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Faculty for Biology, Chemistry and Earth Sciences

Department Soil Ecology - Prof. Dr. Eva Lehndorff

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Eva Lehndorff: Theses offered



Bachelor's Theses offered
Biodiversität im Apfelanbau und Bodenhumusaufbau

Mischkulturen und Zwischenfruchtanbau sind gekennzeichnet durch eine hohe Biodiversität. Wie wird dies in Apfelplantagen umgesetzt und führt dies auch zu mehr und stabilerem Humus?

Contact: Eva Lehndorff, Nele Meyer


Master's Theses offered
Deep Carbon in Chernozems in Germany - a chemical characterization

In Chernozoms Carbon is stored in very thick soil horizons. What is its origin? Did it derive from above-ground or below-ground biomass such as roots? Use soil chemistry to solve this! (C,N, Lignin, Suberin)

Contact: Eva Lehndorff


PhD Theses offered
Hot gradients & cold spots - spatial dimensions of organic matter dispersal and nutrient immobilization in the rhizosphere and consequences for plant nutrition

The contact between soil and plant is the critical zone for carbon and nutrient exchange. The spatial relationships between storage and release of nutrients in the rhizosphere are still to be understood. In this project we use modern spatial high-resolution methods to identify carbon and nutrient deposits in the rhizosphere. This is embedded in a larger research group, the SPP Rhizosphere program of the German Research association.

Contact: Eva Lehndorff
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