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Lecture series in Ecology and Environmental Research WS 2016/17

Thursday 12:00-13:30 H6, Geo

DatelecturerTitle
10.11.2016Dr. Katharina Lenhart
Institute for Plant Ecology, Justus-Liebig Universität Gießen
Investigating N2O emissions from plants by using high resolution measurements of N2O mixing ratio and isotope signatures [Abstract]
24.11.2016Prof. Dr. Christoph Hinz
Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg
Pattern formation in semiarid landscapes [Abstract]
01.12.2016Dr. Peter Wilfahrt
Disturbance Ecology, BayCEER, UBT
Initial plant diversity, soil resource supply, and enemy access drive different ecological tradeoffs during old-field succession [Abstract]
08.12.2016PD Dr. Florian Jansen
Landscape Ecology and Ecosystem Dynamics, University of Greifswald
Coat of earth - vegetation as an indicator for landscape functions [Abstract]
15.12.2016Prof. em. Dr. Alfred V. Hirner
Applied Analytical Chemistry, University Duisburg-Essen
Elementspezies, von der Umwelt bis zur Klinik: Ein Potpourri mit As, Bi, Hg und Zn [Abstract]
12.01.2017Prof. Dr. Ansgar Kahmen
Sustainable Land Use, University of Basel, Switzerland
Hydrogen isotopes in plant organic compounds indicate strong shifts in the carbohydrate metabolism of plants over the past century [Abstract]
19.01.2017Prof. Dr. Matthias Noll
Fakultät Angewandte Naturwissenschaften, Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Coburg
Applied microbial ecology is an exciting topic in wood degradation, gas production and food safety [Abstract]
26.01.2017
BayCEER Mitgliederversammlung
02.02.2017Prof. Dr. Thomas Foken
BayCEER / MikroMeteorologische Beratung, Bischberg
Wind throw, bark beetles and climate change: Research at the Waldstein site [Abstract]
Wednesday
H 36, NW III
13:30-14:30
08.03.2017
Prof. Dr. David Storch
Department of Ecology / Center for Theoretical Study, Charles University & Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague
Biodiversity scaling: between biology and geometry [Abstract]

The BayCEER Colloquium serves as an interdisciplinary platform for students, academics and interested citizens: during the lecture period, guests and members of BayCEER give insights into their research, which can then be discussed in plenary and in a relaxed atmosphere during the post-colloquium.

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