Please not that a complete list of GCEF-publications including accepted manuscripts can now be found here!
Yin, R., Siebert, Eisenhauer, N., Schädler, M. (2020): Climate change and intensive land use reduce soil animal biomass via dissimilar pathways. eLife 9: e54749.
Yin, R., Eisenhauer, N., Gruss, I., Schmidt, A., Purahong, W., Siebert, J., Schädler, M. (in press): Climate change does not alter land-use effects on soil fauna communities. Applied Soil Ecology, in press.
Siebert, J., Thakur, M.P., Reitz, T., Schädler, M., Schulz, E., Yin, R. Weigelt, A. & Eisenhauer, N. (2019): Extensive grassland-use sustains high levels of soil biological activity, but does not alleviate detrimental climate change effects. Advances in Ecoogical Research 60: 25-58.
Schädler, M.,, Buscot, F., Klotz, S., Reitz, T., Durka, W., Bumberger, J., Merbach, I., Michalski, S.G., Kirsch, K., Remmler, P., Schulz, E., & Auge, H. (2019): Investigating the consequences of climate change under different land-use regimes - a novel experimental infrastructure. Ecosphere 10:e02635. pdf
Yin, R., Eisenhauer, N., Auge, H., Purahong, W., Schmidt, A., Schädler, M. (2019): Additive effects of experimental climate change and land use on fauna contribution to litter decomposition. Soil Biol Biochem 131: 141-148.
GCEF Status Seminar November 27th 2017
Light addition/fertilization experiment started
(May 19th 2017)
In cooperation with Anu Eskelinen and Stan Harpole from iDiv an experiment testing the role of light competition in mediating the effects of fertilization and sheep grazing on plant diversity under climate cange will be established in May 2017!