Scheduling upcoming semester and lecture archive BayCEER Kolloquium
Global forests and their diverse appearance have long held a great fascination. In times of global change, forests are also caught between competing land uses, the need for carbon storage, as well as forest disturbances and climate-driven range shifts of tree species. The increasing availability of forest data and novel quantitative tools now make it possible to address longstanding, unanswered questions and current problems in forest ecology. This includes explaining observed patterns in species composition, diversity, and geographic distribution through processes such as environmental effects and biotic interactions in space and time, as well as projecting the state of future forests under new climatic conditions. In this lecture, I will use examples from European and global forests to show how the link between processes and patterns in forests can be investigated by analyzing and simulating tree demography.
Antrittsvorlesung im Rahmen des BayCEER-Kolloquiums, Ankündigungsplakat
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Drought, heat, and late frost – challenges in selecting tree species to adapt forests to climate change
Release, biomethylation and biovolatilisation of trace elements in soils
Führung | "Adventskranz & Co: Pflanzen in der Weihnachtsbinderei"
Ausstellungseröffnung | "MAGIE NATUR" - Malerei von Lisa Failner und Martina Meyering-Vos
Führung | "Kolonialpflanzen: Weihnachtsgebäck und Wintergewürz" - Führung zusammen mit dem Industriemuseum BT e.V."