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Lund University, Sweden

Department of Biology

Sölvegatan 37
S-223 62 Lund
Soil Ecology Group

Katarina Hedlund

Professor Katarina Hedlund, coordinator for Soil Service

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Sweden

AgriFood Economics Center

Box 730
S-220 07 Lund

Mark Brady

Professor Mark Brady, Mark.Brady [at] slu.se

I have a PhD in Natural Resource and Environmental Economics from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). My research is focused on developing ecological-economic models of the agricultural sector for policy evaluation. Specifically I am interested in modelling land use change as affected by farmers’ reactions to changes in external drivers and predicting the impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem services at the farm and regional levels.

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Department of Biology

Terrestrisk Økologi
Øster Farimagsgade 2D
1353 København K

Sören Christensen

Professor Sören Christensen, schristensen [at] bio.ku.dk

Research focus: Dynamics of decomposition in the soil system; impact of spatial variability of resources on trace gas activity and on soil organisms. Climate change effects on aboveground-belowground interactions. Soil biodiversity effects on success of invasive microorganisms.

 

Lisa Björnlund

Dr. Lisa Björnlund Post-doc

Research focus: Interaction of bacterivorous protozoa and nematodes involving competition and intraguild predation. Climate change effects on aboveground-belowground interactions. Soil biodiversity effects on success of invasive microorganisms.University of Helsinki, Finland

 

The Netherlands Institute of Ecology, The Netherlands

NIOO-KNAW

Centre for Terrestrial Ecology
P.O. Box 40
6666 ZG Heteren
The Netherlands

Wim van der Putten

Proessor Wim van der Putten, w.vanderputten [at] nioo.knaw.nl, web page

I am head of the department of Terrestrial Ecology at the NIOO-KNAW. In 2003 I became professor at Wageningen University. I am one of the initiators of the NIOO-WUR Centre for Soil Ecology which was established in September 2010.

 

Gera Hol

Dr Gera Hol, g.hol [at] nioo.knaw.nl, web page

I am working as a post-docin Soil Service since 2009. my focus ison the role of soil biodiversity in relation to pests and pathogens. Former projects included functional biodiversity in agriculture and plant-symbiont interactions.

 

Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Alterra

P.O. Box 47
6700 AA Wageningen
The Netherlands

Professor Peter de Ruitr

LIa Hemerik

Associate Professor Lia Hemerik, Lia.Hemerik [at] wur.nl, webpage

My current work focuses on the application of Cox's regression model and modelling population dynamical processes in behavioural ecology, conservation biology, aquatic ecology or soil biology.

The Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen, Germany

IFZ - Department of Animal Ecology

Heinrich-Buff-Ring 26-32
D-35392 Giessen
Germany

Professor Volkmar Wolters

Stefan Hotes

Dr. Stefan Hotes

 

 

 

Biology Centre of the Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Institute of Soil Biology

BC AS CR
Na Sadkach 7
37005 Ceske Budejovice
Czech Republic

Dr. Jan Frouz

The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

School of Biology

Department of Ecology
54006 Thessaloniki
Greece

Stefanos Sgardelis

Dr. Stefanos Sgradelis

Dr. Maria Tsiafouli

 

 

 

Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Department of Biological Sciences

Soil and Ecosystem Ecology
Lancaster LA1 4YQ

Richard Bardgett

Professor Richard Bardgett, r.bardgett [at] lancaster.ac.uk, webpage

My research is broadly concerned with understanding the roles that linkages between aboveground and belowground communities play in regulating the structure and function of terrestrial ecosystems, and the response of ecosystems to global change. Much of my research is currently focussed on understanding the role that linkages between plant and soil communities play in the delivery of ecosystem services, especially soil carbon sequestration and nutrient cycling.

 

Franciska de Vries

Post-doc Franciska de Vries, f.devries [at] lancaster.ac.uk, webpage

I am a highly motivated researcher, who loves to share and discuss results and ideas with others. My research interests are focused on the effects of land use and climate change on soil biodiversity, and subsequently on the effects of changes in soil biodiversity on ecosystem processes. I am particularly interested in how plants and soil microbial communities interact under these changing circumstances, and how this influences ecosystem processes like nutrient and carbon cycling.

University of Reading, United Kingdom

University of Helsinki, Finland

 

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