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 January 26, 2017
  Juerg Luterbacher
Universitaet Giessen
New insights in European summer temperature variations, trends and extremes since Roman times
 March 09, 2017
 Tanja Sanders
Thuenen Institut fuer Waldoekosysteme
Detecting inter- and intra-species specific climate responses of European tree species
 March 14, 2017
 Paul R. Moorcroft
Harvard University, USA
Remote Sensing of Terrestrial Ecosystems and the Development of a Predictive Science of the Biosphere
 April 06, 2017
 Meinrat O. Andreae
Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz
Treibhausgase und Aerosole: Das Tauziehen ums Klima
 April 13, 2017
 Jingjing Liang
West Virginia University, USA
Exploring biodiversity-productivity relationship using Global Forest Biodiversity Initiative (GFBI) data
 May 18, 2017
 François Buscot
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
Endogenous rhythmic growth, a trait suitable for the study of interplays between multitrophic interactions and tree development
 May 24, 2017
 Steffen Schlueter
Soil Physics, UFZ Halle
Direct measurement of soil structure turnover and its effect on stabilization of soil organic matter
 June 06, 2017
 Pierre-Jean Male
Harvard University, USA
Evolutionary ecology of ant-plant mutualisms in Amazonian rainforest
 June 15, 2017
 Raphael Proulx
Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres, Canada
Living in a world without BEF : No relationship between plant diversity and ecosystem functioning
 August 17, 2017
 Thorsten Dittmar
ICBM Universitaet Oldenburg / MPI Bremen
Explaining a deep-sea paradox: Starving microbes in a sea of dissolved organic substrate
 September 07, 2017
  David Ellsworth
Hawkesbury Institute, Western Sydney University
Phosphorus constraints on plant activity and responses to the future atmosphere: strong control or weak interaction?
 September 28, 2017
 Tom Hengl
ISRIC, International Soil Reference and Information Centre, Wageningen, The Netherlands
Towards hybrid (data / model-driven) spatial and spatiotemporal models for global SOC: opportunities and challenges
 September 28, 2017
 Gaby Katul
Duke University, USA
Evapotranspiration: From kinetic theory to the limits of plant life
 October 23, 2017
 Christian Frankenberg
California Institute of Technology, USA
Using solar induced chlorophyll fluorescence to investigate the global carbon cycle
 November 28, 2017
 Eric Kort
Univ. of Michigan, USA
Using atmospheric observations to study direct and indirect human influences on greenhouse gases
 November 30, 2017
 Jed Kaplan
University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Climate Amplifiers: Biogeochemical and biogeophysical interactions between land and atmosphere in the past, present, and future
 December 04, 2017
 Pierre Gentine
Columbia Univ. NY, USA
Coupling of the terrestrial water and carbon cycles: modeling results, challenges and observational opportunities
 December 06, 2017
 Soenke Zaehle
MPI-BGC, Terrestrial Biosphere Modelling
Testing biogeochemical hypotheses using process-based models and multiple streams of observations
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