EnriCo is inviting to its mini conference:
"From Soil to Canopy - Ecosystem functioning in temperate forests"
at Büsgenweg 2, room F02 [and streamed via zoom]
Target audience are faculty members, researchers, and students of our faculty and related ones (biology, agriculture).
Program: Thursday, March 30, 2023
|13:00||Welcome Notes and Introduction|
|13:15||Dr. Sophia Etzold (WSL): “The rhythm of trees - Growth patterns on different temporal scales and implications for climate-smart forests”|
|14:30||Dr. Nadia Barsoum (Forest Research UK): “Forest biodiversity monitoring and ecological condition assessment: Exploring the scope to integrate DNA metabarcoding techniques”|
|15:45||Dr. Emily Lines (University of Cambridge): “The value of high resolution remote sensing for understanding forest functioning”|
|16:45||Reception with snacks and drinks|
Program: Friday, March 31, 2023
Everybody is invited to join. For organizational purposes, please register below.
|9:00||Prof. Andrea Polle (Uni Göttingen): Introduction|
|9:30||Prof. Marie Spohn (SLU): “Cycling of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in forest ecosystems”|
|10:45||Dr. Melanie Brunn (TU Kaiserslautern-Landau): “From canopy to soil - belowground carbon partitioning to root exudates during drought and species mixing”|
|11:45||Conclusions (Prof. Stefan Scheu (Uni Göttingen))|
|12:00||Reception with snacks and drinks|