Further projects we are invovled in include:
Minirhizotron Phenology and Root Traits
The DFG-funded priority Program 1685 aims at identifying different phosphorus nutrition strategies of forest ecosystems along a gradient of forests with poor to high phosphorus stocks in soils.
The MOisture dynamics and Carbon sequestration in BOReal Soils (MOCABORS) project is hosted at NIBIO, Norway, and working on predictors of soil moisture across a variety of biomes and soil types in Norwegian ecosystems. Our task is improving the soil moisture response functions in soil organc carbon profile models for soils of northern latitudes.
"ATTO" stands for Amazonian Tall Tower Observatory. The German-Brazilian joint project aims at producing long-term monitoring data to improve climate models. We contribute to the determination of carbon residence times of organic matter in soils and vegetation in the Amazon rainforest.