Esra Sohlström

Doctoral Researcher

Research Interest

 

Anthropogenic climate change and land-use intensification are expected to have strong impacts on the structure of ecological communities and ecosystem processes associated with them. In my PhD project I study the combined effects of climate change and land-use intensification on aboveground invertebrate communities. More specifically, I am working in the Global Change Experimental Facility (GCEF) to investigate how climate change and land-use interactively affect (1) community composition, (2) body-size structure and (3) trophic interactions of aboveground-invertebrate communities in an experimental grassland system.

Short CV

 

Since 2016Doctoral researcher in the Theory in Biodiversity group at the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) Halle-Jena-Leipzig, Germany. 

2013-2015
Master of Science in Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution at the Georg-August-University Göttingen

2010-2013
Bachelor of Science in Biodiversity and Ecology at the Georg-August-University Göttingen

iDiv publications

 

Sohlstrom, E. H., Marian, L., Barnes, A. D., Haneda, N. F., Scheu, S., Rall, B. C., Brose, U., Jochum, M.

(2018):
Applying generalized allometric regressions to predict live body mass of tropical and temperate arthropods Ecology and Evolution 8(24), 12737-49
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Deutscher Platz 5e
04103 Leipzig, Germany

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3.210

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+49 341 9733206
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Affiliation

Friedrich Schiller University Jena

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