Past research projects involving members of the EECRG can be seen below.
Pollen Chemistry as the Next Generation Tool in Palaeoecological Research - Theory, Methods and Applications
The combined effects of climate and land-use change pose increasing threats to nature and its values and services. LandPress studies how climate and land-use change affects biodiversity and natural resources in Norwegian coastal heathlands.
The role of Functional group interactions in mediating climate change impacts on the Carbon dynamics and Biodiversity of alpine ecosystems (FunCaB)
Legal frameworks for Conservation of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in the Himalaya
Elements in an integrated pest management protocol of the invasive Iberian slug, Arion vulgaris, in agriculture
Interglacials and glacials - natural experiments in biodiversity dynamics
Consider a hypothetical scenario. An extensive area of Andean forest—a major biodiversity hotspot—has been devastated by massive unprecedented storms or has been severely degraded by widespread exploitation, logging, or burning. For effective and sustainable management, planners need answers to...
How to prevent invasion of alien species onto urban hills and coastal heathland ecosystems
Influence of space and the matrix on species richness in Ugandan forest fragments
No‐analogue climates and ecological responses in the past and future
PalaeoDrivers seeks to capitalise on the recent development of methods to test the statistical significance of quantitative palaeoecological reconstructions. This NFR-funded project is led by Dr Richard Telford and employs Mathias Trachsel as a post-doc.
Research infrastructure for high-precision palaeoecological analyses
PAlynological Reconstructions of pAst SOLar radiation
Driving forces in vegetation dynamics – description, causes and consequences
Remote sensing of vegetation memory characteristics across global drylands