Tag Archives: climate change
Text by Lauri Laanisto Ülo and his colleagues – this time mainly from Estonia – have published two subsequent papers in journal Regional Environmental Change. Both deal with more or less similar topic, and both are actually review papers. The … Continue reading
Tomorrow! Guest seminar by Julie E. Gray – March 17, at 14:15, Nooruse 1, first floor auditorium! You are warmly welcome to the seminar by prof. Julie Gray from The University of Sheffield. She will be speaking about her studies … Continue reading
Text by Lauri Laanisto Estonian Research Council´s platform for promoting Estonia as a good place to do research “Research in Estonia” has published a nice article about Ülo and our workgroup. What do we do and why do we do … Continue reading
New paper out – Herbivory by an outbreaking moth increases emissions of biogenic volatiles and leads to enhanced secondary organic aerosol formation capacity
Text from EMU news Our researchers involved in a study demonstrating that enhanced insect herbivory under global change can alter climate Future warmer climates in northern latitudes facilitate dispersal of many insect herbivores and lead to overall greater plant herbivore … Continue reading
EcolChange seminar on December 15 – Does competition between trees modify their response to climate change?
There will be another EcolChange seminar taking place next Thursday. Senior researcher at the applied ecology group of the Department of Botany, Arvo Tullus will talk about the complexities of climate change effects on woody vegetation. Title of the seminar … Continue reading
New paper published – Urban plant physiology: adaptation-mitigation strategies under permanent stress
Text by Lauri Laanisto Continuing with the papers from last year that slipped under the radar. This one did not actually slip sensu stricto. I knew about it and I´ve read it and there was plan to blog about it. … Continue reading
There´s a little article, titled “How do stressed plants affect climate change?” about our ERC grant in the latest ERC yearbook, published in 18th of March. Here is the link.