We congratulate her and wish her all the best for the future
Together with other colleagues, we will measures CO2 outgassing from dry river beds with and without vegetation.
Is phosphorus uptake coupled to organic carbon availability? And how do algae change this? Our uptake flume experiments in our RIBUST project have started.
Ein Radiolkolleg in Ö1 mit Beiträgen von Verena Winiwarter, Hubert Holzmann und Gabriele Weigelhofer zum Thema Wasser vom 1.-4. Februar 2021
From the idea to the project – our workshop about proposal writing had to be held online, but this did not keep us from interesting discussions.
While usually framed by nice group activities (hiking, snowball fight, bowling, canoeing, …), Covid forced us to keep our distance on our retreat this year. So, a lot of time to concentrate on future projects and publications. But barbecue and hike will follow!
2020 was the year of paper writing! We have published 24 papers and there are more which have already been submitted. Visit our publication page and enjoy reading.
We congratulate Tz-Ching Yeh for finishing her PhD on „Effects of Extreme Events on Aquatic Organic Matter Dynamics“ at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)
in November 2020. You can find her papers in the publication list of our website. Enjoy reading
Our article „Dissolved Organic Matter Quality and Biofilm Composition Affect Microbial Organic Matter Uptake in Stream Flumes“ has been published in Water as part of the Special Issue „Transformation of Dissolved Organic Matter in Aquatic Landscapes“ and is
PDF Version: https://www.mdpi.com/2073-4441/12/11/3246/pdf
We have recently bought a portable LI-COR instruments for field measurements of CO2 and CH4 in both aquatic and terrestrial systems.