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 January 14, 2016
 Bernd Marschner
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Organic matter storage and turnover in subsoils: First results from the DFG research unit SUBSOM
 January 21, 2016
 Hans v. Storch
Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Climate science and climate scientists - what can we contribute to the process of determining political goals?
 February 18, 2016
 Felix Morsdorf
Uni Zürich
Laser scanning and vegetation structure - towards physically-based semantics across scales
 February 24, 2016
 Patrick Roberts
MPI-SHH Jena / University of Oxford
Stable isotope analysis in archaeology: an evolving method for an evolving discipline
 March 17, 2016
 Sebastiaan Luyssaert
Forests cool the climate! Do they?
 April 15, 2016
 Tyler Erickson
Google Earth
Scaling Geoscience: Trends, Barriers, and Opportunities
 April 28, 2016
 Alexander Moravek
University of Toronto, Canada
Biosphere-atmosphere exchange of reactive nitrogen species: How small is big enough?
 May 19, 2016
 Henk de Bruin
Wageningen University, Netherlands
Evaporation of well-watered surfaces: the Dalton-Schmidt paradox
 June 10, 2016
 John C. Lin
University of Utah, USA
The Greenhouse Gas-Air Quality Nexus: experiences from the Western U.S.
 July 21, 2016
 Hector M. Alvarez
Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia, Argentina
Engineered bacteria as cell factories for the production of industrial oils: unraveling the lipid-accumulating machinery of Rhodococcus
 August 25, 2016
 Markus Stocker
MARUM - University Bremen
Formal representation of information resulting from data interpretation in scientific investigations
 September 08, 2016
 Ernst-Detlef Schulze
(Schulze group)
Forstwirtschaft im Spannungsfeld zwischen Holzbedarf und Naturschutz
 September 22, 2016
 Hisashi Ozawa
Hiroshima University, Japan
Thermodynamic properties of non-equilibrium phenomena: turbulence, thermal convection and the general circulation
 October 06, 2016
 Martin Heimann
(Heimann department)
An update on the global Methane cycle, and results of the summer 2016 challenge
 October 13, 2016
 Karis McFarlane
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
Terrestrial Carbon Cycling: Insights Gained through Radiocarbon Analysis and Interpretation at SPRUCE, Next Generation Ecosystem Experiments, and AmeriFlux
 November 03, 2016
 Johannes Rousk
Lund University, Sweden
The microbial regulation of soil biogeochemistry: Probing with the environment
 November 09, 2016
 Mark Battle
Bowdoin College, Brunswick
Atmospheric potential oxygen in the equatorial pacific: What we see and what this tells us
 November 17, 2016
 Lorna Street
University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Carbon and nutrient biogeochemistry in a warmer, greener Arctic
 November 24, 2016
 Anatoly Gitelson
University of Nebraska, USA & Israeli Institute of Technology, Israel
Remote estimating biophysical characteristics of C3 and C4 crops: from close range to satellites
 December 07, 2016
 Sean McKenna
Ireland Research Lab, Dublin (IBM)
Mapping the Significance of El Nino/La Nina Impacts on Vegetation Patterns in the Amazon Basin
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