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Michelle Robin
PhD student MPI for Biogeochemistry
Department of Biogeochemical Processes

Room: B1.005
Phone: +49 3641- 576194

Email: mcarneiro@bgc-jena.mpg.de
Street address: Hans-Knöll-Str. 10, 07745 Jena, Germany

Research gate
ORCID


Research Interest
I am interested in understanding the relationships between BVOC emissions, leaf chemical traits, and plant functional traits and ecological strategies of Amazonian tree species

Curriculum Vitae

May/2021 – July/2021 Guest researcher, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry – Jena, Germany
  
September/2020 – April/2021 Research and field assistant, National Institute for Amazonian Research – Manaus (AM), Brazil
  
March/2018 – August/2020 Master of Science in Biology (Ecology), National Institute for Amazonian Research – Manaus (AM), Brazil
  
August/2016 – July/2017 Research Internship, Federal University of Sao Carlos – Sorocaba (SP), Brazil
  
May – August/2014 Research Internship, University of Ottawa – Ottawa (ON), Canada

Publications
European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2019
ROBIN, M.; Alves, E. ; Schietti, J. ; Taylor, T. ; Oliveira, D. ; De Souza, R. A. F. ; Duvoisin, S. ; Behrendt, T. ; Ruecker, A. ; Trumbore, S. .Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound emission patterns in tropical tree species: linking isoprene/monoterpene emission capacity and resource allocation strategies. 2019.

56th Annual meeting of the Association For Tropical Biology and Conservation
Alves, E. ; ROBIN, M. ; Schietti, J. ; Taylor, T. ; Oliveira, D. ; De Souza, R. A. F. ; Duvoisin, S. ; Ruecker, A. ; Trumbore, S. ; Behrendt, T. . Biogenic Volatile Organic Compound emission patterns of two hyperdominant tree species distributed in an environmental gradient in central Amazonia. 2019.

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