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 January 27, 2015
 Sergey Zimov
Northeast Science Station, Cherskii, Russia
The Wild Field Manifest
 January 30, 2015
 Dave Schimel
JPL, California Institute of Technology, USA
 February 05, 2015
 1) Jörg Müller 2) Dominik Hessenmüller 3) Bernhard Zeiss
1) NP Bayrischer Wald 2)3) Thüringen Forst
1) Die Situation von Jagd und Wald in Bayern
2) Jagd bei Thüringen Forst - Grundsätze, Ziele, Herausforderungen
3) Regulation von Wildbeständen aus Sicht eines Praktikers
 March 05, 2015
 Alexander Brenning
Department of Geography, FSU Jena
Modeling and Mapping Earth Surface Processes using Statistical and Machine Learning Techniques
 March 26, 2015
 Victor Brovkin
MPI for Meteorology, Hamburg
Comparative carbon cycle dynamics of past and present interglacials

Martin Stendel
Danish Meteorological Institute, Copenhagen, DK
Subsea climate modelling - challenges and first results
 April 20, 2015
 Bruce Hungate & Paul Dijkstra
Center for Ecosystem Science and Society, Northern Arizona University
Frontiers in Microbial Ecology
 April 23, 2015
 Sander Houweling
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Van Ruidael perspectives on the global carbon cycle
 May 07, 2015
 Anna Michalak
Carnegie Institution for Science, Stanford, US
A bird´s eye view of the carbon cycle: Using the atmosphere to inform processes at the land surface
 May 13, 2015
 Uwe Rascher
Ecosystem Dynamics, FZ Julich
Mapping and understanding sun-induced fluorescence: a remote sensing approach to quantify spatio-temporal dynamics of vegetation stress and photosynthesis
 May 22, 2015
 Michael Coe & Marcia Macedo
Woods Hole Research Center, MA, USA
Regional climatic consequences of deforestation and forest degradation in the Amazon agricultural frontier
 June 05, 2015
 Corinne Le Quéré
University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
Understanding trends in the global carbon cycle and researchers` emission trajectory
 June 16, 2015
 Heather Graven
Imperial College London, UK
Radiocarbon as a carbon cycle tracer in the 21st century
 June 18, 2015
 Catalina Gonzalez-Arango
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Costal Ecosystems as Indicators of Climate Change in the Neotropics
 June 22, 2015
 Andrew S. Kowalski
Department of Applied Physics of the University of Granada (Spain)
Greenhouse gas exchanges in SE Spain: general research program and identification of physical mechanisms
 July 02, 2015
 Alessandro Cescatti
EU-Joint Research Center; Ispra, Italy
Detection and interpretation of emerging biogeochemical signals in the terrestrial biosphere
 July 08, 2015
 Joel E. Kostka
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Toward a predictive understanding of the response of belowground microbial carbon turnover to climate change drivers in a boreal peatland
 July 09, 2015
 Arlyn Andrews
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Colorado, USA
CarbonTracker-Lagrange: A framework for Greenhouse Gas Flux Estimation at Regional to Continental Scales
 July 14, 2015
 Jakob Magid
University of Copenhagen, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences
Assessing the effects of organic waste application on soil quality with special emphasis on organic carbon: Insights from the Crucial long-term field experiment
 July 30, 2015
 Anton Pyzhev
Who Captures the Rent of Russian Forests? Evidence from Timber Auctions
Siberian Federal University Krasnoyarsk, Russia
 August 27, 2015
 Robert Wielgosz
Bureau International des Poids et Mesures Pavillon de Breteuil
Gas Standards and Metrology for Greenhouse Gas and Air Quality Monitoring
 August 28, 2015
 Christian Messier
Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Advancing biodiversity – ecosystem functioning (BEF) science using an international network of high-density tree-based experiments (IDENT)
 October 29, 2015
 Mark Lawrence
Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, IASS, Potsdam
Air Quality and Climate Change in the Context of Regional and Global Sustainable Development
 November 19, 2015
 Holger Lange
Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, As, Norway
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