ecosystems
Signaling of rhizosphere microbiome: key for plant health, development and nutrition
BayCEER Workshop 2020
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Stoichiometric controls of C and N cycling
Flying halfway across the globe to dig in the dirt – a research stay in Bloomington, USA
Picky carnivorous plants?