Welcome at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
Focus on the Earth
Our research is dedicated to the study of global biogeochemical cycles describing the interactions between the biosphere, the atmosphere, the geosphere and the entire climate system. We aim to better understand how living organisms - including humans - exchange basic resources such as water, carbon, nutrients, and energy with their environment and how this affects ecosystems and climate at regional to global scales.
Seminars & colloquia
541, 121094 (2023)Regional variation in deadwood decay of 13 tree species: Effects of climate, soil and forest structure. Forest Ecology and Management
37 (5), e14873 (2023)Spatiotemporal variability of stable isotopes in precipitation and stream water in a high elevation tropical catchment in the Central Andes of Colombia. Hydrological Processes
11 (2023)Is Australia weird? A cross-continental comparison of biological, geological and climatological features. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution