Programme 2019 – Day 2

  • (90 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Topic session 5

    Biodiversity and the Functioning of Ecosystems

  • (90 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Topic session 6

    Data – New Tools, New Codes, New Prospects

  • (20 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Session keynote

    Alexandra Weigelt

    Mechanisms driving BEF relationships in plant rootse

  • (20 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Session keynote

    Joachim Denzler

    Data Science for automatic monitoring in biodiversity research

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Thomas Hornick

    Linking ecosystem functioning with high-throughput pollen diversity and pollen trait monitoring

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Eduardo Arlé

    bRacatus: An R platform to estimate the accuracy and biogeographical status of point-occurrence records

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Kathry Barry

    SimNet – A collaborative network of modelers to better understand how community assembly influences ecosystem functioning

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Steffen Ehrmann

    Mapping global land-use patterns and recent historical changes

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Fons van der Plas

    Predicting multiple ecosystem functions from plant traits: holy grail or mission impossible?

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Rico Fischer

    The relevance of forest structure for biomass estimations in temperate forests – New perspectives for remote sensing

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Georg Albert

    Joined effects of niche and trophic complexity on ecosystem functioning

  • (10 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Felicitas Löffler

    How to increase dataset findability in Google? Enriching BEXIS 2 data with schema.org entities

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Take a breath

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Take a breath

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Ana Antunes

    Future vertebrate food webs and ecosystem services under a climate and land-use change scenario

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Ruben Remelgado

    Macroecology and Society: First Steps of a Big Data Challenge

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Maria Felipe-Lucia

    Land-use intensification alters the structure of biodiversity-functioning-services networks

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Petr Keil

    Z-scores unite >70 pairwise indices of ecological similarity and association

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Rémy Beugnon

    Effects of tree functional dissimilarity on soil community composition and functions

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Alexander Zizka

    A global red list of orchids stresses the reliability of automated conservation assessment to identify threatened species

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Gemma Rutten

    Mycobiome assembly along tree richness gradients across various systems

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Friederike Klan

    Open data kit goes semantic – A contribution to the interpretability and interoperability of field data

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Discussion after the speed talks

  • (5 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Discussion after the speed talks

  • (15 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Posters

    Karl Andraczek: Will “Insect Armageddon” affect litter decomposability in grasslands?
    Linnea Smith: Patterns and drivers of soil respiration across European land-use types
    Susanne Marr: Secondary Metabolite Profiles are Ídentifying Grassland Plant Species Across Seasonal and Community Dynamics
    Xuanlong Ma: Integrating new optical and radar satellites for remote sensing of plant functional diversity
    Lena Kretz: From the leaf scale to the floodplain: Effects of herbaceous vegetation structure on sediment retention
    Constantinos Xenophontos: Phylogenetic and functional dissimilarity have contrasting effects on the ecological functioning of synthetic bacterial communities
    Maria Perles-Garcia: Spatio-temporal dynamics of individual-tree crown plasticity as affected by local neighbourhood interaction in BEF-China
    Felix Gottschall: Tree species identity determines wood decomposition via microclimatic effects
    Josephine Ulrich: Invertebrate decline affects plant species abundance and phenology
    Carla Klusmann: Does plant diversity ameliorate abiotic stress from soil compaction?

  • (15 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Posters

    Tobias Meißner: What is the surface of a tree? Understanding branch surface to volume allometry using terrestrial laser scanning
    Matheus Colli-Silva: Cacao relatives reveal the effect of documentation bias on spatial patterns and conservation assessment in South America
    Matthias Körschens: Deep learning approaches for automatic analysis of plant species and coverage determination
    Samuel Sheeba: Provenance management in BEXIS 2
    Andreas Ostrowski: Beyond pure data management: research supporting software tools for BEXIS 2
    Pawanddeep Kaur: Towards a knowledge base based visualization recommendation approach for biodiversity Data
    Alsayed Algergawy: OMICs data management in AquaDiva
    Christopher Hutengs: Rapid characterisation of soil biomass and soil physicochemical properties with vis-NIR and mid-IR diffuse reflectance spectroscopy
    Jhonathan Contreras: Automatically estimating forestal characteristics in 3D point clouds using deep learning

    Demonstration

    Reed Anderson: Use a smartphone to capture 3D representations of grasslands

  • (30 minutes) Foyer

    Coffee break

  • (60 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Keynote lecture (remote) by Catherine Potvin

    Forests and climate: Walking the road together

  • (90 minutes) Foyer

    Lunch

  • (90 minutes) Foyer

    Demonstration and poster session

  • (60 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Marketplace session

    Synthesis

  • (60 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Workshop

    HyeJin Kim

    Integrated modelling for multi-scale nature futures

  • (60 minutes) Lecture hall 1CD

    Workshop

    Xuanlong Ma

    Trait and more: What functional aspect of plant diversity can we remotely sense?

  • (15 minutes) Foyer

    Coffee break

  • (15 minutes) Lecture hall 1AB

    Plenary and awards


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