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 January 09, 2018
 Hartmut Boesch
Univ. of Leicester, UK
Greenhouse Gas Remote Sensing from Space: Current Research and Future Perspectives
 January 12, 2018
 Axel Kleidon
MPI-BGC, Biospheric Theory & Modeling
Tracing energy in biogeochemical cycles: A novel perspective on drivers, critical bottlenecks and interactions
 January 18, 2018
 Lucy R. Hutyra
Boston University, USA
Forests, Cities, and the Carbon Cycle
 February 19, 2018
 Ulla Weber
Strategies for gender equality at the Max Planck society
 April 25, 2018
 Martin Bauch
Uni Leipzig/Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe (GWZO)
Past Extreme Events-Reconstruction and Societal Impact: Approaches from Climate History
 May 31, 2018
 Marc F.P. Bierkens
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Global hydrology and Water Resources: review, trends, and directions
 June 13, 2018
 Luis Guanter
Helmholtz Centre Potsdam
Global Monitoring of Terrestrial Chlorophyll Fluorescence from Space: status and challenges
 June 29, 2018
 Michael White
Nature Publishing Group, San Francisco Bay Area, USA
Publishing with Nature: a climate science perspective
 July 18, 2018
  Jeffrey Hawkes
Uppsala University, Sweden
Characterisation of dissolved organic matter in lakes
 August 23, 2018
 Amy Austin
University of Buenos Aires
The role of solar radiation in decomposition and carbon cycling in terrestrial ecosystems: does sunlight matter?
 September 04, 2018
 William Schlesinger
Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY, USA
The global biogeochemical cycle of vanadium
 September 20, 2018
 Emily Solly
University of Zurich
Soil-plant interactions under global change
 September 27, 2018
 Jose Gruenzweig
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Mechanisms of ecosystem functioning in drylands becoming relevant globally in a drying and warming climate
 October 18, 2018
 Kerstin Stahl
Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg, Germany
Hydrological Drought from a headwater perspective: processes, changes and downstream impacts
 November 01, 2018
 Christy Goodale
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Nitrogen fate and effects on ecosystem carbon storage
 November 29, 2018
 Marijn van de Broek
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Modelling subsoil organic carbon, delta13C and 14C using a vertically-resolved, mechanistic model
 December 18, 2018
 Claire Williams
American University, Washington D.C. USA
Why forest pollen is relevant to atmospheric aerosol research at ZOTTO
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