My current research is mainly focused on the controls of the emission of biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOC), especially in the Arctic. I have a broad background in environmental science and ecology, and my interests include processes related to the soil carbon storage, plant-soil interactions, and ecosystem-atmosphere interactions.
A popular science article in Witness the Arctic
There's Something in the Air: Release of Volatiles from Arctic Vegetation Increasing
Copenhagen BVOC group in April 2015
From left to right: Hanna Valolahti, Sophie Sylvest Svendsen, Magnus Kramshøj, Jing Tang, Frida Lindwall, Riikka Rinnan, Peter Horvath, Guy Schurgers, Ida Vedel Petersen, Michelle Schollert, and Marie Flyger.