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Allgemeine und Theoretische Ökologie

Leitung: Prof. Dr. Juliane Filser

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Basierend auf Langzeitökosystemforschung, Bodenökologie und ökologischer Theorie arbeiten wir an nachhaltigen Lösungen für eine gesunde Umwelt. Hauptarbeitsgebiete sind vorsorgende Umweltgefährdungsabschätzung, Wechselwirkungen von Primärproduzenten mit Bodentieren und deren Einfluss auf den Kohlenstoffkreislauf. Aktuelle größere Forschungsthemen sind Vorhaben zur Umweltverträglichkeit von künstlich hergestellten Nanomaterialien in terrestrischen und aquatischen Ökosystemen und der Einsatz von Biokohle zur Verbesserung der Bodenfruchtbarkeit und Bodengesundheit. Besonderer Fokus liegt zudem auf der kritischen Überprüfung standardisierter Testverfahren zur Umweltverträglichkeit von Nanomaterialien.

 

 

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News

15.11.2021: Dr. Yvonne Sakka has taken up a new challenge after many years with us. Thank you so much for all your excellent work, in particular for your invaluable and selfless support during hard times in 2020. We will miss you badly. All the very best for your future!!!

10.11.2021: Buch: Warnsignal Klima: Boden & LandnutzungIntensive Landwirtschaft und Bodendegradation, Juliane Filser

09.11.2021:Stellenausschreibung Uni Würzburg

21.10.2021: Recently published:Celebrating the work of Early Career Researchers in Soil Science: European Journal of Soil Science.Laura Schnee also speaks in the accompanying video from an online meeting organised by the British Society for Soil Science.

15.10.2021: We are pleased to announce the start of a new project "Mixtox" financed by UBA, the German Federal Environmental Agency. During the next three years we will develop a procedure that allows including potential mixture toxicity effects of contaminants when evaluating contaminated soils.

21.09.2021: Now on YouTube - Public Talk by Juliane Filser in Bremen's "House of Science" (Video 2 - in German)

06.09.2021: Recently published:Potential of the Red Alga Dixoniella grisea for the Production of Additives for Lubricants

 https://doi.org/10.3390/plants10091836

01.08.2021: We welcome Prof. Adriano Sofo from the University of Basilicata, Italy. Financed by DAAD, he will stay with us for two months to continue our cooperation on soil organic matter dynamics in relation to soil management, a follow-up of the COST Action KEYSOM.

15.07.2021: Today our new PhD student Jonas Nelles from RWTH Aachen started his PhD project entitled "Biodiversity under stress: the pitfalls of chemical mixtures in a changing environment". A warm welcome, and good success!

28.04.2021: Recently published: Ion compositions in artificial media control the impact of humic acid on colloidal behaviour, dissolution and speciation of CuO-NP

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.147241

23.04.2021: Nanoparticles, Wastewater and Agriculture - BBC Interview with Juliane Filser will be online on April 23, 2021 from 21:32 onwards (last 5 minutes)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/w3ct1pq8

31.03.2021: Recently published: Use of Deep Learning for structural analysis of CT-images of soil samples - Royal Society Open Science

https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.201275

03.02.2021: Recently published: Bypass and hyperbole in soil science: A perspective from the next generation of soil scientists

https://doi.org/10.1111/ejss.13064

13.01.2021: Recently published: Identification and Speciation of Nanoscale Silver in Complex Solid Matrices by Sequential Extraction Coupled with Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry 

https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.analchem.0c04741                    

05.12.2020: December 05, 2020 is World Soil Day! https://www.uni-bremen.de/uft-oekologie/news

25.11.2020:  Recently published: Soil properties can evoke toxicity of copper oxide nanoparticles towards springtails at low concentrations  https://www.uni-bremen.de/uft-oekologie/publikationen/