Thursday, 11.10.2018

TimeH36, NW III
08:15Registration (Foyer NW III)

Prof. Dr. Heike Feldhaar, BayCEER Director


"The Skin of the Earth and below: Soil and Water"

Chair: Heike Feldhaar

O 1.1: Meike Widdig et al.: Nitrogen and phosphorus inputs affect phosphorus solubilizing bacteria and phosphatase activity in six grassland soils in South Africa, USA, and UK
09:25O 1.2: Jiajia Wang et al.: Arsenic thiolation and its contribution to arsenic cycling in paddy soils
09:40O 1.3: Johannes Besold et al.: Binding of Antimony to Natural Organic Matter in a Finnish Mine-Water Influenced Peatland
09:55O 1.4: Patrick von Jeetze et al.: Modelling root water uptake in heterogenous soils
10:10O 1.5: Joscha Opitz et al.: Design and sizing of passive systems for treatment of circum-neutral ferruginous mine water

Poster presentation in "Lightning Talks"


Morning Poster Coffee
 (Foyer NW III)


"Herb Issues: From Underwater Survivalists to Ecosystem Engineers"

Chair: Bettina Engelbrecht

O 2.2: Angelika Mustroph et al.: Responses of wild species to waterlogging and submergence
11:45O 2.3: Lionel Sujay Vailshery et al.: Impact of the invasive plant Impatiens glandulifera on riparian ecosystems
12:00O 2.4: Vanessa Vetter et al.: Invasion of a legume ecosystem engineer in a cold biome alters plant biodiversity.

Lunch  (S 136)


Afternoon Poster Coffee
(Foyer NW III)


"Tracking Spatial Patterns: From Mosquitos to Biomes"

Chair: Thomas Koellner

O 3.1: Yanchao Cheng et al.: Evaluating the Risk for Usutu virus circulation in Europe: Comparison of Environmental Niche Models and Epidemiological Models
14:15O 3.2: Beloiu Mirela et al.: Spatial patterns of Pinus cembra in Carpathian Mountains protected areas
14:30O 3.3: Bruno Pinho et al.: Plant trait relationships along multiple environmental and disturbance gradients in a seasonally dry tropical forest
14:45O 3.4: Eunyoung Jung et al.: Drought resistance traits are important for deciduous woody species distribution across rainfall and disturbance gradients in caatinga
15:00O 3.5: Timo Conradi et al.: Using big data and mechanistic niche modelling to predict the future distribution of current and novel biomes
15:15Outstanding Doctoral Research: Presentations

Come together
& BayCEER Awards Session

(Foyer NW III)