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 January 27, 2011
 Georg Guggenberger
Institut für Bodenkunde, Bodenchemie, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Mineral control on organic carbon and nitrogen biogeochemistry - the case study Hawaii
 March 17, 2011
 Rolf Siegwolf
Paul Scherrer Institut, Villingen, Schweiz
Tree rings, an archive for environmental changes beyond climate reconstruction.
 April 10, 2011
 Prosenjit Ghosh
Centre for Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
Role of power generation driving CO2 concentration in an urban atmosphere
 April 12, 2011
 Steven L. Voelker
Oregon State University, Department of Wood Science & Engineering
Tree-ring insights on paleoclimate and past forest productivity
 April 14, 2011
 Michael L. Roderick
The Australian National University, Canberra
What do climate models tell us about changes in water availability over land?
 June 01, 2011
 Shaun Levik
GNS Science, New Zealand
Context-dependent ecological processes in African savannas: spatio-temporal insights from three-dimensional remote sensing
 June 29, 2011
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 Clark Weaver
Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology Center (GEST), NASA, Baltimore, USA
Modeling Siberian methane hydrate fluxes & Airborne measurements of CO2 using laser technology
 September 14, 2011
 Chris Williams
Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA
Critical Appraisal of the US Forest Carbon Sink: Inferring Magnitudes and Mechanisms
 September 15, 2011
 Julia Pongratz
Carnegie Institution of Washington, Dep't of Global Ecology, Stanford, USA
Effects of climate change and geoengineering on food security
 September 19, 2011
 Roger Francey
CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia
Atmospheric verification of global anthropogenic CO2 emissions?
 September 22, 2011
 Bernd Marschner
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Spatial and Temporal Variability of Enzyme Activities in a Forest Top- and Subsoil
 September 30, 2011
 Maria Cristina Peñuela Mora
Syracuse University-New York State University & Utrecht University
An integrative knowledge base for Amazon forest conservation
 November 17, 2011
 Andreas Zahn
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
CARIBIC passenger aircraft (2005 - 2011): What we have learnt so far from trace gas distributions in the UTLS
 December 15, 2011
 Alexander Knohl
University of Göttingen
Assessing carbon and water dynamics in the soil-plant-atmosphere system with stable isotopes
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