Eingeladen durch Prof Stefan Peiffer
Stable isotopes of water have received more attention in recent years due to new instrumentation techniques. With these techniques we have developed new sampling methods to observe stable isotopes in soil water without complicated and time consuming sample preparation. This allows us to analyze stable isotopes pattern in soils to study the influence of vegetation, soil properties, runoff generation processes and evapotranspiration. These new methods will not only change the way how isotopes are used in experimental hydrology, but also allow us to quantitatively predict water fluxes and transport processes at the soil-vegetation-atmosphere interface.
Diversity and impact of invasive crayfish and crayfish plague: from Czechia to continental scale
A new experiment to unravel the Impact of Biodiversity and Climate Variability on the functioning of grasslands
Anticipating biome shifts