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Christina Bogner: Projects

Completed Projects

  • Functional relationships between land-use, climate and biogeochemical cycles (DFG FOR 1246 - Syn 2)
    Synthesis Project 2 of the Research Unit KiLi (DFG FOR 1246) [Details]

  • Patterns in water flux and carbon cycle controls along land use and climate gradients (DFG FOR 1246 - TP 2)
    In the framework of ecosystem analysis and biodiversity research, the soil and plant compartments of representative Kilimajaro ecosystems will be studied with special emphasis on soil water availability, soil water fluxes, plant water relations, and carbon in soils and plants. [Details]

Projects from other divisions

  • Variation of plant drought tolerance in grasslands: effects on community assembly and ecosystem resilience (DFG, BETol)

    Under conditions of climate change, water availability in temperate grasslands is projected to decrease, and extreme events – including droughts - to increase. A thorough understanding of species responses to drought, of the traits governing drought responses, and how they affect community assembly and ecosystem function is necessary for projections of consequences of climate change for the future. In this study, we comparatively assess whole-plant drought tolerance of 38 grassland species, and identify the key traits for differential drought responses, through directly linking physiological, anatomical and morphological traits that influence species water relations to the species’ drought tolerance.

    A project within the Biodiversity Exploratories, DFG Priority Programme 1374.

    [Details]

Completed Projects

  • Does crop diversity stabilize farmer's income? Time series analysis of agro-economic data from South Korea (WP 4-07)
    Heera Lee, Christina Bogner, Thomas Koellner [Details]

  • Changing flow paths in soils (DFG FOR 562 TP 5: (2005-2008))
    Christina Bogner, Andreas Kolb, Iris Schmiedinger, Bernd Huwe [Details]

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