Climate and land use patterns are changing globally, with far reaching consequences for managed and natural systems and for human welfare.
At BayCEER, we document recent and past climatic processes and land use patterns, and their consequences for ecosystems using a wide range of techniques from eddy-flux towers to remote sensing and modelling approaches. We conduct lab and field experiments to project consequences of global change for populations, communities and ecosystems, and we devise strategies to adapt to and mitigate its consequences. We work at the local, regional, continental and global scale.
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Investigating communal pathogen defense and its role in social evolution
Tracking pesticide turnover in soils with stable isotope tracers
Composition and Sources of (Secondary) Organic Aerosols in the Atmosphere: Past, Present and Future
Mineral surfaces and organic matter accrual in soils
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Stoichiometric controls of C and N cycling
Flying halfway across the globe to dig in the dirt – a research stay in Bloomington, USA
Picky carnivorous plants?