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Vortragsreihe Ökologie und Umweltforschung SS 2024

Donnerstag 12:15-13:45 H6, Geo

DatumVortragende*rTitel
18.04.2024Dr. Dimitri Meier
Ecological Microbiology, BayCEER
Survival, 'dormancy', and resuscitation of microorganisms in water-limited environments: insights from coastal salt flats and desert soil crusts [Abstract]
17:00-18:00
18.04.2024
Dr. Wiebke Finkler
Department of Marketing, University of Otago
The Canvas of Change: Creative Marketing for Behaviour Change, Sustainability and Social Good [Abstract]
25.04.2024Prof. Juan Lorite Moreno
Botanical Department, University of Granada, Spain
Perspectives and challenges in the restoration and conservation of two isolated habitats: gypsum and cliffs [Abstract]
16.05.2024Prof. Dr. Britta Planer-Friedrich & Prof. Dr. Stephan Clemens
Environmental Geochemistry & Plant Physiology, BayCEER
Dimethylated thioarsenates: potentially dangerous hidden arsenic species in rice and rice products [Abstract]
06.06.2024Dr. Anna Walentowitz
Biogeography, BayCEER
Tracking plant diversity dynamics on islands over thousands of years [Abstract]
Montag
10:15
10.06.2024
Prof. Fang-Jie Zhao
College of Resources and Environmental Sciences Nanjing Agricultural University, China
Arsenic biogeochemistry from paddy soil to rice grain [Abstract]
13.06.2024Prof. Dr. Richard Phillips
Department of Biology, Indiana University
Seeing the forest beneath the trees: Mycorrhizal fungi as trait integrators of ecosystem processes [Abstract]
20.06.2024Dr. Sara König
Department of Soil System Science, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research
It's the little things that count - how microbial dynamics affect soil funtions at the pedon scale
27.06.2024Prof. Dr. Melanie Dammhahn
Department of Behavioural Biology, University of Münster
Who takes the risk? Patterns and consequences of individual variation in landscapes of fear
04.07.2024Dr. Tyson Terry
Disturbance Ecology, BayCEER
How large-scale atmospheric trends affect resource availability for plants at small scales

Das BayCEER-Kolloquium dient als interdisziplinäre Plattform für Studierende, Wissenschaftler*innen und Interessierte: während der Vorlesungszeit geben Gäste und Mitglieder des BayCEER Einblicke in ihre Forschung, die im Hörsaal und in lockerer Atmosphäre beim Postkolloquiums diskutiert werden.

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