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  Information - BG2.4 Terrestrial biogeochemical cycles (and global change) (co-listed in SSS)

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Research of terrestrial biogeochemical cycles aims to develop an understanding of the earth system with its ecological implications. Processes on landscape, ecosystem and global levels are closely interrelated and mutually influence each other. This symposium focuses on the role of soil in terrestrial systems, especially on
- biogeochemical cycles in terrestrial systems, including soil, vegetation and atmosphere
- how ecosystems and biogeochemical cycles interact with changes in climate, land use and diversity,
- paleoclimatological and paleoecological methods, to draw conclusions about the adaptability of organisms in the past and future
- the application of a whole spectrum of techniques, including, inorganic-chemical, biochemical, microscopic and mineralogical analysis, and the use of isotopes.

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