At the 10th BayCEER Workshop over 100 participants from 22 disciplines presented their work in 13 oral and 16 poster presentations during a varied day program. Also many students form the study programs Geoecology M.Sc., Global Change Ecology M.Sc. and Environmental Chemistry M.Sc. attended the workshop. After the awards ceremony all participants celebrated the workshop´s 10th anniversary with a BayCEER-themed birthday cake.
More pictures are collected in the internal workshop website.
The organizers want to thank
the session chairs,
poster and talk authors, jury members as well as all participants
for their engagement!
BayCEER Workshop Award winners for posters...
- Katharina Blaurock with co-authors Luisa Hopp, Benjamin Gilfedder, Jan Fleckenstein and Stefan Peiffer for her poster:
P 3 The influence of topography on the mobilization of dissolved organic carbon in a small forested catchment in the Bavarian Forest National Park
- Judith Bieberich with co-authors Heike Feldhaar and Marianne Lauerer for her poster:
P 10 Invasive Impatiens glandulifera: micro niche and impact on plant community
- Lisa Hennig with co-authors Sven Frei and Britta Aufgebauer for her poster:
P 4 Prognosis and analysis of the behavior of small catchment areas in the context of local climate change
- Meike Widdig with co-authors Per Marten Schleuss, Alfons Weig, Alexander Guhr, Lori Biedermann, Elizabeth Borer, Mick Crawley, Kevin Kirkman, Eric Seabloom, Peter Wragg and Marie Spohn for her talk:
O 1.1 Nitrogen and phosphorus inputs affect phosphorus solubilizing bacteria and phosphatase activity in six grassland soils in South Africa, USA, and UK
- Joscha Opitz with co-authors Stefan Peiffer and Matthias Alte for his talk:
O 1.5 Design and sizing of passive systems for treatment of circum-neutral ferruginous mine water
- Patrick von Jeetze with co-authors Mohsen Zarebanadkouki and Andrea Carminati for his talk:
O 1.4 Modelling root water uptake in heterogenous soils
The awards for best poster and oral presentations on the BayCEER Workshop are reserved for junior scientists.
The BayCEER Early Career Research Recognition...
...honored the outstanding achievements in PhD research in Ecology and Environmental Science of newly graduated Postdoctoral scientists, graded with „Summa cum laude“ during the last year:
(not present at the workshop)
- Dr. Thomas Kolb, Geomorphology
Middle and Upper Pleistocene fluvial terraces in an abandoned valley in Upper Franconia (Germany): Chronology and driving forces
- Dr. Sebastian Schmitt, Atmospheric Chemistry
Formation of Secondary Organic Aerosol from Photo-Oxidation of Benzene: a Chamber study