4 BayCEERversity: Across scales, compartments & communities

Chair: Andreas Held, Christina Bogner

Thursday, 15:30-17:00,

There is a very broad range of research in BayCEER!
The Open Sessions are the place to show this diversity.

Any topics are welcome. Authors are invited to point out the links of their subject to other disciplines in ecology and environmental research to stimulate discussions.

15:30O 4.1: Julian Rüdiger et al.: Catching the Plume – From Field Measurements to Atmospheric Simulation Chamber Studies of Volcanic Gas Emissions
15:45O 4.2: Stefan Durejka et al.: Coupling hydrology and biogeochemistry in riparian wetlands: An interdisciplinary approach
16:00O 4.3: Sven Ritschar et al.: Inducible morphological defenses of Daphnia similis against Triops cancriformis and Notonecta maculata
16:15O 4.4: Judith Bieberich et al.: Invasive Impatiens glandulifera reduces growth of native plants by allelopathy
16:30O 4.5: Per Marten Schleuss et al.: Stoichiometric controls of C and N cycling in a mesic grassland in South Africa
16:45O 4.6: Alexander Guhr et al.: Effect of water redistribution by saprotrophic fungi on C mineralization and N translocation in dry soil

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P 4.1 Anita Freundorfer, Ingo Rehberg, Christoph Thomas
Comparison of weak-wind characteristics across different Surface Types in stable stratification
P 4.2 Lena Pfister, Christoph K. Thomas
Formation of Thermal Microfronts in Gentle Terrain
P 4.3 Christoph Thomas, Anita Freundorfer, Karl Lapo, Lena Pfister, Johann Schneider
Illuminating the dark side of surface meteorology: creating a novel framework to explain atmospheric transport and turbulent mixing in the weak-wind boundary layer (ERC DarkMix)
P 4.4 Karl Lapo, Jessica Lundquist, Bart Nijssen
Understanding how modeling decisions affect simulated surface temperature
P 4.5 Nikolina Leona Serdarević, Andreas Held
Influence of reaction time and ozone concentration in flow tube studies of secondary organic aerosol formation from α-pinene ozonolysis
P 4.6 Florian Lang
A look beneath - LiDAR based classification of forest structure in the Black Forest National Park
P 4.7 Thilo Schramm, Barbara Glaser, Julian Klaus, Luisa Hopp
Preferential flow and scale - A dual-permeability model does not improve the simulation of hydrologic response at catchment scale
P 4.8 Silvia Schultes, Catharina Keim, Benjamin Gilfedder
Mapping and Quantification of groundwater inflow into lake Ammersee, upper Bavaria
P 4.9 Patricia Diel, Christian Laforsch, Max Rabus
Microdefences in Daphnia - Predator induced changes in spinule morphology and distribution
P 4.10 Sebastian Steibl, Christian Laforsch
The Impact of Tourist and Local Island Use on Terrestrial Hermit Crabs and their Associated Gastropod Shells
P 4.11 Benjamin Henneberg, Elisabeth Obermaier, Karsten Mody
Study on morphological and olfactory tree traits that influence the susceptibility and suitability of the apple species Malus domestica and Malus sylvestris to the florivorous weevil Anthonomus pomorum (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
P 4.12 Bernd Berauer
Shifts of above ground productivity of pre- & alpine grasslands under climate change
P 4.13 Eunyoung Jung, Shanwen Sun, Bettina Engelbrecht
What is the role of drought for community assembly in temperate grasslands?
P 4.14 Carola Dostal, Leonor Alvarez-Cansino, Eunyoung Jung, Bettina Engelbrecht
The role of nutrients for drought effects across land use gradients in grasslands
P 4.15 Susanne Kurze, Mark C. Bilton, Katja Tielbörger, Bettina Engelbrecht, Leonor Álvarez-Cansino
Drought and grazing impacts in semi-arid rangelands: Testing a novel trait-based conceptual framework
P 4.16 Leonor Álvarez-Cansino, Liza Comita, Manzané Eric, Engelbrecht Bettina
Traits for drought resistance in tropical trees: a newly revised approach
P 4.17 Christina Bogner, Eun-Young Jung, Katharina Müller, Bettina Engelbrecht
Modelling low soil water potentials for grassland ecosystems
P 4.18 Daniel-Sebastian Moser, Bernd Huwe, Christina Bogner
Variability of soil physical parameters, soil moisture and soil erodibility under different weed controls on a coffee plantation in the Kilimanjaro region
P 4.19 Judith Mehlhorn, Britta Planer-Friedrich
Copper immobilization is determined by the quality of organic matter - a case study from a mofette soil
P 4.20 Stefan Bindereif, Jan-Marcel Schubert, Paul Rösch, Stephan Schwarzinger, Gerhard Gebauer
Complementary use of 1H-NMR and multi-element IRMS in association with chemometric methods enables effective origin analysis of high quality cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.)

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