A few years ago, I was writing an application to come and join the EcoFun team in the middle of a gas-exchange measurement campaign. The trees had flushed right before we started the campaign and on the first day of
Sam’s new paper “non-destructive estimates of soil carbonic anhydrase activity and associated soil water oxygen isotope composition” is now published in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. In this paper, we present a non-destructive method to retrieve simultaneously the soil carbonic anhydrase activity and
A new paper led by Samuel Jones is currently under review in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences discussion. In this paper, we present a non-destructive method to retrieve simultaneously the soil carbonic anhydrase activity and the oxygen isotopic composition of soil water that interacts
Bordeaux seems to be an attractive location to work if your name is Noelia. However, it does make lab life a little complicated. This picture should help everyone identify which Noelia we are talking about.
Our smiley Noelia will soon be heading North to Sweden for her first boreal winter⛄️ Noelia will start a PhD in SLU partitioning the hydrological budget of a boreal catchment. We will miss her in the lab playing with Medusa
Noelia defended her thesis “Effects of ontogeny and water stress on stomatal regulation on different plant functional types”. Her findings highlight that carbon uptake per unit of water spent is lower on younger leaves on evergreen species with “expensive” long-lived
Noelia Saavedra has just arrived in our group to do a MSc internship with Teresa and Lisa. She will be studying the “effects of ontogeny and water stress on stomatal regulation on different plant functional types” typical of the Aquitaine region. Welcome!