People

Gutknecht photo 2013

PI: Dr. Jessica LM Gutknecht, I keep the train running.

link to my faculty page

Link to my CV

 

 

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JiJY- lab manager

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Cameron Blake, MS student

Cameron is beginning work on microbial C cycling in boreal peatlands under warming, in association with the DOE funded SPRUCE project.

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Elizabeth Scobbie, undergraduate assistant

Group members from my past working group in Germany:

Jana and Yvi

Jana and Yvonne in the field, credit to Jana for the photo

Yvonne Eckstein, technician
Veronkia Deumlisch, technician (in 2013)

Jana Schmidt, Ph.D. candidate in cooperation with Elke Schulz of the UFZ department of soil ecology and Beate Michalzik of Friedrich Schiller University-Jena.
Microbial biomarkers for the determination of labile versus recalcitrant carbon pool cycling after long-term agricultural management.

 

 

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Zhiqin Pei, Ph.D. candidate in cooperation with François Buscot of the UFZ department of soil ecology.

Microbial community structure and activity in relation to forest biodiversity and litter biodiversity in subtropical China

 

 

 

 

Stefanie Claus, former M.S. student, project technician
Use of microbial inoculants to assist the recovery of former mining soils

Julia Köhler, M.S. student in cooperation with Alexandra Erfmeier and Sabine Both at the Martin Luther University Halle-WIttenburg.
Relationships between above-ground and belowground diversity.

Ricardo Schöps, M.S. student in cooperation with Alexandra Erfmeier at the Martin Luther University Halle-WIttenburg and Christian Wirth and Katerina Pietsch at the Leipzig University.
Microbial activity in coarse woody debris placed across a forest biodiversity gradient.

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