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Past Agenda "BayCEER Colloquium"

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DateLocationPresenting personTitle
Th. 2024-06-13 (12:15-13:45)H6, GeoProf. Dr. Richard Phillips, Department of Biology, Indiana UniversityBayCEER Colloquium: Seeing the forest beneath the trees: Mycorrhizal fungi as trait integrators of ecosystem processes [Details]
Mo. 2024-06-10 (10:15)H6, GeoProf. Fang-Jie Zhao, College of Resources and Environmental Sciences Nanjing Agricultural University, ChinaBayCEER Colloquium: Arsenic biogeochemistry from paddy soil to rice grain [Details]
Th. 2024-06-06 (12:15-13:45)H6, GeoDr. Anna Walentowitz, Biogeography, BayCEERBayCEER Colloquium: Tracking plant diversity dynamics on islands over thousands of years [Details]
Th. 2024-05-16 (12:15-13:45)H6, GeoProf. Dr. Britta Planer-Friedrich & Prof. Dr. Stephan Clemens, Environmental Geochemistry & Plant Physiology, BayCEERBayCEER Colloquium: Dimethylated thioarsenates: potentially dangerous hidden arsenic species in rice and rice products [Details]
Th. 2024-04-25 (12:15-13:45)H6, GeoProf. Juan Lorite Moreno, Botanical Department, University of Granada, SpainBayCEER Colloquium: Perspectives and challenges in the restoration and conservation of two isolated habitats: gypsum and cliffs [Details]
Th. 2024-04-18 (17:00-18:00)H6, GeoDr. Wiebke Finkler, Department of Marketing, University of OtagoBayCEER Colloquium: The Canvas of Change: Creative Marketing for Behaviour Change, Sustainability and Social Good [Details]
Th. 2024-04-18 (12:15-13:45)H6, GeoDr. Dimitri Meier, Ecological Microbiology, BayCEERBayCEER Colloquium: Survival, 'dormancy', and resuscitation of microorganisms in water-limited environments: insights from coastal salt flats and desert soil crusts [Details]
Th. 2024-01-25-BayCEER Colloquium: BayCEER members´ meeting
Th. 2024-01-18Dr. Khatab Abdalla, Agroecology, BayCEERBayCEER Colloquium: Looking High and Low for the Best Land Management Practice/s to Enhance Soil C Sequestration in Smallholder Farming Systems in South Africa [Details]
Th. 2024-01-11Prof. Dr. Laurel ThomasArrigo, Environmental Chemistry Group, University of NeuchâtelBayCEER Colloquium: Iron mineral dynamics modulate organic carbon cycling in Iceland wetland soils [Details]
Th. 2023-12-14Dr. Frederic Leuther, Soil Physics, BayCEER, UBTBayCEER Colloquium: Soil structure, water, and organic matter – responses to different land management systems [Details]
Th. 2023-12-07Prof. Dr. Adrien Mestrot, Unit Leader Soil Science, University of BernBayCEER Colloquium: Release, biomethylation, and biovolatilisation of arsenic and antimony in the environment: from soils to plants and humans [Details]
Th. 2023-11-30Prof. Dr. Norbert Kunert, Funktionelle und Tropische PflanzenökologieBayCEER Colloquium: Drought, heat, and late frost – challenges in selecting tree species to adapt forests to climate change [Details]
Th. 2023-11-23Prof. Dr. Susanne Baldermann, Food Metabolom, University of Bayreuth (Kulmbach Campus)BayCEER Colloquium: Nutritional profiles of vegetables impacted by genetic, agronomic and environmental factors [Details]
Th. 2023-11-16Dr. Roswitha Schmickel, Department of Botany, Charles University in Prague, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR)BayCEER Colloquium: Past and future of the tropical alpine ecosystem: lessons from plant evolution [Details]
Th. 2023-11-09 (12:15-13:45)Dr. Christoph Bachofen, EPFL Lausanne, Plant Ecology Research LaboratoryBayCEER Colloquium: From the forest to the city: understanding tree interactions with the urban microclimate [Details]
Th. 2023-10-26Prof. Jan Vanderborght, Director Institute of Bio- and Geosciences IBG-3: Agrosphere, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHBayCEER Colloquium: Modelling root water uptake: from root segments up to the field plot scale [Details]
Th. 2023-10-19 (12:15-13:45)Franz-Sebastian KrahDr. Franz-Sebastian Krah, Fungal Ecology, BayCEERBayCEER Colloquium: Global change mycology: Towards understanding the role of climate for fruit body-forming fungal communities [Details]
Th. 2023-07-13 (12:15-13:45)Leonor Álvarez-CansinoProf. Dr. Leonor Álvarez-Cansino, Department of Plant Biology and Ecology, University of Seville, SpainBayCEER Colloquium: A trait-based conceptual framework for annual plants responses to drought and grazing in semi-arid rangelands [Details]
Th. 2023-07-06 (12:15-13:45)Prof. Dr. Corina Vlot-Schuster, Crop plant genetics,UBTBayCEER Colloquium: Plant-to-plant signalling via volatiles regulates interactions between plants and microbes [Details]
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