A new paper led by Feng Tian (University of Copenhagen) and Jean-Pierre Wigneron (Inra) and involving two members of the Ecofun team, reveals seasonal dynamics of plant water storage over the globe (using the microwave L-band vegetation optical depth SMOS-IC product) and
Koen Hufkens has finally arrived back in Europe from the US. Koen will be working with the ECOFUN team on the MicroMic project for the next months helping us set-up an experiment for canopy microclimate and phenology measurements.
Our new project MicroMic has officially started. Spent a lovely day in the Ciron valley yesterday identifying trees for phyllosphere sampling. If you are interested about learning more about the Ciron Valley take a few minutes to watch this little
Tania Fort has just started her PhD trying to understand the role of plant phyllosphere communities on drought resistance, leaf function and reproductive success. She already has a very busy program lined up and field work in the Ciron valley
On Monday 11th July, Dr Koen Hufkens from Harvard University will visit the lab and present a seminar in the afternoon titled Vegetation phenology: from the arctic to the tropics. His presentation will be in english and take place in the Salle
Work placement position in ecosystem-atmosphere interactions We are currently looking for a motivated lab assistant to work on an experiment studying how soil and environmental characteristics influence soil microbial community and their gas exchange with the atmosphere. The lab assistant
The European phenology camera network has now an interactive website. Check it out here! And congratulations to all the people who made this happen: Lisa, Christophe, Tovo, Mark, Callum, Steve, Edoardo, Gianluca, Mirco, Tim and Jerome…. and of course all