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MultiCrossBEF (Cooperation project)
#Animals  #Soil biology & Element cycling  #Plants  #Ecosystem function of biodiversity  #2023 – 2026  #Multifunctionality […]
Picture: The macro photo shows a piece of grey-brown soil aggregate with artificially added long red filamentous microplastic fibres in front of a black background.
BEMPL (Contributing project)
#Microorganisms & Fungi  #2023 – 2026  #2020 – 2023  #Land use […]
Picture: The photo shows a slightly hilly landscape in summer under a blue sky. In the front left of the picture there are high bushes, a tree and a field path that turns to the left further back. From the middle to the right to the edge of the picture there is a field with beige-coloured ears of grain. Behind the field there is a mown meadow with short green grass on a slightly rising hill. On the left of the meadow there is a fenced climate measuring station. On the right of the meadow there is an unmown experimental area with tall brown and green grass. Behind the meadow there is a dense row of deciduous trees running through the picture.
SPRINT (Contributing project)
#Animals  #2020 – 2023  #Grassland […]
Picture: The photo shows an earthworm and a horn mite on the forest floor.
LitterLinks (Contributing project)
#Animals  #Soil biology & Element cycling  #2020 – 2023  #Litter […]
Picture: The collage includes sixteen photographs of soil-dwelling Acari and Collembola taken from a micro-arthropod sample from the Biodiversity Exploratory Greenlands.
RESOILIENCE (Contributing project)
#Animals  #2020 – 2023  #2017 – 2020  #Microbial community […]
Picture: The collage contains six photographs of steps in molecular analyses in a laboratory, performed by a scientist. Photo 1 shows a sample standardization device. Photo 2 shows the scientist working on a polymerase chain reaction device. Photo 3 shows the scientist using an electronic pipette to fill a sample into a micro-reaction tube. Photo 4 shows an Illumina MiSeq sequencer. Photo 5 shows the scientist working on a bioinformatics quality control device. Photo 6 shows the scientist at a desk in front of a computer making inputs for assignment.
Microorganisms (Core project)
#Microorganisms & Fungi  #2017 – 2020  #Nitrogen cycle […]
Picture: The photo shows a hand in a turquoise glove lifting a piece of soil between meadow grass. The thickness of the piece of soil is estimated at ten to fifteen centimetres.
SCALEMIC (Contributing project)
#Microorganisms & Fungi  #2014 – 2017  #Soil […]
Picture: The collage contains six photographs of steps in molecular analyses in a laboratory, performed by a scientist. Photo 1 shows a sample standardization device. Photo 2 shows the scientist working on a polymerase chain reaction device. Photo 3 shows the scientist using an electronic pipette to fill a sample into a micro-reaction tube. Photo 4 shows an Illumina MiSeq sequencer. Photo 5 shows the scientist working on a bioinformatics quality control device. Photo 6 shows the scientist at a desk in front of a computer making inputs for assignment.
Microorganisms (Core project)
#Microorganisms & Fungi  #2014 – 2017  #Nitrogen cycle […]
Picture: The photo shows an earthworm and a horn mite on the forest floor.
LitterLinks (Contributing project)
#Animals  #Soil biology & Element cycling  #2014 – 2017  #Litter […]
Picture: The photo shows a hand in a turquoise glove lifting a piece of soil between meadow grass. The thickness of the piece of soil is estimated at ten to fifteen centimetres.
SCALEMIC (Contributing project)
#Microorganisms & Fungi  #2011 – 2014  #Soil […]
Picture: The photo shows a close-up of a centipede on a brown leaf.
LitterLinks (Contributing project)
#Animals  #Soil biology & Element cycling  #2011 – 2014  #2008 – 2011  #Litter […]
Picture: The photo shows a springtail on the forest floor.
LitterLinks (Contributing project)
#Animals  #Soil biology & Element cycling  #2017 – 2020  #Litter […]
Picture: The photo shows a hand in a turquoise glove lifting a piece of soil between meadow grass. The thickness of the piece of soil is estimated at ten to fifteen centimetres.
SCALEMIC (Contributing project)
#Microorganisms & Fungi  #2008 – 2011  #Soil […]
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