Terrestrial Ecology Section
The Terrestrial Ecology Section has long expertise in studying interactions between organisms, key processes they control, and their influence on the environment. Individually, we are experts in soil biology, plant ecology, fungal ecology, biogeochemistry, and plant ecophysiology. Together, we can reveal the role of diversity and key organisms controlling the cycling of natural and anthropogenic compounds in ecosystems, and how environmental changes, for example climate change, impact ecosystems.
Research at TE
The section’s research focuses on ecosystem processes, interactions between organisms and ecosystem components, as well as the biodiversity and functioning of soil organisms and plants. Read more
Teaching at TE
The section teaches in courses offered at Bachelor program in Biology and Master program in Biology, especially in the Ecology specialization. In addition, the teachers contribute to some courses in Master program in Climate Change. Read more