Biodiversité, flux et changements globaux


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I am a student in the bachelor program “Natural Resources Management” at Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg. This program, supported by the Institute of Geography and Geosciences and the Institute of Agriculture, connects the environmental compartments water, soil, and plants, and focuses on the sustainable use and protection of these natural resources. 

My bachelor thesis focused on the effect of tree species richness on the spatial and temporal temperature stability of forest microclimate. The microclimate data was collected within the MyDiv experiment, an experimental platform within the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv).

The internship is integrated into a MyDiv project, which investigates litterfall dynamics and is coordinated by Rémy Beugnon and Elisabeth Bönisch. The aim is to test how litter quantity and quality are affected by tree diversity and mycorrhizal type. The object of this internship is to analyze the effect of tree species richness and mycorrhizal type on leaf litter fiber content.