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BECC Cluster Climate, Land Use and Biogeochemical cycles
September 15, 13:00-16:00 Ecology Building, Lund
Program
13.00-15.00 Short (ca 10 minutes) presentations of previously funded activities
How will nutrient cycling of terrestrial ecosystems respond to climate change – a combined
empirical and modelling approach (Lin Yu, CEC, Lund University)
Plant-Soil-Herbivore interactions in a warming Arctic -feedbacks to the carbon cycle (Lena
Ström, Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science, Lund University).
Microbial biodiversity and ecosystem services: a targeted genomic approach to link soil
microbial diversity and carbon sequestration (Dag Ahrén, Department of Biology, Lund
University)
Characterization of organic matter with spectroscopic methods using synchrotron and light
sources (Per Persson, CEC, Lund University)
Linking the nitrogen and carbon cycles - the importance of priming for amino acid turnover
and SOM decomposition (Tobias Rütting, Department of Earth Sciences, University of
Gothenburg)
Ongoing activities at the Skogaryd research facility (Tobias Rütting, Department of Earth
Sciences, University of Gothenburg)
Joint microcosm and computer model experiments to study the impact of priming on soil
carbon and nutrient cycling (Wolfgang Knorr , Department of Physical Geography and
Ecosystem Science, and Per Bengtson, Department of Biology, Lund University )
New links between processes in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, connecting to Multistress
and MAX-lab (Emma Kritzberg, Department of Biology, Lund University)
Developing the conceptual and empirical basis for incorporation of dissolved organic carbon
dynamics in ecosystem models (Martin Berggren and Anneli Poska, Department of Physical
Geography and Ecosystem Science, Lund University)
Linking land-use change to coastal ecosystems in the recent past (Anne Birgitte Nielsen ,
Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science, Lund University)
EnviroSynch (Edith Hammer, Department of Biology, Lund University)
15.00-16.00 Discussion on new BECC projects
Anders Tunlid ([email protected])
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