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2017-06-22

Job opportunity

Postdoctor position ‘Risk assessment of N and P leaching from forest ecosystems’ at the  Dept. of Biological and Environment Sciences, University of Gothenburg under supervision of Associate Prof. Annemieke Gärdenäs, We are looking for a candidate with competence in biogeochemical modelling and programming. More information about the position and application process can be found at http://www.gu.se/english/about_the_university/job-opportunities/vacancies-details/?id=852.
We welcome applications until 20 August 2017.


2017-06-19

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Field work in FACE experiment with oilseed rape at University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany. How will photosynthesis, growth, and yield respond to elevated CO2?

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2017-05-16

Hindås team 2017

Ozone expert workshop, Hindås, Sweden
Ozone Impacts on Food Security in Rapidly Developing Countries: Concerns and Possible Solutions


2017-03-27

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Johan Uddling – invited speaker at the 2nd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference,
Sitges, Spain

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Håkan Pleijel and Malin Broberg at poster session


2017-02-20

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Field work crew in Nyungwe forest, Rwanda.

 

 

Left: Aloysie measuring leaf morphological traits

Right: Myriam measuring leaf stomatal conductance.


2017-01-20

Congratulations to Doctor Tage Vowles!

 

 

 


2016-12-14

Tage Vowles nailing his thesis entitled “The influence of herbivory on shrub expansion in the Scandes forest-tundra ecotone”

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2016-12-13

Johan Uddling participating in the “luciatåg”

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2016-12-09

Brigitte Nyirambangutse defending her PhD thesis entitled “Carbon and Nutrient Cycling in Afromontane Tropical Forests at Different Successional Stages”

 

 


Bioenv’s Half-time PhD Seminar titled

Understanding the stomata response to CO2 and temperature warming: A physiological and evolutionary approach

By Thomas Berg Hasper, Ph.D. Candidate
Supervisor: Johan Uddling, Ass. Prof.

When: 10th June 2014, 10:30h
Where: Room 6, Botanhuset


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AiroPlant group in EGU 2014, Vienna, Austria

Some members of the AoP group recently attended the Annual EGU General Assembly presenting some of their work.

The different studies presented as posters in different sections were: Congo basin forest carbon dynamics (Brigitte Nyirambangutse and Eric Mirindi Dusenge), CO2 effects on terrestrial biogeochemical fluxes and ecosystem functioning (Angelica Af Ekenstam, Shubhangi Lamba and Thomas B. Hasper) and Megacities: air quality and climate impacts from local and global scales (Maria Grundström).

Some highlights of the conference:

 

 

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In the news: Johan Uddling was on Vetenskapsradion this morning (read and listen here). The reason was to discuss a Nature article released today by Reyes-Fox et al., about elevated CO2 extending the growing season in the fall by about a week in a grassland experiment.

Enjoy the listening and reading!

Date: 24 April 2014


In the news: CO2 and ozone affect wheat’s nutritional quality

by Håkan Pleijel and Johan Uddling

Predicting the effects of changing levels of atmospheric gases on agricultural crops is vital to ensuring food security under global environmental change. As well as yield, impacts on the nutritional value of crops must be considered. A new study has now shown that increased ozone decreases yields and increases the proportion of protein in the grain. Conversly, elevated levels of CO2 boosts wheat yields, but it also reduces protein proportion in two different ways.

Read the article in:

http://ec.europa.eu/environment/integration/research/newsalert/archive_yr/archive2013.htm or pdf

Published in:
Science for Environment Policy, 14 March 2013 (Issue 321), CO2 and ozone affect wheat’s nutritional quality, European Commission DG Environment News Alert Service.


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