Two weeks ago I traveled to Hyytiälä, a fabulous field station 3 h north of Helsinki (Finland). The aim was to meet with about 30 other researchers, at first sight first sight, the group appeared quite heterogeneous, you could find
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.
John Marshall from SLU in Sweden spends a few days in Bordeaux and visits the ECOFUN lab to discuss laser spectrometers and mesophyll conductance amongst other many other things. John has also sent us some lovely soils and moss from
Just finished preparing the last of the soil kits for the sampling of carbonic anhydrase activity and soil microbial community as part of the ERC SOLCA project. We have had a great response from sites across Europe willing to sample
Lisa was invited to the ETH in Zurich to talk about the ERC SOLCA project and learn more about the research being conducted in Zurich. It was also a lovely opportunity to catch up with Prof. Nina Buchmann who has
Matthias visits the ECOFUN team to work on some global runs with his model MECBETH as part of the SOLCA project. Basically Jerome, Matthias and Thomas spent many hours together in a small room like this until they had produced
After an intense few days discussing soil microbial COS and CO18O exchange the ECOFUN team treat their guests to a night out in the beautiful Chartrons area of Bordeaux.
We are really pleased to welcome Ana and Noelia to the ECOFUN team for the next few months. They will be helping us on the SOLCA project extracting soil waters and assessing microbial biomass on soils coming in from all
Laura Meredith from the University of Arizona will pay the ECOFUN team a visit after a bout of recent fieldwork in the Amazon basin. Laura will kindly give a seminar on her research on Wednesday 24th June at 14:00 titled: Microbe-mediated
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