Ecosystem-Atmosphere Interactions – Rinnan Lab

The Rinnan Lab explores the controls on the exchange of biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) between ecosystems and the atmosphere. We use state-of-the-science techniques for measurement of BVOC emissions from plants, emissions and uptake by soils, and their exchange at the ecosystem scale. We conduct experiments in the laboratory and in the field, predominantly in the arctic environments.

Riikka Rinnan is a professor in the Terrestrial Ecology Section, Department of Biology and a principal investigator at the Center for Permafrost (CENPERM), University of Copenhagen, Denmark. For other group members, scroll down on this page.

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Members

Name Title Phone E-mail
Cleo Lisa Davie-Martin Laboratory manager +45 93 50 92 36 E-mail
Ingvild Ryde Research assistant +45 353-32739 E-mail
Jing Tang +45 353-34606 E-mail
Jolanta Rieksta PhD fellow +45 353-26922 E-mail
Laura Malene Swanson +45 353-37769 E-mail
Magnus Kramshøj Postdoc   E-mail
Nanna Schrøder Baggesen PhD fellow +45 353-37305 E-mail
Riikka Rinnan Professor +45 353-30296 E-mail
Roger Seco Assistant professor +45 353-35341 E-mail
Tao Li Assistant professor +45 353-35974 E-mail
Tihomir Simin PhD fellow +45 353-21034 E-mail
Xiaoya Zhang Visiting PhD Fellow   E-mail

  External members

Name Title
Birgitte Kortegaard Danielsen PhD fellow
Ditte Marie May MSc student
Mikkel Sillesen Matzen MSc student
Rikke Lauge Borchmann MSc student
Reza Wali MSc student

Contact

Professor Riikka Rinnan
Head of Terrestrial Ecology Section
Professor in Ecosystem-Atmosphere Interactions

Terrestrial Ecology Section
Universitetsparken 15
DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark

Email: riikkar@bio.ku.dk
Mobile: +45 51827039

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